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How do you feel about a Black President?
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how do you feel about having a black president?
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BETTER GET USED TO IT BITCHES!
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He's not full black.
I don't know what he will really do.
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As long as they provide more jobs that I can get into without asking my nationality/ethnicity [as they proclaim it's only a survey], either president is fine(?) with me.

If Caucasian are first and Blacks are semi-first/second....
Is asian community in the US a third-class citizens?

I'm surprised I did not see any commercial about asians.
Last election, there was a commercial about asians' votes count.


This might take longer......... [pride]
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Man Obama is at 335 and Mccain 128 blow out lol I just want to watch fox all day untill I see sean hannity. But really Mccain gave a good speech even though his ignorant supporters still booing Mccain was very mature so I respect him for that.
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Man Obama is at 335 and Mccain 128 blow out lol I just want to watch fox all day untill I see sean hannity. But really Mccain gave a good speech even though his ignorant supporters still booing Mccain was very mature so I respect him for that.


Seriously, what are his supporters, that ignorant they can't just let bygones be bygones and except him honorably? How petty is it to boo at the mention of your opponents name? (I'm talking about the supporters of course, McCain did the right thing)
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'I did not Like the two parties there both dumb asses. Thats why I voted Ron Paul he had a brain, and had a plan to fix are economy and fix are forun relations. ' So You can say I am tired of america and there shallow fake freedoms. The voting was nothing more than a farce. I thinking most Americans are as stupid as the other countries are lead to believe.
Posted 11/4/08
no big deal, came at no surprise (it was a lock after the bailout).

don't expect any productive change.
just another politician.
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I accept that Obama won, and I pray for the man. I will respect him but will never agree with his stance on abortion and ethical issues. I never trusted McCain, my vote went to Palin, who I hope runs in 2012! As a Christian my citizenship and loyalty is to the Kingdom of God first, and America second. God is in control, and He knew that Obama has been appointed as our leader, and He has a purpose and plan for it too (this does not mean that God views Obama's morals as right, and sometimes leaders were appointed to bring judgment or to wake up Christians) I hope that Christians wake up form this and become politically involved and spiritually involved. I feel having a black president shouldn't be a problem, I am not ok with Obama's policies, but I would be happy with Condeliza Rice as president. Skin color and race don't matter, it's the brains and heart that do.
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drizza wrote:

Man Obama is at 335 and Mccain 128 blow out lol I just want to watch fox all day untill I see sean hannity. But really Mccain gave a good speech even though his ignorant supporters still booing Mccain was very mature so I respect him for that.


yeah, karl rove had basically predicted those blowout numbers (no surprise at all here).
mccain kinda deserved the booing. he was too kind to obama (not just in that speech, but during the entire election). but i couldn't see any republican winning (except my first pick romney `mr economy`) in this anti-bush political environment.

2012:
romney/palin/jindal
mix - match


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digs wrote:

I accept that Obama won, and I pray for the man. I will respect him but will never agree with his stance on abortion and ethical issues. I never trusted McCain, my vote went to Palin, who I hope runs in 2012!


Strange that i am agreeing on you on the high possibility of Palin running for 2012. This way woman voters have more choice between Hillary Clinton or Sarah Palin, a step forward for woman,
Of course it is possible that Obama might do an amazing job that he will continue running past 2012.

Congratulations Obama on your victory. Its ok McCain, you came down fighting till the very end.
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It doesn't matter what color he is. People need to grow up and hope that he does what is best for the country. Nobody knows what he is going to do yet. Let's wait and see. I am at least happy that in the future that my kids one day won't have to be drafted and sent to Iraq. There is too much pride in everyone's own race, you can't control what other people of your race do, have pride in yourself. If somebody of my race does good or bad what does that have to do with me? If someone is stupid enough to judge me by that then maybe they need to check theirself.
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Obama made a very good speech like I said he is a very powerfull speaker. Hopefully America can put away many of our differences rather it be race, religion, male, female, dem, repubs we are one country we need to act like it. We need to set an example for the world and I believe this is the first step. Now Obama has a huge duty now that idiot Bush who didnt give a shit about Americans who got us into this hole through lies and deception. Obama I hope you change policy and become this great figure you portray to be. Please prove me wrong.
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To me it has nothing to do with the fact he is black but that fact he was the better candidate in my opinion. And we need change. His speech just was wow had me repeating Yes we can "Si se puete!!!" People we are the United States of America lets show that know matter if the candidate you chose didn't win that we are a united people. I'm just so overwhelmed with happiness and can't wait for CHANGE for the better.
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