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  • That depends on your reasoning.
  • no, if you think he's a fraud for reasons other than he's black.
  • Depends on if your thoughts are based on his race. :)
  • He's a politician, of course he's a fraud.
  • Only if you are saying that based upon the color of his skin...i also don't approve of him but it has nothing to do with him being black and i know that im not a racist
  • If only makes you a racist if you don't approve of him because he's black.
  • Only if how you think about him is influenced by him being black. Why don't you give him four years before you decide he is a fraud or not? I mean, you're not exactly having an open mind.
  • Well it depends. If you think he is a fraud due to predjudice feelings then maybe. Why is it that you feel this way? Also if you feel that you are superior towards his behalf then maybe so. You are, however, entitled to your beliefs. You have the freedom of speech. It is your liberties you do with it that wish. Definition of racist http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/racist The belief that race accounts for differences in human character or ability and that a particular race is superior to others. Discrimination or prejudice based on race.
  • Fraud in what way? Racist in what way? How do these to ideas relate? You think he's not really a black man? Well, actually, he's 50/50 according to what I have read. So, which part are you supposed to be racist against?
  • Of course not. I feel the same about a lot of politicians who are totally wasp....
  • At the end of every presidential election, it's protocol for American citizens to come together and support their new president no matter if they voted for him or not. You can legitimately disapprove of Obama for a previous negative incident while you were a citizen of Illinois and he was Senator. for example... but if your disapproval of Obama is based on negative experiences you've had with dark-skinned people, your disapproval is then racially motivated or if you don't know anything about Obama but just don't like him for no reason at all, your lack of a reason is subliminal and could be construed as racially motivated in the minds of others, regardless how you feel. What you think or believe is trusted by no one if you are not an authority figure. To avoid the role of a national bigot, have a reason for disapproving Obama that is factual and can be prooven. You can't say for example, that you heard Obama address a straight crowd saying that he personally believes marriage should be between a man and a woman, but then he says to another group that he doesn't approve of Prop8 because it's wrong to eliminate individual rights... So far, nothing that Obama has said is negative or inconsistent; it's only what he hasn't said. But come on, the man is the first person to come to the White House in a very long time who makes sense. I am now proud to be American again; I just wish that he could start right now instead of making us wait until the end of January. If you don't approve of Obama today and have no reason for thinking that he is a fraud, you just might be a racist.
  • Only if you judge him with his color and not Ideas.
  • no. not liking him simply because of his race would make you racist...You just don't happen to like him as an individual.
  • No that makes you more aware than most of your American counterparts.
  • Hell no it makes you a American! It makes you a person that knows you can say what you want and not be imprisoned for it (yet)!
  • only if you think he's a fraud because he is African American..
  • Depends on your reasoning behind your belief. If you think you have valid reasons based on his actions, then the answer is no. If it's because of his color and his racial background then, it's a big fat YES!
  • As long as the reasons you don't like him are not related to his race, no you are in no way racist.
  • If you jump onto the conclusion that he is "a fraud" before he has even been inaugurated does not make you a racists but something different I can not write here just for respect.
  • I don't think so. I don't like Bush. Does that make me racist against white people?
  • No, but it doesn't speak well of your intelligence.
  • It only makes you a racist if you dislike him because he is black.
  • Not necessarily. In fact, you have the right NOT to like a black person for justified and obvious reason(s). I am a black man, but I am very critical and disapprove somethings some blacks do; particularly those blacks in leadership position. But whether your sentiments are racist or not, only you know that.
  • If its because of him being black, then yes; otherwise no. Btw, your not alone, I can't stand him either (& I'm not racist).
  • No; fraud and racist are two different things.
  • I don't think that makes you a racist but no one can know what is really in your mind but you.Only you know if you are a racist.
  • No, your belief that race accounts for differences in human character or ability and that a particular race is superior to others makes you a racist. Nothing more, nothing less.
  • No that doesn't make you a racist, that makes you opinionated, but I am sure you will get the old ball and chain for stating your opinion. I don't approve of him either
  • Prisoner, I don't like him either. And, I don't care if you don't like him because he's black, either. You have the God-given right to be racist in this country.
  • racism aside even tho I wanted to give him the benifit of the doubt he has already made what I consider to be questionable choices
  • No, It makes you a wise American. :-)
  • racist ... no, deranged ..you bet ...lol

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