Thursday, November 13, 2008

Black Has Its Priviledge...First Post Election Obama Interview Goes to Ebony

Just in from the Mulatto White House...seems that Obama has made a tactical mistake in granting his first interview to a Black Magazine (Ebony). As the PEOPLE's PRESIDENT, not just the Black peoples president, seems to me a more broad scope publication should have been in order. Maybe some blogger needs to start a, "Obama, My White President" blog.

Thursday, November 13, 2008

Black Has It's Priviledge? Plus Other Obama No Change News

Lending credence to the election week news that Obama kicked some white Pro John McCain news media off his campaign plane to make room for black media, it seems that Black does have its priviledge in the Barack Obama Reverse Racism White House...seems the PEOPLES president gave his first post election victory interview to the Black Community magazine Ebony. With all due respect, Ebony is read by what percentage of AMERICAN HOUSEHOLDS? Do not see a problem with granting Ebony an interview, but THE FIRST ONE? That sends a clear signal that Obama is NOT THE PEOPLES PRESIDENT FIRST, but instead of the BLACK PEOPLES PRESIDENT FIRST.

In other news...what kind of CHANGE is it when you plan on making Hillary Clinton your Secretary of State? This is not a Obama Administration of Change, but instead appears to be an Obama repaying favors and ass licking the Clinton's Administration.

Meanwhile, Obama wants Billions for America's Automakers, while so far DOING NOTHING FOR MAIN STREET AMERICANS except telling us he wants to fuck us up the ass by granting 12-15 million illegal aliens citizenship, and HEALTH CARE! IF this is what Obama calls change, he can shove it up his ass and rotate on it, as he so far is embracing policies and forward directions meant to screw the Middle Class American worker.

Obama gives Ebony magazine post-election interview

Thursday, November 13, 2008; 9:24 PM

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President-elect Barack Obama gave his first post-election interview on Thursday to Ebony magazine, one of the oldest black-owned publications in the United States and based in his hometown of Chicago.

In an interview to appear in its January 2009 issue, Obama spoke on issues including his historic election, international reaction to it and his hope to capitalize on the enthusiasm of millions of supporters, Ebony said in a statement.

The son of a black father from Kenya and white mother from Kansas, Obama made history by winning the presidential election on November 4, an achievement seen as a breakthrough in U.S. race relations.

"I'm very humbled by the fact that I stand on the shoulders of all the people who made these incredible contributions to lift this country up," Obama was quoted as saying in the interview.

Hillary Clinton emerges as State dept candidate

CHICAGO, Nov. 13, 2008 (Reuters) — Sen. Hillary Clinton emerged on Thursday as a candidate to be U.S. secretary of state for Barack Obama, months after he defeated her in an intense contest for the Democratic presidential nomination. ... > full story

Obama wants bigger aid effort for auto giants

WASHINGTON, Nov. 13, 2008 (Reuters) — President-elect Barack Obama has supported extension of more than $25 billion in quick government aid for distressed U.S. automakers while Republicans forcefully questioned a bailout being crafted by Democrats. ... > full story

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