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Is Obama more interested in becoming first black president than actually having a real plan for our Nation?

I see everyone posting things about Obama's skin color. I am not racist. I could care less about my president's skin color or gender. I am more concerned about our economy and national policies. I feel that Obama is not experienced to be our leader and that he is just playing the race card and all of the democrats are buying into it.

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  • 1 decade ago
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    I don't think that this is the case as much as the media is pushing for it. In fact, the media is praising everything Obama and criticizing everything against Obama. I do think that Obama is mostly just sucking it all up.

    The real test is the standards of the media reporting. The media does not use the same scales to apply the true level of reporting, and instead are partaking in a propoganda storm. In other words, it's a double standard.

    Can you imagine if McCain was a member of an evangelical church or if he kept company with members of the KKK? Obama is doing the some thing (only with a different shade of color), the Obama praisers are overlooking that fact and instead celebrating the corruption of the media as long as it approaches hate of everything and anything that represents Bush.

    What's funny is that Bush brought in more expansion of programs that people seek for their own buyout and the taking of bribes for votes.

    But hey, that's just my opinion.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    The people talking loudest about Obama's race are white Republicans. So you are blaming Obama for what white Republicans are saying. That makes sense.

    If you are more concerned about the economy and national policy, then what on earth could convince you to vote for McCain, who has offered no specific plans and doesn't seem to even understand what the problem is? Are you just committed to not taking the election seriously, or what?

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  • punch
    Lv 7
    1 decade ago

    Just how is he playing the race card? Just tell me how, just by being black? Then it's you playing the race card. I have heard more intelligent ideas for the future from Obama than McCain who seems to think that just saying he has a plan than telling us what that plan is, is OK.

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  • Erika
    Lv 4
    3 years ago

    He hasn't been in the Senate long adequate to do something actual great on a nationwide scale. He has exceeded somewhat some charges and for the state of Illinois. although, all and sundry i be attentive to from Illinois, and that's countless people, all say he has carried out no longer something to advance the state.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Shows how much you've been paying attention. McCain and Palin spent all last week playing the race card while avoiding the issues. Obama spent that week talking about the issues.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Obama's plans are more concrete than McCain's plans. Obama is even doing more to prepare for his transition into office. McCain seems unprepared for the first couple months of office.

    Obama's 13 years of policy making is enough for me.

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  • mcaeru
    Lv 4
    1 decade ago

    Obama seems to have a clearer plan than McCain. McCain's plans seems to consist mainly of winning and then following in Bush's footsteps.

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  • 1 decade ago

    He has a plan. To enact it, he has to be president. If he becomes president, he will be the first black president. He can't do anything about that part.

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  • 1 decade ago

    Since he's spent a lot of time putting his real plans down in writing, and you don't seem to have read them, what more could he or anyone else possibly do to convince you otherwise?

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  • 1 decade ago

    Have you listened to him speak, read his web sight or one of his books, did you watch any of the debates? Or are you just going by what other people tell you?

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