Black People : Election 2012: Texas has Something to Hide

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  1. river

    river Watch Her Flow MEMBER

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    http://www.finalcall.com/artman/publish/National_News_2/article_9316.shtml

    I remember in 2008 when Obama won, there were people walking around here with picket signs talking about the anti-Christ. Now, we got republican cats down in Florida registering dead people and throwing away voter registration cards. But this article talks about something going on here in Texas that could potentially lead to an international incident. Texas interfering with the United Nations attempt to monitor elections in so-called democratic countries.

    So next time America goes out trying to tell other people how to run their nation, the international community will remember this. The governor and attorney general talking about they won't stand for foreigners interfering with their laws bears a striking resemblance to their attitudes when folks came down from the north to fight jim crow laws. We won't allow yawl to tell us how to treat our nigggers.

    Well, all I knows is, in 2008, 60% of Whites voted for McCain and it didn't help. By nominating Romney, whose ruthless business practices spoke louder than anything he could have said in the debates, the Republicans have galvanized the very people they've been trying to anesthetize the last 4 years..

    So even if you're one of those folks who thinks Obama hasn't done anything for Blacks, still nothing could be worse for us than a Romney/Ryan administration. If someone puts a knife to your throat, closing your eyes and refusing to acknowledge the danger is not going to save your life.
    So get out there and vote.
     
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    And I hear that there are 2 other states doing it as well.
    It's not Texas that has something to hide, but this whole country. It's called "hypocrisy".
     
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    Lol some of these post really makes me laugh, this an election year, the dysphoria is always like that.
     
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    What is dysphoria Black-king? Just curious...


    Peace In,
     
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    For some reason every election somehow comes with a doomsday feel with it. Like I remember many people were saying if Obama won 4 years ago, it would be the end of America, that only lasted for few days after the election. Some said the would leave the country, others were afraid of civil war, that's how it is around election time, though I must say President Obama being elected took it to another level.
     
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    So, dysphoria is a word you made up, and this is the definition?

    Peace In,

     
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    Sorry brother, I owe you an apology:

    Question: What is Dysphoria?
    Answer: Dysphoria is a word that turns up often in the literature and in dicussions relating to bipolar disorder. However, the exact meaning of the word dysphoria seems to be rather vague, and its use is often confusing.

    For example, one of our forum members, Lucie, wrote, "I went with my daughter to her pdoc [psychiatrist] on Tuesday and started talking about her dysphoria. The pdoc stopped me and asked me what I meant by dysphoria. I said that I understood dysphoria to be mania in the form of agitation, anger, etc. She said no, that is just mania. But I thought that mania came in a couple of forms - euphoric where you feel 'on top of the world' in one form or another and dysphoric where you are filled with rage, energy, agitation, rapid speech, etc. What's going on?"
    http://bipolar.about.com/cs/faqs/f/faq_dysphoria.htm

    Thanks for giving me more work to do, lol...

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    No prob, apology accepted.
     
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    river Watch Her Flow MEMBER

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    Did brotha Kemetstry say something about crazy elephants:D? These jokers are out of their freaking minds. They trying to act like this is just his opinion, but when a judge takes action to prepare for war, that's a cut above mere opinion. He either has some empirical basis for saying it or he is seriously delusional and not fit to be a judge.
     
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