He got what he wanted, does he ever stop the whining?

I'm not sure what you mean by "VERY" different political beliefs, but they come across to me as having an element of white supremacy.
Originally Posted by Amneris
I meant democrat vs republican. Liberal vs conservative.
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I think the OP's true colors are twofold: one, she's exceptionally conservative, and two, she's racist. I don't know if she knows it or not, and I don't know if the one has to do with the other, but given her history of comments in this forum, it's pretty clear to me she's racist and is livid that a black man is going to be in charge. I'm not even sure SHE knows how incredibly racist her comments have been, but from my perspective, she's more angry about the fact that we're getting a black president than she is about us getting a liberal president.
"And politically correct is the worst term, not just because it’s dismissive, but because it narrows down the whole social justice spectrum to this idea that it’s about being polite instead of about dismantling the oppressive social structure of power.
Fun Fact: When you actively avoid being “PC,” you’re not being forward-thinking or unique. You’re buying into systems of oppression that have existed since before you were even born, and you’re keeping those systems in place."
Stolen.
I thought I remembered her being very conservative and against all the Dem's that were running before it became just Obama - before the political threads were banished from the non hair board.
I could have her confused with someone else.
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I thought I remembered her being very conservative and against all the Dem's that were running before it became just Obama - before the political threads were banished from the non hair board.
I could have her confused with someone else.
Originally Posted by 2happy
You're not wrong, but since about a month before the election she's been harping pretty hard on the race thing.
"And politically correct is the worst term, not just because it’s dismissive, but because it narrows down the whole social justice spectrum to this idea that it’s about being polite instead of about dismantling the oppressive social structure of power.
Fun Fact: When you actively avoid being “PC,” you’re not being forward-thinking or unique. You’re buying into systems of oppression that have existed since before you were even born, and you’re keeping those systems in place."
Stolen.
I hate to drag up old posts, but I recall that the OP:

-ranted that she, as a white woman, wasn't able to get a medical card in Texas; that only minorities could

-indicated that she was "bothered" by Obama's color

-when complaining about New Orleans and Katrina, referred to the 'gubmint' (that's not racist, but it certainly is reflective)

Maybe she's not racist, but if it walks like a duck, talks a duck, my guess is that it's a duck.
I hate to drag up old posts, but I recall that the OP:

-ranted that she, as a white woman, wasn't able to get a medical card in Texas; that only minorities could

-indicated that she was "bothered" by Obama's color

-when complaining about New Orleans and Katrina, referred to the 'gubmint' (that's not racist, but it certainly is reflective)

Maybe she's not racist, but if it walks like a duck, talks a duck, my guess is that it's a duck.
Originally Posted by Myradella3


Ahh...nothing like a trip down memory lane with susancnw.
I hate to drag up old posts, but I recall that the OP:

-ranted that she, as a white woman, wasn't able to get a medical card in Texas; that only minorities could

-indicated that she was "bothered" by Obama's color

-when complaining about New Orleans and Katrina, referred to the 'gubmint' (that's not racist, but it certainly is reflective)

Maybe she's not racist, but if it walks like a duck, talks a duck, my guess is that it's a duck.
Originally Posted by Myradella3


Ahh...nothing like a trip down memory lane with susancnw.
Originally Posted by RedCatWaves
I think if Susancnw really wants to express her level of Blackness she should start a riot at the mall and go loot the nearest Nordstrom's...not that I'm a racist or anything like that. Oh no.
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I think the OP's true colors are twofold: one, she's exceptionally conservative, and two, she's racist.
Originally Posted by MichelleBFT
She can't be racist! She's got a hypothetical black great great grandfather or something.
I think the OP's true colors are twofold: one, she's exceptionally conservative, and two, she's racist.
Originally Posted by MichelleBFT
She can't be racist! She's got a hypothetical black great great grandfather or something.
Originally Posted by Eilonwy
ROFL... and I'm sure she has lots of black friends. Well, coworkers. Well, people she sees at work, but doesn't actually talk to.
"And politically correct is the worst term, not just because it’s dismissive, but because it narrows down the whole social justice spectrum to this idea that it’s about being polite instead of about dismantling the oppressive social structure of power.
Fun Fact: When you actively avoid being “PC,” you’re not being forward-thinking or unique. You’re buying into systems of oppression that have existed since before you were even born, and you’re keeping those systems in place."
Stolen.

