Fondly Remembering Obama – 8/16/2017

At Selma 50 Years after Bloody Sunday – John Lewis who had been brutally injured on that day, March 8, 2015 (From Obama Photographer Pete Souza via Instagram)

Wondering why a few conservative friends are less than impressed.

6 thoughts on “Fondly Remembering Obama – 8/16/2017”

  1. That is a damnable lie, Mr. Dubya. You should be ashamed of yourself, but I know that you are not.

    I have placed some blame on President Obama for the deterioration of race relations and cited concrete reasons why he is also responsbile for his part many times in the past. I am not blaming him because he is black. I am blaming him because he is culpable, along with Trump, and many other people of all colors whom are race agitators.

    I dare say you have become one of them.

    Even when I make an inoffensive comment saying that Burr’s picture was indeed a poignant one of a sincere embrace, you find it necessary to stir the pot with just a pinch of your venom added for flavor. Who is the one that is always demonizing and stirring up hate and discontent truly, Dave?

    1. Mr. Paine.

      I apologize. You have always been more than fair in your judgment of Obama. And BLM. And Professor Gates. And Trayvon Martin… Your “some blame” for them is nothing but fair and impartial.

      And yes, those anti-Nazi protesters were just as much to blame for the violence. Very bad people.

      I must be one of those deranged liberals with roots in Nazi Germany, as you’ve kindly shown.

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