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Prominent African-Americans Slam President Barack Obama For Not Helping The Black Community During His Time In Office
January 10. 2017
President Barack Obama
Famous and notable African Americans have gone on record slamming U.S. President Barack Obama for not doing anything for the black community while in office. The presidency of Obama, whom many in Chicago state is bisexual, has overwhelmingly been about gay rights and very little else, to the point Newsweek magazine ran a cover labeling him "America's First Gay President."
Newsweek magazine cover of Barack Obama alludes to the rumors in Chicago from gay men who state they had a sexual relationship with him. Three outspoken men, who were said to be Obama's sex partners were mysteriously killed while he was running for president.
Obama's presidency being enveloped in his promotion of gay issues and little else, is due to his financial donors in largely homosexual Hollywood, as well as his own personal, sexual leanings. As a result, many other items have been neglected and America paid the price for it. A good head of state helps everyone. A premiership can't be about one group of people. Society is comprised of an array of people. Leaders must be broad in their thinking and actions, in an attempt to improve an entire nation.
During his time in office Obama loved the high life...in more ways than one
Obama also took an unwise and costly Hollywood approach to the presidency, spending obscene amounts of money on vacations ($96,000,000) and a fortune on failed initiatives in the space, solar and computer industries that were not national priorities. The taxpayers have nothing to show for Obama's failed initiatives in these sectors, other than a massive multi-billion dollar bill. Obama has spent more taxpayer money than any president in U.S. history and American national debt is at a record high.
Billionaire entertainment and sports mogul Bob Johnson stated of Obama, ďI think the president has to recalibrate his message. You donít get people to like you by attacking them or demeaning their success. I grew up in a family of 10 kids, first one to go to college, and Iíve earned my success. Iíve earned my right to fly private if I choose to do so. And by attacking me, is."
Multimillionaire rapper and business mogul, Sean ďDiddyĒ Combs said of Obama, "My number one thing, though, to be honest, is black people. I feel like we put President Obama in the White House. When I look back, I just wanted more done for my people because thatís the name of the game. This is politics. You put somebody in office, you get in return the things that you care about for your communities. I think we got a little bit shortchanged..."
Obama has repeatedly promoted and funded Planned Parenthood. Accomplished neurosurgeon and nominee for U.S. Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, Ben Carson, stated of Obama, ďYou wonder if he actually knows the history of Planned Parenthood and Margaret Sanger, who was trying to eliminate black people. That was the purpose of it."
Carson further stated, "Many of his formative years were spent in Indonesia. So, for him to, you know, claim that, you know, he identifies with the experience of black Americans, I think, is a bit of a stretch."
Courtland Milloy, columnist for The Washington Post, stated of Obama, "I hope President Obama appreciates the grand bargain heís getting from African Americans: unwavering support, stratospheric approval rating, muted exasperation when he disappoints, vociferous defense when heís under attack. But what do black people get in return?"
Associate professor of African American studies at Princeton, Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor, stated of Obama, "The Obama administration has been marked by a complete reluctance to engage in any meaningful discussion about racial inequality. The president fears addressing such issues, she asserted, because he is afraid of appearing to be ďin the grip of the black community or as being beholden to black interests."
Nation of Islam speaker, Louis Farrakhan, stated of Obama, "Thereís your legacy Mr. President. Itís in the street, with your suffering people...and if you canít go and see about them, the white people youíve served so well, will preserve your legacy. The hell they will. You didnít earn your legacy with us.. You didnít earn your legacy with Black people. You fought for the rights of gay people. You fight for Israel. Your people are suffering and dying in the streets!"
Atlanta rapper Waka Flocka stated of Obama on Twitter, "Can't wait to see the day America gets a real black president because Obama don't count!"
Obamaís former senatorial constituency of Chicago, Illinois has been experiencing increased levels of violent crime during his tenure in office. Many in Chicago have publicly expressed the view Obama has done nothing for them while in office as president. Chicago has a high crime and poverty rate. Chicago leads America in murders. It is a city full of potential, but as stated on this site for well over a year, a task force on crime is needed and federal intervention.
Obama could have created useful, cost effective social programs to help at risk youths, particular blacks and Hispanics, in select crime beds in America, as those regions of the nation require the most assistance with troubled teens. However, he completed ignored the problem and the opportunity to make a big difference in their lives.
Many African-Americans were so happy to have the first black president that some overlooked major flaws in Obama. He has engaged in unlawful, unethical and malicious behavior while in office. To many, Obama's serious shortcomings, flawed judgment, dubious character and (preventable) failures in office have been painfully apparent. No amount of sugar coating is going to camouflage that.
Once Obama leaves office, the inevitable disclosures about misconduct during his tenure will surface. History will not be kind to him when the full truth comes out, as he did things in office no head of state should engage in, as it harmed many innocent people.
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