Thursday, October 30, 2008

Caption These Photos.


12 AverageComments™:

boboso said...

If you can't beat 'em, join 'em.

Kirby said...

I don't have a caption ,although I do like the one above me, but I do think that this picture speaks volumes as to what is going on in our nation at this time. Whites who have for a long time had a distrust and deep rooted distain for blacks are forced to look not only at themselves but also at this country's leaders and examine who has their and their family's best interest at hand. Everyone is in a position of watching our country go to hell in a handbasket and only one person has shown the ability and intelligence needed to lead our country to some form of normalcy. What ya'll think is white suffering the end to racism? Can a symbol of hatred be considered patriotic?

Inquisitive Mind said...

On NPR the other day they were talking about how Obama may or may not unite several of the white supremacist sects in the US. On one hand, many wanted to gather up as many people as possible so that Obama wouldn't win the presidency (vote for McCain), but then there were others that wanted to round up people to vote for Obama. The reasoning being that the angrier white people got, the more their groups would grow. Obama would be the catalyst. My thing is if it gets Obama more votes, why not?

spool32 said...

Esquire Magazine interviews White Supremacists for Obama.

The jist: They respect somebody who sticks up for his race...

Also in that short article, one Black Nationalist for McCain... he thinks Obama isn't black enough and that he'll betray the race while pandering to whites.

Some people are just crazy...

the uppity negro said...

CAPTION: "Signs are posted by former McCain supporters who need family healthcare after they lose their teeth when the mule kicked them after plowing the back forty or after they beat their wives."

Black Diaspora said...

@spool32...Also in that short article, one Black Nationalist for McCain... he thinks Obama isn't black enough and that he'll betray the race while pandering to whites.

Oh, I get it: The kind of pandering he's guilty of by voting for McCain.

stella said...

"We support the white half"

ebonygentleman said...

"Signs of the Second Coming!"

EG

The Pretty Brown Girl said...

Main Street, USA...in Bizarro World.

Ezra said...

Turns out we'd rather he marry our daughters than McCain...

spool32 said...

ROTFL@stella

hahahah

Kit (Keep It Trill) said...

As I looked at that pic of idiotic Joe The Unlicensed Plumber, I realized that for Halloween and any other day of the year, he'd be the perfect Frankenstein for Halloween, and McCain could be the Hunchback of Notre Dame. They wouldn't even need much makeup.

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