Tuesday, April 28, 2015

If Only President Obama Weren’t Black (Got your attention, didn't we?)

RedState
 “If only President Obama weren’t black, maybe he would realize that people don’t dislike him because he is black, they dislike him because he is a self-absorbed ass.”
. . . " But there was a President of the United States willing to make jokes about the “F-word” and an Imperial Court to worship him.

"Byron York notes that much of President Obama’s speech to the White House Correspondents Dinner centered around “black anger.” In other words, President Obama let loose over the weekend that he has concluded all the opposition to him is because he is black.

"It must be comfortable and convenient for President Obama to assume the opposition to him is because of his race. He can negotiate a bad deal with Iran and conclude the public hates it because he is black. He can tell people they can keep their doctors then take their doctors away from them and console himself that the anger of the public is just racist. He can see a solid position in Iraq and Afghanistan squandered as ISIS overruns us and, when people point it out, conclude it’s just because of his skin color. People can drop out of the workforce because they can’t find jobs and when their stomachs rumble and their mouths grumble, President Obama can look himself in the mirror and think it’d all be different if he were not a black man.
"If only President Obama weren’t black, maybe he would realize that people don’t dislike him because he is black, they dislike him because he is a self-absorbed ass." . . .

Emphasis mine, TD

As another US city burns with rage, is Obama going to be the President who did less for black Americans than a white one did?. . . "Barack Obama was elected President on a tidal wave of hope, optimism and genuine belief from tens of millions of African-Americans that he would finally get them true justice and equality.
"What’s the point being the first black president if you CAN’T do that?
"But he’s failed.
"Many black Americans feel even more marginalized than they did before he came to power. They feel even less ‘equal’, even more exposed to injustice. Most are just as poor and badly educated as they were before Obama got to the White House.
. . .
 Barack Obama was elected President on a tidal wave of hope, optimism and genuine belief that he would finally get African Americans true justice and equality. He’s failed
"The President needs to do more than just utter yet more platitudes from the Oval Office.
He should be down in Baltimore today, talking directly to the people who feel he has betrayed them.
"HIS people, with HIS skin colour, who voted for HIM because they thought HE would change the system.
"Less talk, more action, Mr President.
"Or you will go down in history as the guy who did less for blacks in America than Lyndon Johnson – a white man."

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