He is the first black president and yet still complains about imagined black oppression in the U.S.A. He should be ashamed of himself, but the man has no shame. This country gave him every opportunity and her citizens raised him to the highest heights of power and position in the world.
He says the rest of us should put ourselves in the shoes of blacks, because they have to struggle with things in life. Well, guess what? We all have to struggle with things in life. Most of us have ethnic roots, and most of us have plenty of stories of oppression, segregation, and racism. Mr. Obama, you have no idea what the rest of us have been through, so you have no right to judge! What you should be telling your brethren is to buck up, pull yourselves up by the bootstraps, and make something happen for you! In this country, you have every opportunity if you work for it. Don’t sit around waiting for someone to hand it to you. That’s what the rest of us learned and did. Why are you something special, and why do the rest of us have to place you above ourselves? Well, we won’t!
What he is really doing to positioning for power in the next chapter of his life which will be to take a leadership position in the black community. Ironic considering he is half white. For the president who promised to be the president to unite the people, he should be ashamed of this divisive rhetoric. He has been the most divisive president in recent history. (GrabienNews)