One Good American: “I Didn’t Vote For Him [Obama]”

In response to the President’s comments which labeled him and his local colleagues as people who behave “stupidly,” Sgt. Crowley says that he will not apologize to Gates.  He also implies how unimportant Obama’s opinion is of him by asserting he did not vote for him.

Doing a complete flip; however, Police in Cambridge, Mass. are now demanding the apology – but from the President himself.  Among the department is a Black officer who supports the arrest of Gates as he was there to witness what actually happened.  Miraculously, Gates has neighbors that witnessed the event, too and err on the side of the officer given what he saw as well.

Meanwhile, the Obama staff has done a complete turnaround with the media.  Suddenly, it is fashionable for Gibbs to blame the media of obsession for prolonging the story.

In other words, can’t we just make this go away!?

These guys should try being Sarah Palin for just one day.

My take on this focuses more on the response by commenters on youtube and Facebook who are expressing sorrow for casting their vote for the beloved one after being convinced of Obama’s bias to this incident by his rushing to judgment without knowing all the facts (as he has admitted).

My surprise is that Obama has exuded signs of racial activism since his days in the Illinois legislature.  We all know he went to a church and listened to the sermons of Wright and Pleger for many years before suddenly resigning in the same year he was running for President.

NOW America is noticing?  Proof that Mr. Gibbs better watch his mouth with regard to the media as it was that same enterprise that sent over half of the voters into voting booths pulling levers as a bunch of drugged monkies.

If indeed Al Queda ever had reason to laugh at us, this is the time.

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22 thoughts on “One Good American: “I Didn’t Vote For Him [Obama]”

  1. “These guys should try being Sarah Palin for just one day.”

    They could not handle one day. I don’t think could handle 2 hours.

  2. I heard an excellent commentator discussion the other day, in which one of the African American commentators involved said, “America is post-racial. Barack Obama is not.”

    It makes so much sense, really. And seems to explain quite a lot.

    Another commentator described Obama not as “anti-American”, but as “post-American.” Which also makes a lot of sense.

  3. The black community does much more harm than good when it comes to racial relations. They want to constantly play the victim. It is all about their race. Its always about slavery that hasn’t existed since the 1800s and discrimination that really hasn’t existed since 1964. If they would stop blaming white America for every wrong in their own lives then maybe we would be beyond this period of race baiting.

  4. WTF? It’s almost hard to believe that you people are eating this garbage up. So, because this guy voted for McCain (who according to you isn’t a real republican), he’s a good American? What does that make the 70 million who made the opposite choice? And for that matter, what does that make James Crowley, who said he supports the President, 110%?

    And by the way, anyone who arrests you outside your own home after you’ve proved you’re the rightful owner instead of apologizing profusely and leaving, IS acting stupidly. I don’t think it was Obama’s place to point that out, but I agree 100%…

  5. “I am on a real roll this week and its only Tuesday.”

    What’s really hilarious is the fact that you’re a gay conservative and somehow I’m the traitor…

  6. “What’s really hilarious is the fact that you’re a gay conservative and somehow I’m the traitor…”

    That was a low blow and you know it, Robert.

  7. “And for that matter, what does that make James Crowley, who said he supports the President, 110%?”

    Actually, he REALLY said he didn’t vote for Obama. Check it again.

  8. “Actually, he REALLY said he didn’t vote for Obama. Check it again.”

    I heard him. I also heard, in the same video, that he supports the President, 110%.

  9. “That was a low blow and you know it, Robert.”

    Yeah, it was. So is the fact John seems to think that everyone who disagrees with conservative principles is a traitor.

  10. “What’s really hilarious is the fact that you’re a gay conservative and somehow I’m the traitor…”

    Ironic. Isn’t it?

  11. Going after someone’s politics and going after them personally are two different things. If he calls you a traitor because of who you voted for, you don’t go after him personally–you try to rebut his comment.

    The one thing I absolutely will not stand for is the mere inference that any gay conservative is some kind of self-loathing closet case. It’s not funny, nor is it fair.

  12. It’s Wednesday and this exciting week rolls on.

    Robert if you call me an idiot then prepare for a response. If you want to dish it out then you have to take it.

    I am so not a closet case. If I had a dollar bill for all the things I’ve done then Mt. Everest would look like an ant hill.

  13. “If he calls you a traitor because of who you voted for, you don’t go after him personally–you try to rebut his comment.”

