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Morgan Freeman Says Obama Is Not First Black President

July 9, 2012 by  

Morgan Freeman Says Obama Is Not First Black President
Morgan Freeman wants America to admit that Barack Obama is the “first mixed-race president.”

In an interview with NPR, Oscar-winning actor Morgan Freeman expressed dislike for the fact that most Americans consider President Barack Obama the first black President.

During his appearance on “Tell Me More,” Freeman said, “Barack had a mama, and she was white — very white American, Kansas, middle of America. There was no argument about who he is or what he is. America’s first black president hasn’t arisen yet. He’s not America’s first black president — he’s America’s first mixed-race president.”

Obama has proudly worn the mantle of America’s first black President. In 2010, the White House confirmed that Obama opted to check the census box that says “Black, African Am., or Negro.”

In 2009, comedian Wanda Sykes made an apt observation during a dinner at the White House. “The first black president! I’m proud to be able to say that. That’s unless you screw up. And then it’s going to be, ‘What’s up with the half-white guy?’”

Freeman conveyed that he is unhappy with the reluctance of Republicans and Democrats to work together, and he is disheartened by the current state of the country.

Bryan Nash

Staff writer Bryan Nash has devoted much of his life to searching for the truth behind the lies that the masses never question. He is currently pursuing a Master's of Divinity and is the author of The Messiah's Misfits, Things Unseen and The Backpack Guide to Surviving the University. He has also been a regular contributor to the magazine Biblical Insights.

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  • GALT

    One Drop Theory vs. High Yellow Theory……or the commie socialist, paid for by the
    unregulated free market capitalists of Wall St. Gonna be a great day here in divide to conquer land.

    • GALT

      Btw….just for fun in the sound bite mind world……the opposite of progressive is not
      conservative………but give it time…….it may be coming to a dictionary near YOU?

      • Steve E

        Galt, You are right, there are many so called conservatives that are progressives. The opposite of Progressive is Constitutionalism.

      • GALT

        Like YOU would have a clue…..

        So, where are the ( common ) law and equity courts?

        Maybe the staph writer will share this TRUTH with you? or the staph employer?

      • Steve E

        Galt, you are definitely proof that liberalism is a mental disorder. I don’t care though. Keep on proving it.

      • Rebecca

        It’s “Staff Writer” not “Staph Writer”. Staph is a bacterial infection.

      • GALT

        Go CHILDREN Slow…… does take time…….no childe left behind no matter how olde or willfully IGNORANT……… some POINT……your better nature will surface……….

        The TRUTH can be good for business………the employer just has to stop hiring staph.

      • GALT

        So, where are the (common) law and equity courts?

      • duane

        The opposite of progressive in the political sense is common sense. Which you lack in abundance.

      • GALT

        Always nice to hear from a fan, duane……..I’m telling you bobby…..this guy is ripe for the TRUTH about that common law stuff………

        Meanwhile duane says: “huh, common law and equity….what is that?”

      • Nancy in Nebraska

        GALT, I don’t know you but you paint a picture of yourself as a mean little man who takes pleasure in squashing bugs or killing small animals. If you cared about that which you speak or about your fellow man, you would explain what you say so that others could understand it. Instead you flaunt your education and knowledge as a weapon against those who have less. You speak as if you are superior to everyone who has a different set of knowledge than you do. Knowledge is meant to be shared. That is why people talk to each other on these sites. Everyone comes with a different mind set, a different set of beliefs. If you feel that you have knowledge that others don’t have, share it. Otherwise you’re just being a jerk. Ignorance is not stupidity. It is just not knowing!

      • Wil

        Nancy-you’re saying GALT actually has an education? Sorry,but I really couldn’t tell from all the retarded babbling. Sure, he can spell,but what is he saying that we haven’t already heard from numerous other narcissistic,pseudo-intellectual Alinskyites?

