Thursday, January 14, 2010

Regarding Obama, and other influential Black Americans

I didn't vote for Obama, and don't plan on voting for him in 2012. But, I have always thought that the screaming about Obama and his wife being "racists" and "hating America" sounded pathetic. If my fellow white conservatives are incapable of seeing the class and style of these people, then I guess the communists in the dem party are correct, that they are simply hopeless bigots who cannot see reality.

When Bill O'reilly met Michelle at the white house christmas party, his reaction was, "she is charismatic, articulate and beautiful".

I agree. Even though I am a "white nationalist", I have always had a taste for "women of color".

Don't get me wrong. I have never pretended to be some big liberal guiltywhiteboy, weeping about the mistreatment of "people of color". Frankly, I care about my people, the white people, period. That doesn't mean I wish any ill-will toward people of color, but i simply don't care to have anything to do with them. I know, I know, that makes me a "racist", and a bad guy. I don't care.

I spend most of my postings fighting against immigration. I want immigration totally halted, except for the H1B category, high-tech workers, researchers with advanced degrees, entrepreneurs with money to invest. That is the ONLY type of immigration we benefit from economically.

Regarding Obama, and other influential Black Americans, I don't understand why a Black American would support amnesty for illegal aliens, and unlimited visas for more poor, unskilled, 3rd world immigrants to come here. I have read many stories about Black Americans being elbowed out of the job market by low-paid illegal allens. If I was Black, I would be yelling at my congressman and senator, NO AMNESTY!