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Monday, July 30, 2012

Obama's racism on full display

Playing the Race Card for votes
  • Worried about the Black vote, Comrade Obama sets up a Black only Big Government program.
  • Racist Democrats do the ultimate in pandering with your tax dollars.
  • Equality of all Americans under the Constitution is ignored with a new Democrat racist program that helps only one race.

Comrade Barack Obama announced a brand new and totally racist Big Government spending program that will only help African-American students.   Students from Asian, Hispanic or European backgrounds were told they were fucked and that only Blacks will be helped.

Welcome to Obama's racist America.

Obama says Black Americans need greater access "to a complete and competitive education from the time they're born all through the time they get a career."

Speaking at a National Urban League gathering in New Orleans, Obama said he has issued an executive order establishing the White House Initiative on Educational Excellence for African Americans.

CNN reports that Obama's executive order comes in the wake of a new report by the National Urban League's Policy Institute that warned the president could lose three key battleground states -- Virginia, North Carolina and Ohio -- if African-American voters don't match their strong turnout of 2008 in this year's election.

If you might lose a swing state then the Democrats start to beat the drum of racism for votes.

The crappy Obama economy hit African-Americans particularly hard has raised questions about whether Obama supporters will have the same fervor as they did four years ago.

A recent Gallup Poll showed the president with overwhelming support among registered African-American voters, with backing of 89%, compared with 5% for certain Republican nominee Mitt Romney. In 2008, Obama won 95% of the African-American vote, with 4% voting for GOP candidate John McCain.    (CNN.com-african-american)

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