As Obama continues to peruse disastrous foreign policy and socialist domestic policy to cement his legacy, he forgets that he already has one: that of the great racial divider. No one has done more to split this country along racial lines than the President and that is how history will remember him. Continuing his legacy, Obama looked to further damage race relations by saying that America is still a very racist country and that the racism is what is keeping blacks from succeeding. And the worst thing? Racism has kept his wife and daughters from realizing their dreams somehow.
Speaking before such Luminaries as Al Sharpton at the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation’s Phoenix Awards, Obama immediately launched into the “America is unfair to black people” narrative:
“We’re not here just to celebrate; we’re here to keep going, because with the unemployment rate for African Americans still more than double than whites, with millions of families still working hard waiting to feel the recovery in their own lives, we know that the promise of this nation – where every single American regardless of the circumstances in which they were born, regardless of what they look like, where they come from – has the chance to succeed, that promise is not yet fulfilled,” said Obama in one hell of a run-on sentence.
Keep in mind that just prior to that statement he was bragging how he, and he alone, has created millions of jobs and cut the unemployment rate. If he is the one driving job creation (and he isn’t) then it’s his fault for being a racist asshole and not creating any jobs for blacks. Shame on him.
In the broader sense, Obama just said that America is a racist country that doesn’t allow blacks the same chance to succeed as whites. This was the theme for Obama’s long-winded speech throughout.
While talking about attending the anniversary of the Selma, AL protest on the Edmond Pettis Bridge, Obama said:
“If we keep moving forward, hand in hand, God willing, my daughters’ children will be able to cross that bridge in an America that’s more free, and more just, and more prosperous than the one that we inherited.”
Wow, not only isn’t America free, just, and prosperous for blacks, according to Obama it will take at least two more generations for black people to achieve equality.
Then, Obama tries to make it seem like his wife has been a victim of this racism that keeps black people from succeeding:
“And then there are some of the challenges that are harder to see and to talk about. All though Michelle, our outstanding beautiful First Lady talks about these struggles. Michelle will tell stories about how when she was younger people telling her she shouldn’t aspire to go to the very best universities. And she found herself thinking sometimes maybe they’re right. Even after she earned two degrees from some of the best universities in America, she still faced the doubts that are rooted in deep social prejudice and stereotypes.”
At this point I’m sure you are all teary-eyed at the horrible racism Michelle Obama had to endure growing up and how it kept her from achieving any level of success. I’ll give you a moment to grab some tissue because it’s about to get much much sadder:
“And those stereotypes – social pressures – still effect our girls,” said Obama with a frowny face.
Nooooooo! Not Sasha and Malia, too. Obama really should do something about this racist country, if it is working to keep his daughters down, like it did to his wife.
This is so far beyond being ridiculous. Obama’s daughters are two of the most privileged teenagers on the planet. Racism, sexism, or whatever else Barack is bitching about will not close doors for them. In fact, they will have opportunities most people can only dream of. They will be paid to do nothing, just like Hillary Clinton’s daughter, simply because of their last name.
And while we’re on the subject, let’s examine the racism that has kept Michelle and Barack Obama from succeeding. It’s not like they are the First Lady and President of the United States respectively. Oh wait, they are. It would appear as if racism hasn’t hindered their success one bit.
How is it that racism only stops some black people from achieving, while others are quite successful? When white people are poor it’s because they made bad decisions and are unmotivated, yet when black people live in poverty it’s because America is a racist country that prevents them from upward mobility.