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Username: Kola_boof

Post Number: 4855
Registered: 02-2005

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Posted on Saturday, January 17, 2009 - 04:42 pm:   


I don't think Rev. Wright was
thrown under the bus either.

If anything, he BEGGED to have
his ass ran over.

GOD how Rev. Wright reminds
me of me!

For though I felt his sayings
were DEAD ON and True---

---I did not feel that "the
truth" alone should be allowed
to suppress and sabotage a
larger PRIORITY...that of
Barack Obama, our collective
taking the White House.

I don't see Barack as a
Black man (to me, he is a
Half-Caste African);
I don't see him
as a "Black leader"

---but from a Sociological
standpoint, I feel that there
is absolutely nothing better
that could have happened
for Black America or AFRICA
than to have him rise up
and affirm us.

He does it very well and I
both him and Michelle.

In my mind, he is a superior
new and improved
version of the BILL CLINTON
model that we liked
with a new and improved

He was also better than any of
the Whites seeking the position.

AND...most important to a Cushitic

He has GOD's Hair; the Proof;
the Crown.

I just absolutely cherish him.

And yes, Cynique--that includes
his wonderful White mother.

(Not that I remotely dislike White people
for being "White" as so many
folks---not you Cynique--wrongly
assume just because I criticized
them and don't wish to be one of

You can truly love White People and not want
yourself or your children to be one--
and they don't seem to understand that.

They're just as welcome at my table as
anybody else--as long as I'm doing the
And I DO love White people.)


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