What if we had a President in the United States of America who was racially mixed? It would be the greatest time in history to unite Americans and finally eradicate the majority of prejudices, don't you think?
In an opinion piece for Reuter's on March 23 of this year, Christopher Papagianis states "Obama, the son of a white mother from Kansas and black father from Kenya, does not comment frequently on race, a sensitive topic in the United States, which still grapples with a legacy of slavery, segregation and discrimination.", but that is so not true! He drops the race card at EVERY opportunity!
While we are on the subject, let us clarify that President Obama, himself, does not have ancestors who were brought to America as slaves and endured all the discrimination that is their legacy. Rather, when he addresses the nation, he talks about his rich White ancestors, because that is who raised him. So, as far as his political life is concerned, he is a rich, White man. He only stirs up the racial theme when it promotes his socialist agenda.
I, being a born minority in this nation, am more of an American Black man than he is.
What many in our great nation are finally realizing is this: We have been used by the Progressives to take control of this Nation and turn it to Socialism. While we wanted a Black American to unite us and give us hope and change the hearts of Americans on the topic of race, what we got was a Great Divider. Well, we don't like where we are! We want more of Martin Luther King, Jr.'s views than we do President Obama's.
I will see you at the voting polls in November!
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