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  1. #1 "Does our president's skin color repeal our right to disagree with government?" 
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    Fantastic quote from American Thinker article:

    The Beat Goes On: Opposing Obama Is Racist
    By Lloyd Marcus
    http://americanthinker.com/2014/04/t...is_racist.html

    ...It is stunning that reporters cannot see the absurdity and racism against white voters in their assumption that Tea Party membership (pushback against Obama's agenda) equals racism.

    For the first time in U.S. history, are Americans required to submit to their president's agenda or suffer the mainstream media and Democratic party branding an R on their forehead for racist? Does our president's skin color repeal our right to disagree with government?

    The MSM and Democratic Party declaring all opposition to Obama's agenda racist is a despicable divisive tactic. They are exploiting Obama's skin color to further their socialist/progressive agenda (full-court press hostile government takeover of our lives).

    Another question repeatedly asked by reporters is, “If the Tea Party is not racist, why are its members mostly white?” I reply, “Could it be that a majority of black voters are ill-informed, clueless, and/or racist? Why are you making the Tea Party responsible for blacks not showing up?”...
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    The difference between pigs and people is that when they tell you you're cured it isn't a good thing.
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    Short answer, no. Long answer, no.
    The Obama Administration: Deny. Deflect. Blame.
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    It's not like criticism of the President has ceased because we have a black President.
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    Quote Originally Posted by noonwitch View Post
    It's not like criticism of the President has ceased because we have a black President.
    It has among liberals and mainstream media for the most part, there is nothing but a trickle. Dissent is forbidden.
    The difference between pigs and people is that when they tell you you're cured it isn't a good thing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by noonwitch View Post
    It's not like criticism of the President has ceased because we have a black President.
    Unless, of course, you are talking about the press (Exclusive of talk radio and Fox News).
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    Quote Originally Posted by noonwitch View Post
    It's not like criticism of the President has ceased because we have a black President.
    Private criticism, no. Public criticism, however, is under attack. Harry Reid and the Democrat leadership have made it clear in the media that criticizing Obama's policies is racism. Meanwhile, the Obama White House has been so controlling of the press, that major press outlets are actually afraid to cross Obama for fear of losing access:



    (Add this, by the way to the wiretapping of AP by Obama's people.)

    The message coming from all Democrat venues is that if you criticize Obama's policies, you will either be shut out (journalists) or vilified as a "racist" (everyone else).

    Remember that even the Soviet Union had private criticism of politicians. It was when you made it public that you got punished.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DumbAss Tanker View Post
    Unless, of course, you are talking about the press (Exclusive of talk radio and Fox News).


    It's not illegal to criticize him, or Sean Hannity/Bill O'Reilly/Glenn Beck etc would all be incarcerated.
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    Quote Originally Posted by noonwitch View Post
    It's not illegal to criticize him, or Sean Hannity/Bill O'Reilly/Glenn Beck etc would all be incarcerated.
    It may not be illegal but if you are a public person it will insure you harassment by the IRS,DOJ,FDA,DEA,DOE,DOT, etc............................................... .........
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    Quote Originally Posted by noonwitch View Post
    It's not illegal to criticize him, or Sean Hannity/Bill O'Reilly/Glenn Beck etc would all be incarcerated.
    Once again, red herring. It's not illegal to support a California proposition, but the homosexual activists can make sure you lose your job if you support the "wrong" one. (Cough, Firefox, cough.)

    And God forbid if you put up an anti-Islam video on youtube the same week that the WH sits on its hands and lets an ambassador and other embassy personnel be killed. You will be arrested by a White House desperate for a cover story on charges that have nothing to do with the film. But regardless of the real reasons behind your arrest, the impression will be that you were arrested for the video, despite your First Amendment protections.

    This is how this WH rolls. If they want to chill your First Amendment rights, they will do it, but they won't touch the letter of the law. This way, they don't get a massive protest, but they succeed in promoting self-censorship anyway.
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