In an exclusive interview, Bill O’Reilly spoke to Colin Powell today.
Powell said he voted for Obama because he like his economic policies. That was very bizarre.
FOX Nation reported:

The former secretary of state told O’Reilly that he voted for President Obama twice because he didn’t think the economic plans put forth by the Republican campaigns were “suited for times we were in.”

O’Reilly reminded him that Barack Obama’s policies were an absolute failure… and especially bad for blacks. Even the NAACP leader says so.

So then Powell started to talking about those insulting racist comments by Republicans. The same racist comments that were made by Democrats that didn’t seem to bother him.

Here’s the video:

There’s really only two reasons why Colin Powell could support Obama. The obvious reason is because Barack Obama is black. The only other explanation would be that Colin Powell is a big government liberal. These are no other possible explanations.

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  1. Why would we want to care how Colin Powell support Traitor in Chief since we already know their traits and characteristic Socialist Democrat Commie even though they were Republican.

  2. Old Rino who loves the limelight and if Obama wasn’t president Powell would be rocker in his rocker on a porch somewhere.

    He has no credibility as a Republican and Powell is another racist,.

  3. ID voter card is a must in all elections. It is disgusting no mention of Justice Dept. who eliminated any chances of a fair election.

    People like Powell stir things up on purpose. As we have seen he has been on every political show and shameful O’reilly would jump on board but I suppose that is what he gets paid to do. :)

  4. If you can’t figure out what a hypocrite Powell was before O’reilly show then heads are in the sand. Powell has been draining on and on about is love affair with Obama since 2008.

    Sorry but I suppose that if anyone on the left watched O’reilly and one mind was changed, it maybe worth it.

  5. That foul, lying, racist POS is a disgrace to the uniform he wore.

  6. Powell is a racist….

  7. Just shut up Democrat Powell..stop playing the part of the republican..you haven’t even been a RINO in years..no one truly believes you are a republican anymore…nothing but attacks from him against republicans never against democrats

  8. There’s really only two reasons why Colin Powell could support Obama. The obvious reason is because Barack Obama is black. The only other explanation would be that Colin Powell is a big government liberal.”

    Yes. Both.

  9. Frankly, I don’t understand why this interview with Powell was worth Jim’s time to even mention. Does anyone really care what Colin Powell has to say? Conservatives wrote him off a long time ago, and Ben Jealous of the NAACP will call Powell an “Uncle Tom” for being a [so-called] Republican the first chance he gets.

    Powell disgraced himself when he refused to tell the Special Prosecutor that is was Richard Armitage who leaked Valerie Plame’s name, letting his boss, George Bush, and others swing in the wind and stayed silent during the Scooter Libby witch hunt.

    What ever honor Colin Powell had, he sold it a long time ago for thirty pieces of silver.

  10. WE lost? WE? You didn’t lose crap you traitor.

  11. “These are no other possible explanations.”
    Excellent. Agreed. I would only add, ungrateful.

    As much as I despise him now, I will give him one thing- he gave the greatest answer EVER! to a complaint about (non-existent) American ‘Imperialism':

    “… the Secretary of State was asked by former Archbishop of Canterbury George Carey if he felt the U.S and its allies had given due consideration to the use of “soft power” — promulgating moral and democratic values as a means of achieving progress towards international peace and stability, basically — versus the “hard power” of military force.

    Here, in part, is how Colin Powell responded to Carey’s question:

    There is nothing in American experience or in American political life or in our culture that suggests we want to use hard power. But what we have found over the decades is that unless you do have hard power — and here I think you’re referring to military power — then sometimes you are faced with situations that you can’t deal with.
    I mean, it was not soft power that freed Europe. It was hard power. And what followed immediately after hard power? Did the United States ask for dominion over a single nation in Europe? No. Soft power came in the Marshall Plan. Soft power came with American GIs who put their weapons down once the war was over and helped all those nations rebuild. We did the same thing in Japan.

    So our record of living our values and letting our values be an inspiration to others I think is clear. And I don’t think I have anything to be ashamed of or apologize for with respect to what America has done for the world. [Applause.]

    We have gone forth from our shores repeatedly over the last hundred years and we’ve done this as recently as the last year in Afghanistan and put wonderful young men and women at risk, many of whom have lost their lives, and we have asked for nothing except enough ground to bury them in, and otherwise we have returned home to seek our own, you know, to seek our own lives in peace, to live our own lives in peace. But there comes a time when soft power or talking with evil will not work where, unfortunately, hard power is the only thing that works.

    It wasn’t the first time Colin Powell had used the figure of speech. During an “MTV Global Discussion” on February 14, 2002, he was asked how he felt representing a country commonly perceived as, “the Satan of contemporary politics.” Here is part of his reply:

    … Far from being the Great Satan, I would say that we are the Great Protector. We have sent men and women from the armed forces of the United States to other parts of the world throughout the past century to put down oppression. We defeated Fascism. We defeated Communism. We saved Europe in World War I and World War II. We were willing to do it, glad to do it. We went to Korea. We went to Vietnam. All in the interest of preserving the rights of people.
    And when all those conflicts were over, what did we do? Did we stay and conquer? Did we say, “Okay, we defeated Germany. Now Germany belongs to us? We defeated Japan, so Japan belongs to us”? No. What did we do? We built them up. We gave them democratic systems which they have embraced totally to their soul. And did we ask for any land? No, the only land we ever asked for was enough land to bury our dead. And that is the kind of nation we are.”

    SO! What Happened?! I think Powell got all caught up with the “color of skin” that MLK warned us to avoid. I suspect Condi Rice and J.C. Watts voted for Obama in 2008 also.

    But, I can despise Powell today as I also despise Benedict Arnold, George McClellan and any of the high-ranking Officials spying for the Soviet Union, causing great damage to America since WWII and into the 1990s. (see Robert Hanssen and Mark Felt, among others)

  12. General POS charges minority voter discrimination, yet doesn’t provide any factual specifics.

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    That’s about all I have to say about that !!!

  14. Birds of a feather ….

    Powell is a RACIST. Period.

  15. Powell has proven a great disappointment. I think he got accustomed to being in the spotlight and now finds that the spotlight will only shine for him when he makes outlandish statements. Sad.

  16. General Powell, is a product of Affirmative Action, made it up the easy way. Everybody knows that; and he is a racist, he voted for the black man, not for the economy, what a ruse.
    Affirmative Action and Political Correct Policy a great travesty created and will take years to change back to respect for real achievement.

  17. Powell is both an imposter and a fool. It scares me to recall that I once thought he was presidential material.

  18. What does he get out of pretending to be a conservative, what is the point? No one is being fooled.



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