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Well guess who popped up in Paris for the Miami Heat's pre-season exhibition game?  You guessed it.  Gabby Union.  She was there to watch her man Dwyane Wade of course, and I hear it affected his game.  A Fox Sportscaster commented on live tv right after the game that the Heat's loss was probably a Tony Romo/Jessica Simpson effect since Gabby was at the game.  And like Jessica Simpson has been blamed for distracting Tony when she's at his games, causing the Cowboys to lose, the Sportscaster blamed Gabby the same way.  But it was all in fun though...I'm sure. But um, going all the way to France just to watch an exhibition game?  Damn.  I guess those two moving in together was only the beginning of the seriousness... UPDATE: The Miami Herald is reporting that Gabby was seated behind the Heat bench with Dwyane Wade's family for Thursday's game in Paris.  Meanwhile, a certain NBA wife tells TheYBF.com that Gabby is going to be with Dwyane and the team for a whole week while they play in both Paris and London.   And the plot thickens... Bow Wow and Michelle Williams walked across the Brooklyn Bridge yesterday for Bow's Walk Across America campaign: More pics of these two when you read the rest... Good cause for the two to support.
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I love Michell's hair cut. It

I love Michell's hair cut. It is fierce. What's the scoop on what Neyo said about Chris Breezy's breath or body odor. I want all the gossip Ms. Tasha....so I can laugh at his ass
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Sorry, people separate,

Sorry, people separate, divorce and go their separate ways whether they are in hollywood or not. Noone is perfect. It happens everyday. Nothing strange, nothing unusual. Don't build your dreams on the actions of others. Check yourself. It takes two to tangle. Keep your sh*t together and be happy.
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I HAD BEING HEARING ABOUT THE

I HAD BEING HEARING ABOUT THE WADE & UNION DRAMA BUT I REALLY DID NOT BELIEVE IT. I THOUGHT SHE WAS A BETTER BLACK WOMAN THAN THAT AND I JUST KNEW WADE WOULD REMAIN HUMBLE AND TRUE TO HIS FAMILY AND NOT GO HOELLYWOOD. BUT WHO LOSES IN THE END THE CHILDREN. HIS WIFE SEEMS TO BE A STRONG BLACK WOMEN THAT KNOWS THE LORD, SHE WILL PREVAIL. AS THEY SAY WHAT GOES AROUND COMES AROUND AND THEY BOTH WILL HAVE TO FACE A HIGHER POWER IN THE END.
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I wish ppl stop hating on Bow

I wish ppl stop hating on Bow Wow. I really like him and what they are doing is great!!!! PPl should understand that God made us all different but unique!!! I think that he is a great person, young going through sum stuff but still great!!! We all have sumthing good to give to the world, we all play a part so ppl please let him play his and support his high moments......MUCH LUV TO YA BOW WOW
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@blaq I have to agreed with

@blaq I have to agreed with you on your comment. DW and his wife gave a regular around the way girl hope like a Cinderella story. I was like wow she is not blonde or fair skinned. so DW was good with me and I don't even like to watch sports. He was a family man so one others could be led by example. GU and DW will do them in the end so it does not matter.
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@ Renee sorry people on this

@ Renee sorry people on this site are that negative. In their defense, D.Wade represented a black man we love to see. A family man, married to an average girl, his childhood sweetheart, and her family even took him in so he could finish HS and go to college, not to mention they had a child not too long ago. So I believe the hatred is not so much for G.U. but for the end of a dream, we love a fairytale of an ordinary girl getting the prince. Unfortunately G.U. has been painted as a sports groupie, possibly unfairly, and women always attack the woman and not the man. I personally never really cared for her and really loved the story of Wade and his wife, so I have to admit, I had a little dirty bitch comment in my head too, but she should neither be praised or ridiculed because Wade is really the only one responsible.
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Hi Five Step Off! This whole

Hi Five Step Off! This whole thing makes me sad. I know the people on this site are not as disrespectful, insensitive or judgemental as they sound. We are all smart enough to know that to disrespect a person who you don't know who has never done harm to you in any way is not cool.Someone commented about "Gabby" (as everyone so loving refers to her) as saying she never dated Mr. Wade...at what point because someone is on a magazine, a CD cover, in a movie or on TV did they become responsible for telling US all about their personal lives? I mean, if it is true........does it change who pays your bills? Whether or not you get a raise at work? Whether you graduate from school? NO........so WHO CARES!!! Times are hard right now and we need to uplift one another....especially since we are all speaking on what someone "said" they heard or saw.... Again SO WHAT!!!!!! We call each other gold diggers (in reference to people that make their own money)... we call each other tramps (when none of us are innocent)..the rest of us are just fortunate that NO ONE CARES who we are sleeping with..... FOR REAL people...times are hard,... and getting harder.... shift your focus! One Love!
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And another all of you should

