Obama's Sex & Drugs Party


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Mr. Obama has continued to lie about his past in regards to his use and sale of drugs and his sex with a gay male in 1999.

http://www.whitehouse.com/NewsComments.aspx?start=&NewsID=109

Radio Interview:
http://rense.gsradio.net:8080/rense/special/rense_Larry_Sinclair_012308.mp3

Swiftbutting?

It looks like they are browsing through pictures of that very gay affair on Al Sharptons cell phone.

[quote]Molotov_Coktease wrote:
It looks like they are browsing through pictures of that very gay affair on Al Sharptons cell phone.[/quote]

It must have been funny.

“you’re gonna stick that where?!”

Yes, I know I for one am glad every president we have ever had has been completely drug free.

[quote]Professor X wrote:
Molotov_Coktease wrote:
It looks like they are browsing through pictures of that very gay affair on Al Sharptons cell phone.

It must have been funny.

“you’re gonna stick that where?!”

Yes, I know I for one am glad every president we have ever had has been completely drug free.[/quote]

Yea, it’s worked out so well.

[quote]Professor X wrote:
Molotov_Coktease wrote:
It looks like they are browsing through pictures of that very gay affair on Al Sharptons cell phone.

It must have been funny.

“you’re gonna stick that where?!”

Yes, I know I for one am glad every president we have ever had has been completely drug free.[/quote]

pox,

The real questions: Did you ever castigate Bush for his alleged drug use?

If you did, then blow off these sorts of allegations, do we elect you hypocrite of the year?

Oh, pox, I’m waiting to hear who you are going to endorse.

The suspense!!!

JeffR

[quote]jlesk68 wrote:

Mr. Obama has continued to lie about his past in regards to his use and sale of drugs and his sex with a gay male in 1999.

http://www.whitehouse.com/NewsComments.aspx?start=&NewsID=109

Radio Interview:
http://rense.gsradio.net:8080/rense/special/rense_Larry_Sinclair_012308.mp3

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If laws were broken, it’s a problem. If not, who cares?

JeffR

[quote]Professor X wrote:
Molotov_Coktease wrote:
It looks like they are browsing through pictures of that very gay affair on Al Sharptons cell phone.

It must have been funny.

“you’re gonna stick that where?!”

Yes, I know I for one am glad every president we have ever had has been completely drug free.[/quote]

There is quite a bit of a difference between being life-time 100% drug free and snorting coke while an Illinois State Senator.

Nevertheless, and as much as I dislike Obama, I doubt any of these allegations are true. We shall see.

[quote]tedro wrote:
Professor X wrote:
Molotov_Coktease wrote:
It looks like they are browsing through pictures of that very gay affair on Al Sharptons cell phone.

It must have been funny.

“you’re gonna stick that where?!”

Yes, I know I for one am glad every president we have ever had has been completely drug free.

There is quite a bit of a difference between being life-time 100% drug free and snorting coke while an Illinois State Senator.

Nevertheless, and as much as I dislike Obama, I doubt any of these allegations are true. We shall see.[/quote]

I’m sorry, but what do you think was in George Washington’s snuff box?

[quote]JeffR wrote:
Professor X wrote:
Molotov_Coktease wrote:
It looks like they are browsing through pictures of that very gay affair on Al Sharptons cell phone.

It must have been funny.

“you’re gonna stick that where?!”

Yes, I know I for one am glad every president we have ever had has been completely drug free.

pox,

The real questions: Did you ever castigate Bush for his alleged drug use?

If you did, then blow off these sorts of allegations, do we elect you hypocrite of the year?

Oh, pox, I’m waiting to hear who you are going to endorse.

The suspense!!!

JeffR

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I laugh at other people as far as Bush’s past actions. I laugh because you all will ignore it in one instance yet cry to the heaven’s above if someone does something so immoral as get a blow job while in office.

I personally wouldn’t vote for someone who I thought was “too clean”…as in NEVER ever did anything remotely considered negative. People like that can not be trusted.

Bush has many more problems than just his past drug use.

I didn’t click on any of the links, but I have one question: I thought “whitehouse.com” was an infamous porn site…?

[quote]Professor X wrote:
I’m sorry, but what do you think was in George Washington’s snuff box?[/quote]

I’m not completely sure what you are referencing, but I will acknowledge that George Washington was a cultivator of marijuana. Whether or not he smoked it is debatable, but a logical conclusion. However, pot wasn’t made illegal until 1937, so while I am not excusing his drug use, he did not break any laws.

[quote]tedro wrote:
Professor X wrote:
I’m sorry, but what do you think was in George Washington’s snuff box?

