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obama is a RACIST

Discussion in 'Politics, Elections & Legislation' started by brigade, Aug 24, 2009.

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  1. brigade

    brigade TS Member

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    obama is a racist. Glen Beck is right...Ed
     
  2. ismah

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    Glen Beck is a blithering moron. This is where he gets most of his information. How can you respect man that cries on national television?
     
  3. Milkbone

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    Looks like the liberal idiots like ismah have a new focus for their hatred- I guess they grew tired of Sarah. Glen must be doing something RIGHT.
     
  4. Shooting Coach

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    I thought only the White Man could be racist. LOL
     
  5. slic lee

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    A man does anything he wants anywhere he wants. Lee
     
  6. porky

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    Think of the issue recently with the white cop in Boston arresting the black professor with other black officers. Think of the things that Obama said about that. Then think about if he is a racist. Just because he retracted his racist comments, it doesn't change the things he said. Think of the Church and the philosophies that he adhered to prior to running for president. They were extrememly racist. What has changed?
     
  7. brigade

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    Git-ER-Done

    You just Got-ER-Done..... You are absolutely RIGHT. Ed
     
  8. stokinpls

    stokinpls Well-Known Member

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    When will you and I be scheduled? At least they won't waterboard us?

    This guy makes Bush look like a choir boy.


    "Obama approves White House-supervised interrogation unit
    By: STEVEN R. HURST and DEVLIN BARRETT
    Associated Press
    August 24, 2009

    WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama (Il Duce) has approved creation of a new, special terrorism-era interrogation unit to be supervised by the White House, a top aide said Monday, further distancing his administration from President George W. Bush's detainee policies.

    The new unit does not mean the CIA is now out of the interrogation business, deputy White House press secretary Bill Burton told reporters covering the vacationing Obama at Oak Bluffs on Martha's Vineyard, Mass.

    Burton said the unit will include "all these different elements under one group," and it said that it will be situated at the FBI headquarters in Washington. The unit would be led by an FBI official, with a deputy director from somewhere in the government's vast intelligence apparatus, and members from across agencies. It will be directly supervised by the White House.

    Separately, Burton said that a recommendation now before Attorney General Eric Holder to reopen and pursue prisoner abuse cases is a decision solely for Holder to make without any intervention from the president.

    The structure of the new unit the White House is creating would depart significantly from such work under the previous administration, when the CIA had the lead and sometimes exclusive role in questioning al-Qaida suspects.

    Obama campaigned vigorously against Bush's interrogation policies in his successful run for the presidency. He has said more recently he didn't particularly favor prosecuting Bush administration officials in connection with instances of prisoner abuse. Obama still believes "we should be looking forward, not backward," Burton said Monday.

    Nonetheless, the spokesman added, Obama believes the attorney general should be fully independent from the White House and he has full faith in Holder to make the decision on whether to reopen several such cases with an eye toward possible criminal prosecution. "He ultimately is going to make the decisions," Burton said of Holder.

    CIA Director Leon Panetta said in an e-mail message to agency employees Monday that he intends "to stand up for those officers who did what their country asked and who followed the legal guidance they were given. That is the president's position, too," he said.

    Panetta said some CIA officers have been disciplined within the agency for going beyond the methods approved for interrogations by the Bush-era Justice Department. Just one CIA employee_ contractor David Passaro_ has ever been prosecuted for detainee abuse.

    A U.S. intelligence official said earlier that the CIA welcomed the new interrogation unit, saying the agency does not want to be in the long-term detention business. The official spoke on grounds of anonymity because he was not authorized to discuss it publicly.

    Obama campaigned vigorously against President George W. Bush's interrogation policies in his successful run for the presidency. He has said more recently he didn't particularly favor prosecuting Bush administration officials in connection with instances of prisoner abuse. But the issue now before Holder for consideration would have the new administration do precisely that: reopen several such cases with an eye toward possible criminal prosecution.

    A government official confirmed to The AP the recommendation of Justice's ethics office on grounds of anonymity, citing the internal legal deliberations and indicating they remain ongoing.

    Obama created task forces to study U.S. policy and practices on handling terrorism captives shortly after taking office. Obama has vowed to close the Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, military prison by next year, hoping to free those prisoners against whom there is no case, to transfer others to the custody of other countries and to put still others on trial, ending their condition of limbo in the U.S. brig.

    The new interrogation unit will be known by the acronym HIG, and more information was to be made public later Monday.

