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Ted Sheridan


White Guilt


Former President Bill Clinton
Eventually plays the race card
The way all liberals will when threatend
With an uprising down on the plantation
Over and over and time after time
We have seen this card trick done
They have used this tactic on the people
And up until now they have always won
But this time things are different
The people will say 'No' to this Uncle Tom'
And white guilt will elect our first black President

Note: If Condi Rice was running I'd vote for her....but just look how she was depicted by political cartoonist. All racism is politics.

2008 © T Sheridan

Submitted: Saturday, January 26, 2008
Edited: Wednesday, January 30, 2008

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  • Rookie - 112 Points Ronald Stroman (1/26/2008 7:35:00 AM)

    Black guilt will make sure... this time, that the next already rich white President will 'undoubtedly' know, which is the best part of the fried chicken to put hotsauce, when visiting Blach Churches.

    Hillary and Obama are a bad experiment, and everything else about this white election; a bad joke. We get the same results if King Kong or Godzilla wins, when they're both runnin' from Fred Thompson; who has no chance of winning an Emmy.

    I'll stop posting at PH if a Black or that White woman wins. And i'm Black and loooove White women overweight and overaged

    Take care Ted. No harm intended. Just my point of poetic view.. (Report) Reply

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