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Congressional Black Caucus Chairman Admits Obama’s Blackness Trumps His Failed Record

Chris from Kalifornia Wrote: Sep 22, 2012 9:09 AM
Wow! Did you ever read a lot of whooie into what chamuiel said. Any program that gives an advantage to someone because of their skin color is racist. The idea that they need an advantage is automatically inferring that they are inferior. That is totally racist. That anyone voted for or against Obama because of any difference in skin color shows that those people are racist. Just having a Congressional Black Caucus is racist. Are they forced to admit a certain number of whites? Do they allow whites to join? If not that's another nail in the coffin of proof that they are racist. Alan West refused to join because they are racist.

The Congressional Black Caucus was formed in 1971 to advocate on behalf of black Americans and hold lawmakers and the President of the United States accountable for policies adversely impacting blacks. The CBC is often referred to as the “conscience of the Congress.”

Considering the caucus’ history, it’s shocking CBC Chairman Rep. Emmanuel Cleaver admitted to the Root the CBC has been reluctant to criticize President Obama because he’s black. Never mind black unemployment under Obama for the past three years has been nearly double the national average and hit a record high of 16% in 2011....