Really? I am curious... where does your Black blood come from? A parent, grandparent?
Originally Posted by Amneris
From what we can tell, great great grandparents on maternal side, both her parents...wait, did that make any sense? On my mom's side, her maternal great grandparents...there is Native America/black. OK, LA. My paternal cousins are both sycle cell anemia (sp?) carriers and my understanding of it is that it is a genetic marker of sorts for some ethnicities...but I've not done much research into it...my cousin's a nurse and let us know when she found out, just for medical history purposes, and it's one of those that I figured, well, if I am, I am, but it's not a biggie...
Originally Posted by susancnw
That doesn't qualify you to count yourself as Black for the purpose of disparing Blacks. You don't have any known Black ancestry or relatives and presumably are not identifiably Black or part of any Black community, have not experienced life as a Black person or been treated as Black. From what you are saying, your great great grandparents MAY have some Black ancestry. EVEN with strict one-drop-ism, to be considered Black, a person had to be "one-eighth" Black and you don't even know for sure if you qualify for that. I think there are a lot of "white" people with the amount of Black blood that you have. It's great that you acknowledge yours - a lot don't - but it doesn't give you the right to try to claim a common identity with those of us who live as Black every day, for the purpose of denying our experiences and issues.
Originally Posted by Amneris
I don't claim it and I am not disparaging it. Why is it that any question I ask, such as the ORIGINAL question of this thread, is continually dragged back to my 'racism'?

I'm not having problems with his skin color. I question his judgment, his prior actions, his associations, his voting record, the bills that he has backed (particularly the Late Term Abortion bill 'because of it's wording' and when the wording was changed to mirror exactly the federal wording, he still backed it. I question his integrity when he promises to accept federal funding for the election, then realizes that it is to his advantage not to do so. I question a number of things that he has said/done.

But I will wait and see what happens. I will be sorry to see President Bush go. He has been a man or honor and integrity, he has stuck by what he felt was best for our nation and protected us. He's kept my family safe for 7 years after 9/11 when many expected us to be attacked again.
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He has been a man or honor and integrity
Originally Posted by susancnw
lololololololololololololololololololololololololo
Glad you enjoyed that. I've seen more and more of Obama's 'judgment' and damn, the man has NO vetting committee....
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susan, have you noticed that, uh, you're obsessed. Lookit, your avatar, your sig.

I think you might actually like Obama. Maybe you have a thing for him?

*sigh* It's all very amusing to me.
I will be sorry to see President Bush go. He has been a man or honor and integrity, he has stuck by what he felt was best for our nation and protected us. He's kept my family safe for 7 years after 9/11 when many expected us to be attacked again.
Originally Posted by susancnw

I think I'm actually speechless. How does one comment to this?
You know that there have been gun attacks on college campuses. But thanks to me, there have been none on the campuses where I've worked. Yes I'm taking credit for it and I dare anyone to prove that employment is not the reason there was no attack.
susan, have you noticed that, uh, you're obsessed. Lookit, your avatar, your sig.

I think you might actually like Obama. Maybe you have a thing for him?

*sigh* It's all very amusing to me.
Originally Posted by wild~hair
Aw, it's a grade school crush!

You know that there have been gun attacks on college campuses. But thanks to me, there have been none on the campuses where I've worked. Yes I'm taking credit for it and I dare anyone to prove that employment is not the reason there was no attack.
Originally Posted by Myradella3
You could also be working at a college campus that has had an attack within your tenure, blame it on the previous administration, and point out that there haven't been any since that one.
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