Barak Hussein Obama is an admitted cocaine abuser

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in PoliticalOutsider edited January 2014
Link: http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/16443180/





I guess the best questions for Barak Hussain Obama are?



1. Did you smoke/freebase the cocaine or inject it?

2. If you injected the cocaine, where and how did you hide the needle marks. Was it between your toes or what and are the needle marks still there?

3. While using the cocaine ? how many times did you ?touch the sky?





I could see past a little pot - but geez, cocaine, freakin' cocaine - that is some hard stuff brother.



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  • shawnjshawnj Posts: 6,656member
    Barack Hussein Obama.



    And your focus on this is frankly basillyus.
  • segoviussegovius Posts: 9,872member
    Maybe he was basing it up with Dubya....



    I agree though....this is an outrage...why didn't he just wait till Afghanistan went Fubar and the opium warlords put back on the throne?



    Then he could have got Smack instead for a far cheaper price.......



    Just stupid...this is the pathetic quality of politicians these days.
  • mydomydo Posts: 1,888member
    It's better for it to come out not rather than later. At least no repug' can spring it on in with and October Surprise.



    The real crime is his bad writing.



    "Junkie. Pothead. That's where I'd been headed: the final, fatal role of the young would-be black man. . . . I got high [to] push questions of who I was out of my mind."





    Who gets high to "push questions of who I was out of my mind." What nonsense! I'm going to guess that plain old peer pressure and partying and trying to have a blast were what induced him to try drugs.



    Forgivable
  • splinemodelsplinemodel Posts: 7,311member
    While ultimately I don't care that much, I really don't see why so many Liberals are so enamored with the guy. Really, just another run-of-the-mill politician with a racial gimmick.
  • spindlerspindler Posts: 713member
    To add to Splinemodel's post, what exactly is it that makes him or anyone else become the "hot" politician? Now people will be talking about him since he is the hot politician, which will therefore further make him the hot politician. How did all this start? Is it all a creation of the press? I could see that America is tired of boring old white guys arguing with each other, but other than that, what has he done that is so special?
  • jimmacjimmac Posts: 11,897member
    This is really a nonissue. Especially since our current president was a drug abuser also!



    Obamba represents a new direction in democratic politics. With new ideas. Something we desperately need. That's what makes him special!



    Yes he's black. I'd like to see a black president. Even just to see how much our high sounding words mean if nothing else.



    I imagine the GOP will try to attack him with this but given their current leader had a similar problem ( and more ) I doubt that they'll be able to make it stick.
  • mac on a macmac on a mac Posts: 441member
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by jimmac View Post


    This is really a nonissue. Especially since our current president was a drug abuser also!



    Obamba represents a new direction in democratic politics. With new ideas. Something we desperately need. That's what makes him special!



    Yes he's black. I'd like to see a black president. Even just to see how much our high sounding words mean if nothing else.



    I imagine the GOP will try to attack him with this but given their current leader had a similar problem ( and more ) I doubt that they'll be able to make it stick.





    It should be a non-issue, but it won't be.
  • bacillusbacillus Posts: 313member
    I’m a republican and I really what Barak Hussein Obama to be the candidate. Barak Hussein Obama, A black cocaine/drug user (for an extended time no less), who comes from a long line of Muslims…cannot get much worse than that politically speaking.



    For swing voters, this will be GOLD. It will give voters an excuse not to vote for, Barak Hussein Obama, a black candidate to be frank. Most people don't like saying "I'm not voting for that black Muslim for president", but the decision to do so becomes more palatable when they can justify it by saying "I'm not voting for that coke head... Barak Hussein Obama" - when in the back of their mind they are really thinking that black-Muslim.



    I cannot wait for 08 if he, Barak Hussein Obama, is the candidate - we will DESTROY HIM .





