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President Obama’s re-election proved incontrovertibly that there are many whites who have always been, and continue to be, loyal and patriotic to Anglo-Saxons and not so much the United States of America. Or, put another way, they are fanatically loyal to the U.S. as long as there is a white person running the country. This…

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Few stars know what it feels like to become the target of an entire nation better than Stacey Dash, who seemingly became public enemy No. 1 in the black community once she publicly endorsed former Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney.  And though the election is over and President Barack Obama beat out Romney for the presidency,…

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Former Republican vice presidential nominee Paul Ryan played the race card to explain why he and Mitt Romney lost the election to incumbent President Obama. In his first interview since the massacre on Election Day, Ryan’s resentments and disgruntled disposition were evident as he stumbled over political incorrectness to rationalize why they got beat down…

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Millionaire businessman Donald “Birther” Trump has lost the respect of many of his colleagues and many “Apprentice” fans because he’s turned into a heretic, obsessing over President Obama. There’s a petition going around urging Macy’s department chain to drop Trump. More than 400,000 people have signed the moveon.org petition. Here are some other supporters who…

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Just days after President Obama succeeded in his re-election bid, citizens of 15 states filed petitions requesting to secede from the United States to form its own government, the media reports. Louisiana was the first one to jump on the secession bandwagon the day after Obama’s successful retention of the Oval Office and it was…

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There’s a big question floating around: will there be a second inauguration for President Barack Obama since this is his second term? The answer is yes. President Obama and Vice President Joe Biden will have a second inauguration. Here are the top 5 things you should know and remember about the inauguration. –yvette caslin

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  With his public speeches, soaring oratory and all-business public persona, it’s easy to think of Barack Obama— or any president, for that matter — as a mythic figure of sorts. Generally, a nation’s leader is detached in our minds from personal relationships, quiet intimate moments and the unscripted, un-calculated interactions that make the rest of…

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Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney has a team of misfits and mishandlers. Apparently, the web team published his victory website complete with the seal of the president-elect, inauguration information and an affirmation to put Americans back to work. Not sure if this was truly a mistake or not, but the homepage went live in spite…

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Tell the truth: even those who supported the Democratic ticket were surprised that incumbent President Barack Obama won some of the states that he did. But it blew many people’s minds that Obama won both Michigan and Massachussetts, which are Mitt Romney’s birthplace and the state where he was governor — and he lost Massachussetts…

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Not every comedian or entertainer or singer is a liberal or a left-leaning Democrat. Some have very strong, conservative views (which is why some people’s mouths are open as they look at Jenna Jamison’s photo. Since when did she ever do anything conservatively???). But some of these people may surprise you, such as comedians, a…

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President Barack Obama’s victory over Mitt Romney has created confusion and despair in the Republican Party. Several black celebrities believed that Mitt Romney would be a better choice than President Obama. With the election over, the black Republicans who voted for Romney are likely embarrassed. Click continue to view the black Republicans who look foolish…

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The presidential candidate that made clueless Stacey Dash relevant beyond her Clueless fame, Mitt Romney, has lost the election, and Dash poured the contents of her soul on paper in 1,300-word essay. Oftentimes in the letter, Dash sounds, well, clueless. “Perhaps I publically endorsed Romney from a slightly naive place, thinking that I could speak…

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