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Racial Divide Worse Under Obama

Kurt107 Wrote: Nov 05, 2012 10:24 AM
Star, Years of EEO, mandated quotas, preference, and in one term with a racist POTUS, AG and Cabinet have proven instructive. The government cannot dictate thoughts or feelings, only efforts for ethnic colorblindness have a chance. I judge others on the content of their character, not on their skin color, race, or progressive groupthink.
loadstar Wrote: Nov 05, 2012 10:50 AM
Good post, Kurt...AA is KILLING us!

about Obama's influences...

OBAMA wrote with pride about how militant communist Frank Marshal Davis was among his most important life influences...he mentions him 23 times in "Dreams Of My Father" (the drunken, serial philanderer O never really saw...why does that sound SO familiar?!).

Valerie Jarrett literally GUSHED when they chose Van Jones to be an Obama czar...but then HE was quickly exposed as a commie and had to slither away! WHOOPS!

It is hard to say what Black Separatist racist "Revrund" wright might really think about communism...he did move into a $ 2 million house-- not a lot of those in Cuba or Venezuela.

The headline of a recent article by the Washington Post’s Peter Wallsten capsulizes, inadvertently, the supreme paradox of the Obama presidency.

“Obama struggles to balance African America’s hopes with country’s as a whole,” it says.

The story documents Obama’s struggles over the last four years, which continue today, to avoid overplaying his hand as the first black president, yet to also not ignore this fact.

But nowhere does Wallsten note the irony that four years ago many understood the meaning of Obama’s election as the beginning of the end of the perception of black America as a world apart from the...