    • Mike in MI

      Whatever,…GALT -
      One thing I think I can say for sure is that when it’s all sad an’ dumb you’ll see that Barack Obama is one of the most despised names in our history. That’s not “hated”. Hatred is usually an emotion – devoid of thought or reason or congruity with facts of history and hard experience. “Despised” carries all those elements connected to reality that “hatred” doesn’t. Hatred is blindly run from inside oneself by unhuman entities that manage to get hold of people, their blood hormone levels and certain brain centers to influence unholy thought and habitual/compulsive behaviors.
      No, I think the feelings toward BO (Plenty) are going to be based on hard experience. One of those sets of hard experience are going to be the sadness of our darker hued brothers and sisters at how badly BRAK affected the very brave and worthy civil rights struggles in this culture. After he’s finished the stupid “HATERS” in this land are going to have and use every opportunity to point to BRAK and say something like, “See? SEE? He’s why we can’t trust THEM in any position of authority around here. They’re too stupid for responsibility! They always F—it up, always.”
      That’s why I think that when all is said and done we’ll all be sad an’ dumb. Greatly diminished.
      And it’s too bad. People like you GUILT (not GALT) will be a large part of the reason it will have been made possible.

      • GALT

        Why thank you Mike…….I know you probably believe it is impossible to ignore such a great mind as you believe yourself to possess…………unfortunately, as an w.i. A.L.F. you are of no consequence to me……….

      • Mike in MI

        Now, now, GUILT -
        I know that’s not true because you responded. That’s not a put down that’s affirmation when coming from you.

  • Ted Crawford

    What’s this !? Now even his fellow Black Racists are disavowing him? Even with the lethargic, mind numbing, almost a Campaign of Romney, there still may be hope!

    • Kathy

      I agree, Ted. Always loved Morgan Freeman as an Actor starting with “Driving Miss Daisy”. Was really dismayed when it became very apparent that he is way over sensitive on race issues. Or is it that only white folks can be called racists? Oblamer has set race relations back many decades. It’s still a free country, but I really wish Actors would stick to their fiction and stay out of the real world. I keep a list of Liberal Actors and do not go to their movies. Why should I contribute to their liberal causes!!! Sad to learn that Streep is an Oblamer supporter.

      • firefight

        I learned that fact about Streep a couple years ago from a woman here in town who actually went to school with Streep. This woman is a liberal as well and nothing you or I can say or do will change her from believing that she voted for the right man. Every conversation begins with, ok, here are my facts and here is where you go to verify them……..and alway ends with her telling me that it is all made up to make her presidential choice look bad. I’ve told her that he doesn’t need any help with that. These people have the most closed minds ever and it is they who are sending this country into the sh—er.

      • Vigilant

        Kathy, I understand where you’re coming from.When the political sentiments of Meryl Streep, Danny Glover, Ed Asner, George Clooney, et. al. came to light over time, I too have been disappointed. The difference is that I mentally separate the acting vs. activism aspects when i watch their movies. They are, after all. good actors.

        The only one I refuse to patronize with DVD rentals is Hanoi Jane Fonda. When she became a traitor by giving aid and comfort to the enemy, she committed an unconscionable and criminal act.


      I reiterate what I have said before, and that a cross between a horse and a donkey is called a mule, not a horse or a donkey. Morgan Freeman is stating what should be obvious to “ALL” of the black racists.

      • Steve E

        If only the Black racist knew they were voting for a black man and also voting for a white man. That would only make them half racist. If they want to be true racist in whole, they should not vote for Obama, but should write in Jesse Jackson at the ballots instead.

  • LAB

    That’s the Fact! Can’t argue with the Facts! That is why you have to love Morgan Freeman, he is just tellin it like it is!

    • steve

      only took 3 1/2 yrs for someone to admit the truth. and why is he not considered the first white/black president. by the way there is no such thing as an african / american unless you are born in africa. born here and you are american/african.

      • Larry

        Well, he was born in Africa. That explains it!

      • JUKEBOX

        The term African/ American was first used in 1978, many years after Barak Obama Sr. was listed on the “REAL” birth certificate as African/American.

