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Biden's Words Fall on Deaf Ears in Ohio

Dan107 Wrote: May 20, 2012 11:43 PM
Joe Louis Teague, 70, a black community icon who has run several failed campaigns for local office, is in charge of coordinating the Obama campaign’s voter registration in the Mahoning Valley. He is worried about the black vote because “people are discouraged.” Black-on-black crime is out of control; drugs and poor parenting are at the heart of that problem, he said. “I am going to be honest, I think he could have done more,” he said of the first black president’s attention to the black community. “I think he needs to do more.” When has Obama shown one iota of concern for the black community? They are constantly given the back of his hand because he thinks their vote is secure.
sarah3262 Wrote: May 21, 2012 3:53 PM
But they will all turn out to vote fopr him again anyway. They hate "whites" more than anything.

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio – Dave Betras is known in “The Valley” for his colorful language and his political antics and drama. Last Wednesday, however, when Vice President Joe Biden visited a local industrial park, Betras was all about numbers.

“Oh, the valley is going to turn out big for Barack Obama this year, big!” he said, spreading his arms wide for emphasis. The chairman of Mahoning County’s Democrats pointed to the shipping warehouse of M7 Technologies, a local manufacturer, filled with people waiting to hear Biden speak. “Turn-out like today, a full room,” Betras, 52, said.

If his job is...