    (I know he claims not to be a Muslim....but with a name like Barak Hussein Obama, he might as well be for political purpuses)





    Notice the number of times I refer to him as " Barak Hussein Obama" - that is no accident and is a preview of things to come should he, Barak Hussein Obama, somehow find his way onto the ticket



    Oh, and we will be saying "Osama" (just that part of the name) a lot as well in the coming days. Will not call Barak Hussein Obama as “Osama” directly, but mention them enough close by and by conflation, we will link them in the minds of others.
  • hardeeharharhardeeharhar Posts: 4,841member
    Craw back into the cyst from whence you came, Bacillus... You are an intolerably ignorant bacterium.
  • bacillusbacillus Posts: 313member
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by hardeeharhar View Post


    Craw back into the cyst from whence you came, Bacillus... You are an intolerably ignorant bacteria.



    I have enough respect for everyone here to be upfront, and say what I think. Does not mean that I’m right…but at least I’m being honest.



    Oh, and what exactly did I say that was “intolerably ignorant”



    Oh, and its bacterium (not bacteria) it should read "intolerably ignorant bacterium"
  • hardeeharharhardeeharhar Posts: 4,841member
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by Bacillus View Post


    Oh, and what exactly did I say that was “intolerably ignorant”



    Oh, and its bacterium (not bacteria) it should read "intolerably ignorant bacterium"



    Support for a political party above all else... And while I agree Obama's chances of winning are close to nil because of his race, your apparent joy in this fact disgusts me. It amounts to an intentional schadenfreude due to racism...



    And you are right about the tense of the word bacteria... I have fixed it, thank you. <-- Never good with the latin... to this day I screw up spectra/um when describing data I have collected...
  • bacillusbacillus Posts: 313member
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by hardeeharhar View Post


    Support for a political party above all else... And while I agree Obama's chances of winning are close to nil because of his race, your apparent joy in this fact disgusts me. It amounts to an intentional schadenfreude due to racism...



    And you are right about the tense of the word bacteria... I have fixed it, thank you. <-- Never good with the latin... to this day I screw up spectra/um when describing data I have collected...



    His race, to me has noting to do with it for me. I have several key differences with the Democratic party, and a win for them is a loss for me.



    We can dance around the issue of race all day long ? but this is how I see it; disagree if you like?



    Many voters do not want to admit it, but they feel uneasy voting for someone who is black?or in his case a half mix of white and black (which is seen as a greater sin by many people).Now, most don?t want to admit to this, and might even vote for him as a result. However, the trick to preventing them from voting for him is to give them something to hang their hat on ? like his name, his parental heritage, or this cocaine use. Many voters will be better able to rationalize their decision not to vote for a black man?if said black man is an admitted cocaine user or his father was Muslim or playing up the fact that his name shares a striking phonetic similarity to two of the most vilified Muslims in modern history.



    This is politics ? and the Democrats would do the same thing if positions were revered.



    BTW ? I was joking about the bacteria vs. bacterium thing, I was adding a joking ending, not critiquing what your typed.
  • hardeeharharhardeeharhar Posts: 4,841member
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by Bacillus View Post


    His race, to me has noting to do with it for me. I have several key differences with the Democratic party, and a win for them is a loss for me.



    We can dance around the issue of race all day long ? but this is how I see it; disagree if you like?



    Many voters do not want to admit it, but they feel uneasy voting for someone who is black?or in his case a half mix of white and black (which is seen as a greater sin by many people).Now, most don?t want to admit to this, and might even vote for him as a result. However, the trick to preventing them from voting for him is to give them something to hang their hat on ? like his name, his parental heritage, or this cocaine use. Many voters will be better able to rationalize their decision not to vote for a black man?if said black man is an admitted cocaine user or his father was Muslim or playing up the fact that his name shares a striking phonetic similarity to two of the most vilified Muslims in modern history.



    This is politics ? and the Democrats would do the same thing if positions were revered.



    BTW ? I was joking about the bacteria vs. bacterium thing, I was adding a joking ending, not critiquing what your typed.



    Fair enough...