And another all of you should take your nasty negative energy and do something positive. Go campaign door to door for Obama. Go tutor underprivilaged kids. Go READ SOMETHING OTHER THEN GOSSIP.
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Why is everyone so mad at

Why is everyone so mad at Gabby? I think they look cute together and make a nice couple. She's pretty and has her own career, he's cute and has his. He and his wife are not together even if is not technically divorced yet. You are all haters and should find something better to do then bashing women you don't know and clearly obsess about (or why else you on this site). As a matter of fact, why is this site always full of women hating on other women????? Like everytime there is a story about a dude and a chick, it's always 1000 comments about why the chick is wack and no one says anything about the dude. COME ON LADIES!!!! Can we have each others backs once in a while?
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And as far as his family, I

And as far as his family, I know his 3 of his sisters, Deanna, Keisha, and Trigail. His sister use to be a gang leader in Chicago. Trigail was a nerd who hung with my younger cousin while in school. Believe me, they are as fair weather as you come. When Dwayne was in Miami living the life of a baller, the older 2 were still in the projects, he only sent them gymshoes. He just started taking care of them a minute ago....so PLEASE. Those girls are faithful to whoever he wants them to be. Her sitting with his family doesn't mean jack....bitch is still a TRICK!!
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These are the biotches I

These are the biotches I hate. The ones who are always like oh, I am with this guy and this guy and Gabby's words exactly....dating this married man, when the trick skank knew she was. She is only letting the world know that she is a gold digging tramp by dating a married man. For all of you hoes who are talking about they were over, this trick was doing it WHILE HE WAS STILL MARRIED!!!! I've lost respect for him, I have never had respect for her because I've always heard she was a whore from jump. They said her character on 2 Can Play That Game is her forreal. I only hope the former Mrs. D. Wade gets a chance to drop that whore like Vivica did in the movie. I hate these kind of bitches, they give us a bad name.
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My feelings is hurt for real

My feelings is hurt for real right now. Dwade why????
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I hate Gabby. And D.Wade is

I hate Gabby. And D.Wade is still hot and yes a man so he is dumb. As a female we should be smarter so yes Gabby will take the blame for that one. That hooker.
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[quote comment="234198"][quote comment="233954"]Who said he left his wife for her? Damn give it a rest obviously if she is hanging out with his family there relationship is pretty serious. Him and His wife are legally seperated and headed for divorce. He is moving on as he should. Nobody knows what happened between him and his wife, not all relationships end over another woman.[/quote] Just because she is hanging with the fam doesn't make the situation or her presence "ok". Family is just like friends...fair-weathered and if he is their meal ticket, do you REALLY think they are going to say something to him about this new chick?! Or even act funny around her...? I think not! They aren't going to mess up their front row seats! lol[/quote] I'm disappointed in Gabby...I was such a fan of hers. But she probably doesnt care anyways. How you find a man is how you lose him. I still hope that this is not true.
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[quote comment="234241"]Just

[quote comment="234241"]Just look at Ms. Michelle trying to swagger jack Rihanna's look! Rihanna had this black glasses look in London when she appeared on a show and now look who trying to change after all these years in the biz. Why now Michelle? Trying to sell some cds?[/quote] GTFOH..You acting like rihanna hand pikcs her own clothes..It called a "STYLIST" and there's no law that says somebody other than rihanna can wear certain clothes..Maybe this is how she's always been and the destiny childs thing was just a made up look..Either way she looks fab and im loving her new style..It makes here look unique and not over the wall..Kudos to you michelle : D
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Just look at Ms. Michelle

Just look at Ms. Michelle trying to swagger jack Rihanna's look! Rihanna had this black glasses look in London when she appeared on a show and now look who trying to change after all these years in the biz. Why now Michelle? Trying to sell some cds?
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[quote comment="233954"]Who