      • steve

        juke maybe you should ask a true african how they feel about blacks in america saying they are african / american . i know blacks here won’t like their answer.

    • Caroline

      Not too long ago Morgan Freeman was proudly announcing that he voted for Obama BECAUSE he was BLACK!

      • JUKEBOX

        Morgan must have had a Shawshank Redemption.

  • duif100

    Obama’s performance must have been imoressive.
    Even the blacks do not want their race associated with Obama.
    I don’t blame them at all and understand that perfectly.
    The white must be happy that he did not claim to be white.
    I wonder why the Muslims have not disowned him yet.
    Must be because he is one of them!

  • MikeR

    That’s an interesting comment from a mixed-race Oscar winner.

  • wandamurline

    Morgan Freeman is a racist and believes that all the tea partiers across America are racist and all they want to do is remove the “bl@ck” man from the White House. He said that and now he is stating that Obama is half white? I quit watching any movies this guy made…because he attacked working people of this country who are just trying to get control of a tyranical government and return it to the people….all of the people regardless of their skin pigmentation….that is what the tea parties stand for.

    • http://PersonalLibertyDigest Marianne

      I believe he called tea partiers the under belly of society.

  • Doc Sarvis

    Why does this even matter? President Obama has always been honest about his heritage. So now the Right is going to Hollywood actors to get thier new stories? The Right must not have any REAL issues against President Obama.

    • Kathy

      If all the complaints were listed about Oblamer, your PC would run out of capacity. Nobama is a mulatto. So what!! His problem is with his Marxist leanings and that he’s trying to force this country in that direction. So, it’s not his color. It’s him. He got voted in by a lot of misinformed white people trying to get rid of their slavery guilt, which is a bunch of crap. We are not responsible for something our ancestors did a few hundred years ago. There are many blacks who got educated, speak english, work hard, and stopped being oversensitve to racial nuances. They had no trouble moving ahead. It’s the values, not the color!!

      • Doc Sarvis

        Historic slavery was NOT an issue in the 2008 elections. The economy (which was tanking dramatically at the time) and foreign policy (two wars – one of which was based on lies – both of which were not being paid for) were the main issues. The Republican candidates for President represented more of the same under McCain with an unqualified Vice Presidential candidate (who was that again?). Anyway, the obvious good (not great) vote was for the Obama ticket. The whole world economy is stagnant so our minor gains have been positive. Free enterprise is alive and well under President Obama; I don’t think any of the 1%ers would argue with that.

      • Vigilant

        “Doc” (of proctology) Sarvis says, “The whole world economy is stagnant so our minor gains have been positive.”

        Haven’t read the latest jobs report, have we? Note: we live, like it or not, in a global economy. A hiccup in Greece or a brain fart in Italy/Portugal/UK could bring the whole house of cards tumbling down. “Minor positive gains” after 41 months of Obamanation are not what he promised and certainly NOT what he delivered.

        “Free enterprise is alive and well under President Obama; I don’t think any of the 1%ers would argue with that.”

        Revision: “Free enterprise is alive IN SPITE of President Obama…” The patient, however, is decidedly NOT well.

        • Kathy

          Yep, drop in Asian exports show a slide in global demand!! Love your comment, Doc of Proctology!! Speaking of 1% ers. Aren’t the NOBAMAs and their loser Hollywood sycophants (Freeman, Streep, Baldwin, Jolie, Pitt, Streisand, Clooney, Parker etc etc) all at or pretty close to being the 1% ers that they despise, protest over, and whine?

      • Vigilant

        “Doc,” the patient’s on life support from the Federal Reserve as we speak. The problem is that the infusion is heroin; feels good now but kills you at the end of the day.

        Time to turn in that correspondence course PhD, Sarvis.

      • HH

        “,,,,,,represented more of the same under McCain with an unqualified Vice Presidential candidate (who was that again?).”

