June 1, 2008

Obama Called 'Inadequate Black Male' by Clinton Supporter

The Democratic Party decided the fate of Florida and Michigan delegates during meeting held in Washington DC. By all accounts, Barack Obama's strength within the party was demonstrated by the outcome of the meeting. It seemed to truly piss off some Clinton supporters. Check out this Clinton supporter from New York as she learns the results of the meeting. Her anger is visible. You will hear her claim that she plans to vote for McCain in the general election...





Why does she call Barack Obama an 'inadequate Black male'?

12 comments:

Janet Shan said...

I saw that too and I have it up on my blog. So, Pastor Pfleger makes a comment about Hillary Clinton, though controversial but factually true and he gets death threats. This nutjob makes this comment and nothing. She's just laughed off as being a nut.

Regina said...

Hey Villager,
I have been pretty much tired of this campaign for a while and I try to not put political stuff on my blog too often BUT this will definitely be going on the blog first thing Monday morning. I can't put it on now because it would be nasty! And I don't want to DEGRADE MYSELF by coming down to her level! By the morning my emotions should be in check ... maybe!

Peace & Love!

Cooper said...

Taylor Marshall freaked out as well.
"You have no idea what you've done. The fury you have unleashed. Your arrogance is topped only by your ignorance and the sheer stupidity of this "compromise," which sends a message that you just don't get it. Oh, and by the way, you've also likely just thrown the 2008 election. "
http://www.taylormarsh.com/archives_view.php?id=27834

Seriously it just makes them look like crazy nut jobs.

MrsGrapevine said...

Yep, Hillary certainly leads amongst the uneducated older white women. Harriet is the head of the fan club. How the hect is she second class when she is from NY a state that counted and Hillary won? If it wasn't for the accent I would have guessed she was from the Appalachian region, aka, the hills of West Virginia. All I can say is go Harriet, spread the world!!!

SjP said...

Villager - this is all so sad because it goes back to that asinine question "is America ready for a Black President?" I guess the answer for many is NO. What these folks don't understand, as far as I'm concerned, is that the only reason the DNC Rules Committee even met yesterday is because HRC is WHITE. Doesn't even have anything to do with her being a woman - other than the fact that she's married to Bill. You can bet your bottom dollar that had the tables been turned Michigan and Florida would not count in any shape, form,of fashion.

In my post today, "Why Come?", guess I should have added "Why Come America is so scared of having a Black president who is half white?"

SjP

Villager said...

Janet - Your point is well-taken. Although Father Pfleger had prepared text for his sermon, while this lady was operating off raw emotion after a very disappointing end to her candidate's 17-month campaign...

Regina - I think that the next few days will be good ones for Obama fans. He should be able to claim victory on Tuesday night and she should be able to suspend her campaign on Wednesday night in New York...

Cooper - I hadn't seen or heard Taylor Marsh. Thanx for sharing that link...

Mrs. Grapevine - Yeah, I imagine that her peeps are someplace in the hills of West Virginia...

Sojourner - I'm heading over to check out 'Why Come' post...

Cliff Samuels Jr said...

I guess the other candidates for President were all white women. NOT. Barack ran against other White Male candidates. And how can a White women be a second class citizen today. This women is a prime example of the hatred toward Blacks in America. Only the Native Americans are lower than us as a hated and screwed people in this country.

Afroamericawriter said...

I wrote about last Saturday's spectacle called the DNC Rules and By-laws on my blog today.

As a Floridian, I'm ticked off with the DNC. But I find the outrage from the woman in the embedded video (already saw it a few days ago) along with others mind-boggling.

I thought FINALLY, the DNC made the right decision on Saturday it could have done about a year ago.

Also, such outrage from the lady is not the norm when it comes to Obama in Florida; actually it's the opposite. I wish the media could have covered that about the two weekends ago.

Kit (Keep It Trill) said...

Oh hell, this is the most entertaining election I've ever lived through. That lady is a walking, talking contradiction, and at one point, unintentionally hilarious (her CIA comment). I wonder if Hannity has invited her to his show yet. They'd be great together, 'cause their definition of 'We The People' sure don't include black folks.

Kieya said...

and what exactly would she know about being an adequate black male? about being a black male period for that matter?

msladydeborah said...

OOOOOOWEEEEE.....her supporters act just like she did when things were not working out.

This is the first time that I have seen this video. But I have read enough comments to realize that there are some people who would rather self-destruct the nation than admit their side lost.

Villager said...

Cliff - This woman (I need to try to remember her name) is an example of 'angry white women'. However, it really doesn't matter. They aren't going to support McCain (pro-life policy on abortion and pro-Iraq war) when push comes to shove. Father Pflager said it with much more pomp and theatrics than necessary ... but, his basic message was correct. Hillary and woman like the one in this YouTube video had a sense of entitlement that blinded them to the truth...

AfroAmericaWriter - Fortunately, we have our own blogs and media outlets. It is time we use them to the max...

KIT - This lady and Hillary are going to feel really lonely over the next 8 years...

Kieya - I gotta admit that it feels good to be on the winning side for the first time in a long time...

Lady D - Hillary ran a good race. Hopefully, she will learn to accept that factoid. Her 15-minutes of fame may be over. She should learn from Ted Kennedy. He lost a close one in 1980 to Jimmy Carter ... and he went back to his US Senate seat and became one of the top five US Senators in the nation's history. Hillary needs to re-calibrate her ambitions...