Isn't that the truth.. Yeah the security with technology these days would make it really hard for anyone to really carry out anything that would have a chance..I guess when you think about it Bush is about as unpopular as they come and they have managed to look after him to this point in time.
Not in Australia no, while we have our share of racism here I think it is a very different situation to the USA. And I have lived and worked in the US so I have first hand experience with both countries.So Bigdaddy, out of curiosity. If a black person (aboriginal) were to be elected prime minister of Australia, do you think that the racial tension would be serious?
Did you see some of the polls? Based on exit polls, 92% of the black voters in some areas voted for Obama.So Bigdaddy, out of curiosity. If a black person (aboriginal) were to be elected prime minister of Australia, do you think that the racial tension would be serious?
I don't think you would like the bunch of clowns we have in charge here right now, we elected a bunch of fools for the sake of change and now they are busy spending up our countries budget surplus that was created by the previous government that was not afraid to make the tough decisions. Don't even get me started on the ear picking wax eating Robin Hood wannabe we have in charge right now... :rant:Bigdaddy75 you got a extra couch I could crash on? I think I am gonna have to move now lol
I didn't vote for Obama. Can I see him getting killed? Yes. In a car accident, from an allergic reaction to shell fish, etc...From here in Australia they are calling the US election, they are also making a point of mentioning the threat from the radical groups within the US that might try to "interfere" with the first black president. How real is that threat?
While that is a large number black voters make up a very small % of the whole electorate. Black voters usaully go about 90% democrat anyway so this isn't a big jump. The truth is that Obama did very well among the most educated people in the country.Did you see some of the polls? Based on exit polls, 92% of the black voters in some areas voted for Obama.