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funmo

GOD pikin!
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Won Iowa's caucus? For shizzle meeeen. I am still in shock.

America has changed o. Wooooooohoooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo!!
 

Hubscrown

Well-Known Member
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Obama and Clinton are my favorite but Obama has a better chance of running again and winning with no problem than Hillary ever consider herself a candidate if she ever flop this one. And by the time Obama runs again, he would have gained more experience and well recognized than how he is now.. Obama being a president now just seem flimsy and unreliable.
 

sarah

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good news but before he is elected let him develop his grandmas home vilage in kenya first which looks pathetic, he shouldnt forget his roots i had the priviledge of visiting his fathers village last year in Kenya, its really in sad state all the same Viva Obama!
 

sidney

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good news but before he is elected let him develop his grandmas home vilage in kenya first which looks pathetic, he shouldnt forget his roots i had the priviledge of visiting his fathers village last year in Kenya, its really in sad state all the same Viva Obama!
So let me understand what you are saying....

A man who was raised by his American mother and maternal grandparents, because his Kenyan father esentially abandoned him, should now go a fix that same village of the abandonning father before he is possibly elected the first black President in US history?


ok............ :rolleyes:
 

KikisMuffin

I no get ya time!!
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So let me understand what you are saying....

A man who was raised by his American mother and maternal grandparents, because his Kenyan father esentially abandoned him, should now go a fix that same village of the abandonning father before he is possibly elected the first black President in US history?


ok............ :rolleyes:
LOL!
 

leoghana

Active Member
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Great day for America.New Hampshire would be a challenge.Hillary would fight like a tiger. They would attempt to rough him up. It would be ugly.I give her a 3-1 chance of winning the nomination and possibly the presidency and Obama a 6-2 chance. It's a tall order. But he might make it..



Did any of you watch Obama's victory speech last night? What a speech?! My God! Regardless of what happens on January 8 and super duper Tuesday(Feb.5),one thing is certain.Barack Hussein Obama is the future of American politics.
 

Eee

Well-Known Member
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Obama and Clinton are my favorite but Obama has a better chance of running again and winning with no problem than Hillary ever consider herself a candidate if she ever flop this one. And by the time Obama runs again, he would have gained more experience and well recognized than how he is now.. Obama being a president now just seem flimsy and unreliable.
The absurdity of this post!Is the bolded line what u're basing your voting on?I mean it doesn't matter who u vote for, but if the bolded line is what u're basing ur vote on, then I shake my head at you.Golly
 

sarah

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So let me understand what you are saying....

A man who was raised by his American mother and maternal grandparents, because his Kenyan father esentially abandoned him, should now go a fix that same village of the abandonning father before he is possibly elected the first black President in US history?


ok............ :rolleyes:
yes he visited the village in 2006 which means he still values his kenyan roots i only said he could do more he still has his cousins, relatives etc anyway i know what am talking about i was only expressing my opinion.:)
 

sidney

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yes he visited the village in 2006 which means he still values his kenyan roots i only said he could do more he still has his cousins, relatives etc anyway i know what am talking about i was only expressing my opinion.:)
@ bold: Yes, he does.

I feel he owes more to the family that took time and love to raise a muti-racial child in the 60s when racial tensions were at their height in American society. Think about it. His mother's family, not only accepted and embraced their daughter marrying a black man, but an African!! All in the 1960s, when inter-racial marriages were not universally accepted. While his father left, not returning to see his son but once!

Barack, on his own, searched for his roots. Even though he was raised with limited African culture. Or whatever could be found in Hawaii and Thailand, the main places he was raised. To me, that is amazing enough. The shear fact that he embraced that side of his heritage, openly, with no hesitation, especially given his father's abandonment, is a testament to his upbringing and his ethics.

@ blue: Did you read his book, "Dreams Of My Father"? I did. I'm not attacking or picking on you, but many, many people who grew up with a story like his, would only mention their African heritage as a side note, if at all. The sheer fact that he openly embraces Kenya and his Kenyan culture should be enough.

He doesn't need to fix up a village..
 

Abike

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@ Highlighted, how so? I agreed with everything up to that point in your statements...



Obama and Clinton are my favorite but Obama has a better chance of running again and winning with no problem than Hillary ever consider herself a candidate if she ever flop this one. And by the time Obama runs again, he would have gained more experience and well recognized than how he is now.. Obama being a president now just seem flimsy and unreliable.
 

Abike

Well-Known Member
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Go and read his first book....it'll give you a glimpse into who he is, where he came from, and why he has no obligations to fix up any fillage related to im papa!



good news but before he is elected let him develop his grandmas home vilage in kenya first which looks pathetic, he shouldnt forget his roots i had the priviledge of visiting his fathers village last year in Kenya, its really in sad state all the same Viva Obama!
 

Field Marshal

ABSOLUTE SUPREME RULER
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good news but before he is elected let him develop his grandmas home vilage in kenya first which looks pathetic, he shouldnt forget his roots i had the priviledge of visiting his fathers village last year in Kenya, its really in sad state all the same Viva Obama!
If he does any of those things now, America will see him as a Kenyan, and African and he will lose the nomination and Presidency. In short that will be the end of his dream to be a President. Period! He may fix his grand parents’ home, even his entire province after (two 4yr terms) he leaves office. In short for all I care, he should even move back to Kenya after his second term, but not before he leave’s office.
 
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