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Why would it? Do you think the reason most blacks voted for our president was due to his political stance on anything, and if so what was it?

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Like Larry, I don't think that most black voters will be affected by any stance of Obama. Some will, but probably not many. We can only hope. For that matter white or Hispanic Obama voters from last time will probably not be affected by much he says or does.

The worst thing us anti-Obama folks have to worry about is the "none of the above" conservative voters staying at home or voting 3rd party. That is just as indefensible and illogical as Blacks voting for Obama no matter what, since it obviously contributes to Obama's success in the election coming. We can only pray that an offsetting number of likely Obama voters will become complacent and fail to vote.
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From the stats I see on Obama's election in 08 to the Presidency, it was the white woman's vote that put him over the top.
Note that he is once again courting the white woman's vote in the "red states" and promising them the moon.

Have you noted that Oprah has not been campaigning for the Chicago "street organizer"? Fox news reported that Oprah was not allowed back into the WH after the election because she was "too fat" and did not meet Mrs. Obama's criteria for her enter circle of friends. I wonder if Mrs. O has not seen her own posterior lately....Seems the WH kitchen gets a better choice of meat than McDonald's.

If Romney does not turn on the white woman in this country any better than John McCain, look for a 4 year repeat of Joe Biden's literary analynises...... Remember "Slick Willy"?

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Like the Jews will still support the dems in spite of their selling out Israel neither will the AA turn over gay marriage.

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http://www.baltimoresun.com/news/breaking/bs-md-naacp-marriage-equality-20120519,0,737119.story

No surprise here.  The Democratic Party has been taking them for granted for years, and they just go along with it, whether they agree or not.

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Nope most of us didn't vote for him because of any of his stances in the beginning. That is not likely to change. More bluntly it will not change.

Sad but unfortunately its true.

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Nope most of us didn't vote for him because of any of his stances in the beginning. That is not likely to change. More bluntly it will not change.

Sad but unfortunately its true.

Are you saying you shouldn't but WILL vote for him?

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Nope most of us didn't vote for him because of any of his stances in the beginning. That is not likely to change. More bluntly it will not change.

Sad but unfortunately its true.

Are you saying you shouldn't but WILL vote for him?

Oh me no probably not.

When I said "us" I meant us as black people. I didn't vote for Obama in the first election, mainly because I didn't vote at all that time around.

While I identify more with conservatism I don't like Romeny too much. Now if he got a good vp candidate Paul Ryan (well he is kind of young), Micth Daniels or even Director General Patreaus, that would seal my vote to right.

As of now I'm undecided. I'm not too crazy about another four years of Obama.

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What about Rubio? Seems like he is getting the media's attention lately.

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What about Rubio? Seems like he is getting the media's attention lately.

I admit I am not too familiar with the senator from Florida. I would have to do soem more research on him. That's weird I've been watching the news every day (admitedly late at night) and haven't caught him yet.

In any event as a Catholic I think Rubio will be a better VP than Biden. After supporting Obamacare I personally have lost what little resect I had for Biden.

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What about Rubio? Seems like he is getting the media's attention lately.


I admit I am not too familiar with the senator from Florida. I would have to do soem more research on him. That's weird I've been watching the news every day (admitedly late at night) and haven't caught him yet.

In any event as a Catholic I think Rubio will be a better VP than Biden. After supporting Obamacare I personally have lost what little resect I had for Biden.


I found this link, but don't know anything about them:

http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2012/04/06/mitt-romney-s-top-five-vice-president-options-from-marco-rubio-to-paul-ryan.html