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NEW OBAMA BOOK CAUSES STIR
jackconrad Offline
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Claims title was Bidens idea.
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HockeyDad Offline
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Race war! Race war!
DrMaddVibe Offline
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Biden, isn't he hanging around 7-11's and donut shops looking for Paki's and Indians? I'm surprised he's bothered by a black man. He must be squeaky clean to get into Biden's radar.

You know how those guys are.
pmn1 Offline
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I Know you think your funny JC,but this is clearly racist.I guess you can't hide what you are behind a bad joke.
bgramza Offline
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Mel Brooks, Blazing Saddles movie line.
sw48362 Offline
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^ So does that make Mel Brooks a racist too?
DrMaddVibe Offline
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Nope, that would make him a producer!
MACS Offline
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But it's okay for the Wayan's brothers to make the movie "White Chicks", right pmn1??

Get over yourself dude. This is funny. Not hilarious... just kinda funny.
teedubbya Offline
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^ cracker
wheelrite Offline
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HONKY...or Uncle Tom?????Maybe both.
wheelrite Offline
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Uncle Obama LOL...
wheelrite Offline
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His next book title will be

"I'M A HOSTESS HO HO,DARK ON THE OUTSIDE,WHITE IN THE MIDDLE"
RICKAMAVEN Offline
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12. Author: wheelrite

a quote from a former friend.

"it's all pink on the inside."
happy1 Offline
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he is probably waiting for hillary clinton
pmn1 Offline
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What's really funny is that you John Birchers & Klaners actually either don't think your racist or don't have the balls to admit it . Which is it JC?
jackconrad Offline
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You'll have to ask the 4500 minority students at the Scotland School for Veterans Children where i raised over $100,000 for their school. You could also ask the members at the Pa. Black American Legions where i attend thier Officer installations as an honored guest and Installer on a almost yearly basis. Then there was My College Harrisburg Area Community College where as President of the Student Govt i helped to re establish the Black Student Union when i had time away from establishing a Referendum to cease Three Mile Island Nuclear Plant from expanding.
But probably my most memorable times are when i visted the Black legion in Erie ,Pa just to party with my brothers and dance with my sisters.
What have you done other than be a prejdudiced A- Hole while calling everyone else a racist.
pmn1 Offline
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Didn't really answer the question did you JC? What you did in High school? Please! Its what you doing today. Why Don't you Email your friends at the legion your joke and ask them if they think its racist? Your Pathetic.
MACS Offline
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^^Racist alert... racist alert... pmn1 is in the hizzy!^^
jackconrad Offline
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PM that would be YOU'RE, unless of course you meant your self.
DrMaddVibe Offline
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He's raising so much hell about a dumbass joke that I'd have to say he would be a racist with an agenda because he can't see the humor in the picture.
mtpknothead Offline
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really, that is funny!!!
victor808 Offline
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Everything in context.
Considering about 66% of jc's picture posts regarding Obama focus on his race, I would argue that a post which could otherwise be interpreted as a funny joke, was posted with some sort of racist intent.

At minimum I would question what sort of sites jc is visiting on a regular basis to get all these pictures.
DrMaddVibe Offline
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So Vic, you really put a lot of weight in what the New York Times has to say?
victor808 Offline
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????
donutboy2000 Offline
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Hillary is behind all of this. It's a vast left wing conspiracy.
jackconrad Offline
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Victor This Came from The Free Republic.
Beacause i think of someone as politically wrong i am a racist???
That makes you Prejudice.
Liberal Media makes it's living making fun of Republicans and thats ok, but i don't have the same kind of righst?
Who are you to judge me and my rights of free speech?
Grow up and get a sense of humor.
teedubbya Offline
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#22 I don't think Jack is a racist, but there is some subtle and not so subtle race baiting going o surrounding Obama. Much of the satirical content out there hints at it.
HockeyDad Offline
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I have no doubt that JackConrad likes coloreds.
victor808 Offline
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Jack:
1) "Beacause i think of someone as politically wrong i am a racist???"
Please point out any part of your initial post where you say anything about the man's politics. In this post, and others about him, you have not tried to attack his politics (which you may or not like) but have instead parodied his "blackness".
2)"That makes you Prejudice(sic)"
See point 1. I have no problem with you criticizing his politics. Did I miss a "where the white women at?" platform proposed by Obama? Has he suggested we mandate stereotypes as part of his campaign? I don't believe this is the case, however if you do believe that his politics somehow revolve around the acquisition of white women, please point that out to me.
3)"Liberal Media makes it's living making fun of Republicans and thats ok, but i don't have the same kind of righst(sic)? "
??? Making fun of people is one thing. Hell, this even could be a funny joke if it were done in good spirits. You seem to obsess over Obama's race. I have seen 3 posts about Obama from you, of those three at least 2 were specifically about his race. The third may have been,but I really didn't understand it. If someone started posting sh%t about C. Rice driving Cheney around in a car, I'd find it just as offensive.
4) "Who are you to judge me and my rights of free speech?"
Did I judge your right to free speech? (whatever the hell that means). No. I have just as much right to call the crap you post racist as you have to post it. Hell, free speech protects the KKK, why not you? But, last time I heard it was still acceptable to point out that the KKK is racist.
5) "Grow up and get a sense of humor"
I have a great sense of humor. You however seem to like to take politicians who have invested their lives in educating themselves, following a career path and working towards their goals; and marginalizing all of that by simply pointing out their race.
Do you bother poking fun at their platforms?
Do you bother satirizing their ideas?
Do you bother criticizing their intelligence?

