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  •  What an amazing thing. (8+ / 0-)

    To have a president who after fifty years of life and one term in the White House is so scandal-free that this is all his political enemies can come up with. It's pretty unprecedented, actually. Especially today, where every transgression is permanently recorded on video and available on the internet. To be as clean as Obama is, and for him to have ensured that throughout his administration there have been so few scandals, is really unbelievable. Just another reason he is a great man.

    •  Anyone who wants to believe anything (1+ / 0-)
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      negative about Obama or any other black person, homosexual, Muslim, feminist, etc, will find a way to believe the lies they're told because racial and sexual slander is their best offense. He's already "guilty" of something, they just think they haven't dug deep enough.

      I wrote a diary last week about that drew a parallel between the assumed property status of women and blacks and how we're always on the auction block being prodded and exposed to the whole world because they still see us as property. The black POTUS deserves no respect in their eyes. They believe they should be able to examine his teeth like a horse and read every paper he's written since 3rd grade because he's a negro. They talk about personal things, almost as personal as attempting to slut shame Sandra Fluke. The racists and sexists think they should have privacy while they get to peer into our bathrooms and bedrooms.

      "It's not enough to acknowledge privilege. You have to resist." -soothsayer

      by GenXangster on Mon Mar 12, 2012 at 08:55:57 AM PDT

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      you can't call him clean.  Ask Biden.

      Yeah, it's remarkable.  the Rezko thing didn't look good, but there was nothing there, really.  And historically, despite what the GOP days, Obama launched his political career with Scott Turow, not Bill Ayres.

      The study of law was certainly a strange discipline. -- Yukio Mishima

      by Loge on Mon Mar 12, 2012 at 09:04:46 AM PDT

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