Obama’s meetings and rallies often get disrupted by a few hecklers sometimes but this time it was slightly different. Obama was holding a rally in Miami, Florida when a small group of black people calling themselves – Blacks Against Obama – started heckling and tried to disrupt his rally.
This group mostly comprised of African Americans. Its strange that during this moment when great history could be made if a black president is elected, and Obama does have strong chances, the section of blacks, albiet a small minority, would try to change that.
CBS news is reporting that:
The group of mostly African American men held signs that read, â€œBlacks against Obamaâ€, â€œJesse Jackson hates Obamaâ€, â€œObama for abortionsâ€, â€œObama for gay marriageâ€ and â€œObama endorsed by the KKK.â€Â They are said to be part of a Miami based group called â€œMichael Warnsâ€. The crowd of over 5,000 people at the event shouted the hecklers down by chanting â€œYes we can!â€
Blacks against Obama is understandable. For whatever reason, some blacks could be republican and think McCain would do a better job at handling the country. But signs like Jesse hates Obama? ….So? Who in his right mind would support Jesse Jackson. Not to forget the nut comment made by JJ.
Obama for abortions? Obama is pro-choice. He is leaving it upto the mothers and doctors and families to decide what they think is best for them. Obama doesn’t want the government telling them what they can do or not. If the mother decides for or against abortion, thats going to be her choice. That is what being Pro-Choice means.
Gay marriage and KKK is all bull. I haven’t dwelled much into who Michael Warns is so I have no idea what this guy stands for or what his agenda is.
Obama also said these anti-obama guys can stand in the rally and show their posters, but they better pipen down so that the speech can go as scheduled. But no, these hecklers had to distrupt and then guess what, they themselves got heckled and finally thrown out.
I wouldn’t be surprised if these guys are being funded by Republican party campaign.