No. All the things they work at doing, you ignore. Instead you choose to identify them simply as "black".

I've noticed you do the same thing with female politicians. They simply get categorized as "ugly", with no comment on any of their accomplishments/failures in life.

So, Jack, I look forward to the time in life when you can identify people as something other than "black" or "ugly women".... you keep trying, some day you'll get there!
teedubbya Offline
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he had a black friend once
pabloescabar Offline
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Barack Obama was born in Hawaii on August 4th, 1961. His father, Barack Obama Sr., was born and raised in a small village in Kenya, where he grew up herding goats with his own father, who was a domestic servant to the British.

Barack's mother, Ann Dunham, grew up in small-town Kansas. Her father worked on oil rigs during the Depression, and then signed up for World War II after Pearl Harbor, where he marched across Europe in Patton's army. Her mother went to work on a bomber assembly line, and after the war, they studied on the G.I. Bill, bought a house through the Federal Housing Program, and moved west to Hawaii.

It was there, at the University of Hawaii, where Barack's parents met. His mother was a student there, and his father had won a scholarship that allowed him to leave Kenya and pursue his dreams in America.
Learn more about Barack's life, family, and accomplishments.; Barack; Barack Obama; Barack TV; Obama; Speeches; This appears on the "Meet Barack Page" http://link.brightcove.com/services/link/bcpid452323111http://www.brightcove.com/channel.jsp?channel=353512430

Barack's father eventually returned to Kenya, and Barack grew up with his mother in Hawaii, and for a few years in Indonesia. Later, he moved to New York, where he graduated from Columbia University in 1983.

Remembering the values of empathy and service that his mother taught him, Barack put law school and corporate life on hold after college and moved to Chicago in 1985, where he became a community organizer with a church-based group seeking to improve living conditions in poor neighborhoods plagued with crime and high unemployment.

The group had some success, but Barack had come to realize that in order to truly improve the lives of people in that community and other communities, it would take not just a change at the local level, but a change in our laws and in our politics.

He went on to earn his law degree from Harvard in 1991, where he became the first African-American president of the Harvard Law Review. Soon after, he returned to Chicago to practice as a civil rights lawyer and teach constitutional law. Finally, his advocacy work led him to run for the Illinois State Senate, where he served for eight years. In 2004, he became the third African American since Reconstruction to be elected to the U.S. Senate.

It has been the rich and varied experiences of Barack Obama's life - growing up in different places with people who had differing ideas - that have animated his political journey. Amid the partisanship and bickering of today's public debate, he still believes in the ability to unite people around a politics of purpose - a politics that puts solving the challenges of everyday Americans ahead of partisan calculation and political gain.

In the Illinois State Senate, this meant working with both Democrats and Republicans to help working families get ahead by creating programs like the state Earned Income Tax Credit, which in three years provided over $100 million in tax cuts to families across the state. He also pushed through an expansion of early childhood education, and after a number of inmates on death row were found innocent, Senator Obama worked with law enforcement officials to require the videotaping of interrogations and confessions in all capital cases.

In the U.S. Senate, he has focused on tackling the challenges of a globalized, 21st century world with fresh thinking and a politics that no longer settles for the lowest common denominator. His first law was passed with Republican Tom Coburn, a measure to rebuild trust in government by allowing every American to go online and see how and where every dime of their tax dollars are spent. He has also been the lead voice in championing ethics reform that would root out Jack Abramoff-style corruption in Congress.