        I HAD to pipe in on this Doc, unqualified? Palin? If memory serves I believe she was the governor of a state? Obama was what? A community organizer? A senator who only voted “present” for how many months? Unqualified? Who was/is unqualified? Sorry Doc, your man Oblowzo is the unqualified one!

    • NOBODY

      Doc Sarvis have another mug of kool aid


      Not so Doc, he has referred to himself on many occasions as “BLACK” for purely political purposes.

  • firefight

    Well, thank you Morgan Freeman. We now know where Obama came from. He came through the worm hole. LOL

    It was pointed out long ago that he wasn’t even part black, that he was part white, from his mother, and part Muslim with dark skin as many of them are. In one of his books, “Dreams from My Father,” he stated that he aligned himself with the black man of Africa as opposed to whites yet he used money from and took advantage of the white race to get where he is today…….kinda like Oprah. I’m still hoping that someday one of these well known black people will stand up and speak out for all the injustice and blame the black race has thrown at the white race. All of us know who the real racists are. Start with Jesse Jackson then go to Al Sharpton, then to Jeramiah Wright…….then go tho the ones who own Ebony Magazine, those who set up Miss Black America and continue with all of those who manage and support all of the “black only” colleges in this country. See where I’m coming from? Oh, and don’t forget the NAACP and the ACLU. Time for all Americans no matter their color to take a long hard look at the facts. Thanks again Morgan Freeman.

  • hooder

    Freeman is a half-baked Hollywood fantasy land liberal. His opinions are are like a movie script. Phoney as hell.

  • Jim K

    It is said that Abraham Lincoln’s Mother, Nancy Hanks was of Melungeon descent, a mixed race group genetically related to Portuguese and African peoples. This would make him, and not Barack Obama the first mixed race president. Properly, thus-far, the sitting president should then be considered notable for other attributes and activities many of which are not, in my opinion, positive in nature.

  • firefight

    In another interview with Freeman, he states that he “is God.” He goes on to say that either he was created in God’s image or God was created in his image. I think he’s not really sure who he is but one thing is for sure, HE IS NOT GOD!” He may have played God in a movie but that certainly does not bring him any closer to our heavenly father than the rest of us. Charlton Heston played the part of Moses in a movie. Does that make him Moses? Alec Baldwin played the part of a pilot in a movie. Does that make him a pilot? Perhaps, some of these entertainers get their lives tangled with the reality of who they really are. I think Chris Rock is yet another black entertainer who has crossed the line with his 4th of July racial comment about Happy white independance day and something about the slaves aren’t free but they enjoyed the fireworks. Most all of these black entertainers have not reached the level of popularity they enjoy without a LOT of white support and this is how they repay the white community? If These people think they are above reproach, they have another think coming. Perhaps it’s time for the white community to stop supporting them. After all, evidence would suggest that they seem to think they can make it on their own now. I’m good with that.

  • http://yahoo L.M.B.

    I like Morgan Freeman ( as an actor).That doesn’t mean that I agree with his political views.
    For the past 3 & 1/2 years, people like Mr. Freeman have been saying that people didn’t like Obama, and wanted him out of the White House because he is black, and pulling the race card everytime someone disagrees with Obama’s policies. Now Mr. Freeman is saying that Obama is not the first black president, but that he is the first mixed race president. Black, White, Mixed Race doesn’t matter. I still disagree with Obama’s policies.
    I still think Obama is a sorry president, and am really angered by the future Obamacare tax that we will all be paying soon.

    • firefight

      I believe the U.S, Constitution guarantees us the right to refuse paying any kind of tax or penalty that we do not feel is fair or just. It also guarantees us the right to refuse to obey any law that is not in line with the Constitution which would apply to just about every law passed by these crooks for the last 50 years. This government needs to get a strong message sent to them that they are on the brink of war with the populace of this nation.

  • Norm

    The good bible belt “Christians” hate mixed race people more than they hate blacks.
    Anyone who doesn’t believe that race is a large factor in the Obama hate campaign is out of touch.