[quote comment="233954"]Who said he left his wife for her? Damn give it a rest obviously if she is hanging out with his family there relationship is pretty serious. Him and His wife are legally seperated and headed for divorce. He is moving on as he should. Nobody knows what happened between him and his wife, not all relationships end over another woman.[/quote] Just because she is hanging with the fam doesn't make the situation or her presence "ok". Family is just like friends...fair-weathered and if he is their meal ticket, do you REALLY think they are going to say something to him about this new chick?! Or even act funny around her...? I think not! They aren't going to mess up their front row seats! lol
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[quote comment="233954"]Who

[quote comment="233954"]Who said he left his wife for her? Damn give it a rest obviously if she is hanging out with his family there relationship is pretty serious. Him and His wife are legally seperated and headed for divorce. He is moving on as he should. Nobody knows what happened between him and his wife, not all relationships end over another woman.[/quote] Are you from KC?
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Get it Gabby. Bow Wow is

Get it Gabby. Bow Wow is freakishly small.
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Someone pointed out that his

Someone pointed out that his wife is pregnant right now. If this is true then it means that him and his wife were together less than 9 months ago. That means either him and gabby were messing around before him and his wife split or that him and Gabby moved pretty fast. Either way that is not right.
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Who said he left his wife for

Who said he left his wife for her? Damn give it a rest obviously if she is hanging out with his family there relationship is pretty serious. Him and His wife are legally seperated and headed for divorce. He is moving on as he should. Nobody knows what happened between him and his wife, not all relationships end over another woman.
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[quote comment="233842"][quote comment="233826"][quote comment="233803"][quote comment="233734"]Wowww Gaby is a messs. I knew that nice- girl next door act was so fake .I can't wait for Essences put her in their magazine again, I am cancling my subscription and have 30 other plp follow me !!!D-wade will never find Happiness, the women who loved for rich of poor he let go of !! Would GABBY stay with Dwade if he goes broke tomorrrow ?[/quote] Exactly....thats why she's gonna get hers. I can't bring myself to respect any woman who would be so disrespectful to another woman. But karma is a biatch. As for Dwade....no words. I remember when the first came in the league, there was a special on him during half time during one of his games with his wife, and i thought he was this good guy.....and just WOW. And i don't now gabs get so press, she's not a good actress, she is pretty, and goes to alot of parties.[/quote] gabby is not a goood actress?? euhmm sorry but have u see deliver us from eva?? sanaa lathan,gabby,and nia long are probably the best actress in their category in this industry of course ure probably one of the person who are going to compare her with jada pinkett or vivica fox but sorry u can compare those actress with gabby the definately not having the same age,and the same kind of role ANYWAYYYY instead of blaming gabby why dont u realise that sometimes married couple betta split instead of staying together if they dont love eachother no more???[/quote] Uh yeah I agree. Maybe Wade and wife just broke up? Shit happens. As for her acting skills, I wouldn't say "best in the industry" but I do love me some Gabby :lol: And you know what? Michelle's outfit is the BOMB. Fake plastic glasses and all.[/quote] yeah, it actually is. anybody knows hwo the album is doing..........
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[quote comment="233826"][quote comment="233803"][quote comment="233734"]Wowww Gaby is a messs. I knew that nice- girl next door act was so fake .I can't wait for Essences put her in their magazine again, I am cancling my subscription and have 30 other plp follow me !!!D-wade will never find Happiness, the women who loved for rich of poor he let go of !! Would GABBY stay with Dwade if he goes broke tomorrrow ?[/quote] Exactly....thats why she's gonna get hers. I can't bring myself to respect any woman who would be so disrespectful to another woman. But karma is a biatch. As for Dwade....no words. I remember when the first came in the league, there was a special on him during half time during one of his games with his wife, and i thought he was this good guy.....and just WOW. And i don't now gabs get so press, she's not a good actress, she is pretty, and goes to alot of parties.[/quote] gabby is not a goood actress?? euhmm sorry but have u see deliver us from eva?? sanaa lathan,gabby,and nia long are probably the best actress in their category in this industry of course ure probably one of the person who are going to compare her with jada pinkett or vivica fox but sorry u can compare those actress with gabby the definately not having the same age,and the same kind of role ANYWAYYYY instead of blaming gabby why dont u realise that sometimes married couple betta split instead of staying together if they dont love eachother no more???[/quote] Yes, i have seen all those movies, and wasn't the least bit impressed. And no u can't compare her to viv, jada, and even the queen........completely different levels. As for gabby, yea, marriages don't work sometimes, but wat about respecting yourself.....while dude's wife is pregnant...come on. I don't care what the status of their marriage was, u have to respect that. And that comes from a person who doesn't care for marriage personally, And please believe, im jsut letting him slide, cuz i use to luv me some dwade, its just trife, on both sides. Just another reason to never get a relationship with an athlete.........
