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Will THIS be our next First Lady?

August 24th, 2008 . by TexasFred

“for the first time in my adult lifetime,
I am really proud of my country.”

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30 Responses to “Will THIS be our next First Lady?”

  1. comment number 1 by: Bloviating Zeppelin

    Heavy sigh. Part of the Professional Victim/Blame America First crowd.


  2. comment number 2 by: Ranando

    That right there is living proof that the Indian f-cked the Buffalo.

  3. comment number 3 by: Robert

    For the first time in my adult life I am worried that Radical Muslim Sympathizer will occupy the White House. I am worried that our first lady if it is Michelle Obama will spend more time railing against whitey than trying to find solutions to real problems. I am worried that the racist black man might be the most powerful man in the free world when he can’t even state his positions on ANYTHING. He waffles more than John Kerry ever did.

    And Ranando…. Damn.. LMAO

  4. comment number 4 by: TexasFred

    Damn, Ranando gets *Comment of the Day* for that one…

  5. comment number 5 by: Katie

    You could call her the First Nappy Headed Ho.

  6. comment number 6 by: Tish

    Wow. I’m speechless.

  7. comment number 7 by: Jo

    Ok..Ranando got me that time..damn near choked to death on my ginger ale ! And yeah….what Katie said, too :-)
    I do not trust that female impersonator one bit. Not to mention her vile attitude when it comes to Hillary. She is not a nice person, period. Just a whiny damn hypocrite .

  8. comment number 8 by: cary - Botan Ichihara

    Will THIS be our next First Lady?

    Lord, I sure hope not…

  9. comment number 9 by: Carl

    If Barack Obama is elected, I expect many parallels in regards to Michelle Obama and Hillary Clinton both as first lady (and I use the term “lady” very loosely) and post Obama presidency. She’ll probably get elected to the Senate from Illinois and run for the Democratic nod for POTUS and lose due to her large national negatives just as Hillary Clinton.

    Another reason among so many why I’m voting for McCain.

  10. comment number 10 by: Tish

    Why such the “hoopla” over Michelle?

    Frankly I haven’t paid much attention to her other than what is negatively shown by the media.

    What bothers people the most about Michelle?

    Is it that she’s a woman? Is it that she’s Black? Is it her strong personality?

    Ho’s, lack of being a “lady” by some definitions.

    I guess I’m just curious to try and see her through the eyes of others. She and I have two things in common, so maybe I’m biased.

  11. comment number 11 by: cary - Botan Ichihara

    Two things in common?

    Let me guess - you live in a house you bought with help from your buddy Rezko, and until recently you haven’t been proud of the United States?


    How about: You make over a million a year and try to pass yourself off as the common man, and you have attended the same church for twenty years while never listening to a word the pastor said?

    Still not it?

    How about you hate the white man for no reason other than he’s white, and you regret and are very proud and ashamed (all at the same time) of your Princeton education?

    Hmm - how about the facts that you are a lawyer and you are married to a politician?

    OK, I give up - what two things do you have in common with Michelle Obama?

  12. comment number 12 by: TexasFred

    Tish, you’re a hell of a lot smarter than Michelle Obama…

    You didn’t marry Barack… :P

  13. comment number 13 by: Tish

    Well I’m not a Barack supporter or fan for that matter. I don’t like to see race enter in to politics, even though it seems this election is marred by such.

    Botan I think it’s very presumptuous of your to state:

    “How about you hate the white man for no reason other than he’s white, and you regret and are very proud and ashamed (all at the same time) of your Princeton education?”

    How can you make this claim? Those are very bold statements, and I think it’s unfair of you to assume such. Has Michelle said this?

    Here we are again at race…you claiming she hates the “white man”, could I attest that you hate black women, from that statement alone? No.

    Now if you just don’t like a person you don’t like a person, but don’t let it be based on race and other such things.

    I get your sarcasm, truly I do. But I believe it is ideologies such as yours that keep us stuck in this mud that revolves around race.

    I think these are things you despise her for, we judge, which humans will do, but when we disguise some of our hate under the blanket of such examples that you have given…that’s when I’m a bit disturbed.

    Fred, glad the site is back up, and you’ve resolved your server issues! :)

  14. comment number 14 by: Kate

    Jeeeez Fred! I just had lunch! Now I’m gonna have to hunt down the Pepto!

  15. comment number 15 by: cary - Botan Ichihara

    I don’t like to see race enter politics, either, but these two keep throwing down their race card.

    And I didn’t state that she hates the white man, she is letting it be true by not condemning Rev. Wright’s documented speeches. Since she followed Wright, it is assumed that she believes the same.

    I have yet to judge anyone on the color of their skin, I let their actions (or lack thereof) do the judging for me. If I don’t like a person, I just don’t hang around them or deal with them.

    By the way, it is not MY ideologies that is keeping us stuck in the mud of racism.

  16. comment number 16 by: Kate

    Wait a minute….you mean…..she’s …….. BLACK? Dang! I honestly hadn’t noticed! hmmm….

  17. comment number 17 by: Tish

    Just because one attends a church does not mean they adhere to every thing one’s Pastor believes in.

    When you choose a place of worship it is to hear the Gospel, the Word, and as long as your Pastor is doing such than it doesn’t mean you agree always with their stance on personal issues.

    As a PK (pastors kid) I can state for a fact that congregants aren’t always going to agree with the leadership. But your religious worship has nothing to do to with your pastors political and social affiliations. That’s just bogus to believe such.

    Then you hate Black women by not liking Michelle O. is like your statement of her hating white people because of Rev. Wright.

