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Trump's disrespect for President Obama
By Etan Thomas, Special to CNN
May 5, 2011 2:28 p.m. EDT

Editor's note: Etan Thomas is a poet and author who plays basketball for the NBA's Atlanta Hawks. He is a peace activist and actively supported Barack Obama's 2008 presidential campaign. His website is [link to etanthomas.com]

(CNN) -- Donald Trump's most recent challenge to President Barack Obama took me back to my collegiate years at Syracuse University. I had studied for two weeks straight for a calculus class, harder than I had ever studied in my life. After I completed my exam, I was confident that all my hard work had paid off.
But the next day, my professor greeted me with accusations of cheating, saying three-fourths of the class had flunked. How could I possibly have managed to get a B minus without cheating? Thankfully, not all of my professors were cut from this same cloth, but I had my share of run-ins. One professor asked me on the first day what I was doing in his classroom, and shouldn't I be in remedial English or Rocks for Jocks?
Why did I have to prove myself worthy of being in their classrooms? The vast majority of professors at Syracuse University were not like this, but the sting of disrespect from those encounters has resonated with me till this day.
Donald Trump questioning the president's educational background took me back to those unfortunate memories.
President Obama graduated from Columbia University in 1983 with a degree in political science. He went on to Harvard Law School, where he graduated magna cum laude and was the first black president of the Harvard Law Review. But apparently Trump is not impressed. He suggested -- without offering any proof of this baseless claim -- in an interview with The Associated Press that not only was he a poor student, he didn't deserve to be admitted to the Ivy League universities he attended.

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Michael Eric Dyson described this situation perfectly when he said on "Face the Nation": "Skepticism about black intelligence and suspicion about black humanity have gone hand-in-hand throughout the history of this country in feeding the perception that black people don't quite measure up."
I don't think any other president in the history of the United States ever had his citizenship cross-examined, his religious faith challenged or his educational achievements put to question.

Trump rejects allegations of racism

Is Trump fanning the flames of ignorance simply for personal gain, or does he truly believe President Obama has to continually prove himself worthy?

Unfortunately, Trump isn't alone. In a CNN.com article headlined "Potential GOP presidential candidates react to bin Laden's death," Mike Huckabee, Mitt Romney, Tim Pawlenty, Michele Bachmann, Sarah Palin and Rick Santorum all gave statements about bin Laden's death. Only Tim Pawlenty mentioned President Obama by name, and he had to include that it was, in fact, "President Bush who promised that America would bring Osama bin Laden to justice."
Now, did some of the terrorists captured while Bush was in office reveal pertinent information that helped identify Osama's courier? Did this information lead the Obama administration to the compound where bin Laden was hiding? Maybe.

But isn't it also true that it was the wisdom and insight of the president that led to the abandoning of the Bush approach of bombing the entire area, leaving no man, woman or child standing? Didn't the decision by President Obama to use special forces and a surgical helicopter attack help prevent the loss of many civilian lives?

By removing Osama bin Laden, President Obama has accomplished what Bush couldn't do in two terms, no matter what he promised. So why is it still so difficult for the right to give him respect and credit?

The president should not have to prove anything to anyone. Yet, he has handled every unmerited insult with nothing but grace and class. He has risen above every act of insolence, and proved them all wrong. There is, as CBS' "Face the Nation" host Bob Schieffer described, "an ugly strain of racism that's running through this whole thing."

Going back to "The Donald": I don't think he is some cross-burning, Confederate-flag-waving racist. But I do believe he is a "Hey, what is that black guy doing here?" racist. He is the type of racist who wants black people "to stay in their place."

It is a sad situation that a man who has earned a degree from Columbia University, graduated magna cum laude from Harvard Law School, has been elected as president of the United States and received a Nobel Peace Prize has to continuously prove himself as a man worthy of respect. He simply shouldn't have to. The opinions in this commentary are solely those of Etan Thomas

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I agree Obama gets a bad rap, but it still hasn't reached the absolutely insane proportions that the level of hate Bush had to deal with. And not just the insane 'Bush caused 9/11' stuff. There was that movie called 'Death of a President' about someone assassination him and it won film awards! If someone made a movie like that about Obama today they would immediately be labeled a racist by the media and destroyed.