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[quote comment="233840"]Natasa, PLEASEPAS IS ON THE TERRORIST BARACK HUSSEIN OBAMA(A Must Read) ''Superb article by Frank Rich of The New York Times...I agree 101%...(Don't take the article's title literally)'' IF you think way back to the start of this marathon campaign, back when it seemed preposterous that any black man could be a serious presidential contender, then you remember the biggest fear about Barack Obama: a crazy person might take a shot at him. Some voters told reporters that they didn’t want Obama to run, let alone win, should his very presence unleash the demons who have stalked America from Lincoln to King. After consultation with Congress, Michael Chertoff, the homeland security secretary, gave Obama a Secret Service detail earlier than any presidential candidate in our history — in May 2007, some eight months before the first Democratic primaries. “I’ve got the best protection in the world, so stop worrying,” Obama reassured his supporters. Eventually the country got conditioned to his appearing in large arenas without incident (though I confess that the first loud burst of fireworks at the end of his convention stadium speech gave me a start). In America, nothing does succeed like success. The fear receded. Until now. At McCain-Palin rallies, the raucous and insistent cries of “Treason!” and “Terrorist!” and “Kill him!” and “Off with his head!” as well as the uninhibited slinging of racial epithets, are actually something new in a campaign that has seen almost every conceivable twist. They are alarms. Doing nothing is not an option. All’s fair in politics. John McCain and Sarah Palin have every right to bring up William Ayers, even if his connection to Obama is minor, even if Ayers’s Weather Underground history dates back to Obama’s childhood, even if establishment Republicans and Democrats alike have collaborated with the present-day Ayers in educational reform. But it’s not just the old Joe McCarthyesque guilt-by-association game, however spurious, that’s going on here. Don’t for an instant believe the many mindlessly “even-handed” journalists who keep saying that the McCain campaign’s use of Ayers is the moral or political equivalent of the Obama campaign’s hammering on Charles Keating. What makes them different, and what has pumped up the Weimar-like rage at McCain-Palin rallies, is the violent escalation in rhetoric, especially (though not exclusively) by Palin. Obama “launched his political career in the living room of a domestic terrorist.” He is “palling around with terrorists” (note the plural noun). Obama is “not a man who sees America the way you and I see America.” Wielding a wildly out-of-context Obama quote, Palin slurs him as an enemy of American troops. By the time McCain asks the crowd “Who is the real Barack Obama?” it’s no surprise that someone cries out “Terrorist!” The rhetorical conflation of Obama with terrorism is complete. It is stoked further by the repeated invocation of Obama’s middle name by surrogates introducing McCain and Palin at these rallies. This sleight of hand at once synchronizes with the poisonous Obama-is-a-Muslim e-mail blasts and shifts the brand of terrorism from Ayers’s Vietnam-era variety to the radical Islamic threats of today. That’s a far cry from simply accusing Obama of being a guilty-by-association radical leftist. Obama is being branded as a potential killer and an accessory to past attempts at murder. “Barack Obama’s friend tried to kill my family” was how a McCain press release last week packaged the remembrance of a Weather Underground incident from 1970 — when Obama was 8. We all know what punishment fits the crime of murder, or even potential murder, if the security of post-9/11 America is at stake. We all know how self-appointed “patriotic” martyrs always justify taking the law into their own hands. Obama can hardly be held accountable for Ayers’s behavior 40 years ago, but at least McCain and Palin can try to take some responsibility for the behavior of their own supporters in 2008. What’s troubling here is not only the candidates’ loose inflammatory talk but also their refusal to step in promptly and strongly when someone responds to it with bloodthirsty threats in a crowded arena. Joe Biden had it exactly right when he expressed concern last week that “a leading American politician who might be vice president of the United States would not just stop midsentence and turn and condemn that.” To stay silent is to pour gas on the fires. It wasn’t always thus with McCain. In February he loudly disassociated himself from a speaker who brayed “Barack Hussein Obama” when introducing him at a rally in Ohio. Now McCain either backpedals with tardy, pro forma expressions of respect for his opponent or lets second-tier campaign underlings release boilerplate disavowals after ugly incidents like the chilling Jim Crow-era flashback last week when a Florida sheriff ranted about “Barack Hussein Obama” at a Palin rally while in full uniform. From the start, there have always been two separate but equal questions about race in this election. Is there still enough racism in America to prevent a black man from being elected president no matter what? And, will Republicans play the race card? The jury is out on the first question until Nov. 4. But we now have the unambiguous answer to the second: Yes. McCain, who is no racist, turned to this desperate strategy only as Obama started to pull ahead. The tone was set at the Republican convention, with Rudy Giuliani’s mocking dismissal of Obama as an “only in America” affirmative-action baby. We also learned then that the McCain campaign had recruited as a Palin handler none other than Tucker Eskew, the