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What Do I Tell My Black Child If Obama Loses?

Andy544 Wrote: Nov 01, 2012 12:57 AM
Tens of millions of Americans bent over backwards in 2008, and twisted themselves into pretzels, to give Barack Obama the benefit of the doubt. Disbelief and doubts about Obama's lack of leadership experience were completely suspended, huge gaps in the man's past records were ignored, and questionable radical ties, associations, and mentors from his past personal history were glossed over. Obama was 'renaissance man', who was going to usher in the new era of peace and understanding between the races, and between Moslem and Christian. Then, the grim reality of four years of failed programs, trillion dollar deficits, and empty words without corresponding action. Finally, the unreality, horror and lies of Benghazi. The man failed. That's what
Andy544 Wrote: Nov 01, 2012 1:03 AM
(continued) you tell them. It wasn't a racial issue, it was a character and qualifications issue...and the man was found LACKING in both regards.

BTW.... Mr.Obama was NOT our '1st Black President'. That statement is a LIE which entirely negates Obama's MOTHER'S very substantial contribution to the DNA/gene pool which comprises Barack H. Obama. Mr. Obama was our first MULATTO President...and he wasn't a very GOOD one...

What do I tell my black child if Barack Obama, America's first black president, loses his bid for re-election? This is a question many parents are asking themselves -- especially those who would blame the loss on racism.

Jubilant black parents on the front pages of newspapers, the day after Barack Obama won the presidency in 2008, said things like, "for the first time" they could "sincerely" say to their children that a black person could realistically aspire to become president of the United States.

The New York Times wrote: "That a new day had dawned was immediately...

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