Comments on: One Simple Question Natural Hair, Beauty, Fashion and Makeup Blog Tue, 13 Oct 2015 01:31:12 +0000 hourly 1 By: Thu, 24 Jul 2014 01:40:08 +0000 Even when things go sour, remember that things will
change again as they always have and always will.

Or you have a bad day which means you end up eating chips, donuts
and chocolate while watching a film and all the time your self esteem drops lower and
lower, in fact if it went any lower it was hit the opposite side of the world.

And so point there that I want to make is you got to be diligent in maintaining
that focus throughout the session.

By: knitnbytch Sat, 10 Feb 2007 21:00:25 +0000 I’ll vote for him. It’s about time America should have a president that isn’t a white male.

By: TBOYD Wed, 31 Jan 2007 20:10:14 +0000 OF COURSE I WOULD! I would vote for him a million times if I could. I actually think he will win the nomination and the race.

By: E-Fresh Wed, 24 Jan 2007 13:23:11 +0000 I will be voting for Barack without question. It’s not even close. His biggest problem is that he’s still fairly new to the national scene. Luckily, the election is still two years away.

Reading through all the posts it seems most people only know the little they’ve seen on TV like I did as of a few days ago. However, I just read his book “The Audacity of Hope” and encourage you all to do the same. Obama communicates what he is all about in such an impressive manner. He comes across knowledgeable and genuine, showing he has a true understanding of the issues facing the United States. He is the real deal.

By: beautyinbaltimore Mon, 22 Jan 2007 05:49:47 +0000 2012 or 2016 may be his time. As of now he is to young and does not have enough experience but he most def has star quality to gather a good following. If he is smart, he would get his white mother out and about to pull white voters who are unsure.

By: julia_claudine_deveraux Mon, 22 Jan 2007 02:04:31 +0000 carlagirl Says: January 17th, 2007 at 3:11 pm
No–he isn’t in favor of gay marriage so I couldn’t in good conscience support him.

DITTO for me! I feel he is just thrown into the limelight to shut “us” up.

By: Linsey Sat, 20 Jan 2007 21:30:46 +0000 Yes, I absolutely would vote for him (over and over again)! As he stated in an e-mail sent from his website on January 16th, “we are all hungry for a different kind of politics.” IMO, we cannot and should not continue to accept the status quo. However, my greatest fear is that should he decide to run (and by some miracle win) he will have a “devil” of a time trying to unite a nation torn apart by bigotry, greed and deception. The price he will have to pay may be too big!

By: MonkeyPosh Sat, 20 Jan 2007 20:46:46 +0000 AT RISK–not at RISH. sorry I am at work on a new computer and it is throwing me off.

By: MonkeyPosh Sat, 20 Jan 2007 20:45:53 +0000 I live in Illinois–and I am not one to vote and tell, however my husband and I have both voted for him everytime we could.

His message is so important. One of the most important ways to make the world better is to get to change the way of thinking of our “at risk” youth. “At rish” are his words. Changing the young minds that are headed to a life of crime. Make them want something better. Show them how.

Senator Obama is amazing and sexy and smart and I am happy he is moving towards the Presidency.

I hope to vote for him in the next election.

Have a lovely day!

By: Caroline Fri, 19 Jan 2007 20:14:38 +0000 I would vote for him for his politics,his moderation,and his approach.To be honest though,I don’t want him to run .After following him for awhile,I have a feeling he was somewhat pushed into this position that I really don’t think he was after in the first place.If he really is looking at the presidency,now is not the time.That all aside,I don’t think he would win if he decided to run for a gamut of reasons.

I’m very disturbed by America’s response (in general) when it comes to Obama’s background.It’s really showing our ugly when it comes to race and the larger question of who is an acceptable American.I’m annoyed that his ethnic backgrounds pops up next to his name constantly like that even matters.The man is an American isn’t he?Where’s the relevance,if this was a country that was a) ready and b) that open?

For those who asked earlier,I’m from D.C. and it is definately TRUE that there are lots of African Americans (but not all)who don’t feel he is “Black” enough.

This iss the ish that really gets me going.

What kind of country is this??Who is Black enough?In this country that’s all about looks,yes, he’s biracial but does anyone honestly believe he has no idea what it is like to be a Black man in America?Ridiculous.I mean what are people looking for?For him to be from deep Georgia with a working knowledge of his complete family tree from the slave trade days?People are trippin’.And for those people who feel it’s not a culture question but the fact he’s part white,I get made just because the African American community still acts like most members of our community don’t have white blood somewhere in them. I bet,even if Barack Obama wasn’t biracial and his parents were both Kenyan immigrants,there would be questions circulating in whether he was ‘African American’ enough.Its a sad day when someone’s cultural background comes before what’s important and we focus on our differences instead of our similarities.