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    I looked at the pic on the link.
    Which one was Obama?:D
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    Quote Originally Posted by Madisonian View Post
    I looked at the pic on the link.
    Which one was Obama?:D
    The one that looked like Ape - but with bigger ears. ;)
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    Quote Originally Posted by pyackog View Post
    Honestly, I have no problem believing there might be some racist motivation behind that picture, especially after reading about her sending out the pic with the WH with a watermelon patch in front of it too.

    However, the DUmp lost their right to complain about chimp pics years ago. "Wells when we did it, it was because he was REALLY chimp like, blah, blah, blah." Bullshit.

    Clearly there is a difference. We don't have a history of portraying white, Episcopalian males as lower life forms as a group. The attack on Bush was an attack on Bush, whereas a racial reference to Obama is an insult to all black people.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Novaheart View Post
    Clearly there is a difference. We don't have a history of portraying white, Episcopalian males as lower life forms as a group. The attack on Bush was an attack on Bush, whereas a racial reference to Obama is an insult to all black people.
    Why is it automatically a racial reference and not just a reference to his big ears?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Novaheart View Post
    Clearly there is a difference. We don't have a history of portraying white, Episcopalian males as lower life forms as a group. The attack on Bush was an attack on Bush, whereas a racial reference to Obama is an insult to all black people.
    Ha ! That was funny!

    Can we make fun of the half white part of the 0bumble?! I mean a failure is a failure....right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Novaheart View Post
    Clearly there is a difference. We don't have a history of portraying white, Episcopalian males as lower life forms as a group. The attack on Bush was an attack on Bush, whereas a racial reference to Obama is an insult to all black people.
    Obama calling himself black when he is half white or more technically correct, mulatto, is an insult to all black people as well.
    But let's not let nuance get it the way of a good poutrage.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Madisonian View Post
    Obama calling himself black when he is half white or more technically correct, mulatto, is an insult to all black people as well.
    But let's not let nuance get it the way of a good poutrage.
    It's not poutrage and it's not about Obama's feelings or identity per se. It's about how black people see him, and most of them see him as black... so a monkey insult to him is a monkey insult to all.

    Get serious or get stupid, it costs me nothing either way, but you know this is true. You can't say "Well sauce for the goose is sauce for the gander ...." unless you are talking about a similarly irrelevant difference. Calling a white person a chimp or a baboon is not the same thing as calling a black person a chimp or a baboon... it just isn't.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Novaheart View Post
    It's not poutrage and it's not about Obama's feelings or identity per se. It's about how black people see him, and most of them see him as black... so a monkey insult to him is a monkey insult to all.

    Get serious or get stupid, it costs me nothing either way, but you know this is true. You can't say "Well sauce for the goose is sauce for the gander ...." unless you are talking about a similarly irrelevant difference. Calling a white person a chimp or a baboon is not the same thing as calling a black person a chimp or a baboon... it just isn't.
    Sorry blacks dont have the right to say what I can or cant call the magic negro. If you dont want anyone to call the magic negro "chimp" dont call others chimp. Its that simple.
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    Another case where they're allowed to do something that they want to prohibit us from doing. The left can use the N word - we cannot. The left can call the president a chimp - we cannot. The left can call someones intelligence into question - we cannot.
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    So in your liberal mind, this was ok...






    But this is an outrage:


    Um, ok. And to tell the truth, I could care less how blacks "look" at him, he, like many others(Halle Berry comes to mind) are black by convenience. Especially considering that Obama was raised by his white mother and white grandparents(you know, the "typical white" grandmother). That makes it worse. In fact, the guy goes out of his way to ignore that he is 50% white.
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