South Carolina consultant who had worked for George W. Bush in the notorious 2000 G.O.P. primary battle where the McCains and their adopted Bangladeshi daughter were slimed by vicious racist rumors. No less disconcerting was a still-unexplained passage of Palin’s convention speech: Her use of an unattributed quote praising small-town America (as opposed to, say, Chicago and its community organizers) from Westbrook Pegler, the mid-century Hearst columnist famous for his anti-Semitism, racism and violent rhetorical excess. After an assassin tried to kill F.D.R. at a Florida rally and murdered Chicago’s mayor instead in 1933, Pegler wrote that it was “regrettable that Giuseppe Zangara shot the wrong man.” In the ’60s, Pegler had a wish for Bobby Kennedy: “Some white patriot of the Southern tier will spatter his spoonful of brains in public premises before the snow falls.” This is the writer who found his way into a speech by a potential vice president at a national political convention. It’s astonishing there’s been no demand for a public accounting from the McCain campaign. Imagine if Obama had quoted a Black Panther or Louis Farrakhan — or William Ayers — in Denver. The operatives who would have Palin quote Pegler have been at it ever since. A key indicator came two weeks after the convention, when the McCain campaign ran its first ad tying Obama to the mortgage giant Fannie Mae. Rather than make its case by using a legitimate link between Fannie and Obama (or other Democratic leaders), the McCain forces chose a former Fannie executive who had no real tie to Obama or his campaign but did have a black face that could dominate the ad’s visuals. There are no black faces high in the McCain hierarchy to object to these tactics. There hasn’t been a single black Republican governor, senator or House member in six years. This is a campaign where Palin can repeatedly declare that Alaska is “a microcosm of America” without anyone even wondering how that might be so for a state whose tiny black and Hispanic populations are each roughly one-third the national average. There are indeed so few people of color at McCain events that a black senior writer from The Tallahassee Democrat was mistakenly ejected by the Secret Service from a campaign rally in Panama City in August, even though he was standing with other reporters and showed his credentials. His only apparent infraction was to look glaringly out of place. Could the old racial politics still be determinative? I’ve long been skeptical of the incessant press prognostications (and liberal panic) that this election will be decided by racist white men in the Rust Belt. Now even the dimmest bloviators have figured out that Americans are riveted by the color green, not black — as in money, not energy. Voters are looking for a leader who might help rescue them, not a reckless gambler whose lurching responses to the economic meltdown (a campaign “suspension,” a mortgage-buyout stunt that changes daily) are as unhinged as his wanderings around the debate stage. To see how fast the tide is moving, just look at North Carolina. On July 4 this year — the day that the godfather of modern G.O.P. racial politics, Jesse Helms, died — The Charlotte Observer reported that strategists of both parties agreed Obama’s chances to win the state fell “between slim and none.” Today, as Charlotte reels from the implosion of Wachovia, the McCain-Obama race is a dead heat in North Carolina and Helms’s Republican successor in the Senate, Elizabeth Dole, is looking like a goner. But we’re not at Election Day yet, and if voters are to have their final say, both America and Obama have to get there safely. The McCain campaign has crossed the line between tough negative campaigning and inciting vigilantism, and each day the mob howls louder. The onus is on the man who says he puts his country first to call off the dogs, pit bulls and otherwise.[/quote] Racism is alive and well. I don't get how everyone was making a big fuss over his former pastor's comments (who is a Christian), but insist that Obama is a muslim.
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[quote comment="233826"][quote comment="233803"][quote comment="233734"]Wowww Gaby is a messs. I knew that nice- girl next door act was so fake .I can't wait for Essences put her in their magazine again, I am cancling my subscription and have 30 other plp follow me !!!D-wade will never find Happiness, the women who loved for rich of poor he let go of !! Would GABBY stay with Dwade if he goes broke tomorrrow ?[/quote] Exactly....thats why she's gonna get hers. I can't bring myself to respect any woman who would be so disrespectful to another woman. But karma is a biatch. As for Dwade....no words. I remember when the first came in the league, there was a special on him during half time during one of his games with his wife, and i thought he was this good guy.....and just WOW. And i don't now gabs get so press, she's not a good actress, she is pretty, and goes to alot of parties.[/quote] gabby is not a goood actress?? euhmm sorry but have u see deliver us from eva?? sanaa lathan,gabby,and nia long are probably the best actress in their category in this industry of course ure probably one of the person who are going to compare her with jada pinkett or vivica fox but sorry u can compare those actress with gabby the definately not having the same age,and the same kind of role ANYWAYYYY instead of blaming gabby why dont u realise that sometimes married couple betta split instead of staying together if they dont love eachother no more???[/quote] Uh yeah I agree. Maybe Wade and wife just broke up? Shit happens. As for her acting skills, I wouldn't say "best in the industry" but I do love me some Gabby :lol: And you know what? Michelle's outfit is the BOMB. Fake plastic glasses and all.
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Natasa, PLEASEPAS IS ON THE

