Skip to comments.Black Rush caller who finally abandoned Obama over Keystone
Posted on 01/23/2012 12:31:22 PM PST by Nachum
This is a great call into Rush today from a self-identified black man named Dennis who has finally abandoned not only his support for Obama but says he is considering dropping his support for the Democrat party too. And his tipping point was Obamas pandering to environmentalists in rejecting the Keystone Pipeline.
Heres the full call:
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I listened to part of this call. Rush sending him an IPAD was pretty cool.
I heard this entire call. This guy really spoke for the working class and sounded like a decent, hard working black guy who finally woke up. If this clip went viral that would be great but it ain’t gonna happen. If it does, people will say he was a plant.
I think that call was by a paid actor. As were all four or five calls over the whole three-hour marathon today. Limbaugh Show is entaertainment, pure and simple.
I heard that. He is going to vote for Newt. What a conversion. GO LEROY GO!
Oh for crying out loud!
What a stupid thing to say. There is absolutely no proof of that. Rush is a lot more than entertainment. Maybe if you listened more and actually paid attention, you might learn something.
They screened out, but they’re not actors.
I heard it and felt it was a genuine, from-the-heart response to Obama’s outrageous cancellation of the pipeline. This guy is a truck driver and this hurts him where he lives — higher gas prices.
No way was that a plant. The guy spoke too much from the heart.
And where one American can see the light, so can another, and another and another.
Good stuff. Hope Sharpton and Jackson and Jarrett and Lee had an aneurysm over it.
I think the above comment was made by a paid operative of B. H. Obozo!
Every one of Obama’s lies is somebody’s last straw.
Don't listen to much tlk radio, do you?
I think that call was by a paid actor
So what you’re saying is, no real black trucker dude could come off that sincere and stunning in his oratory. Snerdly had to run down and start waving $50 bills in the street to get this ‘actor’ to call in on his cell.
And what you’re really saying is the message broadcast by the caller is more powerful and far-reaching than you’d like
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