    It seems overly critical of you to slam Michelle O in a different light than you would slam someone else.

    With some of your examples you should make sure that if you do attend church that you find out all your Pastor’s affiliations, lest you have assumptions put on you that you are his follower.

    Christians follow that of Christ and the Bible. Not that of there Pastor’s personal beliefs. I had a Pastor whom was more opinionated that I felt he should have been when it came to some social agendas but when it came to teaching and preaching the doctrine of my church, he did such and that’s why I attend services. Not for that man…but for Christ.

    But I’m to let bygones be bygones. Open debate is always healthy.

    I’m off to my job…pray for me. :)

  18. comment number 18 by: TexasFred

    comment number 17 by: Tish
    Today at 12:23 pm (6 minutes ago)

    Just because one attends a church does not mean they adhere to every thing one’s Pastor believes in.

    Here is the only part I can disagree with… If you don’t support AND agree with the words of YOUR Pastor, and you keep on attending HIS church, for over 20 years, that speaks volumes to me… And I personally believe she and Obama himself both believed EVERY word…

    And if Obama wasn’t running for POTUS they would BOTH still be there on the *Amen Pew*…

  19. comment number 19 by: Tish

    Not HIS church (Rev. Wright), it’s the Lord’s Church.

    I’ll go with your opinion that you believe they agreed with his every word. All I can go off of is their saying different.

    I don’t think one has to change their place of worship just to appeal to the masses. They were at church for worship, a church comprised up or more than Rev. Wright. It’s possible to prefer a style of preaching or respect a person for his teaching of doctrine and not get involved with his personal, beliefs. This is possible.

    People stay at their particular churches for many reasons…it’s not just something that you do to uproot yourself from a congregation, because you are there for more than one reason.

  20. comment number 20 by: TexasFred

    Might BE the Lord’s church but look at the asshole running it…

    Sorry Tish, we will have to agree to disagree… 20 years of shouting AMEN to Wright’s rants CAN NOT be interpreted as anything other than agreement…

  21. comment number 21 by: pat houseworth

    And many think Hillary is a bitch(and I concur), but she can’t hold a candle to this racist arsewad.

  22. comment number 22 by: cary - Botan Ichihara

    If and when my pastor starts going off the Bible and preaching anything but the word, then I leave the church and find another fellowship where they stick to the Bible. I have done it before, I may have to do it in the future (although I certainly hope not), but any thinking Christian would do the same - tell me YOU wouldn’t leave if your preacher started saying “God DAMN America” from the pulpit, Tish?

    Yes, I am there for the Lord, but the Lord will lead me to a different teacher if this one starts going off and spouting his own theology.

  23. comment number 23 by: Kate

    Tish, I have changed church affiliation a few times. Other than being ’sprinkled’ as a baby in the Lutheran church, I was a member of the Presbyterian, until they started the pro abortion crap. I floundered around, rejoined the Lutheran, WELS, and found myself out numbered by liberals, who evidently didn’t think the Bible was the Word of God! I left that church too. I’m now a member of a small church that even the pastor has said, “If the association starts leaving the Word, this church will leave the association!”

    Yes, it really DOES matter.

  24. comment number 24 by: Tish

    I understand Kate, but from the Rev. Wright (scandal) there has bee much more than just what Rev. Wight has said, the Black church as a whole has been attacked and portrayed in a negative light, not deserving of all churches. That’s my biggest beef with taking a sample of someone and running with it to produce mass hysteria.

    But all disagreements aside, I’m open minded and I “hear you all”.

  25. comment number 25 by: TexasFred

    The BLACK Church?? No one mentioned that this was a BLACK Church…

    And for damn sure it wasn’t attacked HERE…

    EDIT: Let me correct that just a bit… It WAS attacked here, but NOT because it was BLACK, it was attacked here because it was WRONG, and I don’t care WHAT color it was…

    I don’t give a damn WHAT the religious affiliation is, I don’t care if it’s Christian or Jewish, if it’s wrong, it’s wrong, and Wright was wrong… NO pun intended…

  26. comment number 26 by: Kate

    I disagree Tish. It’s not “black” church, it’s not “white” church. It’s GOD’S church. If the church leaders don’t follow the Word, then it’s not really a church at all…. at least not in my understanding. Wright spewed venom. Phlegar spewed idiocy. Plain and simple. I don’t care what color either one is, what color the congregation, it doesn’t matter.

    Content of character!! And character doesn’t have a color!

  27. comment number 27 by: TexasFred

    I don’t think I have been so disappointed with a comment maker is a long time, I really thought Tish was above playing that card…

    And Kate, you hit it on the head, Content of character!! And character doesn’t have a color!

  28. comment number 28 by: Kate

    :) Thank you sir!

    Tish, I went looking for something last night, and found this:

    2 Thessalonians 3:6 Now we command you, brethren, in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ, that ye withdraw yourselves from every brother that walketh disorderly, and not after the tradition which he received of us.

    I don’t know if that helps as an explanation of why some of us are more than just a tad baffled by B. Hussein’s actions in staying in the church, and your defense of it, but I hope it’ll give ya a small insight? :?

  29. comment number 29 by: BobF

    As far as Rev Wright

    2 Corinthians 11: 13-15 For such are false apostles, deceitful workers, transforming themselves into the apostles of Christ. And no marvel; for Satan himself is transformed into an angel of light. Therefore it is no great thing if his ministers also be transformed as the ministers of righteousness; whose end shall be according to their works.

  30. comment number 30 by: Kate

    THAT’S what I was looking for! :) Thanks!

    (it was late, I was sleepy)