Natasa, PLEASEPAS IS ON THE TERRORIST BARACK HUSSEIN OBAMA(A Must Read) ''Superb article by Frank Rich of The New York Times...I agree 101%...(Don't take the article's title literally)'' IF you think way back to the start of this marathon campaign, back when it seemed preposterous that any black man could be a serious presidential contender, then you remember the biggest fear about Barack Obama: a crazy person might take a shot at him. Some voters told reporters that they didn’t want Obama to run, let alone win, should his very presence unleash the demons who have stalked America from Lincoln to King. After consultation with Congress, Michael Chertoff, the homeland security secretary, gave Obama a Secret Service detail earlier than any presidential candidate in our history — in May 2007, some eight months before the first Democratic primaries. “I’ve got the best protection in the world, so stop worrying,” Obama reassured his supporters. Eventually the country got conditioned to his appearing in large arenas without incident (though I confess that the first loud burst of fireworks at the end of his convention stadium speech gave me a start). In America, nothing does succeed like success. The fear receded. Until now. At McCain-Palin rallies, the raucous and insistent cries of “Treason!” and “Terrorist!” and “Kill him!” and “Off with his head!” as well as the uninhibited slinging of racial epithets, are actually something new in a campaign that has seen almost every conceivable twist. They are alarms. Doing nothing is not an option. All’s fair in politics. John McCain and Sarah Palin have every right to bring up William Ayers, even if his connection to Obama is minor, even if Ayers’s Weather Underground history dates back to Obama’s childhood, even if establishment Republicans and Democrats alike have collaborated with the present-day Ayers in educational reform. But it’s not just the old Joe McCarthyesque guilt-by-association game, however spurious, that’s going on here. Don’t for an instant believe the many mindlessly “even-handed” journalists who keep saying that the McCain campaign’s use of Ayers is the moral or political equivalent of the Obama campaign’s hammering on Charles Keating. What makes them different, and what has pumped up the Weimar-like rage at McCain-Palin rallies, is the violent escalation in rhetoric, especially (though not exclusively) by Palin. Obama “launched his political career in the living room of a domestic terrorist.” He is “palling around with terrorists” (note the plural noun). Obama is “not a man who sees America the way you and I see America.” Wielding a wildly out-of-context Obama quote, Palin slurs him as an enemy of American troops. By the time McCain asks the crowd “Who is the real Barack Obama?” it’s no surprise that someone cries out “Terrorist!” The rhetorical conflation of Obama with terrorism is complete. It is stoked further by the repeated invocation of Obama’s middle name by surrogates introducing McCain and Palin at these rallies. This sleight of hand at once synchronizes with the poisonous Obama-is-a-Muslim e-mail blasts and shifts the brand of terrorism from Ayers’s Vietnam-era variety to the radical Islamic threats of today. That’s a far cry from simply accusing Obama of being a guilty-by-association radical leftist. Obama is being branded as a potential killer and an accessory to past attempts at murder. “Barack Obama’s friend tried to kill my family” was how a McCain press release last week packaged the remembrance of a Weather Underground incident from 1970 — when Obama was 8. We all know what punishment fits the crime of murder, or even potential murder, if the security of post-9/11 America is at stake. We all know how self-appointed “patriotic” martyrs always justify taking the law into their own hands. Obama can hardly be held accountable for Ayers’s behavior 40 years ago, but at least McCain and Palin can try to take some responsibility for the behavior of their own supporters in 2008. What’s troubling here is not only the candidates’ loose inflammatory talk but also their refusal to step in promptly and strongly when someone responds to it with bloodthirsty threats in a crowded arena. Joe Biden had it exactly right when he expressed concern last week that “a leading American politician who might be vice president of the United States would not just stop midsentence and turn and condemn that.” To stay silent is to pour gas on the fires. It wasn’t always thus with McCain. In February he loudly disassociated himself from a speaker who brayed “Barack Hussein Obama” when introducing him at a rally in Ohio. Now McCain either backpedals with tardy, pro forma expressions of respect for his opponent or lets second-tier campaign underlings release boilerplate disavowals after ugly