As a member of the Veterans' Affairs Committee, Senator Obama has fought to help Illinois veterans get the disability pay they were promised, while working to prepare the VA for the return of the thousands of veterans who will need care after Iraq and Afghanistan. Recognizing the terrorist threat posed by weapons of mass destruction, he traveled to Russia with Republican ****** Lugar to begin a new generation of non-proliferation efforts designed to find and secure deadly weapons around the world. And knowing the threat we face to our economy and our security from America's addiction to oil, he's working to bring auto companies, unions, farmers, businesses and politicians of both parties together to promote the greater use of alternative fuels and higher fuel standards in our cars.

Whether it's the poverty exposed by Katrina, the genocide in Darfur, or the role of faith in our politics, Barack Obama continues to speak out on the issues that will define America in the 21st century. But above all his accomplishments and experiences, he is most proud and grateful for his family. His wife, Michelle, and his two daughters, Malia, 8, and Sasha, 5, live on Chicago's South Side where they attend Trinity United Church of Christ.
teedubbya Offline
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wow. Pablo can read
DrMaddVibe Offline
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YjIfaMwIFxU
pabloescabar Offline
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hey, and it don't mean I like the guy. I think he is full'o chit
DrMaddVibe Offline
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PqBAfQg9ARk
jackconrad Offline
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Ok Vic ,, you said your piece . recess is over now.
pabloescabar Offline
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I think he is back in class
DrMaddVibe Offline
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Naw...he doesn't have any class.
donutboy2000 Offline
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Is his wife white?
DrMaddVibe Offline
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Wonder bread with mayo!
victor808 Offline
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Whose? Mine or Obama's?


pabloescabar Offline
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Like you have a wife....LOL
victor808 Offline
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Hey now, having a gf does not necessarily preclude one from having a wife as well!
pabloescabar Offline
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r......right Kenny Chesney
jetblasted Offline
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His Mom is White ...
jackconrad Offline
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So are his Teef
jbu Offline
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another post of Conrad being partial to blacks
qmechanics Offline
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Hi
I am a conservative/libertarian. Frankly I would hope that Jack would be more tasteful in what he decides to post. I am a champion of free speech. He can say what he thinks. Hopefully everyone takes Jack without too much seriousness.
But frankly this post gives me pause for thought. I am about to be married to a wonderful Jamaican lady, conservative, well spoken, and educated. If a man lets say a conservative version of Obama just as educated, cultured, and well spoken were to come to Jack's door to ask to be with his daughter, would Jack say no? What if the gentleman were white? Your pun reminds me of the fears of the Jim Crow days? Today I believe the black community has much bigger troubles than the likes of your prejudice. I follow with Sowell thoughts on the one side and Cosby's crusades on the other.
Jack what purpose does this serve? You help liberal minded people to bolster there own prejudices concerning politics and race as Rome burns. Who are you helping?

Q

PS Born in the South with some sense, the old pattern of yesterdays is best left behind.


qmechanics Offline
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Hi
Well Jack perhaps we are wrong. I am not in love with the politically correct world we live in today. Frankly we are becoming to sensitive a culture. A tasteless joke (no one ever accused Mel Brooks of having taste) should not condemn you but perhaps give one pause for thought. Believe it or not what passes for tolerance these days I cannot stomach. In fact it blinds many on both sides of the race issue. For example there are many in the African American community and beyond who believe the problems in such communities are largely due to bigotry. When young people call ladies hoes and bitches, think education is a white thing, glorify Nelly and others like him, etc. , there is a problem.
Frankly I am concerned, as my future children will be of mixed race. I do not want them to be fond of much in present day culture. Nor do I want them to be swayed by our pop culture stupidity. I would like to give them a sense of independence to look beyond race and the expedient into their own humanity and faith. Perhaps to strive to correct the serious flaws that exists in our culture, but with mind and heart in careful balance. I would like them to embrace Fredrick Douglas and John Adams, to love Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov and Miles Davis, to read Dickens and Wright etc. . To realize they are more than just Jamaican/European/American but people and capable of great things to fulfill their dreams.
Q
jbu Offline
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Q.

I too appreciate Jack not hiding his colors. Although slurs and innuendo are not entirely forthcoming.

There is a very big difference between Jacks attitude and the attitude that blacks have, which is this;....

Blacks have ample reason to feel and act in the manner you describe. Most blacks his age remember vividly how they had the rights given to a dog. Even today, they are constantly reminded of their perceived inferiority. Just look on this board alone, there are plenty of posts (albeit mostly by Jack) that would quickly remind a black person that they are still considered subhuman, or simply put; NEGRO

White people don't know what that feels like, not remotely. Never is their color a cause for shame, disgrace and disparity.

Jack on the other hand is the beneficiary of the toll extracted from the Negros. To add to the problem, he uses that very toll to feel superior and confident enough to be condescending.
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