buckmeister wrote:Fraud is deception for personal gain. Oboma lied about Bengazi to be re-elected (personal gain) He lied about keeping your policy to be re-elected ( personal gain ) . People like Glimmerjim feel morally superior because they voted for a black man, hence they can ignore the obvious lies in order to hold on to their fantasy. Let me help you out Glimmer, Oboma is half white, go ahead and blame the lies on his white half!! you can still hang on to your morally superior fantasy!
I'll try to keep this as polite as possible, buckmeister. I honestly believe that those more intelligent than you on this site do not believe for a moment that I feel morally, or in other other manner, superior to anyone else here because I support a man in his Presidency because he is partly "black". I feel that as a nation it is a good thing to have a "black" man achieve that status. It could help to provide role models and allow others to sense the opportunities that are truly available. It disappoints me when a man such as OJ, who had become a role model to ascendency even if due mostly, simply, to athletic prowess, fails in his positive role. It is too common. It also disappoints me that many that are role models for "black" kids are musicians whose lyrics advocate violence and hatred, or athletes routinely scoffing the law.
I tend to support Obama for several reasons.
One, I am liberally, as opposed to conservatively, minded.
Two, because I firmly believe that his Presidency is the most harshly and critically condemned position in history. Not necessarily because of who he is or his policies, but because of the horrible trend towards ugly political party divisiveness. Romney would have been, in my opinion, just as harshly renounced by the opposing party.
And thirdly, because I like the guy. I like his wit, his intelligence, his demeanor, his dealings with his family, and his ability to make those to whom he speaks feel as if they are speaking to another person. The lack of this ability was Romney's biggest failing. And I must admit that George W Bush has elevated his position in my mind since his retirement from the position for exactly the same reason. It almost seems to turn out that he can be a nice guy, too. Many kudos to him for staying out of the common fray in utter condemnation of Obama. Perhaps he knows more about how rough the position is than we.
So. I hope I have cleared your misconception of why I tend to support Obama. Your original conclusion was the opinion of a moron.