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#40 - robuntu
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(06/21/2014) [-]
I think it's incredibly racist to call Obama black.

Mother == White
Father == Black

Calling him black is like saying his mother didn't matter at all, she had nothing to do with his existence. He's as white as he is black. And that's cool. He should be an example of a non-racial candidate - he's equally black and equally white.

But no, racist black people were all, 'OMG BLACK MAN IN DA WHITE HOUSE YA'LL!' and racist white people were all, 'GOD DAMN WE GOT US A NEEGRO IN OFFICE? DANG DAMBIT!'

And now everyone seems to think he's black. And some ignorant people love him for being black, and other ignorant people hate him for being black.

I don't care much either way, but I think it's kind of sad.
#82 to #40 - wtfduud
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(06/21/2014) [-]
Why is it racist to say he is black? Is there something wrong with being black?
#84 to #82 - robuntu
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(06/22/2014) [-]
There is nothing wrong with being black, but Obama isn't black.....
#85 to #84 - wtfduud
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(06/22/2014) [-]
Why is it bad that people say he is black then?
#86 to #85 - robuntu
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(06/22/2014) [-]
Because he's not black.

If he were black, call him black. If he were white, call him white. Nothing is wrong with either. But he's not black or white. His Mom was white. His Dad was black. He is bi-racial.

Calling him black is ignoring the fact that people CAN be biracial, and that's racist. It's also saying that one race is dominate over the other, 'Well, white + black == black, unless he's got light skin, right? Then we call him white?'. It's ignorant.

#79 to #40 - elcreepo
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(06/21/2014) [-]
Some people think he's Muslim too and with the terrorists because he wasn't born here.
#61 to #40 - ohmygwad
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#57 to #40 - ruderoody ONLINE
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(06/21/2014) [-]
Dude honestly who cares also btw the correct term is either biracial or multiracial no one is "non-racial"
#70 to #57 - robuntu
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(06/21/2014) [-]
I didn't say HE was non-racial. I said he should be an example of a non-racial candidate.

Go to Google.
Type 'Define: non-racial'
Read:
not involving racial factors or racial discrimination.

That's exactly what I'm saying. He should be a candidate that, more than almost any other, should be non-racial. He's not black, he's not white, he's both, it shouldn't matter. He should just be a candidate/politician. There shouldn't be racial factors or discrimination. It's true of everyone but ESPECIALLY true for him, since he's kind of in the middle of two.

But yeah, that's for telling me how I'm wrong. Be sure to write Google and let them know their dictionary is busted too. Thanks!
#44 to #40 - mytwocents
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#50 to #44 - anon
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(06/21/2014) [-]
Nice gif