    • cawmun cents

      Ah…the supposed mixed race ideology of racism.
      Throw the race card.
      If not that then drop a B bomb and blame Bush.
      What I am saying here is that the liberals have a choice between two evils and they will resort to one or the other.
      The fact that the POTUS is GRAY has nothing to do with the hue of his skin.
      It has zero to do with his racial make-up or background.
      It has everything to do with his tactics.
      It is the Yin/Yang of taoism.
      The fact that he attempts to be everything to everyone,though unsuccesfully.
      The “go along to get along crowd”,in the universities will see to it that this is pounded into the hearts of the populace at large.
      You see they ARE the interns that write the political speeches and the nightly news for the MSM….media/academia…..hello McFly…..are you listening?
      I think not.

    • rb

      Why Norm….you’re being intolerant.

    • Vigilant

      Norm, anyone who doesn’t believe that race is a large factor in the Obama LOVE campaign is out of touch.

      • Kathy

        I’ll segway into something somewhat off topic, but related. About 10 years ago I read a great book entitled “Having Our Say” about 3 elderly (90s) black sisters and what it was like growing up in the South in the Jim Crow era. One sister wrote: “If Dan Quayle were black he wouldn’t be able to get a job parking cars”. Quayle was guilty of spelling POTATO incorrectly with an “e” on the end. Now we have Joe Biden!!!!

    • Vigilant

      Can’t say I’ve ever seen the “mixed race” card played until just now. Better contact the DNC immediately, Norm. You will have given them one more tool to use when they’re backed into a corner with indisputable facts.

    • NOBODY

      Norm you need to join Doc Sarvis at the kool aid bar.

    • 45caliber


      I’d say you were out of touch, as you say. If you check, MANY of the children now are of “mixed race”. My granddaughter is half Phillippinio and we love her to death. I’m quarter Indian. Most people in this part of the world (the South) tends to brag about their mixed ancestory.

    • HH

      “The good bible belt “Christians” hate mixed race people more than they hate blacks.”

      Norm, where did you get that information? The church I’m associated with has upwards of 600 “good bible belt Christians” as you put it. We have, Negro, Caucasian, Asian, and Hispanic members along with several mixed race marriages who have beautiful mixed raced children, I see no “hate” towards any mixed race OR black person there! We were ALL taught AND live by the good biblical principal of; red or yellow, black or white all are precious, or equal, in His sight! That’s the sign of a “true” christian!

  • http://yahoo L.M.B.

    I would like to know why Actors, think that people should care about what their political views are?

  • clarke

    I don’t care what race, color or mix of colors our president is. I only care about the destruction to our constitution , attacks on our freedoms and the willingness to stand by and let the financial sector plunder the wealth of our nation. In Iceland they jailed the financial crooks and began their recovery. Here we rewarded the top crooks with high level positions in government. And the beat goes on. Business as usual.

  • chester

    Do hope Mr. Freeman does NOT consider himself black after that rant. He, like ninety percent of the other Negros in America, will have some white blood in their ancestry. The only full blood blacks are recent immigrants from Africa, and even a good part of those are of mixed race ancestry, like it or not.

    • 45caliber


      You are quite correct about the racial heritage of most “blacks”. The government insists that anyone less than quater Indian or quater any other race is not of that race. Except blacks. If they have any part at all of the black race, then they are black. Most are less than quater black. When there was a court suit requiring the blacks to do the same, one of the groups that makes their money off racism objected since it would eliminate nearly all the people they represented.

      • 45caliber

        “quarter” – not “quater”. Sorry.

  • Dave

    When making a “race” choice, is there a “Mixed Race” option? It seems like the choice has to be made between certain races, including “White” or “European Descent”, with no “Mixed Race” option, forcing the completer to select from listed whole race options – unless an “Other” option is offered (which may or may not allow an explanation).

    • cawmun cents

      You haven’t discovered that there are INDO-EURASIAN AMERICANS yet?
      Where the heck have you been lately?

