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Friday, October 24, 2008

Obama 1995 Interview Plays on White Fears of Paying Taxes to Inner-City Blacks



"My individual salvation is not going to come about without a collective salvation for the country."
Barack Obama

1 Comments:

Anonymous Leon H. Wolf said...

From RedState:

You know, I spent a summer in the Los Angeles area once; I must have just missed all the mortar explosions from the "one group" trying to keep black people down just like the one group was trying to keep the other group down in Bosnia.

I know a lot of people are bound to be surprised at this video; my only surprise is that it hasn't surfaced sooner. The only thing we know about Obama's early years at this point is that his political views were shaped while sitting at the feet of America-hating race pimps and that he climbed to power by advancing through the ranks of one of the most crooked inner-city political machines in this country. It is a tribute only to the man's vacuity that it took this long to start unearthing this sort of material.

Friday, October 24, 2008 1:02:00 PM  

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