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    People -really- upset about Obama winning.

    This is not surprising I know and I am sure there are tons more of these on the internet, not just on Twitter. I am not surprised that racism still exists, its that it exists this vehemently.

    It's "funny" how I constantly see people say "People vote for Obama because is Black". Which is funny because apparently it is ok not to vote for him because he is, but voting for him because he is, is apparently a bad thing.

    Disclaimer: These are 31 horrible twitter posts with racist derogatory terms.

    http://www.buzzfeed.com/jpmoore/the-...-on-the-planet

    I am sure this thread will tail spin out of control and people are going to cry "another racism thread". But you don't honestly have to read or participate in the thread, I just can't help but feel completely embarrassed that people like this exist.

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    I'm not thrilled President Obama won re-election but it's done and wherever he can help do some good for the American people I'll be glad to support him on that. I'm not going to let emotions and prejudices lower me as a person because I didn't get the result I wanted. I voted for Gov. Gary Johnson of New Mexico, Libertarian candidate... I certainly knew he wasn't going to win but I voted for who I thought would best be qualified to lead this country,and knew it was a protest vote in effect, nothing more. It's awful what some people really think, or have allowed themselves to be taken over by... fear, rage, hate. Never constructive in the end, not at all.
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    ^I am glad you are very level headed about it.

    And this thread isn't meant to "rub it in" or suggest that all non-Obama supporters voted based on race. It's just that "People vote for Obama because he is black" comments strike a nerve because it seems like these same people don't bother to recognize the other side of it which are these twitter posts.

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    I voted for President Obama because he is black. There are other reasons, but I have seen the change his candidacy made in hope among minorities and especially young minorities.

    There were other reasons, of course, but the primary reason was his race. Black Americans have waited long enough for a voice in the highest office; they deserve a two term president.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tombastep View Post
    ^I am glad you are very level headed about it.

    And this thread isn't meant to "rub it in" or suggest that all non-Obama supporters voted based on race. It's just that "People vote for Obama because he is black" comments strike a nerve because it seems like these same people don't bother to recognize the other side of it which are these twitter posts.
    I know and what you meant by this thread is very valid... I've seen enough of your posts over the years to know you don't abide hypocrisy of any stripe when you see it and many people who are fixated on the reason people vote for Obama being race have this unhealthy level of inner resentment and racism themselves. Just sad to see how ugly people become...and it's not necessarily human nature at all to develop hatred for other races and ethnicities, or whatever's different. As the song from South Pacific says, "You have to be carefully taught".
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    To anyone pissed off, I say



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    Quote Originally Posted by Hard-up1 View Post
    I voted for President Obama because he is black.
    You racist!

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    There are other reasons, ...
    ... he does have a lovely smile.

    Quote Originally Posted by Hard-up1 View Post
    but the primary reason was his race.
    You racist!

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    I voted based on my personal conviction: the candidate must represent the average Americans well. So I voted based on who I think has a smaller cock.

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    i really don't care how they feel to be honest. now they know how i felt when bush won a second term in 2004. it still mindfucks me how people voted for him (bush back in 04, that is) again after the fuckery in the first term. there's nothing that happened in obama's first term that could outmatch the bullshit that happened during bush's first term. 9/11 and the iraq war was the icing on the cake for me. the economy was going down too but bush was using 9/11 and the iraq war as his smoke and mirrors. people ATE it up. personally, as i said before in earlier threads, i think romney winning the first debate to boost himself up was a part of obama's strategy. make him get all the boost he can get before the election, then let romney fuck up the next 2 debates, campaign hard in the swing states, then the hurricane ironically comes through around here giving him the extra leverage and reelection time.

    i feel there's a lot more promising things that will happen with obama in the next 4 years compared to that son of a bitch bush. the fact that that asshole was going to make an amendment banning gay marriage as one of his campaign promises in 2004 hurt me deeply.

    so yeah, let them get mad. i hope they really get mad. he's half black and half white. when you think about it, racism is still at work whenever people mention that he's a black president. they're saying he's black because of that jim crow bullshit "one drop of black blood in you means that you're black, therefore you have to drink at the colored water fountain". people don't even realize it.

