Slacker PI Episode 2 - "The Race Card" Wyatt agrees to help Amanda, the girl of his dreams, confront her racist neighbor. Derringer convinces Wyatt that going undercover is the only way to help.
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Obama responds to Mccain's Race Card accusation Barack Obama: I don't think it is accurate to say that my comments have nothing to do with race. Let me make this first point. Most of the people here here at this event in Union, Missouri. Almost none of you, maybe none of you, thought that was making a racially incendiary remark or playing the race card. It wasn't until John McCain's team started pushing it that it ended up being on the front page of the New York Times two days in a row. Here is what I was saying. I think this should be undisputed, that I don't come out of central casting when it comes to presidential races, for a whole range of reasons. I'm young. I'm new to the national scene. My name is Barack Obama. I am African-American. I was born in Hawaii. I spent time in Indonesia. I do not have the typical biography of a presidential candidate. What that means is that I'm sort of unfamiliar. People are still trying to get a fix on who I am and where I come from, what my values are and so forth in a way that might not be true if I seemed more familiar. And, so, what I think has been an approach to the McCain campaign is to say that he is risky. To try to divert focus from the fact that they don't have any new ideas when it comes to fixing the economy or dealing with health care or dealing with education. All those elements that make me unfamiliar feed into this notion that he may be a, quote, unquote, risky choice. That point, I don't think, is disputable. I don't think that's a point that has not been made by ...
"The Race Card" - Bob Barr on America's Election HQ Barr talks about his run with Fox News, answers questions about ballot access, addresses the "spoiler" argument and the lack of discussion on the issues. For more, please visit www.bobbarr2008.com
Drudge Pulls The "Race Card" | Ashley Todd is the woman's name! Thanks for viewing. Thank all the supporters of my videos. To all critics and those who blindly trust the media! Turn that television, radio and internet smear machine off. Let real media ***ysis do the work for you. I am not a fact-checker, journalist or media ***ysis. I am expressing an honest opinion about the general election and the corrupt mainstream media. And as always, if present any errors in the making of this video, please don't hesitate to send a message and I will correct the record on the next video. Lastly, to all the critics watching worldwide, do me a favor by: "Proving Me Wrong"! Ashley Todd, of College Station, TX was allegedly robbed by a 6'4'' Black man at an ATM, and then was beaten and ***ually assaulted by the man. Then when he noticed that the woman was a supporter of Senator John McCain and Alaskan governor Sarah Palin, she was then beaten harder and the man carved a "B" in the right side of her face. In the beginning, I was fooled, and I was coming to conclusion that people are heavily emotional when it comes to politics. But then I realized that when you poke through the holes and figure out two and two doesn't equal five! This *** lied about being mugged and then pulled the "scary black guy" excuse! So in a video follow up as well as another cast off to those on the right, I will denounce Ashley Todd and Matt Drudge. I will also encourage any Democrat, Republican, Libertarian or Independent who supports Senator Barack Obama to vote for ...
John Mccain plays the 'Race Card' card, Keith olbermann comments [Keith olbermann comments on a] new campaign tactic that arose in response to Barack Obama's candidacy, that flourished in the hands of Bill Clinton during the Democratic primary and that has now found a home in John McCain's Crystal City headquarters...McCain campaign manager Rick Davis sent a terse, two-sentence statement to reporters. "Barack Obama has played the race card, and he played it from the bottom of the deck," it read. "It's divisive, negative, shameful and wrong." Soon, Davis was claiming on MSNBC that Team Obama "has been feeding to journalists, all night last night and all day today, the notion that somehow something that we have done in our campaign... had racial overtones," while McCain himself was characterizing the "race card" accusation as "legitimate" and confessing that he's "disappointed that Senator Obama would say the things he's saying." My initial reaction was confusion. What did Obama say? I asked myself. Did he call McCain "Whitey McWhiteguy"? Did he deliver a Black Power salute from an Olympic podium? Did he accuse his rival of race-baiting, or bigotry, or not having any black friends? These options seemed unlikely. For one thing, Obama is not a masochistic madman bent on his own political destruction. For another, Obama has been very careful--with the partial exception of South Carolina--to never overtly encourage the accusations of racism, lest they undermine his appeal to the country's white majority as an African-American candidate who ...
Let's Play Race Cards! Why is it black people always play the race card? They already get everything free! Education! Jobs! White women! Curse those damn black people! Grrr.. They have it so easy in america!
