Obama Plays Race Card, Calls on Churches to Support Campaign

KRSOne

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Paul Joseph Watson
Infowars.com

Friday, February 24, 2012
Imagine if Ron Paul announced a national campaign called ‘Whites for Ron Paul’ – he’d be vilified as a racist. And yet Barack Obama has done the equivalent of precisely that with his launch of ‘African Americans for Obama’.


The program urges black Americans to volunteer their time by making calls, organizing events and going door to door in their neighborhoods encouraging other African Americans to vote for Obama.
Not only is Obama playing the race card in an attempt to pressure black Americans into voting for him, he is also violating the separation between church and state. In the video promo for the campaign, Obama urges black people to pressure churches into supporting his administration by getting his message out via “the faith community”. He also calls on voters to become “congregation captains”.​
Again, imagine what the reaction would be any of the Republican candidates launched a ‘Whites for Romney’, ‘Whites for Santorum’ or ‘Whites for Gingrich’ campaign. There would be non-stop uproar. But

Obama does the equivalent and gets a free pass.​
“I thought race didn’t matter Mr. President?” asks Chad Hasty. “I don’t think MLK would be too pleased with you at all. African-Americans for Obama? Give me a break. Under this President, more blacks are unemployed. More blacks are on food stamps. If I had to bet though, Obama will still pull 93% of the black vote. Again, just a wild guess.”​
As part of his efforts to lock down the black community as a voting bloc, Obama has arrived in Florida accompanied by an invasion of rappers and NBA basketball stars – all at taxpayer expense.​


“The group — which organizers said includes Magic Johnson, Alonzo Mourning and NBA Commissioner David Stern — will meet with President Obama for a $30,000-a-plate fundraiser at the (actual) home court of Dallas Mavericks guard Vince Carter in his Isleworth mansion,” reports the Orlando Sentinel.​
The expensive fundraising trip is timed to coincide with Sunday’s 61st NBA All-Star Game at Orlando’s Amway Center.​


An expensive new basketball shoe launched to capitalize on the event caused mayhem at a Florida mall last night. Riot police were called after crowds attempted to rush into a branch of Foot Locker to purchase the shoe before closing time.​


Does Obama really need to campaign for the black vote?​
 

fletcher

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A politician stumping to his constituency. What a shock. I really enjoyed the "violation of church and state" bit when he asks people to come together with their "faith community" when the Republicans are trotting out some of the most ultra religious candidates I think I have ever seen. Enough with the inflammatory babble, this is a non issue.
 

d0uche_n0zzle

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Did you actually expect the half-a-jig to get a real job? "whaa"
 

kidconnor

55gallon hog
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The African American religious group is a powerful group to have. Calling it African americans for Obama is blatant but at least spells out what it really is. And whites for anyboy wouldn't stand a chance.

The more these candidates do to to attract different votes, which is what politics and campaigning is, the more disgusted and less intersted I get in the whole thing.
 

ShooterMcGavin

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I think it's funny that we are having a legitimate discussion about an infowars article.
 

KRSOne

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I think it's funny that we are having a legitimate discussion about an infowars article.
So if its infowars it didn't really happen even though there is video of Obama saying it? Typical trendy.
 

Party Rooster

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If Ron Paul tried organizing an "Obstetricians for Ron Paul" campaign would that be discriminatory to proctologists?
 

ShooterMcGavin

Go back to your shanties.
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So if its infowars it didn't really happen even though there is video of Obama saying it? Typical trendy.
Those two words might actually make me believe that this is an Obama hologram.
 

MTJonny

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Exactly. His biggest worry is they won't show up
and vote like they did 4 years ago.
Which they wont. He didn't give them any of the free cars, houses, clothes, jewelry, or white slaves that he PROMISED during his first run. What a liar.
 

Creasy Bear

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Which they wont. He didn't give them any of the free cars, houses, clothes, jewelry, or white slaves that he PROMISED during his first run. What a liar.
This.

The blacks never got they redistributationreparations of welf check in the mail what Obama promised them. They won't fall for the banana in their tailpipe trick again and waste time going to the polls.

Record low voter turnout in the black communities next election... mark my words.
 

JoeyDVDZ

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So if its infowars it didn't really happen even though there is video of Obama saying it? Typical trendy.
I think you'd be taken much more seriously if you didn't pepper every post of yours with stupid buzzwords like "sheeple" and "trendy". You really sound like a kool-aid drinking fool when you use those words.
 

jnoble

Lingering longer for a longering linger
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This.

The blacks never got they redistributationreparations of welf check in the mail what Obama promised them. They won't fall for the banana in their tailpipe trick again and waste time going to the polls.

Record low voter turnout in the black communities next election... mark my words.
You're 100 percent right, the thrill of "HOPE AND CHANGE" from 2008 is long gone, and while blacks will still vote in overwhelmingly large percentages for "their guy" Obama, the overall turnout from 4 years ago will not be there. On the other hand, the turnout for the anti-Obama vote will be much greater than 2008.
 

JoeyDVDZ

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That's going to be the deciding factor this election: Those who didn't want him in the first place + those who were swayed against him during the past 3 years, vs. the black turnout which will no doubt be big, but nowhere near as big as 2008.
 

MayrMeninoCrash

Liberal Psycopath
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You're 100 percent right, the thrill of "HOPE AND CHANGE" from 2008 is long gone, and while blacks will still vote in overwhelmingly large percentages for "their guy" Obama, the overall turnout from 4 years ago will not be there. On the other hand, the turnout for the anti-Obama vote will be much greater than 2008.
Sorry but I think Obama's competition saying he doesn't care about poor people might be a bit of a motivator.

And as far as Romney/Newt/Santorum inspiring a big poll turnout, I call bullshit. I lurk on a deep red gun/2A board and most of them aren't buying the nonsense. I would guess a lot will stay home but there are some that see through the smoke that Obama hasn't done shit to weaken the 2nd Amendment, whereas Romney's on record supporting Brady gun control, and he fucked up gun ownership for MA residents.
 

d0uche_n0zzle

**Negative_Creep**
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I would guess a lot will stay home but there are some that see through the smoke that Obama hasn't done shit to weaken the 2nd Amendment, whereas Romney's on record supporting Brady gun control, and he fucked up gun ownership for MA residents.
What do you call failed Operation Fast & Furious? "whaa"
 

mascan42

Registered User
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What do you call failed Operation Fast & Furious? "whaa"
A fucked up idea that predictably went all wrong. Unless you're buying the Kirkspiracy theory that it was done intentionally to scare people into accepting more gun control laws.
 
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