    but as far as the racism goes. i don't think it's going to be too serious actually. in fact, i think people might settle down now because they know they can't do shit anyway. obama is here to stay. it would have been a different story if he would have lost. people would be getting bodied right now.
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    I voted for President Obama for several reasons; one among them being because of the hateful, nasty, and negative comments I've seen posted online from Romney supporters. Sure it came from both sides, but the most vile I saw was primarily from the extreme right, and what I assume were from the (hopefully soon to be defunct) tea bag party. Those people are so opposite my values...they can not be rewarded with getting their candidate elected and think their ways are acceptable...or send a message to others that that's the direction our nation needs to go (backwards.)
    Bad decisions make good stories.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jaysizzles View Post
    I voted for President Obama for several reasons; one among them being because of the hateful, nasty, and negative comments I've seen posted online from Romney supporters. Sure it came from both sides, but the most vile I saw was primarily from the extreme right, and what I assume were from the (hopefully soon to be defunct) tea bag party. Those people are so opposite my values...they can not be rewarded with getting their candidate elected and think their ways are acceptable...or send a message to others that that's the direction our nation needs to go (backwards.)
    Donald Trump comes to mind as someone who has become unhinged over this

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    so you voted Romney? because there're videos on youtube with Obama's boner pocking through his pants and the dude's packing some serious prime meat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by swmjck View Post
    Donald Trump comes to mind as someone who has become unhinged over this




    I highly doubt election results will take the wind out of that pompous jackass; the blowhard has got a lot of gas... I'm sure he'll continue with his defamation campaign. The good part is, all of his attempts have only reflected badly upon himself. (I kind of hope he continues...good fodder for the comedians and pundits.)


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    Haters gonna hate. Sore losers they are. There will always be.

    Quote Originally Posted by Hard-up1 View Post
    I voted for President Obama because he is black. There are other reasons, but I have seen the change his candidacy made in hope among minorities and especially young minorities.

    There were other reasons, of course, but the primary reason was his race. Black Americans have waited long enough for a voice in the highest office; they deserve a two term president.
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    Quote Originally Posted by swmjck View Post
    Donald Trump comes to mind as someone who has become unhinged over this
    Yeah, he was loosing his mind on twitter last night. Carl Rove was on FOX looking like he was trying to calculate ballots all by himself, he just couldnt believe it. I know that there are going to be some very angry people. I would have been very upset if Romney had won. Its silly to think that he won because he was Black. Some probably did vote him in because of that. However like you said, there were tons of people ready to vote for Romney because he is White (and that is just as bad).

    No one can bring me down from this high. This has been a long and vicious campaign. This is a good example of how racism and bullying from the far right can turn the stomachs of the American people. All the stuff that they tried to do: disrespecting the president, supporting those stupid birthers, voter suppression. None of it worked. Minorities and young people came out strong and Obama got 40% of the White vote and that isnt bad.

    Obama is re-elected. We have marriage equality in 3 states. Its a good day.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MissAnne View Post
    Yeah, he was loosing his mind on twitter last night. Carl Rove was on FOX looking like he was trying to calculate ballots all by himself, he just couldnt believe it. I know that there are going to be some very angry people. I would have been very upset if Romney had won. Its silly to think that he won because he was Black. Some probably did vote him in because of that. However like you said, there were tons of people ready to vote for Romney because he is White (and that is just as bad).

    No one can bring me down from this high. This has been a long and vicious campaign. This is a good example of how racism and bullying from the far right can turn the stomachs of the American people. All the stuff that they tried to do: disrespecting the president, supporting those stupid birthers, voter suppression. None of it worked. Minorities and young people came out strong and Obama got 40% of the White vote and that isnt bad.

    Obama is re-elected. We have marriage equality in 3 states. Its a good day.
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    Quote Originally Posted by refujiunderground View Post
    don't forget that weed is officially legal and decriminalized in 2 states as well.
    Lol, Oh yes...that too! I suppose that some people will be very happy about that . Though they may find it annoying that it can now be taxed.
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    WaiT




    I love the comments though. Especially about their employers finding out about this.



    Just they wait. Then again like the people said on the page, I doubt they will snatch a job regardless.


    All very young people too. So sad.

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    no matta wot little men win any land planet any time fa eons cause

    there go

    if world leadurs ans a millions a useless supportin cast a dead farts stuff full a educate crap wanna stop suckin their thumbs ans get a life

    human race ta start
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    Well, this old white dude voted for him because I wanted someone in that chair (again) who stood for equality and fairness, who believed in protecting reproductive rights for everyone (including access to contraceptives).

    I don't blame the African-American community for supporting him just because he's black. If that shows racism, well, so be it. But I think the true test of that will be during the next preisdential race. The last two should have proved to them that, if they used it, they have the power to make changes in this country. Now, they simply need to remember that if the candidate is not a person of color to get out and vote!

    I hold the same sentiment for the Hispanic community. They've got the power to make positive changes - all they need to do is exercize the right (and duty) at the ballot box.

    And that goes for local county, city, and state elections too.