    I did, and my comment has more basis in fact than his did. To be a member of a party who hates you for who you are, uses your lifestyle as a wedge issue, and seeks to deny you the same rights us heteros have seems a bit traitorous to me, considering the fact liberals have fought and died for equal rights and equal protection under the law. That being said, I can appreciate that your sexual orientation is not the only thing that goes into your political considerations, I’m merely making an observation. It would appear that I made a valid one based on your reaction…

    “The one thing I absolutely will not stand for is the mere inference that any gay conservative is some kind of self-loathing closet case.”

    I never called anyone a self hater, nor will I presume to now. I can’t be held responsible for you drawing an inference from something which I did not imply. If this is another case of righteous indignation for the sake of righteous indignation, leave me out of it please.

  14. “To be a member of a party who hates you for who you are, uses your lifestyle as a wedge issue, and seeks to deny you the same rights us heteros have seems a bit traitorous to me, considering the fact liberals have fought and died for equal rights and equal protection under the law.”

    Oh, horseshit. Are you seriously going to tell me that Democrats don’t use gay rights as a wedge issue? Do you really think those guys now care one whit about equality, be it racial or gender? They talk a good game, but they are not interested in doing what’s right because it would take away all the creature comforts they have. Can you really see affirmative action being extended to political ideals? Hell no. Can you imagine someone like Jack Murtha being okay with one of his kids being passed up for a spot at an ivy league school so that affirmative action can be followed? Do you really think Ted Kennedy would have taken it quietly if one of his kids were denied the same thing? How ’bout Schumer, or Clinton, or Pelosi? Not one of them would take something like that quietly. But it’s okay for you and I to deal with it because we’re not practically royalty.

    “I never called anyone a self hater, nor will I presume to now.”

    You already did. By suggesting that we’re traitors to the gay community you just joined the rank and file of those who tell us that what we believe and say is akin to a Jew calling himself a Nazi. Don’t go there.

  15. “To be a member of a party who hates you for who you are, uses your lifestyle as a wedge issue, and seeks to deny you the same rights us heteros have seems a bit traitorous to me, considering the fact liberals have fought and died for equal rights and equal protection under the law.”

    You are assuming all Republicans and Conservatives share these views. Many do. Some do not. I believe change comes from within. Inside pressure works better than outside pressure.

  16. “You are assuming all Republicans and Conservatives share these views. Many do. Some do not”

    Which means most do. At least you’re honest about it.

    ” I believe change comes from within. Inside pressure works better than outside pressure.”

    That’s a good philosophy. It kind of makes me want to join the Democratic Party. Okay, that passed. All I can say, John, is good luck with that. I hope you’re right and I hope conservatives will come around and see your point of view. I am a firm believer that you can catch more flies with honey than you can with vinegar…

  17. “Are you seriously going to tell me that Democrats don’t use gay rights as a wedge issue? ”

    That’s exactly what I’m telling you. When was the last time you heard a Democrat running around yelling about how gay marriage is an abomination and to elect them so they’d save you from the scary gays?

    “Do you really think those guys now care one whit about equality, be it racial or gender?”

    Uh, yup. Someone has to provide a counter balance to your side of the aisle. Actually, it’s the cons who provide the hateful bigoted counter balance to sane people’s tolerance.

    “You already did. By suggesting that we’re traitors to the gay community you just joined the rank and file of those who tell us that what we believe and say is akin to a Jew calling himself a Nazi”

    Yeah, because that’s completely the same. I guess that would like calling me a traitor if I, being of Mexican descent, joined the minutemen and shot someone else’s potential grandfather. It wouldn’t make much sense for me to channel racism into a twisted sense of patriotism and gun people down for trying to feed their families. That would warrant me being called a traitor, regardless of how I felt about immigration.

    And this pointing to Democrats to avoid facing the reality of your party’s unofficial platform of being openly anti gay is pretty stunning. Again, you have chosen to be a member in a club (for all intents and purposes) that doesn’t want you, although I’m sure they’d love to point to you and the three black republicans as some sign of diversity in the party. But to attempt to divert attention from that fact doesn’t make it any less true. The day after the election, some pissed off conservative from Tempe called into the Thom Hartmann Show (ironically just before I went on the air myself), and being such, went to the front of the line, and actually said the words “every time you liberals get in charge, the first thing you do is do all kinds of things for gay rights”. I mean, he said it as if it were a bad thing. Then he of course followed up with “then the people get disgusted” and proceed to vote the conservatives back into power. So, yeah, let’s go with the story that Democrats don’t use gay rights as a wedge issue. They don’t prey on people’s hatred and stupidity and say ‘we hate this group of people as much as you do, vote for us’.

  18. i didnt vote for him either, haha, and the standards for the nobel peace prize have clearly been lowered

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