In an article which can be found here, which discusses how President Obama used a dinner time address to link civil rights and health care, The One continues to divide and separate the races by using tired excuses, and seemingly seeking to protect not the whole of American population, but minorities alone.
Does this come as any surprise to any of the white morons who voted for him? Do any of you who voted for him see how you, if you are white, are not included in this discussion of civil rights and health care? Here are a few snippets:
The president opened with a fiery civil rights talk, ticking off racial disparities, calling for greater enforcement of civil rights laws and saying that the new White House Office of Urban affairs is working to address inequality.
“Obama said that the large contingent of black community leaders and elected officials was a fulfillment of a promise and generations of struggle in a country where it took nearly 100 years before the first black members of Congress were elected, and where just a century ago lynchings were part of the American experience. He mentioned “strange fruit growing on the poplar trees,” a reference to the song about lynching [rollseyes – not the lynching reference AGAIN??!!] written by a Jewish high-school teacher from the Bronx and most famously performed by Billie Holiday.
What promise Barry? Did you make a promise to get as many of your black or minority friends jobs once you were elected President? Sure seems like the proportion of whites in your administration to blacks has dwindled quickly. In fact, it is beginning to look like the proportion of blacks to whites in government does not match the ratio of blacks to whites in the US population. Tell us Mr. Obama, what do those people, who you promised jobs to, have on you? If you had NOT given them jobs that most of them don’t deserve when there are more qualified people out there you SHOULD have given jobs to, what would have happened to you and your current job? I bet you would be even less popular than you are now. Its more of the same tribal mentality Barry. Its getting old. The only transparent thing in your administration right now is your favoritism for blacks and other minorities.
“Yet, he said, disparities still exist and the “economic crisis has made conditions in communities of color even worse.”
Who’s fault is that Mr. Obama? And why do you seem to be only concerned with “communities of color”? YOU have selective memory if you really believe that only minority communities are suffering.
“For the majority of some Americans… upward mobility, for others stagnation,” he said. “That kind of inequality is unacceptable in the United States of America.”
Lets talk about this stagnation Barry. This stagnation you speak of in these “communities of color” has been there for a very long time, will always be there despite any changes in the economy, and will not change unless the people in these communities stop using their “color” as an excuse for why they are doing so poorly. YOU and your Administration need to stop letting them use race as an excuse and stop taking money away from “colorless communities” who actually WORK for what they have. Didn’t you say during your campaign and in the early days of your Presidency that you expected people to work, go to school etc.? We all know that wife of yours said as much. Then again she is an affirmative action baby so she of course doesn’t set a very good example.
He said that eliminating inequality “will take focus and sustained effort,” including making sure civil rights laws are enforced.
Remember folks, civil rights laws don’t apply to you if you are white.
He also talked about the need for personal responsibility and for focusing on education, echoing his “no excuses” speech at the NAACP convention.
But Mr. President, you should know by now, when you shout loudly that “communities of color” are not being treated equally, your above statement will fall on deaf ears. Out of your mouth you are saying more or less that blacks and minorities continue to stagnate because of unequal treatment. Out of your ass you then add as an aside note that yeah, you gotta go out and get an education and job. No one listens to someone who talks out of their ass. Obama seems to be doing a lot of that lately.
Addressing the Congressional Black Caucus:
“Remember all they did all so many others did to make it possible for me to be here tonight,” he said, saying that the present generation has a new task. “When the need was great and the moment was hard, we did our best to perfect our union.”
Who’s “union” are you talking about Mr. Obama? The CBC? Or our nation as a whole? The CBC is a racist discriminatory organization to begin with. I cant help but wonder if your speech would sound the same if you were giving it to a “White Congressional Congress”. We all know it would be quite different. You seem to change your tune each time you talk to a different group. It almost appears as if you suck the asses of people in the way you KNOW they like it best. You have had plenty of practice at that I understand. People are beginning to see through you Barry. Don’t get too comfy there in that big white house. It doesn’t belong to you. You don’t deserve to be there in the first place.