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    The far right in this country has spent the past four years demonizing and denigrating Mr Obama in every way possible. Fortunately, a majority of the country saw through the BS and realized Mr Obama is, if anything, a moderate Republican disguised as a Democrat. The sad thing is, a huge minority of the electorate believed the cool story from FoxNewsland. The next four years are going to be interesting times, indeed.

    For those of you under 30, there were once such things as moderate Republicans. They were fiscally conservative, favored limited governemnt, were socially libertarian, and sought pragmatic compromises to solve pressing problems. But that was before Jerry Falwell and his Moral Majority hijacked the GOP and turned it into a quasi-religion with political overtones.

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    I had to laugh at the Hungarian man with the socialist commercial on CNN. Talk about scart tactics. He was describing communism during the war, not the same as true socialism. I do believe the best man won. Again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mikey3000 View Post
    I had to laugh at the Hungarian man with the socialist commercial on CNN. Talk about scart tactics. He was describing communism during the war, not the same as true socialism. I do believe the best man won. Again.
    Yeah, that was a hoot. Reminded me of Yakov Smirnoff. Time warp, anyone?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikey3000 View Post
    I had to laugh at the Hungarian man with the socialist commercial on CNN. Talk about scart tactics. He was describing communism during the war, not the same as true socialism. I do believe the best man won. Again.
    I remember him. I remember thinking how stupid he looked, because he couldn't understand the simple difference between "socialism" and "communism", when I myself knew the difference when I was 12 or 13.

    That being said, several things come to mind about this.

    1) A "sand N&&&R" isn't the same thing as a "N&&&&R". A sand N7777R refers to an Arab, just as a snow N&&&&R refers to an Eskimo.

    2) It saddened and disappointed me to see how many females and Hispanics there were.

    3) on a larger scale--why the heck did Romney lose? That shouldn't have happened. It's so bewildering. I didn't vote for him because he's a plutarch who wanted the wrong solutions, but I'm only one guy who thinks too much.

    Why did everybody else not vote for him? People will be dissecting this for years to come.

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    Quote Originally Posted by loveguys72 View Post
    For those of you under 30, there were once such things as moderate Republicans. They were fiscally conservative, favored limited governemnt, were socially libertarian, and sought pragmatic compromises to solve pressing problems. But that was before Jerry Falwell and his Moral Majority hijacked the GOP and turned it into a quasi-religion with political overtones.
    My OH and I were both Republicans before the Religious Right hijacked the party. Nowadays, it's so far to the right that I don't even recognize the party. Who would have ever believed that they'd stoop to discussing rape and contraception in the 21st century?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohannBessler View Post
    2) It saddened and disappointed me to see how many females and Hispanics there were.
    Lol wut? (tenchars)

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    What horrible, racist people.
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    ^ who? The one in the middle isn't black.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RazorzEdge88 View Post
    Lol wut? (tenchars)
    Well, Razzie, you'd think that Hispanics would understand the idea of discrimination, and how derogatory terms hurt.

    In the case of females, we--perhaps unfairly--expect them to be the nurturers, the warm ones. We expect most of the bad guys to be guys, and I think it comes as a disappointment when women turn out to be black widows.

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    Oh, pfft, blond moment here. I thought you were still talking about the socialism ad when you were obviously talking about the tweets.

    I have to add, though, that if you're chagrined by women and Latinos saying horrible things about Obama, you'd probably be stunned at some of the things some gay people are saying/thinking.

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    Johann, dear, those ideas about gender are being killed off.

    The current people in power are planning that the two sexes be identical. All those old notions of legal rights, character and biology are being erased.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RazorzEdge88 View Post

    I have to add, though, that if you're chagrined by women and Latinos saying horrible things about Obama, you'd probably be stunned at some of the things some gay people are saying/thinking.
    Razzie, the Republican Party isn't the same party as it was when I was a kid.

    Nowadays, I can't help but to think that a gay Republican is a Jewish Nazi.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohannBessler View Post
    Razzie, the Republican Party isn't the same party as it was when I was a kid.

    Nowadays, I can't help but to think that a gay Republican is a Jewish Nazi.
    Hey, I agree. But you don't have to look much further than this forum to find some of those Jewish Nazis.

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    ^Or even this thread.

    To be fair, Pattywagon doesn't fully understand that the Republican Party isn't the Liberal Party in Australia--they're far, far to the right of them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Just_Believe18 View Post
    What horrible, racist people.
    its so fuckin sad....this country is in the toilet and this still is so predominant everywhere

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    ^ That one (#17) really made me laugh the hardest.

    FUCK THOSE BLACKS. They are SO RACIST for choosing a Nigger!

