I won’t vote for Barack Obama, but not because of the color of his skin. I would enthusiastically support a black Presidential candidate who isn’t beholden to the powers that be.
Actually, Cynthia McKinney doesn’t have any globalist handlers who control her, that I can tell. But Chuck Baldwin of the Constitution Party is a candidate that I can totally trust to lead this nation correctly.
Deep-seated racial misgivings could cost Barack Obama the White House if the election is close, according to an AP-Yahoo News poll that found one-third of white Democrats harbor negative views toward blacks — many calling them “lazy,” “violent” or responsible for their own troubles.
The poll suggests that the percentage of voters who may turn away from Obama because of his race could easily be larger than the final difference between the candidates in 2004 — about 2½ percentage points.
Certainly, Republican John McCain has his own obstacles:
He’s an ally of an unpopular president and would be the nation’s oldest first-term president. But Obama faces this: 40 percent of all white Americans hold at least a partly negative view toward blacks, and that includes many Democrats and independents.