I’m not completely sure what you are referencing, but I will acknowledge that George Washington was a cultivator of marijuana. Whether or not he smoked it is debatable, but a logical conclusion. However, pot wasn’t made illegal until 1937, so while I am not excusing his drug use, he did not break any laws.[/quote]

You don’t know how rampant Cocaine used to be. Regardless of what is illegal at any date in time in history, if your morals or values haven’t changed, then it should be considered wrong for whatever health reasons you believe people today should not use it.

If your stance on right and wrong is only based on what is legal or illegal RIGHT NOW, you aren’t someone I would put much trust in.

In the case of Obama, someone would need proof of something for me to even consider it with any seriousness. Along with that, my judgment would be based on if they are being negatively influenced now or at risk of being in the future in office. It would not be based on whether the drug was ever taken or not.

Hear say is nothing.

With Obama it is refreshing to have a politician who is honest about his previous drug use. When Obama was a teenager drug use amongst teens was quite common. What he did was the norm for a lot of teens.

I think that going to college, getting an education and having a career shows he has put that behind him.

To add on to what X wrote George Washington smoked weed and did a lot of coke while he was President. Today he is revered as one of America’s greatest presidents.

A lot of the founding fathers used drugs or drank. Benjamin Franklin kept a lot of whorehouses in business when he was a young man.

This puritanical obsession with politicians being squeaky clean has not given us better leadership.

Obama will be shot soon

[quote]smasher54 wrote:
Obama will be shot soon[/quote]

How can you say such a thing. I thought there was no relevant racism in America!

[quote]Professor X wrote:
You don’t know how rampant Cocaine used to be. Regardless of what is illegal at any date in time in history, if your morals or values haven’t changed, then it should be considered wrong for whatever health reasons you believe people today should not use it.
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The cocaine alkaloid wasn’t isolated until 1855. I have never read anything suggesting Washington had anything to do with coke. If you have a source suggesting otherwise, I would be interested in seeing it.

Not at all, and that is why I said previously that I am not excusing any drug use by Washington. But it is also morally wrong to defy authority and break laws without any logical reasoning other than self-gratification, so in the alleged case of Obama he is not only morally wrong for the drug use, but also for breaking the law.

[quote]
In the case of Obama, someone would need proof of something for me to even consider it with any seriousness. Along with that, my judgment would be based on if they are being negatively influenced now or at risk of being in the future in office. It would not be based on whether the drug was ever taken or not.

Hear say is nothing.[/quote]

The Obama case is most likely based completely on false allegations.

Are you saying you don’t have a problem with a president, or a presidential hopeful, breaking the law, so long as it doesn’t affect their performance in the office?

[quote]tedro wrote:

The cocaine alkaloid wasn’t isolated until 1855. [/quote]

From http://209.85.173.104/search?q=cache:mExZSZcupJ8J:www.drugtext.org/library/articles/musto01.htm+cocaine+use+President+Washington&hl=en&ct=clnk&cd=203&gl=us&client=firefox-a

Until the 19th century, drugs had been used for millennia In their natural form. Cocaine and morphine, for example, were available only in coca leaves or poppy plants that were chewed, dissolved in alcoholic beverages or taken in some way that diluted the impact of the active agent. The advent of organic chemistry in the 1800s changed the available forms of these drugs.

That means unless you truly believe humans were so clueless that they didn’t discover drugs until the 1800’s, that doesn’t mean much.

I don’t have a resource for you other than my dad who is a history teacher. I am sure given enough time I could find one, however.

[quote]
Are you saying you don’t have a problem with a president, or a presidential hopeful, breaking the law, so long as it doesn’t affect their performance in the office?[/quote]

No. I am saying I don’t have a problem with a president hopeful breaking the law decades ago as if they should live the rest of their life under the stigma of some past misdemeanor that no one even has any proof of.

[quote]Professor X wrote:

Until the 19th century, drugs had been used for millennia In their natural form. Cocaine and morphine, for example, were available only in coca leaves or poppy plants that were chewed, dissolved in alcoholic beverages or taken in some way that diluted the impact of the active agent. The advent of organic chemistry in the 1800s changed the available forms of these drugs.

That means unless you truly believe humans were so clueless that they didn’t discover drugs until the 1800’s, that doesn’t mean much.

I don’t have a resource for you other than my dad who is a history teacher. I am sure given enough time I could find one, however.
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I’m well aware of this, but I am pretty sure the use of coca leaves was basically isolated to South America.

[quote]
No. I am saying I don’t have a problem with a president hopeful breaking the law decades ago as if they should live the rest of their life under the stigma of some past misdemeanor that no one even has any proof of.[/quote]

Good, me neither, but cocaine use as recent as 1999, and while in an elected position, would be a completely different story.

Off topic but, Prof X what is your stance on Al Sharpton? I hate him.