But this is politics in America. We don't have debates about the issues, we just make up whatever we can to smear the politicians we don't like and if that doesn't work we call them murders, the Antichrist, terrorists or whatever other ridiculous label we can get to stick.
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Its the American way. Nixon and Johnson, Bush got a shoe thrown at him and was mocked, people threw shit at his car, Clinton was almost impeached... JFK was assassinated if you want to talk about disrespect. Get a grip. These dicks are just professional politicians that need to be reminded who their boss is.
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Its the American way. Nixon and Johnson, Bush got a shoe thrown at him and was mocked, people threw shit at his car, Clinton was almost impeached... JFK was assassinated if you want to talk about disrespect. Get a grip. These dicks are just professional politicians that need to be reminded who their boss is.
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Exactly.
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Its the American way. Nixon and Johnson, Bush got a shoe thrown at him and was mocked, people threw shit at his car, Clinton was almost impeached... JFK was assassinated if you want to talk about disrespect. Get a grip. These dicks are just professional politicians that need to be reminded who their boss is.
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Exactly.
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Besides, Barry's just a stupid, lying sockpuppet
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Trump and Obama were playing a game of good cop/bad cop. Trump pushes Obama for bc, Obama shows fake b/c, Trump, even after getting an advanced copy of Jerome Corsi's bombshell book proving Obama was born in Kenya and was a dual citizen which disqualifies from being President says he is satisfied with the authenticity of b/c. Obama "proves" he's "American Made", Trump gets credit for being the one that forced Obama to "prove" he's an American citizen. They both win. GE contributes to Obama, GE owns NBC, Trump gets paid 50 million for his show by NBC. Trump never intended to run for President. He was part of the plan with Obama to discredit the birthers and squash the issue. They are both pieces of shit. Unfortunately for Obama Jerome Corsi's findings will prove him to be a fraud and there is no Bin Laden to "kill" as a distraction this time. Game over.
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They're playing for the same team. It's all part of the plan.
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trump and obama are playing every one for fools ... obama gonna get trump casino permits in illinois, wait and see.
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How extremely CLEVER.
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They're playing for the same team. It's all part of the plan.
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THAT my friend is a LIE.
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trump and obama are playing every one for fools ... obama gonna get trump casino permits in illinois, wait and see.
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Which will promptly go bankrupt for which he'll get massive fed funds for being "to big to fail" for which Barry will get a big "kick-back" for his campaign fund. which supports xXOnyxXx statement:
"trump and obama are playing every one for fools "
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They're playing for the same team. It's all part of the plan.
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Such an easy evil, to say things like that. Doesn't really men jack. Trump is a strong achiever. That's a good thing.
Problem is he is the thick-headed caveman type. He keeps proving that now every time he opens his yap.

He has questioned Obama's education, his birth you name it.

Easy to tell blatant lies. Trump is not in the same league, and it isn't because Obama was born into money he was not.

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its true .. wait N see.

LOL there is impending evidence that obama's whole life has been a lie .. get corsi's book .. they are flat out scared of that book!
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I agree Obama gets a bad rap, but it still hasn't reached the absolutely insane proportions that the level of hate Bush had to deal with. And not just the insane 'Bush caused 9/11' stuff. There was that movie called 'Death of a President' about someone assassination him and it won film awards! If someone made a movie like that about Obama today they would immediately be labeled a racist by the media and destroyed.

But this is politics in America. We don't have debates about the issues, we just make up whatever we can to smear the politicians we don't like and if that doesn't work we call them murders, the Antichrist, terrorists or whatever other ridiculous label we can get to stick.
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Well I agree that was ridiculous blaming bush for 9-11 I never bought into that.
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Its the American way. Nixon and Johnson, Bush got a shoe thrown at him and was mocked, people threw shit at his car, Clinton was almost impeached... JFK was assassinated if you want to talk about disrespect. Get a grip. These dicks are just professional politicians that need to be reminded who their boss is.
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Exactly.
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Besides, Barry's just a stupid, lying sockpuppet
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Eat your own ___.

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They're playing for the same team. It's all part of the plan.
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Such an easy evil, to say things like that. Doesn't really men jack. Trump is a barely educated, strong chiever but thick-headed caveman type. He has questioned Obama's education, his birth you name it. Easy to tell blatant lies. Trump is not in the same league, and it isn't because Obama was born into money he was not.
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So many of you are just naive beyond hope.

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They're playing for the same team. It's all part of the plan.
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Such an easy evil, to say things like that. Doesn't really men jack. Trump is a barely educated, strong chiever but thick-headed caveman type. He has questioned Obama's education, his birth you name it. Easy to tell blatant lies. Trump is not in the same league, and it isn't because Obama was born into money he was not.
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So many of you are just naive beyond hope.