    • 45caliber


      There is supposed to be a “Multi-Race” block on all government forms although I’ve not seen it. It was due to a couple of ladies who sued the government about 15 years ago. Both were 1/64th black and 63/64ths white. The government insisted they were black before they sued so the government supposedly added the “Multi-Race” for them.

  • Joe N

    I got an idea : To nip in the bud a potentially terrible racial conflict in this great nation, let’s agree to change the name THE USA to THE URA (“THE UNITED RACES OF AMERICA”) so any racists would wake up and say to themselves :”Shame on me! Why didn’t I think of that ? It’s the unity of all races living and working together on this land has made it great and nothing else. The united races ideal is the secret of our strength. We will never forget it because it’s engraved in the name of our nation” .

    Sorry, maybe I’m day-dreaming.

    • cawmun cents

      United Racially Independent Nationalistic Athiest Liberals.
      their motto is,”We have a melting pot to piss in”.

      • 45caliber

        Hummmm… Isnt’ that the alternate name for the NAACP?

  • Kathy

    A great idea!! Sadly, the race issue is not going to go away. It’s a cop out for those who don’t want to make the effort and this is the way they rationalize their lack of success. It’s not limited to race. Also gender, age, or even one’s business. “I’m not making any money in real estate because the market is so bad”. “I can’t find a job because I’m over 55″. You get the drift. If people stopped whining about being discriminated against and actually admitted they aren’t finding jobs because they aren’t trying very hard, they would have to face the facts that maybe they aren’t qualified for what they are looking for. Not going to happen because folks are not keen on responsibility and accountability. Time for folks to get off the couch, stop looking at the boob tube, stop playing with their smartphones, and GET MOVING!!

  • thomas g kroger

    Aren’t the liberals fond of saying that there is no such thing as a “pure” race – that we’re all “mixed”??? In any event, the liberals promised us a society in which “the content of our character” mattered, not our race. But what they DELIVERED was a society obsessed with race. If Obama had been white, would anyone have paid attention to him? I’m only raising the question.

    There is no fixing stupid, and I don’t think Morgan is a deep thinker. A good actor, yes, but not a deep thinker. My problem with Obama isn’t his skin color – it is with the color of his politics. That nice, deep red color goes well with a BBQ’d steak, but I don’t like it in the White House. I can think of a number of men whose skin color happens to be “black” that I’d have no problem seeing in the White House. But not Obama.

  • NoteToSelf

    Morgan Freeman makes a good point. I thought that about the president all along. I believe people tend do see whatever part of themselves they want to see in him. He actually has a lot of appeal racially to both black and white voters because of it,

  • 45caliber

    Actually, it would be difficult to find a “black” person for President who isn’t mixed race. I suspect that only the child of those who immigrated here from Africa with their spouse would qualify. If they were here another generation, it is doubtful that they would qualify since nearly all “blacks” in the US can find a white member in their ancestory within a couple of generations if they looked. Alexander Huxley, who wrote “Roots”, had a Scotish grandfather for example.

  • http://firefox wog1

    Right on! And the blacks should stop treating him like is the first black president. They should look at him for what he is. As far as the black mantle goes he and the blacks can keep it. We “whites” do not like his actions so they can continue as they do. Before you call me a racist you had better get to know me. I simply do not like what he is doing to the country. Bush, Clinton fall into the same category.

    • Wil

      Si is it racist to disagree with a red president? And I don’t mean Native American

  • Earl, QUEENS, NY

    And if you think about it, there are some (presumably) all black Americans who I’m sure would be a far better POTUS than the ‘One Big Awful Mistake America’ made back on 11/4/2008. Herman Cain, Walter E. Williams, Thomas Sowell, Allen West to name a few. It’s just sad that the GOP establishment will not support these choices, but instead prefer a RINO like Romney or unelectable old fool like Ron Paul.

