Wednesday, November 05, 2008

America Elects The First 50% African American President

Sometimes we're allowed to have what's "not" best for us in order to teach us a lasting lesson. Let's hope many of the young voters of this generation learn why socialism is not a good idea through all this. Too bad we have to learn some things the hard way. I am glad however to see so many young voters get involved in this race and I am glad there are no more excuses for black Americans. MLK's dream was to see a day when race didn't matter; and I totally agree. It's ironic that for most black voters, it's all that mattered. SEE PREVIOUS PREDICTION FROM OCT 3rd


J Dub said...

Spot on. I completely agree. I, for one, am appalled at how blatantly many blacks made race a primary issue, if not the only issue. They would say in interviews that they're voting for Obama because he's black, and no one even bats an eye.

I am glad that we live in a place where a black man can become President. And I'm tired of hearing how racist we are. This helps prove that we're not. But the fact that people were voting for Obama because he's black is racist. I see no way around that. It shouldn't be about race, period.

And he is as much white as he is black, just as you called him 50% African-American. Just for what that's worth, which is apparently not much.

Maybe we can finally start getting all this race junk out of our system.

Brodad Unkabuddy said...

Race, sex, and religion no longer matter. If we can elect a biracial President we can elect a Mormon President.