Saturday, January 05, 2008

It's Only Make Believe

I congratulate Barack OBama and his supporters for his victory in the Iowa caucus. Needless to say I'm happy whites would support a black candidate for the highest office in the land . Just not this black man. I don't want to sound like a hater, so I've remained quiet with what I think. Many in the black community don't support him for other reasons. With which many I don't agree. My opinions about Barack OBama haven't changed due to his win. I've never supported him. I must admit at first I was stomped by his victory. I couldn't explain how I had been so wrong. I have always been the first to say "America won't elect a black President." Unfortunately race relations haven't progressed to that point.



Then I got a reprieve of sorts. As it turns out, I just had to dig a little deeper into the source. In our politically correct society, this may be why this isn't being discussed. Some may view this as being a racist as opposed to being realistic, but I'm not in that group. I agree with this assessment.
A poster wrote:
"A few facts you may not likeWhat everyone seems to have overlooked is that Iowa is a "lily white" state."Mainstream America"??? Nothing could be further from reality.Iowa has ~3,000,000 residents, including ~74,000 (2.5%) negroes.Let me give you the facts on New Hampshire before I break the bad news.New Hampshire has ~1,300,000 residents, including ~14,000 (1.1%) negroes.As anyone, with a reasonable IQ can see, the voters in these "remote" areas have not had much personal experience with the American negroe's propensity for crime, very low academic achievement, government dependency, STD infections and, yes ... the blighting of neighborhoods.These states are like crime free, no blighted neighborhoods, excellent school "islands" in America.We know why, don't we?The America mainstream will rule this election. Sorry folks!"

The poster may hve been over the top in their descriptions, but overall they had a point. Lets see if they're right.

10 Comments:

Blogger Blinders Off said...

I hear you on this post Common and I understand were you are coming from. I was pleasantly please that Obama came out ahead of Hillary.

It was thrilling to witness an historical moment in politics in my adult life. There were other Democrat candidates of interest to me, but it looks like Americans choices are going to be between one of the top three finishers in Iowa and of those three Edwards is the one I prefer.

IF, Obama is fortunate to win the Democrat nominee for the office of POTUS, I plan to support his campaign unless an Independent of interest to me enters the race. You know I cannot push the button for a Republican :)

This is America and the reality is IF Obama keep showing a strong campaign his life will be more on the line than it was when he decided to enter the race.

I will be glad when the election is over and Bush is moving out. Regardless of who wins, they are walking into a mess.

4:59 PM  
Blogger Common said...

Blinders Off,

I agree with you more than you know. He may be strong right now, but he hasn't got to the southern states yet.

This just shows how we are lead by the media and what they want us to know. We don't even remember that Allen Keyes came in 3rd and was said to have won the debates in the 2000 Iowa caucuses. So, this isn't the first time a black candidate has done well in Iowa.Just the first to be publicized.

I don't think this wave of mass hysteria will spread across the entire country. His rock star status will play out. The mainstream as they call it, isn't represented in these two states. Don't open the champagne yet.

I heard someone else mention the possibility of his assasination. I think that's overblown. It's not that serious. Nobody has to kill him. Just not vote for him.

One thing that's for sure.Bush will be gone, but be careful what you ask for.

6:31 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

He is certainly making this race interesting.

10:10 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Chuck Bates is the only radio talk show host I have heard with the courage to point this out.

12:23 PM  
Blogger Common said...

Just like I said. The hype didn't carry over to the next caucus. The telephone lines in New Hampshire were on fire. Those people in the south were calling their cousins and telling them to change their vote.

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