Mccain escalates dirty attacks, 'Race Card' accusation - shows comtempt for Obama "I have great admiration and respect for Senator Obama." If so, McCain has a funny way of showing it. All we've seen and heard from him for the last month is a string of personal attacks, culminating in yesterday's ad smearing Obama as "the biggest celebrity in the world." He's just another famous, pretty face, in other words, and not ready for the presidency. True? No. Childish? Yes. But that's not all. This ad is also deliberately and deceptively racist. Of all the famous celebrities they could have compared Obama to, why not Tom Cruise? Or Arnold Schwarzenegger, or Donald Trump, or Oprah Winfrey? Why Britney Spears and Paris Hilton? Why two white blond bimbos? McCain campaign has been pushing for the last few weeks that Obama is presumptuous, arrogant and well ... just a bit uppity. Ron Fournier picked the ball up early in his reporting for the AP. And John King was pushing it over the weekend on CNN. Is it arrogant or above Obama's station for him to meet with the Chairman of the Federal Reserve? If I'm not mistaken he is a sitting United States senator and also the presidential candidate of the Democratic party. Such meetings are actually the norm. Now, I note that the Post, which has generally been in McCain's camp, has a front page story today that comes about as close as they feel able to confirming that McCain campaign and McCain personally have spent most of the last week peddling what they knew was a lie about Obama's called-off trip to ...
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Mccain plays the 'Race Card' card, slams civil rights leader John Lewis The ugliness of the last week replaces one watershed in American politics with another. Until now, the big question of the election was this: Would a majority of American voters vote for a black man named Barack Obama? That question has now been replaced by another: Will a minority of Americans accept a majority vote for a black man named Barack Obama? Polls show that McCain and Palin's attacks on Obama are pushing undecided voters to Obama, and perhaps even pushing away some who previously considered themselves "decided" for McCain. I am not suggesting, as some have, that the election is "over." I have lived through far too much politics to be that naive. But with red states from North Dakota to North Carolina teetering between pink and blue on pollsters' maps, my attention cannot help but be drawn to the toxic brew that is forming from an equal mixture of the top-down politics of the McCain/Palin campaign and gutter-up politics of their most devoted followers. With all the focus on Bill Ayers, it is a good time to remember that the worst domestic terrorist attack in American history was committed not by 1960s radicals in Chicago but 1990s militia members in Oklahoma City. The militia movement of the Clinton years was never dismantled by legal authorities. Some of their members stepped back from the horror of Oklahoma City, but what finally drove them from the political scene was the election of GW. You just couldn't get any political traction ranting about an imagined ...
Law Professor Tells O'Reilly: "Fox News Plays The Race Card" Law professor Dr. Jeremy Levitt, who wrote a piece in the Orlando Sentinel taking the far right to task for their "foolish racism" attacks against President Obama, appears on Bill O'Reilly's show to debate these attacks, and engage in a heated debate. At one point, O'Reilly suggests that "10% of the country is racist." Levitt closes the interview by saying: "Fox News and the far right have a race deck, and they play the ace of spades every day."
BARACK OBAMA PLAYS THE RACE CARD TO WIN MISSISSIPPI 70% AFRICAN AMERICAN DEMOCRATIC ELECTORATE - REMINDS ME OF THE SUPPOSED BILL AND HILLARY CLINTON RACISM RIGHT BEFORE SOUTH CAROLINA! WHITES NEED TO WISE UP TO THIS MAN! HE NOW HAS 90% OF ALL BLACKS VOTING FOR HIM, SO I GUESS 90% OF WHITES SHOULD VOTE FOR HILLARY FROM NOW ON!
Democrat Alan Grayson Plays Race Card on FL Doctor Telling Obama Voters to Seek Care Elsewhere Even Anderson Cooper seems disbelieving. Florida Democrat Rep. Alan Grayson tries to play the race card on Florida Doctor Jack Cassell's decision to post a sign at his office telling Obama voters to "seek urologic care elsewhere." Cooper repeatedly asked Grayson if there was any evidence the sign was based on race, and Grayson had no rational answer. Grayson even wants the doctor to be sanctioned for having put up the sign.
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Kill the RACE CARD Part 2 - Rev. Wayne Perryman spoke about the revised history in our nation, where the truth is politically incorrect and where the race card is played without shame. Here is a related article that challenges the true source of racism. It's titled, 'Reparations - What the Democrats owe':
Playing the Race Card; Is it racist to criticize Obama? Here's my take on the people who say that it is racist to criticize Obama.