  • Kathy

    My Mom used to use the word Quadroon. You had to be less than a quadroon to not be considered black. My great grandmother left Nebraska and dated the great-grandson of Thomas Jefferson in Washington DC. This was probably in the 1880s. When she pushed for marriage, he said he was a quadroon and wanted to stop the line with him.

  • Kathy

    Why 45Caliber, I thought folks in the south all had the same last name!! Just teasing, cousin!!

  • tncdel

    Actually he wasn’t the first mixed-race president either. Six previous presidents are known to have black ancestry as well, including Lincoln. See:

  • Humpty Dumpty

    Morgan Freeman is absolutely correct, I think. In essence what Obama did was throw ‘whitey’ under the bus when he decided he was a black man of the Negro race. How doggone stupid of him, if he doesn’t know–or worse yet, wants to deny–his half white ethnicity. Perhaps Obama would have had better political traction in the ensuing years IF he’d been more upfront about his being a mulatto, the correct term for his biracial status. I wonder how he filled out the U.S. census form. Did he lie on it? You know what happens when you lie on government forms. Lastly but not ‘leastly’, I think it is Obama who made the election a racial issue from day one when he decided he was the first ‘black’ presidential candidate and then the first ‘black’ president. Gimme a break!

    • Andy

      I’m really confused–wasn’t Bill Clinton the first “black” president?


    i am an african american male of 63 years,i want to say this i have experienced racism,but the fact is we are all doomed if we cant get it together the plan is to keep us separate so they meaning the evil ones can conquer this is all done by design GalT is right I am an International sovereign,wake up people we have work to do we have got to get members of congress out members of the senate out members of the house out if they dont have the peoples rights at heart we have become a nation of scared people allowing them to take our freedoms away like the TSA they came about because we are afraid to fly, if you are afraid to fly don’t fly, if your personal freedoms are being taken away don;t fly anything that takes you freedom away don’t let them do it you have the power not washington DC WAKE UP PEOPLE HOW LONG WILL YE BE SIMPLE,

  • JonKemp

    Finally, something we can all agree on….our government led by obama has taken basic freedoms from us all.

  • chuckb

    who the hell cares what morgan freeman thinks or says, he is nothing more than a bolshevik just like jane fonda, tom cruise, danny glover, alex baldwin, and most of hollywood, the listy goes on and on. these people believe in marxism. most are too brain dead to be dangerous.

    • 45caliber

      If he is a “bolshevik” and a marxist as you stated, I suspect he wouldnt’ be complaining about Oblama. He’d be supporting him since he is trying to lead the nation in the direction those people want.

      • chuckb

        45, freeman is a big supporter of barry, what makes you think he wasn’t? there’s no difference between freeman and glover except their names.most black actors are of the same mold, even good ol’ bill cosby.

  • Dale

    I thought Clinton was our first “black” president!

    • chuckb

      culture wise, he was.

      • Kathy

        He was a reasonably good sax player.

  • Jimbo

    Among blacks there is discrimination against darker blacks. And they don’t tolerate mixed races. So why do whites have anything to be ashamed of?

  • Wil

    It was rather disappointing to hear what Freeman really thought a while back.His Through the Wormhole is a great show,always interesting,but now I’m losing interest in seeing him.

  • Kathy

    Also in Feb, Obama launched Africian Americans for Obama. Can you just imagine if a white candidate urged whites to vote for him or her.

  • Jeanie M Greenwell

    By “his standards, then” Obama isn’t the first anything…because if the real TRUTH be known, there are probably LOTS of past presidents that were “mixed”…? ;)

    • Deerinwater

      Good thing I read til the end, you are absolutely correct Jeanie. There is no way Obama is the first “mixed race” president, there has been many. Black is not a race or is white.

      Race is not a religion either, race is a gene from a pool of genes. I suppose we are to speak in terms of the dominate gene. Obama’s children could marry a Pure Swede and their children could be thought of and considered white.

      We are left to say perhaps Obama is the first president of color but clearly not black anymore then white.

      It’s funny how something so obvious and so simple, offers such confusion.

