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reverse discrimination—don’t let anyone intimidate you

…and make you feel like your vote has to be for Mr. Obama or somehow you are unAmercian by voting for the ordinary (charismatic isn’t all it’s cracked up to be), old (young by some accounts), and plain spoken senator from Arizona. 

Just as it would be for anyone trying to stop someone from voting for Obama, so it is with those who would try to stop anyone for voting for McCain.

Discrimination cuts both ways.  There is such a thing as reverse discrimination as is clearly the case here.  Please tell me there are better ways to get elected.  I do wonder how many tactics such as these are being employed today in order to ensure an Obama victory.

Well, I have never kept a black man down.  You can ask anyone who knows me.  And just because I am backing John McCain, I won’t be told I am doing so now.  I have fought the ugly evils of racism and bigotry since I was a child.

Reports say that these men told poll watchers to stay inside (as they ‘watched’ outside I’m assuming)—because, the black man is going to win an election no matter what.  When these ‘security gaurds’ (aka Black Panthers, it seems) were confronted by an Army Veteran (white I’d add), they responded, We’re tired of white supremacy.

It looks to me as if the folks doing the supposed intimidating aren’t all white after all—and they don’t look too friendly either.

I’m afraid an Obama presidency won’t heal any wounds, but it may just embolden the haters.

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  1. Laurie
    November 5, 2008 at 12:15 am

    That ANGERS ME

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