HomeElection 2012Obama Admin: Where Da’ White Women At? (and blacks, and…) ©2015 Black & Right February 14, 2013 Election 2012, Government, Politics 10 Comments Obama’s all-male lineup Flashback: Election aftermath: GOP soul-searching: ‘Too old, too white, too male’? And after all that crap last year during the campaign about the Republican Party being all white and male… h/t Kevin J Sennacherib Oh I love my “Blazing Saddles”. Let’s see who in this administration would be Heddy, excuse me Hedly. The Gov would be tough, too many candidates there. Not the least Mr. Taggert, in his case just name a Democrat senator. Oh well, like your site. Even though I’m a unsalvagable conservative I do love “Blazing Saddles” it’s a guilty pleasure. Tallyman The three pictured all are wealthy men who paid into Obama. Not as many White women or Blacks spent as wisely. Barack, the rich elite and kleptocrat wolves’ delight, keeps the poor sheeple believing he’s their trusted shepherd.. n.n Too many people don’t appreciate the moral hazards associated with communism, socialism, fascism, etc. They have been mislead to believe that it is a universal, get rich quick scheme. It is, but it’s not universal. koala Women are just tools [ can’t believe i used that term for women] to the nazicrats. As long as they are easy to manipulate and control and keep taking birth control so they will be sexually available to reward the true believers. n.n Some certainly are. So are some men. Fortunately, it’s neither all women nor all men. Perhaps more are recognizing the constraints imposed by reality. We have a choice and too many choose poorly for the most selfish and capricious of reasons. However, too many women have in particular betrayed their principal responsibility. Tallyman Choosing to understand that everything is for sale is a rational intellectual decision. Men have by Darwinian process evolved that skill better than women who have evolved using Darwinian emotion to evaluate decisions. Igor Choosing to understand that everything is for sale is a rational intellectual decision. Yes. but choosing to ACT on that understanding is the moral part of the equation. The way you act determines your standing with God and Man. Too many choose Man. I don’t. I’ll never make it in politics… Tallyman My point was not whether one should act on “everything is for sale,” but to understand that others do and to respond knowledgeably. . koala “Men have by Darwinian process evolved that skill better than women who have evolved using Darwinian emotion to evaluate decisions.” Perhaps because up until the last several decades women could not practice promiscuity as easily as males. The consequences for women had been ridicule and ruin. Not so for men. koala Blazzing Saddles!