incidents like the chilling Jim Crow-era flashback last week when a Florida sheriff ranted about “Barack Hussein Obama” at a Palin rally while in full uniform. From the start, there have always been two separate but equal questions about race in this election. Is there still enough racism in America to prevent a black man from being elected president no matter what? And, will Republicans play the race card? The jury is out on the first question until Nov. 4. But we now have the unambiguous answer to the second: Yes. McCain, who is no racist, turned to this desperate strategy only as Obama started to pull ahead. The tone was set at the Republican convention, with Rudy Giuliani’s mocking dismissal of Obama as an “only in America” affirmative-action baby. We also learned then that the McCain campaign had recruited as a Palin handler none other than Tucker Eskew, the South Carolina consultant who had worked for George W. Bush in the notorious 2000 G.O.P. primary battle where the McCains and their adopted Bangladeshi daughter were slimed by vicious racist rumors. No less disconcerting was a still-unexplained passage of Palin’s convention speech: Her use of an unattributed quote praising small-town America (as opposed to, say, Chicago and its community organizers) from Westbrook Pegler, the mid-century Hearst columnist famous for his anti-Semitism, racism and violent rhetorical excess. After an assassin tried to kill F.D.R. at a Florida rally and murdered Chicago’s mayor instead in 1933, Pegler wrote that it was “regrettable that Giuseppe Zangara shot the wrong man.” In the ’60s, Pegler had a wish for Bobby Kennedy: “Some white patriot of the Southern tier will spatter his spoonful of brains in public premises before the snow falls.” This is the writer who found his way into a speech by a potential vice president at a national political convention. It’s astonishing there’s been no demand for a public accounting from the McCain campaign. Imagine if Obama had quoted a Black Panther or Louis Farrakhan — or William Ayers — in Denver. The operatives who would have Palin quote Pegler have been at it ever since. A key indicator came two weeks after the convention, when the McCain campaign ran its first ad tying Obama to the mortgage giant Fannie Mae. Rather than make its case by using a legitimate link between Fannie and Obama (or other Democratic leaders), the McCain forces chose a former Fannie executive who had no real tie to Obama or his campaign but did have a black face that could dominate the ad’s visuals. There are no black faces high in the McCain hierarchy to object to these tactics. There hasn’t been a single black Republican governor, senator or House member in six years. This is a campaign where Palin can repeatedly declare that Alaska is “a microcosm of America” without anyone even wondering how that might be so for a state whose tiny black and Hispanic populations are each roughly one-third the national average. There are indeed so few people of color at McCain events that a black senior writer from The Tallahassee Democrat was mistakenly ejected by the Secret Service from a campaign rally in Panama City in August, even though he was standing with other reporters and showed his credentials. His only apparent infraction was to look glaringly out of place. Could the old racial politics still be determinative? I’ve long been skeptical of the incessant press prognostications (and liberal panic) that this election will be decided by racist white men in the Rust Belt. Now even the dimmest bloviators have figured out that Americans are riveted by the color green, not black — as in money, not energy. Voters are looking for a leader who might help rescue them, not a reckless gambler whose lurching responses to the economic meltdown (a campaign “suspension,” a mortgage-buyout stunt that changes daily) are as unhinged as his wanderings around the debate stage. To see how fast the tide is moving, just look at North Carolina. On July 4 this year — the day that the godfather of modern G.O.P. racial politics, Jesse Helms, died — The Charlotte Observer reported that strategists of both parties agreed Obama’s chances to win the state fell “between slim and none.” Today, as Charlotte reels from the implosion of Wachovia, the McCain-Obama race is a dead heat in North Carolina and Helms’s Republican successor in the Senate, Elizabeth Dole, is looking like a goner. But we’re not at Election Day yet, and if voters are to have their final say, both America and Obama have to get there safely. The McCain campaign has crossed the line between tough negative campaigning and inciting vigilantism, and each day the mob howls louder. The onus is on the man who says he puts his country first to call off the dogs, pit bulls and otherwise.
GEMSTAR's picture