    WHATTTTTTT.



    p.s. As a PoC, NONE of this stuff is surprising to me. There are a lot of stealth racists out there and, at times like these, they just can't help themselves and it bubbles to the surface. I prefer it when racists are upfront and honest about it, tbh.

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    I'm just surprised how many of them are totally open about it. wow...

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    Quote Originally Posted by DigitalFudge View Post
    I love the comments though. Especially about their employers finding out about this.
    Love it. Expected them to get flooded by people one Twitter too, giving them shit.

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    Why Canada is better off with Obama than Romney

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    American voters made the right decision for their country and for Canada when they elected Obama over Romney.

    The United States avoided a big step to the right last night by re-electing Barack Obama, and that's good news for Canadians.

    The U.S. is our largest trading partner and the last thing we need is an American president who uses his nation's economic might to try and turn back the clock to something resembling Leave it to Beaver.

    Obama is a centrist who understands compromise. Romney would have been a blustery America First kind of politician, pushed ever rightward by the nuts in the Tea Party. Canada would have been left on the outside looking in, treated as foreign as any European nation.

    America's international relations would have taken a right turn under Romney, and nowhere would that be more dangerous than in dealings with Iran. A president Romney would have been more hawkish than Obama and that could have come with pressure on Canada to enter coalitions, and pressure on our government to spend more on the military.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Huntneo(PT) View Post
    I'm just surprised how many of them are totally open about it. wow...
    It's pretty common on twitter. lol

    I love it when it goes viral and they get called out. These also made it on to BuzzFeed this year:

    Racist, Homophobic Responses To A Black Hockey Player's Goal



    10 Incredibly Racist "Hunger Games" Fans


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    Quote Originally Posted by JohannBessler View Post
    …Pattywagon doesn't fully understand that the Republican Party isn't the Liberal Party in Australia--.
    I've never said anything pro-GOP.

    I'm just expressing surprise at
    1. the American system of personality-cults over policies
    2. some of the catastrophizing here
    3. the childish taking of extreme examples and making generalisations about them

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    ^That's easy for you to say, sitting safely as a gay man in Australia.

    What you don't understand is that the GOP is not just indifferent to the plight of gays and lesbians--it's overtly hostile to them. They have anti-gay stances written right in their party platform.

    All of this only serves to prove the fact that a Gay Republican really does resemble a Jewish Nazi, because they are voting directly against themselves.

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    Please, please don't let Pat Grimshaw derail this thread. If He is going on one of his usually shit stirring derails, just report the post.

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    ^ you're castastrophising.

    Mr Obama may have got in but the two parties will continue on in their state of gridlock, won't they?

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    Re: People -really- upset about Obama winning.

    To be fair, if Romney had won I (we) would be saying just as ghastly of things about him. It's just that we don't have a word to use that is so immediately offensive. Calling him a lying arrogant tax-dodging Mormon prick just doesn't have the same punch as the N word. And it takes a lot longer to type, so it wouldn't be big on Twitter.

    But seriously, if Romney had won, what would we be saying? Yes, racism is ugly and ignorant; but when we're angry, ugly and ignorant often surface in the best of us. Racism is bad, but anti-Mormonism isn't exactly an enlightened quality; and I for one hate those fuckers. And his religion would be the thing we'd attack most, because it's the easiest target with its bizarre belief system and fascist internal regulations and cult standing; just as Obama's race is the most immediately tangible thing to hate... there's not much else about him to criticize that can't be disproved: you don't really understand Socialism, you can't prove he's Muslim or Kenyan... but he is quite clearly and inescapably a black man, so that's what you run with.
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    Re: People -really- upset about Obama winning.

    Quote Originally Posted by Swellegant View Post
    Racism is bad, but anti-Mormonism isn't exactly an enlightened quality
    It is if you know what Mormonism is all about.

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    Re: People -really- upset about Obama winning.

    Quote Originally Posted by pat grimshaw View Post
    ^ you're castastrophising.

    Mr Obama may have got in but the two parties will continue on in their state of gridlock, won't they?
    Yes, that is what I am afraid of. But it would have been even worse if Romney got in. Besides his change of policies, this president may nominate one or more Supreme Court justices. Any Supreme Court justices picked this term will probably serve for ten or twenty years. Their conservative decisions would set us back for years, even a generation.

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    Re: People -really- upset about Obama winning.

    Quote Originally Posted by Swellegant View Post
    But seriously, if Romney had won, what would we be saying?
    I definitely wouldn't be shitting on him because he's a Mormon just to get back at people calling Obama the N-word.

    But that's just me.

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