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Good grief. I'm trying not to talk or even think about Obama too much but for crying out loud, he is NOT black. He is more white than anything! A full half white...the other half is mixed black and oriental. He is not our first "African American" President.

Its just one of the many lies this guy is getting away with.

Hope nobody here owns too much stock because those who do are in more trouble than they've already been this past year.

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Good grief. I'm trying not to talk or even think about Obama too much but for crying out loud, he is NOT black. He is more white than anything! A full half white...the other half is mixed black and oriental. He is not our first "African American" President.

Its just one of the many lies this guy is getting away with.

Hope nobody here owns too much stock because those who do are in more trouble than they've already been this past year.

Help me here, Suzy:::::::::: Do you know something you're not telling???????? I do own stock and need to know what you know. Not only that but I know an awwwwwwwwwwwful lottttttttttttta people that have their entire livelihood based on their stock investments. We know intuitively what happened in '29 but my parents knew it exprientially. Just surviving and keeping body and soul together was a monumental task. We've heard of those that couldn't cope with their (paper) monetary losses and ended up in suicide. I say paper losses, because they didn'y earn a bit of their millions b/c it was all speculation just as some today make money by buying and selling stock without even spending a single penny of their own money. We call it "day-trading", and is a scam as far as I'm concerned.
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Oh good grief. His father is from Africa. If he is not African-American, I don't know what is. He is African-American in the true since of the word. Sure his mother is white, but his father is Kenyan, and his features are all African-American.

If this were 1950,I guarantee you he would be treated as a black man.

Get over it. Can't you find one nice thing to say about Obama? The rocks continue to be tossed, whether earned or not.

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Oh good grief. His father is from Africa. If he is not African-American, I don't know what is. He is African-American in the true since of the word. Sure his mother is white, but his father is Kenyan, and his features are all African-American.

If this were 1950,I guarantee you he would be treated as a black man.

Get over it. Can't you find one nice thing to say about Obama? The rocks continue to be tossed, whether earned or not.


When he earns nice things, I will say them. Bush certainly did not earn the jeers he got yesterday. The government is working overtime to solidify the racial divide. I was not raised being racial. I've never seen "color". As a matter of face, I distinctly remember as a child thinking black people were beautiful and wishing I had black skin myself. However after having race (especially anti-white) shoved in my face all these years, I'm beginning to tire of it. And watching Obama completely ignore his "white heritage" is annoying at the least.

Anyway...as the President of AMERICA he is AMERICAN...not "african american". He gave up any African roots when he took office yesterday.
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Oh good grief. His father is from Africa. If he is not African-American, I don't know what is. He is African-American in the true since of the word. Sure his mother is white, but his father is Kenyan, and his features are all African-American.

If this were 1950,I guarantee you he would be treated as a black man.

Get over it. Can't you find one nice thing to say about Obama? The rocks continue to be tossed, whether earned or not.


If we were still in the 50's black people would not have nothing, that is nothing to do with him.

I recall a boy who was a year or two older than I, he was half black, half white, had a white mother and a black father, sad to say he did not fit in anywhere, in later years he killed himself with a shotgun.

A couple of years ago I was talking to a friend about him, he said this and its so true, in modern America he would fit in and not have the many problems he went thru being rejected by most people.

Its so sad at how harsh man can be to someone who looks different than they do.

But I feel many in the black community will be highly disappointed in Obama.
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Oh good grief. His father is from Africa. If he is not African-American, I don't know what is. He is African-American in the true since of the word. Sure his mother is white, but his father is Kenyan, and his features are all African-American.

If this were 1950,I guarantee you he would be treated as a black man.

Get over it. Can't you find one nice thing to say about Obama? The rocks continue to be tossed, whether earned or not.



Not according to a civil right activist who used to march with MLK:

Obama grew up in a different world.

"He was able to grow up not being negatively affected by the black experience," Young said. "He chose to be black. And he chose to work in Chicago's slums. And he chose to identify with the black experience."

Yet Obama's father was Kenyan. His mother was from Kansas. He lived in Indonesia. He had a Chinese stepfather. He lived in Hawaii with his white grandparents.

"I'm uncomfortable calling him black," Young said. "I say don't limit him. I say he's an Afro-Asian-Latin-European. And that makes him all American."
http://www.roanoke.com/news/nrv/wb/191745

and yes, back in the 50's and 60's were pretty harsh to birracial family. My mom used to carry a picture of my dad and they asked her why is she carrying a picture a "N" (because of his darker skin due to his indian genetic trait although both of his parents are white/indian mixed with white skin)
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Good grief. I'm trying not to talk or even think about Obama too much but for crying out loud, he is NOT black. He is more white than anything! A full half white...the other half is mixed black and oriental. He is not our first "African American" President.

Its just one of the many lies this guy is getting away with.

Hope nobody here owns too much stock because those who do are in more trouble than they've already been this past year.


Please pardon me for disagreeing with you; but he is considered by all scientific and cultural norms to be black. You do not have to even "look" black to be considered black and having black blood. My brother and his wife have four children. He is white (like me, Mom and Dad) and she is as black as midnight (her mother is white and father is black). Two of the children are black and two are white and no one would even know they are considered "African American" but they are..................Just the same with my Jewish brother in law and his French-Canadian wife....the children are definitely considered to be Jewish in descent.

