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Ok Obama’s Poor Debate: The Affirmative Action President Exposed.

October 6, 2012 by  
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(ThyBlackMan.com) If I were a part of the brain-dead racist herd of African-Americans who voted for President Obama solely because he is black and celebrated him winning the presidency, I would feel pretty betrayed and embarrassed by Obama’s debate performance. I mean, after all, we were told by the MSM and the Left that President Obama was all that and a bag of chips – the smartest man on the planet, a messiah, the one!

As it were, I am an unhyphenated American who happens to be black. I did not drink the Left’s racially sweetened Kool-Aid and vote for Obama. Upon studying the content of his character and comments he made to Joe the Plumber, I knew Obama was the wrong man, black or white, for America.

So all you blacks who voted for Obama should feel pretty betrayed. The Left submitted a far left racial empty-suit for your “first black president” and you fell for it. From the very beginning, the mainstream media exempted Obama from the usual vetting process of candidates seeking to be president of the  United States. To this day, after fours years into his reign of terror, we still know very little about this man.

In the political movie thriller, The Manchurian Candidate was brainwashed to be an assassin. Obama has been groomed to be the Left’s perfect teleprompter controlled front man for its Socialist/Progressive agenda. His black-skin suit of armor protects him from all opposition. Democrats orchestrated every appearance and his sycophant mainstream media lobbed President Obama softballs at every press conference.

But in an mano-a-mano live presidential debate, there was no place for Obama to hide his incompetence. The Democrats and MSM could do nothing to protect their unqualified Affirmative Action president and it was embarrassing.

This is why you should never promote people to positions in which they are not qualified in order to meet racial or gender quotas. Numerous black Americans are extremely qualified to be president of the United States. Barack Hussein Obama is not among them.

Free from the immoral slavery of feeling that I must rally around Obama no-matter-what because we share the same skin-color, I thoroughly enjoyed watching Mitt Romney kick Obama’s Socialist/Progressive derriere by simply articulating rock solid Conservatism. It was truly refreshing.

I am a black Conservative because I have witnessed, in my own family, the devastatingly negative effects of the tired old Democrat rhetoric articulated by their slick black empty-suit president. A large segment of my family is prematurely dead after spending their entire lives on government welfare – AIDs, drug abuse, alcoholism, serial out-of-wedlock births and prison. They had free food, housing and heath-care. Their lives should have been wonderful. Right? Wrong. They suffered hopeless, dreamless and wasted lives. Why? Because the Good Book says, “An idle mind is the Devil’s workshop.”

So Mr. Obama, gag me with your we-only-want-to-compassionately-give-the-poor-their-fair-share crap. Your creators and managers on the Left only care about addicting as many Americans as possible to government hand-outs – thus, giving your controllers behind the curtain ultimate power.

During the presidential debate Mr. Obama, Mitt Romney exposed you for the unqualified Affirmative Action Manchurian-ish president you truly are.

In the 70’s, there was a hit song titled, “Say It Loud, I’m Black and I’m Proud”. Folks, I am black and proud that I did NOT vote for Obama. Go Romney/Ryan!

Staff Writer; Lloyd Marcus

Chairman of The Campaign to Defeat Barack Obama.

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Lloyd is singer/songwriter of the American Tea Party Anthem and author of Confessions of a Black Conservative, foreword by Michele Malkin.



6 Responses to “Ok Obama’s Poor Debate: The Affirmative Action President Exposed.”
  1. john r gaither says:

    why chose an man , to vote for someone who have show everyone what he promotes american deserves all the painful methods that are happening and will happen , i also as an black man owe Obama no more that i owe anyone else and did not vote for him and his lies [along with the lying democratic party ] in 2008 the problem in 2008 i could not vote for Mccain either for the evil ways and damage that his party did to the american people [ i am an repubican ] same thing in 2012 nothing to vote for, either Obama or Romney will solve this nations problems and the american will either open their eyes to real soluntions or it going to get really bad in this nation the two party system has failed and sence WE the people are the ones who are going to suffer there are those of us who will fight for this country with any parther we can find they should join them

  2. hoodgirl says:

    DUDE, NO ya didn’t use Bootsy Collins name in vain. Make my funk the P-Funk, you know the rest. On a serious note, we need a business leader to guide this ship for all the reasons you stated ie. preserve educational opportunities and create a business friendly envirornment to get America working again with good paying full time jobs and benefits NOT part-time jobs with no opportunity for growth. Please don’t go there with character because, hand’s down, Romney is the clear winner just as he demonstrated Oct. 3.

  3. Bootsy Collins says:

    This dude is insane. It’s understandable that as a Black Conservative you would be a harsh critic of our President, but I didn’t think that one could be so dillusional. Let’s be honest here. There’s no one out there whose perfect for the job of President. In it’s essence the position is filled with gray area that call for decisions that have reprecussions b/c someone has a problem with it. I can’t stand when conservatives, especially blacks, only consider welfare, gov’t housing, and food stamps as gov’t assistance, like they never heard of Pell Grants and Sallie Mae. That in itself, calls for a “Nigga, please” moment. With all of our political elections in our country, we’re voting for the better of two evils in our opinions b/c the politics behind the process. I will admit I voted for Obama in 2008 b/c he was an intelligent, Black, and a family man (a model of a man that kids without an influential male figure could immulate). But your statement about “not knowing who Obama is” is a myth. Rep have done everything in their power(nothing short of lying) to expose him. But here we are on the eve of another election and having to choose again between two evils, and I have changed my reasons as to why I will vote for Obama again. #1: Romney is a shady character. From his business deals of the ’80s and ’90s to his flip-flopping on issues, he has definitely shown himself to be an empty suit. He is politician on the autioning block to the highest bidder. #2: Each candidate will have no choice in the matter of the deficit. It will increase btw now and 2016. But it can grow with some emphasis on enhancing our workforce by investing in education and innovation under Obama or it can revert back to Bush tax cuts with a few new tax cuts and gut of every program that will cripple the poor and middle class from progressing to the next class tier under Romney. #3: The plans are pretty clear under Obama but not so detailed under Romney. Romney has plan to do somethings that sound good but it either lacks realistic goals or lacks basic math when it comes to paying for which then contradicts his claims of cutting the deficit.

    So despite my reasons for my 2008 presidential vote, I put some real research into what’s the difference btw the two candidates this time around. It’s the choice btw two evils. At least my evil makes sure that the people I come in contact with on a daily basis is being considered when legislations are being sought after. I’m voting for Education and Innovation b/c the only thing that will bring America back is another Industrial Revolutions and a workforce smart enough to work in it.

  4. Ms, MoBetter says:

    WOW! I am actually at a lost for words.

  5. Patsy says:

    I cannot believe that I am reading an article like this one on a Black website! This author is a sell-out!!!

  6. Satchel says:

    I Have to say that the energy and effort you put into your work is to be admired. You however, are in a class of your own when it comes to keeping a straight face and being so passionate about being wrong.

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