[quote comment="233699"]and

[quote comment="233699"]and yeah i am "gonna keep dwelling on it" lol gotta admit that was kinda cute[/quote] that was cute huh?? i thought u would think so
i'm so jaded's picture

Michelle should just get new

Michelle should just get new managment
SimplyDiva's picture

it's amazing how women blame

it's amazing how women blame men for break-ups for all anyone knows their split may have been a mutual decision on both parts they both may have wanted to break up so why is d wade the total blame for everything...
CHINA's picture

LOL @ Ni**rdom.

LOL @ Ni**rdom.
test's picture

What is up with the

What is up with the skytrooper boots, Michelle??? :evil: I think it's funny how she finished that walk in some flip flops.....*snickers* I don't think D-Wade's ex-wife really gives a damn about what he's doing with Gabs and why should she.... As for Gabs... she's gettin them (men) the best way she can and it's all her choice, I'm sure they are both willing parties.
Medic!  I do not, I any way, shape or form participate in an's picture

[quote comment="233829"]IF

[quote comment="233829"]IF THE MARRIAGE IS OVER THEN WHY AREN'T THEY DIVORCED? AS WOMEN WE HAVE TO BE CAREFUL ABOUT WHAT WE ALLOW WHILE IN RELATIONSHIPS. IF WE CHOOSE TO DATE A MAN WITH KIDS, THEN THATS FINE; BUT CHOOSING A MAN THAT IS MARRIED IS NOTHING LESS THAN VOLUNTEERING TO CARRY HIS BAGGAGE. FOR GABBY'S SAKE I HOPE SHE REALIZES SHE DESERVES MORE THAN WHAT D-WADE IS ABLE TO GIVE HER RIGHT NOW (WHICH SEEMS TO BE A REBOUND RELATIONSHIP) *****AND IM A DIE HARD D-WADE FAN....BUT AT THE END OF THE DAY, HE IS A MAN - NO MORE. NO LESS.[/quote] SORRY ABOUT THE CAPS YA'LL!! IT'S A BAD HABIT, LOL
TENDARONI's picture

[quote

[quote comment="233811"][quote comment="233797"]I must be the only woman who doesn't find D-Wade attractive. I dunno. I tried ladies. I really did.[/quote] You are not alone. He is not cute at all.[/quote] Yeah, he looks Ewwww.
Shuckin' and Jivin''s picture

[quote comment="233574"]how

[quote comment="233574"]how can i be down with Gabby's skin person?[/quote] When you find out pass it along! Seriously, GNC has this product for women called Hair, Skin, and Nails you should check it out. It repairs skin cells. Gabby is whorish to me but she always looks fly.
ElleGirl's picture

I feel bad for Michelle. She

I feel bad for Michelle. She seems like a real cool person and she's very talented. Too bad people won't give her the time of day. People say they want real in an artist but hey, I guess only Real Recognize Real. Thats why I went out and brought her album and guess what, I loved it. Out of five stars, I give it a 4. Wish she had some more promotion, but hey thats life.
Shuckin' and Jivin''s picture

[quote comment="233797"]I

[quote comment="233797"]I must be the only woman who doesn't find D-Wade attractive. I dunno. I tried ladies. I really did.[/quote] You are not alone. He is not cute at all.
Melodia's picture

Well Im happy for D.Wade and

Well Im happy for D.Wade and Gabby!!!! If he was havin problems with his wife they should divorce because if there is no love in a marriage that will affect the kid trust me!!! Is it me or do D.Wade luvvv him sum chocalate...anyways I think Gabby is beautiful and D.Wade is sexy! Sidenote:It seem like theses NBA players cant win for losin with sum females! AT first yall say they only marry non-blacks (which isn't true) then when they marry blak yall say they always light skin and when D.Wade was with Star Jones and is now with Gabby yall still complainin! AND I'm a female but Im jus keepin it real...!
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