I'd encourage you to stop focusing on this; it really is irrelevant at this point! Perhaps focusing on the man's policies would do you better.
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Oh good grief. His father is from Africa. If he is not African-American, I don't know what is. He is African-American in the true since of the word. Sure his mother is white, but his father is Kenyan, and his features are all African-American.

If this were 1950,I guarantee you he would be treated as a black man.

Get over it. Can't you find one nice thing to say about Obama? The rocks continue to be tossed, whether earned or not.


His father is about 4/5 Arab and 1/5 Black African. That makes Barack only around 1/10 black. He's more white than anything else, and next up is Arab.
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Please pardon me for disagreeing with you; but he is considered by all scientific and cultural norms to be black. You do not have to even "look" black to be considered black and having black blood. My brother and his wife have four children. He is white (like me, Mom and Dad) and she is as black as midnight (her mother is white and father is black). Two of the children are black and two are white and no one would even know they are considered "African American" but they are..................Just the same with my Jewish brother in law and his French-Canadian wife....the children are definitely considered to be Jewish in descent.

I'd encourage you to stop focusing on this; it really is irrelevant at this point! Perhaps focusing on the man's policies would do you better.


Then I am indian even though I look white.

nope, I am actually culturally white because I was in raised in that environment.
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Then I am indian even though I look white.

nope, I am actually culturally white because I was in raised in that environment.


Yes, you are American Indian.

Actually, I suspect at this point most everyone is a "mutt" of sorts having all kinds of mixed descendancy!
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then that mutt really depends on the culture they were raised in.


I am a "mutt" having French-Canadian, Irish and others mixed up in my bloodstream. I am definitely an American! And I understand the angst by people who are tired of the differentiation being made between Asian-American, American-Indian, African-American, Latina-American, Spanish-American and others.

Yes, we who are citizens of the United States should be able to just refer to each other as Americans and leave it at that.......

We will have truly arrived "racially" when people stop talking about the first black to be President of the USA and they start focusing on the man's terribly liberal stand on many things.
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then that mutt really depends on the culture they were raised in.

Obama decided to be the black culture instead of white. which is fine, but he should not be ashame of being white. It's like people want his "white" side to disappear.


What makes you believe he is ashamed to have a white mother (although she too is most likely, as you call it, a "mutt")?
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I am not sure if he is or not, but just saying he shouldn't be.

he refer himself as a mutt. And I refer myself as a mutt as well. so I am not trying to offend anyone about that. Or we can always say mulatto, birracial, or just plain american (when fill all those form to say what kind of race we are.. he will say black instead of white and I will say white instead of American Indian)

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I don't think the goal should be being colorblind. The goal should be for everyone to respect every other peron's race, ethnicity, background and identity. We live in a wonderfully diverse nation. We should celebrate our differences, and celebrate our heritages. Italian Americans have a very unique culture that should be celebrated. African Americans are the same way, as well as Asian Americans.

The US has been referred to as the "melting pot." We need to recognize that our nation is made up of many different nationalities. The problem with just referring to everyone as plain old Americans is that people lose their cultural identities. Cultures are beautiful and add to the great fabric of our society. Celebrating one's background is good. Celebrating one's ethnicity is a good thing. For example, I know that my family migrated from England, and that I have English roots. This has added deeply to an understanding of myself and my family history.

All cultures are equally important and equally beautiful. God created differences, and those differences should be recognized and celebrated. It makes no sense to ignore a person's cultural and racial heritage. Part of Obama's heritage and family history lies in Kenya, and he is being faithful to that. He was raised by his white grandparents, and he is faithful to that as well and has done nothing but honor and respect them.

I don't understand what the big deal is.

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Its just the philosophy about this whole racial thing. This entire presidential race has been extremely "racial" and so its not like we can just "forget it".

True he is very liberal and already doing horrible things like closing Gitmo and paying for more abortions with tax dollars.... I was just saying the entire premise behind this "historical" election is not even totally what they are saying it is! Its not like he is a pure African slave descendant or something.

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BTW, in the history of Virginia, we have already lost our cultural identity. I can't even tell I have blacks in me or not. One document after another, it is mulatto, mulatto, mulatto. (if you are indian, asian, whatever, you were considered mulatto or colored... never white)

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Read Obama's books and he tells why he chose to "be black".

This isn't uncommon. In university and some jobs I've encountered several who had white mothers and black or mexican fathers. Every one of them made a conscious, specific choice to "be black/be Mexican". One guy I knew at university was very anti-white, he hated that he wasn't fully Mexican and went to great lengths to put himself forth as Mexican.

Over the course of the past year I've heard Obama call himself a mutt twice.

Thankfully I don't have to concern myself with such matters. My family line is Germanic as far back as I have been able to trace it so far (1200s).

Personally, I don't care what the man calls himself, that's his choice.

Like Suzy though, I am very tired of hearing all this racial talk coming from those who love to talk about how race shouldn't be a factor or that race doesn't exist, or that we should all be color blind, etc.

Of course, this is very typical. Liberals have been among the biggest race-baiters and love to use race to their advantage at every turn while calling anyone else who mentions race a "racist". :roll

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