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HappyMammaof2

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Obama has admitted that he sold drugs.

...and that he and his wife went to flag burning ceremonies because they don't like what the flag stands for, and that he wants a civil military, and that would like to change the national anthem, and that America needs apologizing for to the world, and.......
 
The list goes on and on and on and on and on and on and on....
 
We wont find out the truth until it's too late.

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Obama has admitted that he sold drugs.
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I'd like to find out if he was an illegal ---- drug seller and by the photo above, user!

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Obama has something in him that makes his magic...that's for sure.

I am still waiting to find out if he is even a LEGAL US citizen.

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Obama has something in him that makes his magic...that's for sure.

I am still waiting to find out if he is even a LEGAL US citizen.


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“It cannot be emphasized too clearly and too often that this nation was founded, not by religionists, but by Christians; not on religion, but on the gospel of Jesus Christ. For this very reason, peoples of other faiths have been afforded asylum, prosperity, and freedom of worship here.” ~ Patrick Henry [May 1765 Speech to the House of Burgesses]
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Obama's gotten a pass on being vetted by the media. That's yet to come and when the honeymoon is over, it will most certainly come. Just wait until he's forced to answer these questions. Let's see---he heads up passing a bill that Blago wanted, Blago puts his guys on this board that pressure medical executives for campaign contributions and several of the Board members soon afterwards give Obama $15,500 in campaign contributions.

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A candidate for the Republican National Committee chairmanship said Friday the CD he sent committee members for Christmas -- which included a song titled "Barack the Magic Negro" -- was clearly intended as a joke.

"I think most people recognize political satire when they see it," Tennessee Republican Chip Saltsman told CNN. "I think RNC members understand that."

The song, set to the tune of "Puff the Magic Dragon," was first played on conservative political commentator Rush Limbaugh's radio show in 2007.

Its title was drawn from a Los Angeles Times column that suggested President-elect Barack Obama appealed to those who feel guilty about the nation's history of mistreatment of African-Americans. Saltsman said the song, penned by his longtime friend Paul Shanklin, should be easily recognized as satire directed at the Times.

The CD sent to RNC members, first reported by The Hill on Friday, is titled "We Hate the USA" and also includes songs referencing former presidential candidate John Edwards and the Rev. Jeremiah Wright, among other targets.

According to The Hill, other song titles, some of which were in bold font, were: "John Edwards' Poverty Tour," "Wright place, wrong pastor," "Love Client #9," "Ivory and Ebony" and "The Star Spanglish Banner."

Saltsman was national campaign manager for former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee's presidential bid in 2007 and 2008. Before that, he held a variety of posts, including a number of positions under former Sen. Bill Frist of Tennessee.



Too funny! Barak the magic negro. That cuts me up.
Now that's America! That's freedom of speech.
That's a negro being treated equally!

Political satire.


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