It Doesn’t Look Good for Hillary in South Carolina

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It doesn’t look good for Hillary Clinton in the South Carolina primary race. More and more Black people are coming to their senses and supporting Obama because he is the ‘best candidate’ for change and a new direction.

Click here to read an interesting article on Obama’s surge in support in South Carolina.

Why do these civil rights era negroes want three decades of the Bush and Clinton families? Dr. King wouldn’t be supporting that sh*t.

Comments

  • Dalia

    Here we go again!

    **Ducks**

  • Afiya

    Obama supporters are growing…I’m really afraid he’s being set up to fail…I hope I’m wrong…

  • http://www.yahoo.com Southern Belle 225

    @Afiya…i was thinking the same thing. I hope we are both wrong..

    Obama is my boy! I hope he wins and kicks ass as president!

  • 2peaces

    THANK YA JESUS! Failure is not an option.

  • weezy

    Why do those women in the front row look like they about to throw their big drawz at Obama or something

  • Serendipity

    Kiss and make up time.

    Bob Johnson’s apology to Sen. Barack Obama, from CNN.

    “Dear Barack,

    I’m writing to apologize to you and your family personally for the un-called-for comments I made at a recent Clinton event. In my zeal to support Senator Clinton, I made some very inappropriate remarks for which I am truly sorry. I hope that you will accept this apology. Good luck on the campaign trail.

    Warm regards,

    Bob Johnson”

    http://politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com/2008/01/17/clinton-supporter-apologizes-for-obama-comments/

  • DR. FUNK

    Please,please,pleeeeze send the Clintons into RETIREMENT homie.

  • http://www.myspace.com/fabulus_ms simone

    DEANNA FAVRE

    In a news conference Deanna Favre announced she will be the starting QB for the Packers this coming Sunday. Deanna asserts that she is qualified to be starting QB because she has spent the past 16 years married to Brett while he played QB for the Packers. During this period of time she became familiar with the definition of a corner blitz, and is now completely comfortable with other terminology of the Packers offense. A survey of Packers fans shows that 50% of those polled supported the move.

    Does this sounds idiotic and unbelievable to you? Well, Hillary Clinton makes the same claims as to why she is qualified to be President and 50% of democrats polled agreed. She has never run a City, County, or State.

    When told Hillary Clinton has experience because she has 8 years in the white

    house, Dick Morris stated, “So has the pastry chef”.

  • MzTee

    It’s about dang time. Some of us are now seeing the light. There is finally a viable black candidate of substance and most of us were afraid to vote for him because we didn’t think he could win over white folks. That’s not what it’s about people. We SHOULD vote for the candidate whom we believe best represents our interests.

    I still have my doubts that Obama will win the presidency; however, I am voting for the man because I think he is the best candidate running and agree with most of his platform issues. And, it certainly doesn’t hurt that he looks like me…AMEN!!!

  • MzTee

    Simone…that’s a wonderful analogy because that’s exactly how Hillary acquired her so-called experience. By osmosis (near-contact), but not by actual verifiable experience.

  • http://www.myspace.com/birdshu Bird

    I’m actually tired of these biased Obama posts so I don’t know why I clicked on this one. I’m out.

  • http://tnhott.blogspot.com Hotsauce

    Stella- that’s the damn problem why the hell are we voting for him if he might not be the best

    Just cause he’s black?? if that’s the case i hope Britian never gets a chance to vote in a black prime minister.

    America has too much at stake to be voting for someone based on Skin color. I’m happy he’s running that’s great. winning is different…the race is not even almost over.

  • TQ

    The old school civil rights era folks are too caught up in their desire for more personal power to think about the greater good. they don’t want to risk alientating the Clinton Machine. Real short-sighted.

  • http://msn Stella

    WHOA! I HONESTLY THINK THERE ARE SOME WHITE PEOPLE ON THIS SITE BECAUSE I DO NOT BELIEVE SOME OF THE STUFF IAM READING ARE BY BLACK PEOPLE, IT WOULD BE TRAGIC IF THIS WERE SO.

    PS; YOU ARE WELCOME.

  • http://tnhott.blogspot.com Hotsauce

    Kudos to OLA…Speak on it because nobody seems to understand, ya’ll forgtting that it’s not Obama against Hill but Obama against EVERYONE…if he win’s i’ll be shocked and amazed if he’s doesn’t get assinated (i’m talking real talk)

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