    The new group and new directives to rely solely on the Army Field Manual when interrogating prisoners is an attempt by the administration to separate itself from allegations that the previous administration tortured some prisoners. While the practice of waterboarding — simulated drowning — already has been banned, the directive to stick only to procedures in the field manual means other harsh tactics, such as subjecting prisoners to loud music for long periods and sleep deprivation, are also now a thing of the past.

    The administration was publicly confirming the new interrogation unit on the same day that the CIA inspector general was to unveil a report on Bush administration handling of suspects. Details were expected to show that highly questionable tactics were used.

    Subjecting prisoner abuse cases to a new review and possible prosecution could expose CIA employees and agency contractors to criminal prosecution for the alleged mistreatment of terror suspects in the years after the Sept. 11 attacks.

    Holder reportedly reacted with disgust when he first read accounts of prisoner abuse earlier this year in a classified version of the IG report. And the Justice report is said to reveal how interrogators conducted mock executions and threatened at least one man with a gun and a power drill. Threatening a prisoner with death violates U.S. anti-torture laws.

    A federal judge has ordered the IG report made public Monday, in response to a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit filed by the American Civil Liberties Union.

    A CIA spokesman, Paul Gimigliano, told the Times that the recommendation to reopen the cases had not been sent to the agency.

    The accounts of the White House-supervised interrogation unit and the ethics recommendation to Holder were first reported, respectively, by The Washington Post and The New York Times."
     
  9. over/under

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    Or when his policies start to fail. Last week the OBC (Obama broadcasting Company) socialism the new N word. Plays the race card when he is losing or slipping in the polls.
     
  10. ou.3200

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    Break the boycott of the sponsors of Glenn Beck. Go to the support Glenn Beck website and write to the sponsors who have pulled out voicing your displeasure of their lack of support for free speech. Ask them if they pulled advertisements from CNN, CNBC, and others when they attacked Sarah Palin, her family and others not on their side of the political spectrum.
     
  11. bigdogtx

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    ou.3200,,,,you are exactly correct, but everyone is 'afraid' of the R word.

    From the Fox article, "The Clorox Co., a former Beck advertiser, now says that "we do not want to be associated with inflammatory speech used by either liberal or conservative talk show hosts." The maker of bleach and household cleaners said in a statement that it has decided not to advertise on political talk shows."

    What about the CBS, NBC, ABC, CNN, MSNBC, etc.??? What are their new shows but "political talk shows"???
     
  12. nsrailroad

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    Dumbing down of america!!
     
  13. Fathawk

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    Glenn Beck is a moron, a race baiter (not to mention a racist), and anyone who believes a word he says seriously needs to take a time out and think about thier lives.

    C'mon guys, someone who alludes to assasinating the POTUS? Even you all should be able to see how wrong that is.





    Oh, never mind, I can see the steam now. Forget I said that, just let it go and worship your false prophet.
     
  14. brigade

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    obama is a RACIST, period. Ed
     
  15. stokinpls

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    Was it wrong when the did it to Bush? They had a book and TV special about his assassination. Don't remember you complaining. Guess you thought they were joking, right?

    Beck does blither, but to call him a idiot puts him in some intresting company, on both sides. He doesn't sound much different than Howard Dean or Carville.
     
  16. SirMissalott

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    I would have to think if an African American ( that term only applies to people living in this country born in Africa ) can stand in front of the naacp and refer to all the white SOB's he's had to face in his life, it could be construed that said African American has some racist leanings.
     
  17. Fathawk

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    stockinpls,

    I can honsetly, hand to the sky, say I never did anything of the such. So, saying that I think you should maybe provide some links to back up your statements about "they".
     
  18. Milkbone

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    Glen Beck is great, the way he brings out the bile of the liberal twits like fatbird proves it. Anybody who torments babbling liberal retards is OK in my book.

    Oh, yea, Obammmmmma is a racist- the way he jumped to the defense of that Harvard negro without knowing any facts except that the police officer was white proves it.
     
  19. halfmile

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    umm....lemme see........umm we got Glenn Beck here on this side....and over here is some guy callin himself chubby Crow....don't have a TV show, or enough brain cells to create a body temperature........

    I'M WITH BECK ON THIS ONE

    HM
     
  20. Bushmaster1313

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    Then candidate Obama called the grandmother who raised him "a typical white person".

    Racist, an ingrate, and no respect for age, family or motherhood.

    He also appointed an Attorney General who is investigating the CIA for interrogating terrorists.

    What gives?

    Lou
     
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