Sunday, November 9, 2008

Simply Put

I wonder how much of the current talk in the tin foil hat crowd about the negative aspects of the Obama Presidency stems from genuine concern about the future of the Republic and how much stems from simple bigotry?

4 comments:

Rogue Ghost said...

To be honest, I don't know if I fall into that crowd or not... but for me it is genuine concern.

cfloersch said...

I'm sure there is a bit of bigotry in everyone no matter their color, age, etc. Its a matter of degree of course.

For me though it is more baesd on his stated policies. And then the fact that I am distrustful of the federal government to begin with regardless of party or policies. I doubt seriously I would be any less concerned had McCain been elected.

BigBear said...

The survival movement was just to the point of being taken seriously then President Obama comes along and we degrade back into a band of klan members having a bitch session over a cup of coffee. Now we just look like a bunch of white power freaks hiding in the woods. If you want to be taken seriously stop with the bigoted tone and for gods sakes stop calling him "Obammy".

irishdutchuncle said...

my parents didn't raise me to be a biggot. i had to learn on the job, and in school, and white people don't have a monopoly on racism.