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This is amazing. Let’s see if I got this right. Obama is a politician. He sold the ACA on the caveat that young people have to sign up. Not as many young people sign up as expected. Conservatives complain. Obama goes to where the young people are (this fake talk show) as a clever marketing ploy to grab more young people. Conservatives complain. It goes to show you that conservatives and some of the mainstream media are completely out of touch and simply want Obama to fail because nothing he does is ever right.

As for O’Reilly…I was listening to the Afronerd show on Blogtalk Radio last night and Sergio Mims of IndieWire’s Shadow And Act called in, calling O’Reilly a fraud. O’Reilly’s not a fraud. I believe a fraud is someone who KNOWS he’s peddling horseshit. I think O’Reilly really believes what he’s saying, unlike say, Palin, Limbaugh, Glenn Beck, Coulter or D’Souza. Either that or O’Reilly is an Oscar caliber actor, bar none. I watch how passionate Mr. WE’LL DO IT LIVE!!!! interrupts his guests, like Obama’s pre-Superbowl interview a couple years ago and how he passionately interrupted Jarrett a number of times during that interview. And we know O’Reilly is not stupid. He’s IGNORANT, as is evinced in his calling Common and Kanye West “gangsta rappers.” That’s ignorance, not stupidity. Like I say, this is a man who went to Sylvia’s in Harlem with Al Sharpton and made comments like, “it wasn’t as bad as I thought” or “everyone was well-behaved.” It’s stuff like that, that he could say that with a straight face, without any hint of irony or sarcasm, that convinces me this is one guy who believes everything he’s saying, even when he’s wrong.
We’ve seen presidents wiretap hotel rooms, get blowjobs in the Oval Office, have numerous affairs with celebrities, throw up in the laps of foreign ministers, and yet Obama cleverly goes after a specific demographic to bolster a necessary federal program and THIS is what they say is debasing the presidency??!! Yet, it’s OK for Mitt Romney to go into a black neighborhood in Jacksonville, make a “bling-bling” comment, that’s all right. Or it’s OK for Rand Paul to go and speak condescendingly to the student body of an HBCU. Neither of these two characters are president, but one was running for the presidency at the time and the other is a frontrunner for the 2016 campaign. First and foremost, they’re BOTH politicians. And at the end of the day, Obama is a politician. And for the most part, a smart one. Everybody else needs to get over it.
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