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OK you say he was born into money. Prove it.
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Its the American way. Nixon and Johnson, Bush got a shoe thrown at him and was mocked, people threw shit at his car, Clinton was almost impeached... JFK was assassinated if you want to talk about disrespect. Get a grip. These dicks are just professional politicians that need to be reminded who their boss is.
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Exactly.
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Besides, Barry's just a stupid, lying sockpuppet
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Eat your own ass traitorous liar.
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You'll be eating your own starving ass when Barry & all the gang finally collapse the whole system & you failed to prepare because you still believe in all that hopey changey bullshit.

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They're playing for the same team. It's all part of the plan.
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Such an easy evil, to say things like that. Doesn't really men jack. Trump is a barely educated, strong chiever but thick-headed caveman type. He has questioned Obama's education, his birth you name it. Easy to tell blatant lies. Trump is not in the same league, and it isn't because Obama was born into money he was not.
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So many of you are just naive beyond hope.

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OK you say he was born into money. Prove it.
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Not saying he was born into money, just saying PULL YOUR HEAD OUT OF YOUR ASS!
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by the way libtards .. hows that hope and change thing workin out for ya anyway .. i know the economy sure says its suckin' bad!
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its true .. wait N see.

LOL there is impending evidence that obama's whole life has been a lie .. get corsi's book .. they are flat out scared of that book!

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I have read enough and seen enough photos to know that pretty much what you see is what you get. He is sincere. There is always someone tryng to tear down a good man.
The people who supported him need to stand up for him now.
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911 = Bush Sr./PNAC/Saud's, and other hired hands. George Jr. was just the puppet.

Obama = not a natural born citizen who is not eligible to be the president. Also, has committed various kinds of fraud and forgery in order to scam us.

In these cases, disrespect is in order. Contempt would be more appropriate.
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Exactly.
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Besides, Barry's just a stupid, lying sockpuppet
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Eat your own ass traitorous liar.
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You'll be eating your own starving ass when Barry & all the gang finally collapse the whole system & you failed to prepare because you still believe in all that hopey changey bullshit.
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Read this:
Unemployment falls in three-quarters of US states
AP – Fri May 20, 5:50 pm ET
WASHINGTON - Unemployment rates fell last month in more than three-quarters of the nation's states, adding to evidence that companies are feeling more confident in the U.S. economy
[link to news.yahoo.com]

Planetbarb Note:
For your INFORMATION this economy has been in recovery mode since a few months after Obama took office. The unemployment figures have dropped way lower than they were. Obama has helped the middle class business owners and manufacturing is starting to come back to the US.
He has maintained no tax increase on the middle class.

NEWS story continues:

Unemployment falls in three-quarters of US states

By JEANNINE AVERSA, AP Economics Writer – Fri May 20, 5:50 pm ET

WASHINGTON – Unemployment rates fell last month in more than three-quarters of the nation's states, adding to evidence that companies are feeling more confident in the U.S. economy.

The Labor Department said Friday that unemployment rates dropped in 39 states in April. It's the largest number of states to see decrease since November 2003. Rates rose in three states and the District of Columbia. They were unchanged in eight states.

Employers added workers in 42 states, the best showing since March 2007 — nine months before the recession started. Only eight states and the District of Columbia lost jobs last month.

Nationally, businesses have added more than 250,000 jobs per month, on average, in the past three months. It's the fastest hiring spree in five years. The unemployment rate has dropped nearly a full percentage point since November. Still, it remains very high at 9 percent.

New York added 45,700 jobs in April, the most of any state. It was followed by Texas, which added 32,900 jobs, and Pennsylvania, which gained 23,700 jobs.

Michigan lost 10,200 jobs, the largest decline of any state. Minnesota lost 5,200 jobs and South Carolina shed 3,800 jobs.

Nevada reported the biggest monthly drop in unemployment among all states. Despite the decline, unemployment in Nevada was 12.5 percent, the highest in the nation. New Mexico and Oklahoma reported the next biggest monthly decreases.

North Dakota had the lowest unemployment rate of any state at 3.3 percent. It has benefited from oil production, which is among the state's top industries.

Other states with low unemployment rates were Nebraska, New Hampshire and South Dakota.

By region, the Northeast had the lowest unemployment rate at 8 percent. The Midwest's unemployment rate was 8.1 percent, followed by the South, 8.8 percent, and then the West, 10.4 percent.

