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Monday, March 1, 2010

Farrakhan Says "White Right" Is Trying To Make Obama One-Term President!

Its seems that Barack Obama just can't escape his Chicago past, but then when you stop and think he really has no other that we know about. Obama has struggled hard to brush aside his dark Chicago history, one filled with such unsavory characters as Farrakhan, Rev Wright, Bill Ayers and others. In the campaign he had to present himself as a centrists, a man for all people. Someone who would bring about acceptable and rational change for a nation yearning with hope for change and he succeeded.

Now one of his former friends is stepping forward to play the race card again, a card that was repeatedly played by the Obama campaign in route to the Oval Office. Louis Farrakhan, of the Nation of Islam, is stepping forward to blame the "white right" for Obama's troubles. This is only fitting as Farrakhan and Rev Wright blame the white man for all the black mans problems and the conservative white and Jew are especially evil. They simply tolerate and use those progressive whites who they need to advance their goals. I would agree with Louis Farrakhan on one thing, "whitey" does want Obama to be a one-term president, but he is joined by many "blackie's" who want the same thing. Of course, in the eyes of Farrakhan, those "blackie's don't count and are viewed as traitorous "Uncle Tom's", and if anything are hated more than the evil white man.

Yes, Barack your old buddies are back with you, heck they really never left! Maybe they can get you out of the fix you find yourself in for no one else will. Moderates have now seen you for what you are and want no part of your radical agenda no matter how hard you try to sugar coat it. I wonder, did the call go out to Farrakhan by way of Rahm Emanuel or perhaps some other Chicago buddy.

CHICAGO -- Nation of Islam Minister Louis Farrakhan claims the "white right" is trying to make Barack Obama a one-term president.

The 76-year-old says the stalling of health care legislation is proof.

Farrakhan is addressing followers of the Chicago-based movement that has embraced black nationalism since its founding. Sunday's keynote speech is before an estimated 20,000 people on the last day of the group's Saviours Day convention.

Farrakhan has vigorously supported Obama. Even so, Obama distanced himself from Farrakhan before his election because of Farrakhan's past statements that were considered anti-Semitic.

During the hours long speech, Farrakhan boasted of being bigger than a prophet.

full story at FOX News
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