Oprah rips hillary gender card (race card, too) "And now, we are free. We are free. We are free for the first time, to take advantage of all the rights and privileges of American citizenship. We struggled so long with you. We are free to vote our minds and our hearts. We are free. We are free to be led by our hearts. We are free from the prescriptions of gender and race. And for the first time, we can just vote as we believe. We can vote as we believe. And we can do that because that is what the struggle was for. That was what the struggle was for." Excerpt Oprah Winfrey Obama Rally at UCLA February 3, 2008 Legendary novelist and editor Toni Morrison's endorsement of Barack Obama is obviously not significant for her ability to move voters at the polls, which is not proven and probably not likely to be proven. But given her perceived attachment to the Clintons—Bill, she famously once called America's first black president; and Hillary she has been close to in the past—we thought it worth printing in full the letter of endorsement she sent to the Illinois senator, as released by the Obama campaign: Dear Senator Obama, This letter represents a first for me--a public endorsement of a Presidential candidate. I feel driven to let you know why I am writing it. One reason is it may help gather other supporters; another is that this is one of those singular moments that nations ignore at their peril. I will not rehearse the multiple crises facing us, but of one thing I am certain: this opportunity for a national evolution (even ...
Bill Clinton and "The Race Card" April 21-22, 2008
Lanny Davis: Can't Attack Obama w/o Accusation of Race Card Lanny Davis on Morning Joe, February 27, 2008
Barack Obama plays the black Race Card for fear - smear Barack Obama uses the Race Card to explain that any questioning him and not voting for him is because they are racist bigots. Obama plays plays the Race Card in a June 20th Jackson, Florida speech to say people who question him are racists toward black people. Showing that Obama is a idiot and scumbag racist and anyone who is voting for him is a fool. Thanks to techvids052006 at
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Desperate Obama Openly Using the Race Card John McCain's campaign on Thursday accused Barack Obama of "playing the race card" one day earlier, when the fanatical leftist told voters that Republicans are trying to scare them by saying he doesn't look like "all those other presidents on the dollar bills." McCain campaign manager Rick Davis issued a statement saying that Obama "played the race card, and he played it from the bottom of the deck." Davis called Obama's remarks "divisive, negative, shameful and wrong." Obama, who will be the first black presidential nominee from a major party, was asked by a reporter Wednesday at a rally in Missouri to respond to growing criticism that he has become presumptuous about the November election and is acting prematurely presidential. Obama replied that McCain and President Bush have little else to offer voters than scare tactics to maintain the GOP's hold on the White House. "Nobody thinks that Bush and McCain have a real answer to the challenges we face. So what they're going to try to do is make you scared of me," Obama the race-card user said. "You know, 'he's not patriotic enough, he's got a funny name,' you know, 'he doesn't look like all those other presidents on the dollar bills."'
LMNO "RACE CARD" Ceck out the LMNO music video "Race Card" directed by Outlier. Work Ethic is the album, don't sleep.
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The Race Card The amazing Race Card, people tend to use this alot, but let me put the other 51 cards out and see what happens. A video Inspired by Paul Mooney. When I made the statement about homo***uals "God Hate fags" is what I intended to say. Of course I don't believe that, nor in support of people that are proactively against gay people.
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DEMOCRATS DEBATE - OBAMA FLAT CAUGHT LYING JANUARY 15, 2008
PLAYING THE RACE CARD 101 October 21, 2010 MSNBC Rachel Maddow Show
Union Thugs Block Camera - Play The Race Card Union Thugs in Searchlight, Nevada block our camera, almost pushing us into traffic. They also play the race card, calling Andrew Breitbart a racist. When Breitbart confronts them on this charge, demanding they tell him what racist comments he has ever made, the rouse is exposed and the tactic collapses.
McCain: Obama Race Card Accusation Is "Legitimate" John McCain, July 31, 2008
LAMR Episode 7: No More Race Card This rant was spawned by an interview of a cab driver by philip defranco. Don't forget to rate/comment/subscribe! Thanks to ryanshw for the musical help: Twitter: BlogTV:
Kevin Fisher Plays the Race Card I wanted to ask Kevin Fisher about the lawsuit he filed to stop the construction of the Mosque in Murfreesboro, TN. When my camera crew approached him he said that I was "racially harassing" him. It is not uncommon for Fisher to make up incredible lies to further his anti-mosque agenda, but to blatantly (as you can see here) say he is being "racially harassed"?