The West region includes California and Nevada, two of the states hit hardest by the foreclosure crisis
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Your premise that all critisizm of the current president being rooted in rascism is quite simply a projection of your own rascism and related phobias.

This straw-man argument that is used by the intellectually dishonest to manipulate the weak-minded members of society will be remembered by history as sinister and evil.

You defend this individual with crafty yet baseless claims yet avoid the realities. Your legacy is one of confused self-rightous inequity. I suggest you re-examine your convictions and learn some history.
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911 = Bush Sr./PNAC/Saud's, and other hired hands. George Jr. was just the puppet.

Obama = not a natural born citizen who is not eligible to be the president. Also, has committed various kinds of fraud and forgery in order to scam us.

In these cases, disrespect is in order. Contempt would be more appropriate.
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Thanks TU, but OP is beyond hope.

Yes they're ALL puppets, PUPPETS OF SATAN, government, top to bottom!

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Your premise that all critisizm of the current president being rooted in rascism is quite simply a projection of your own rascism and related phobias.

This straw-man argument that is used by the intellectually dishonest to manipulate the weak-minded members of society will be remembered by history as sinister and evil.

You defend this individual with crafty yet baseless claims yet avoid the realities. Your legacy is one of confused self-rightous inequity. I suggest you re-examine your convictions and learn some history.
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Hateful duplicitous dishonest little man I do not need to learn history you do

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Re: Trumps's disrespect to President Obama - not all right
911 = Bush Sr./PNAC/Saud's, and other hired hands. George Jr. was just the puppet.

Obama = not a natural born citizen who is not eligible to be the president. Also, has committed various kinds of fraud and forgery in order to scam us.

In these cases, disrespect is in order. Contempt would be more appropriate.
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Thanks TU, but OP is beyond hope.

Yes they're ALL puppets, PUPPETS OF SATAN, government, top to bottom!

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You are the ones of satan.
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Your premise that all critisizm of the current president being rooted in rascism is quite simply a projection of your own rascism and related phobias.

This straw-man argument that is used by the intellectually dishonest to manipulate the weak-minded members of society will be remembered by history as sinister and evil.

You defend this individual with crafty yet baseless claims yet avoid the realities. Your legacy is one of confused self-rightous inequity. I suggest you re-examine your convictions and learn some history.
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History is being made right now. The economy is recovering. Why don't you people be honest about it and acknowledge that?

Unemployment falls in three-quarters of US states

By JEANNINE AVERSA, AP Economics Writer – Fri May 20, 5:50 pm ET

WASHINGTON – Unemployment rates fell last month in more than three-quarters of the nation's states, adding to evidence that companies are feeling more confident in the U.S. economy.
The Labor Department said Friday that unemployment rates dropped in 39 states in April. It's the largest number of states to see decrease since November 2003. Rates rose in three states and the District of Columbia. They were unchanged in eight states.

Employers added workers in 42 states, the best showing since March 2007 — nine months before the recession started. Only eight states and the District of Columbia lost jobs last month.

Nationally, businesses have added more than 250,000 jobs per month, on average, in the past three months. It's the fastest hiring spree in five years. The unemployment rate has dropped nearly a full percentage point since November. Still, it remains very high at 9 percent.

New York added 45,700 jobs in April, the most of any state. It was followed by Texas, which added 32,900 jobs, and Pennsylvania, which gained 23,700 jobs.

Michigan lost 10,200 jobs, the largest decline of any state. Minnesota lost 5,200 jobs and South Carolina shed 3,800 jobs.

Nevada reported the biggest monthly drop in unemployment among all states. Despite the decline, unemployment in Nevada was 12.5 percent, the highest in the nation. New Mexico and Oklahoma reported the next biggest monthly decreases.

North Dakota had the lowest unemployment rate of any state at 3.3 percent. It has benefited from oil production, which is among the state's top industries.

Other states with low unemployment rates were Nebraska, New Hampshire and South Dakota.

By region, the Northeast had the lowest unemployment rate at 8 percent. The Midwest's unemployment rate was 8.1 percent, followed by the South, 8.8 percent, and then the West, 10.4 percent.

The West region includes California and Nevada, two of the states hit hardest by the foreclosure crisis
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Read this:

Treasury Prepares To Plunder Another $45 Billion From Retirement Funds As It Issues $110 Billion More Debt Next Week
[link to www.zerohedge.com]

Real unemployment over 22%, and turning upwards
[link to www.shadowstats.com]

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