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Video: Stevie Wonder Justifies Obama’s Gitmo - Now That's Racist!



At a gala event in Washington D.C, Luke Rudkowski got a chance to talk to Obama supporter and advocate, Stevie Wonder. In this interview Stevie Wonder explains his justification for Obama’s continuation of Bush’s policies such as illegal wars and keeping Guantanamo Bay detention facility open.

Stevland Hardaway Morris known as his stage name Stevie Wonder, is an American singer and songwriter, known as one of the most creative musical figures of the late 20th century.

In other words, “War is Peace”.

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I Wish Entertainers

would stick to entertaining and stay out of politics because it makes it hard to watch them when they hold up for really stupid or evil things. I guess it goes with the territory though. They do a lot of distracting don't they?


He's right about the

lynchings. Many people stood by. And he's right that America is no different than any other country. But he justifies the violence, because he thinks the President's aim is peace. That's a terrible answer, and he underlines that he's the right one to answer. I'm cutting him some slack, cause he's a helluva musician, and he's wrong for the right reasons, but he's wrong. I hope he comes around.

How Do We Know For Sure

that everything they taught us about the past is true? After reading "The Real Lincoln" I have doubts about a lot of things.



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RagingCynicism 8 hours ago

He buys the Obama bull$hi+. I guess his 3rd eye doesn't work either.

When a true genius appears in the world, you may know him by this sign: that the dunces are all in confederacy against him. ~J. Swift

Guess he's blind

in more ways than one!

(yeah yeah , low-hanging fruit, I know)

A signature used to be here!

I've met Stevie when he came to visit a neighbor

of mine back in 2000.
He sounds so ignorant -- just dumb -- now that he's under Obama's spell.

Just like Republicans trying to justify Bush's Medicare Part D,

which was a continuation and expansion of LBJ's policies.