Detroit: Race Card pulled by juror sets Riddle free. DETROIT (AP) -- A judge declared a mistrial Wednesday in the federal corruption case against Detroit political consultant Sam Riddle after an impasse by jurors, who described deliberations as tinged with racial tension they blamed on a lone holdout. Riddle, who is black, was charged with teaming up with his former boss, Monica Conyers, to extort bribes from people in 2006 and 2007. Conyers was a member of the Detroit City Council until she pleaded guilty to conspiracy and resigned last summer. The government says the pair shook down people for cash in exchange for favors. US District Judge Avern Cohn stepped in on the sixth day of deliberations, declaring a mistrial and sending the jury home. Despite Cohn advising them not to discuss the case, several jurors vented their frustrations to reporters that the lone black on the 12-person panel continually injected race into their talks. "If you can't find this man guilty, you can't find anyone guilty," Margaret Elyakin declared on the steps of the federal courthouse. "Unfortunately, it came down to race. This is very disappointing." Federal prosecutors said they would retry Riddle. "Getting a unanimous verdict from a jury is difficult," US Attorney Barbara McQuade said. "We accept the results of the jury system and we will try again." Several jurors described a jury room bordering on mayhem. Matt Lefevre said there was screaming during deliberations. "She wouldn't sit at the table half the time," he said of ...
Playing the Race Card in Australia during May-June 2009 - Part I Note: as of 251209 the count is 305 - and stopped. On 26 to 330, 27 =379 and comments disconnected 1. On 11 December 2009 Fredrick Töben visited Perth to observe in the District Court a call-over in the Matter of Director of Public Prosecution - DPP, Western Australia, and Brendon O'Connell. 2. The matter is important because Mr O'Connell is accused by the state of racially vilifying Jews, and so it must be clarified whether the Jews are a race, a religion or both, or anything else. The DPP has taken up this complaint laid by a young Jew in Perth who felt harassed by O'Connell. 3. If the court finds being a Jew is a racial matter, then this brings in the National Socialist definition that a Jew is a race, something that speaks against the facts, though the ethnic category would support the facts that some Jews make up an ethnic category, for example the Ashke***-Khazars and the Sephardics. 4. While visiting Israel during the 1970s Töben met Chinese and Indian Jews, and in Africa during the early 1980s he met African Jews. 5. He thus concludes that the Jew is a religion and not a race. 6. Problems may emerge when the definition is tested in the Perth District Court because there will be claims made that being Jewish is a matter of one's mindset. 7. There is legal strength in this argument because Australians of European descent have claimed they identify with the Aboriginal people and thus, for example, in matters of social security purposes they claim to be indigenous ...
Mccain cries Race Card, Claire Mccaskill defends Obama Obama supporter, Missouri Senator Claire Mccaskill, defends Barack Obama after John Mccain accuses him of playing the race card. --- Senator John McCain's campaign accused Senator Barack Obama on Thursday of playing "the race card," citing his remarks that Republicans would try to scare voters by pointing out that he "doesn't look like all those other presidents on the dollar bills." The exchange injected racial politics front and center into the general election campaign for the first time, after it became a subtext in the primary between Mr. Obama and Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton. It came as the McCain campaign was intensifying its attacks, trying to throw its Democratic opponent off course before the conventions. "Barack Obama has played the race card, and he played it from the bottom of the deck," Mr. McCain's campaign manager, Rick Davis, charged in a statement with which Mr. McCain later said he agreed. "It's divisive, negative, shameful and wrong." In leveling the charge, Mr. Davis was referring to comments that Mr. Obama made Wednesday in Missouri when he reacted to the increasingly negative tone and negative advertisements from the McCain campaign, including one that likens Mr. Obama's celebrity status to that of Paris Hilton and Britney Spears. "So nobody really thinks that Bush or McCain have a real answer for the challenges we face, so what they're going to try to do is make you scared of me," Mr. Obama said in Springfield, Mo., echoing earlier remarks. "You ...
Barbara Boxer Plays the Race Card Against a Black Businessman - Barbara Boxer had a confrontation with the Chairman and CEO of the National Black Chamber of Congress Harry C. Alford. Mr. Alford opposes legislation working its way through Senator Boxer's committee on the environment. To counter his arguments Senator Boxer quotes resolutions by two prominent black groups which Mr. Alford took as "pitting" him against fellow black associations and "racial"
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Obama Resonds to Bill Clinton's Jesse Jackson Comment Barack Obama on ABC's This Week, January 27, 2008