      Programming! corrupted programming ! conflicting data ! unable to assimilate, filters are too narrow.

      If people can’t get their mind around this topic , any hopes of them maybe understanding transgender is completely out of the question. LOL ☻

    • Jay

      So the slave owners were of a mixed breed? Hmm…that’s quite the pickle. So, was it the white half or the negro half that gave them a hankering for owning negro slaves?

      • http://naver samurai

        Great question, but I think they won’t answer. FOR GOD AND COUNTRY!

        P.S. You need both love of country and fear of God to be a patriot.

  • B. Eder

    U read akk if the comments in this email and notice one thing: NO ONE USED THE CORREC TERM FOR THE PRESIDENT’S RACIAL MAKEUP. HE IS A MULATTO.Look it up in any decent english dictionary. If one parent is caucasian (white) it does not matter what race the other parent is. The term is: MULATTO. As far as I can determan (and I am not an expert in race designation) Obama is Caucasion and Semite(Arab). He may have Negro blood from one of his grandparents,or other ancestor, but it is not of consequence if one of his parents was Caucasion. That makes him a MULATTO.He merely ‘adopted’ the Negro “facade” to get votes in 2008. By all accounts, it worked. Bernie

  • Kathy

    On a genealogy site, I read that he is 50 Caucasion, 37 and 1/2 percent Arab, and 12 and 1/2 percent Negro. He only looks more black due to his skin color.

    • cawmun cents

      Uh if you know anything about race,there are five,one of the races has less than one million individuals,making them an extreme rarity.
      The others are
      Australoid,or the Aboriginies,of Australia=red
      Caucasoid,meaning of the Caucasus mountain area=white
      Mongoloid,meaning from the central steppes of Asia=yellow
      Negroid,meaning they come from tropical Africa=black.
      Arabs are white,as are people from India.
      Although many peoples are of mixed geneolgies,these four are prevalent world wide.
      It is not about color,as you can find the extreme in all races,from dark to light in complexion.
      It is about features.
      Only the extremely uneducated,do not know this fact.
      The reasons for saying white or black,stem from color,but they do not accurately depict the fact that people of all hues can be found in each race.
      Ignorance of this fact leads to stereotyping another person based on the color of his skin.
      That is racism in itself.
      Everything goes back to the original five,one of which as I previosly stated is rare to the extreme.
      So when you look at someone and decide who they are based on the color of their skin,you are a racist,doesnt matter what color YOUR skin is.
      So many people through the vanity in their hearts,want to be a different skin tone,so they spend countless hours trying to change their skin tone.
      They call it tanning.
      Why not just be who you are?
      Changing the hue of your skin,wont change your tendency to be ignorant.
      It may cause you to be seen as even more ignorant by those who are not so vain though.


    • chuckb

      kathy, barry soetoro is 1/2 negro and 1/2 half hippy, his religion gives him the name of hussein obama. take a look at his father (so called anyway) does he look like an arab to you? his father was a mau mau, thief and murder.

  • Meteorlady

    Actually he’s 50% white, about 8.4% African Negro and the rest is Arab. that’s according to his parents birth records.

  • Kathy

    8.4% is not divisable into 100. I had read that Obama is 50% caucasion, 37.5% arab, 12.5% negro. If Michelle is 100% negro then their children are 56.25 negro, 18.75 arab, and 25% caucasion. They get half the genes from each parent.

  • chuckb

    please explain where the arab blood comes from not!

  • Whodofguessed

    My question: How black must you be in order to be considered a black man/woman? In America today there is no ‘true’ black person as there are no true white person.. We are all of us mixed because we do not practice segregation (any more) like other Countries. Does it revolve around in what the black man can do for his brothers while in office or is this simply more bigotry? Why does having one parent of a different race disqualify one from being black (or white) when our own g’ment recognizes even 10% of mix as black? In reality I’m confused.. Here I thought we were all human beings.. (my bad I guess). I suppose that’s the reason none of us can get along together.


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