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Remember, race has nothing to do with it...

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Who's the one using race to get votes? It certainly isn't Romney.

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Thank god for people like you who dont help to make it more prevalent than it should be.

/sarcasm

Guess it's better to keep in under the hood, as they say.

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Guess it's better to keep in under the hood, as they say.

Well no, but your tactics could be a bit more tasteful...not to mention the umbrella statements are only adding to the fire. The issue of racism is a mere illusion and does not deserve to be given the time of day...it is pushed for the purpose of enabling division. With that being said, let's not fall for the bait any longer.

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Race isn't the # 1 issue, but to deny it plays a part is naive to the point of being purposefully ignorant.

Race is still a major, major part of the opposition to Obama. There's only so many "Go back to Africa" signs and "Obama's gonna repaint the White House" jokes (psssst, they're not really jokes) one can overlook.

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Race isn't the # 1 issue, but to deny it plays a part is naive to the point of being purposefully ignorant.

Race is still a major, major part of the opposition to Obama. There's only so many "Go back to Africa" signs and "Obama's gonna repaint the White House" jokes (psssst, they're not really jokes) one can overlook.

It is also naive to say that racism is not a major part of the support for Obama.

The % of African Americans votign democrat went up significantly in the last election. The likely cause for that is the fact the he is black.

People are ignorant if the reason they are voting for someone or the reason they are voting against someone is based upon their race.

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Please, tell us all about your daily oppression.

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I was refused entry to grad school because of my skin color. When I walked out in public with my black fiance, we were both subjected to racist statements of all kinds. I am not qualified for the united ***** college fund.

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Please, tell us all about your daily oppression.

I do not have to be oppressed to recognize racial bias and discrimination.

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i always love the white guy who thinks he gets street cred for pointing out the other white guy's racial ignorance.

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