Barack Hussein Obama may be quick to endorse a plan to tax every person in America to pay reparations to minorities, despite the fact that not a single tax-payer today was alive during the cycle of oppression the Democrats began, but I doubt he will be so quick to make a public apology on behalf of all Muslims for having been the most prolific slave traders in history. After all, Obama's family in Kenya is Muslim.
How about donating some of those millions you've accumulated by exploiting Black oppression in America across the world, Hussein? If not, pass the torch to Hillary Clinton!
Source: Star Bulletin
Excerpt from "Obama Notes 'tragic' US Past"
by Laurie Au
The Hawaii-born senator, who has told local reporters that he supports the federal recognition bill for native Hawaiians drafted by U.S. Sen. Daniel Akaka, noted other ethnic groups but did not mention native Hawaiians when answering a question about his thoughts on a formal U.S. apology to American Indians.
"I personally would want to see our tragic history, or the tragic elements of our history, acknowledged," the Democratic presidential hopeful said.
"I consistently believe that when it comes to whether it's Native Americans or African-American issues or reparations, the most important thing for the U.S. government to do is not just offer words, but offer deeds."
Obama, who appeared tired in his first major appearance since returning Saturday from a 10-day trip abroad, met with a receptive audience at the Chicago convention. Some journalists had waited three hours for the 40-minute appearance.
The group had expected Obama and Sen. John McCain to speak on Thursday night, but because of scheduling conflicts, only Obama could attend yesterday morning's talk.
When Obama walked on stage at the McCormick Center, many journalists in the audience leapt to their feet and applauded enthusiastically after being told not to do so. During a two-minute break halfway through the event, which was broadcast live on CNN, journalists ran to the stage to snap photos of Obama.
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