What do you think of this ?

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  1. Bro. Curtis

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    By Judi McLeod Wednesday, October 15, 2008

    [​IMG]Like editors the world over used to admonish reporters at deadline: “Your lead is buried down copy”, the lead in African Press International’s (API’s) “Mrs. Obama decides enough is enough” comes well down copy:
    My husband and I know that there is no law that will stop him from becoming the president, just because some American white racists are bringing up the issue of my husband’s adoption by his step father.” (Emphasis added).
    In other words, according to the overzealous, you’re-all-racists wife of candidate for presidency Barack Hussein Obama, the fix is already in.
    The candidate’s wife treated the Norway-based API as if it was already under the command of a Barack and Michelle-run White House.

    With an arrogance that can only be described as stunning, Michelle Obama said API would earn an invite to hubby’s upcoming inauguration ceremony when he will be installed as the next President of the United States of America next year, if only they wrote a “good” story.
    In a good old fashioned hissy fit, Michelle Obama had picked up the phone to accuse API of colluding with American internet bloggers in an effort to bring down her husband, saying she had decided to call API because of what she termed, API’s help to spread rumours created by American bloggers and other racist media outlets in their efforts to damage a black man’s name. She made plain her hopes that the African Media was mature enough to be in the front to give unwavering support to her husband, a man Africans should identify themselves with.
    “When API told her that our online news media was only replaying what the American Bloggers and other media outlets had discovered through their investigations, Mrs. Obama was angered and she came out loud with the following: “African Press International is supposed to support Africans and (the) African-American view, and she went (on) to state that, “It is strange that API has chosen to support the racists against my husband.” (africanpress, Oct. 15, 2008). “There is no shame in being adopted by a step father. All dirt has been thrown onto my husband’s face and yet he loves this country. My husband and I know that there is no law that will stop him from becoming the president, just because some American white racists are bringing up the issue of my husband’s adoption by his step father, The important thing here is where my husband’s heart is at the moment. I can tell the American people that my husband loves this country and his adoption has never changed his love for this country. He was born in Hawaii, yes, and that gives him all the right to be an American citizen even though he was adopted by a foreigner, (emphasis added) says Michelle Obama on telefon (sic) to API.”...



    http://canadafreepress.com/index.php/article/5576

    http://africanpress.wordpress.com/2...riotic-she-asks-on-a-direct-telephone-to-api/
     
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    Where's that puking smiley when you need it?
     
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    Isn't she a charmer ?

    I can't stand that woman.
     
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    Oh boy, we're in for rough ride.
     
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    So, is she saying no law exists, or is she saying that her husband is above the law of constitutionality?

    I pray and hope that it is true what I believe: That there are many solidly moral loving, law abiding, thinking African-Americans and others who look beyond color as the nation chooses its next President.
    :praying:
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    http://corner.nationalreview.com/post/?q=YWM2MDA2NzZkNzdjNWMzZGFlOGJiZGUxMzNhYjJkZDI=

    Denial from the campaign.......and they NEVER lie....


    I'm sure a lot of you have seen references this morning to statements allegedly made by Michelle Obama in an interview with an organization called African Press International. I just asked the Obama campaign whether Michelle Obama did in fact speak to that organization, and spokesman Tommy Vietor answered:
    The answer is no, it's not real, the report is made up. She did not speak to the organization...​
     
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    After the delegate voter manipulation by Obama supporters in Texas this does not surprise me at all.
     
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    I hope everyone looks beyond race when they vote for president and votes for the person they consider to be the most qualified and who will make the best president.
     
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    And I know you will call us racists if the zero is returned to the senate.
     
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    You should direct this statement primarily to black people and the 30% of white democrats that are racist. They might cancel each other out.

    You're wasting your breath here.
     
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    HELLOOOOO!:BangHead:
     

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