    I actually think it will be merely sufficient for them to realize that he is black... I have found that most people who harbor actual ill will towards people of some difference are fine with it when they realize it -- it might not go so far as admitting they are a xxxists but they won't have a problem with their feelings.
  • thuh freakthuh freak Posts: 2,664member
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by Bacillus View Post


    1. Did you smoke/freebase the cocaine or inject it?

    2. If you injected the cocaine, where and how did you hide the needle marks. Was it between your toes or what and are the needle marks still there?

    3. While using the cocaine ? how many times did you ?touch the sky?



    I may have missed it, but do they imply its anything other than intranasal use? Cocaine is one of the most popular drugs. I believe its the second most popular illicit drug in America (following marijuana). If the republican machine can keep W's nose from being a poli issue, there is hope for the new Dem party to hide Obama's.



    Quote:
    Originally Posted by Bacillus


    Oh, and we will be saying "Osama" (just that part of the name) a lot as well in the coming days. Will not call Barak Hussein Obama as ?Osama? directly, but mention them enough close by and by conflation, we will link them in the minds of others.



    your honesty is nice, but it reveals what you may not want. You're intentionally encouraging the deception of your brethren. And it looks like you want a metal or something for being a dishonest prick.
  • sammi josammi jo Posts: 4,634member
    Good for him he freely admitted it, rather than being outed in the middle of a presidential campaign.



    Obama...another bought politician/weasel.



    Sigh
  • brbr Posts: 8,252member
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by Bacillus View Post


    I?m a republican and I really what Barak Hussein Obama to be the candidate. Barak Hussein Obama, A black cocaine/drug user (for an extended time no less), who comes from a long line of Muslims?cannot get much worse than that politically speaking.



    For swing voters, this will be GOLD. It will give voters an excuse not to vote for, Barak Hussein Obama, a black candidate to be frank. Most people don't like saying "I'm not voting for that black Muslim for president", but the decision to do so becomes more palatable when they can justify it by saying "I'm not voting for that coke head... Barak Hussein Obama" - when in the back of their mind they are really thinking that black-Muslim.



    I cannot wait for 08 if he, Barak Hussein Obama, is the candidate - we will DESTROY HIM .





    (I know he claims not to be a Muslim....but with a name like Barak Hussein Obama, he might as well be for political purpuses)





    Notice the number of times I refer to him as " Barak Hussein Obama" - that is no accident and is a preview of things to come should he, Barak Hussein Obama, somehow find his way onto the ticket



    Oh, and we will be saying "Osama" (just that part of the name) a lot as well in the coming days. Will not call Barak Hussein Obama as ?Osama? directly, but mention them enough close by and by conflation, we will link them in the minds of others.



    So basically you don't give a shit about the country. You would use racism and intentional subterfuge to advance your own party's agenda. You are what is wrong with this country. If all of you got up and left tomorrow, I would not miss you.
  • trumptmantrumptman Posts: 16,202member
    Bacillus sounds like a made-up troll.



    Nick
  • rageousrageous Posts: 2,170member
    It's clearly an act.







    A poorly executed one at that.
  • mmcgann11mmcgann11 Posts: 66member
    Trolling can be fun, I guess.



    But I do think it's an issue ? but more of a "how well do we know this guy?" is he something more than a: flavor of the month, or b: the anti-Hillary so many in the Democratic Party are seeking.



    I miss having Al Gore to kick around.
  • splinemodelsplinemodel Posts: 7,311member
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by jimmac View Post


    Obamba represents a new direction in democratic politics. With new ideas. Something we desperately need. That's what makes him special!



    Which is??? It's just like when Hillary (or her aides) are asked to describe her positions: they avoid the topic. Now, most of us realize that Hillary's position is pure Lady MacBeth, but I don't know much about Obama.



    As far as I can tell, the only thing "new" in this "new direction" is that he's not white and comes from an Islamic background. To me, these aren't the big issues. Nor is cocaine use. Frankly, I know plenty of people who have used cocaine, then stopped. Hell, most of them probably run your mutual funds, and I'd a lot sooner vote for one of them for president than I would almost any career politician, drug free or not. The question I have for you is entirely political: what has Obama done that indicates he is some kind of bold, free-thinking dude?
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