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Old November 16th, 2017, 08:33 AM   #51
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What has the Democrats and the Black caucus done? The Demo-rats have kept them on the plantation, and the Black caucus has...? What have they done?? What did Obimbo do in 8-years? What has the Black community done for itself?


OH sorry. I didn't realize you'd been OUT OF THE COUNTRY for the last 8 years. Here let me help you.

*Obama restored economic security to this country and that included cutting the unemployment FOR BLACK Americans in half from 16.8% in March 2010 to 8.3% in December 2015, its lowest level since September 2007.
*Obama provided healthcare, available to all Americans, but particularly helpful for Black America. Over 3 million poor Americans, including hundreds of thousands of African Americans in the south would be covered if not for Republican governors blocking the Medicaid expansion under the Affordable Care Act.
*Obama made college educations more affordable through grants and loans by increasing the amounts available.
*Obama launched "My Brother's Keeper"Entrepreneurs Initiative, partnering with HBCUs and community colleges to promote entrepreneurship across college campuses, and MBK Millennial Entrepreneur Champion Mike Muse to encourage entrepreneurship among young people of color and other youth.
*Obama signed the Fair Sentencing Act in 2010 and established a task force to look into unfair incarceration against the black community.
*Obama helped Americans to keep their homes and made their loans more affordable. The Federal Housing Administration (FHA) has long been an important source of financing for African American families seeking to buy their first home.
*Obama called on congress to increase the minimum wage.

There are many more things that Obama did--not just for Black Americans but for all Americans....but the most important thing Obama did was provide an excellent role model for black men--young and old. He encouraged them to be better husbands and fathers--to take responsibility for their families--their work and their community. He encouraged many others to run for office, locally and at the state and national level.
Anyone who says Obama did NOTHING to help Black America is lying.
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Old November 16th, 2017, 08:45 AM   #52
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OH sorry. I didn't realize you'd been OUT OF THE COUNTRY for the last 8 years. Here let me help you.

*Obama restored economic security to this country and that included cutting the unemployment FOR BLACK Americans in half from 16.8% in March 2010 to 8.3% in December 2015, its lowest level since September 2007.
*Obama provided healthcare, available to all Americans, but particularly helpful for Black America. Over 3 million poor Americans, including hundreds of thousands of African Americans in the south would be covered if not for Republican governors blocking the Medicaid expansion under the Affordable Care Act.
*Obama made college educations more affordable through grants and loans by increasing the amounts available.
*Obama launched "My Brother's Keeper"Entrepreneurs Initiative, partnering with HBCUs and community colleges to promote entrepreneurship across college campuses, and MBK Millennial Entrepreneur Champion Mike Muse to encourage entrepreneurship among young people of color and other youth.
*Obama signed the Fair Sentencing Act in 2010 and established a task force to look into unfair incarceration against the black community.
*Obama helped Americans to keep their homes and made their loans more affordable. The Federal Housing Administration (FHA) has long been an important source of financing for African American families seeking to buy their first home.
*Obama called on congress to increase the minimum wage.

There are many more things that Obama did--not just for Black Americans but for all Americans....but the most important thing Obama did was provide an excellent role model for black men--young and old. He encouraged them to be better husbands and fathers--to take responsibility for their families--their work and their community. He encouraged many others to run for office, locally and at the state and national level.
Anyone who says Obama did NOTHING to help Black America is lying.
You think Jay Z and Al Sharpton are black role models?
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Old November 16th, 2017, 09:13 AM   #53
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I love the way BS just ignores the entirety of a post's content and responds to it by asking a question not relevant to the post to which he's replying.

Typical right wing bullshit Trump move.
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Old November 16th, 2017, 09:14 AM   #54
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OH sorry. I didn't realize you'd been OUT OF THE COUNTRY for the last 8 years. Here let me help you.

*Obama restored economic security to this country and that included cutting the unemployment FOR BLACK Americans in half – from 16.8% in March 2010 to 8.3% in December 2015, its lowest level since September 2007.
*Obama provided healthcare, available to all Americans, but particularly helpful for Black America. Over 3 million poor Americans, including hundreds of thousands of African Americans in the south would be covered if not for Republican governors blocking the Medicaid expansion under the Affordable Care Act.
*Obama made college educations more affordable through grants and loans by increasing the amounts available.
*Obama launched "My Brother's Keeper"Entrepreneurs Initiative, partnering with HBCUs and community colleges to promote entrepreneurship across college campuses, and MBK Millennial Entrepreneur Champion Mike Muse to encourage entrepreneurship among young people of color and other youth.
*Obama signed the Fair Sentencing Act in 2010 and established a task force to look into unfair incarceration against the black community.
*Obama helped Americans to keep their homes and made their loans more affordable. The Federal Housing Administration (FHA) has long been an important source of financing for African American families seeking to buy their first home.
*Obama called on congress to increase the minimum wage.

There are many more things that Obama did--not just for Black Americans but for all Americans....but the most important thing Obama did was provide an excellent role model for black men--young and old. He encouraged them to be better husbands and fathers--to take responsibility for their families--their work and their community. He encouraged many others to run for office, locally and at the state and national level.
Anyone who says Obama did NOTHING to help Black America is lying.
Wow, where to start? Lets start with your first misstatement. He doubled our debt, stagnated wages, and had an average of 2% GDP. And Black unemployment is still double the national average.
He gave us the debacle known as the ACA. Nothing more needs to be said on that issue.
Obimbo, through sketchy grants and loans has skyrocketed student debt to a $450 Billion debt. Much like the defunct housing market scam.
Your reliance of rhetoric instead of fact is astounding.
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Old November 16th, 2017, 09:48 AM   #55
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I love the way BS just ignores the entirety of a post's content and responds to it by asking a question not relevant to the post to which he's replying.

Typical right wing bullshit Trump move.
I'd grown up fearing the lynch mobs of the Ku Klux Klan; as an adult I was starting to wonder if I'd been afraid of the wrong white people all along - where I was being pursued not by bigots in white robes, but by left-wing zealots draped in flowing sanctimony.
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Oh, well, Clarence Thomas - there's a black man who most black people I know TOTALLY relate to.

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Oh, well, Clarence Thomas - there's a black man who most black people I know TOTALLY relate to.

They should be proud of him. He overcame a lot through hard work and took all the left threw at him and beat them. Do your black friends eschew hard work and perseverance?
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The article contains many truths. The fact of the matter is that the liberal elite are a cancer within the Black community, and much of America's working class. However, there are some things that I disagree with. I just don't understand why I can't be mad about both Black-on-Black crime and police brutality. They are both symptoms of a violent society.

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Finally, many black problems are exacerbated by white liberal guilt. White liberals ought to stop feeling guilty so they can be more respectful in their relationships with black Americans.
This is absolutely true. The problems become exacerbated when Black folks are reduced to tokens used for political purposes (both sides are guilty of this), instead of actual human beings with agency.

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Because it's against the rules of the forum.

Of course, it's also against the rules of civilized people.

But, here, it's against the rules, and use of it will get you banned.
Well he got banned.
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OH sorry. I didn't realize you'd been OUT OF THE COUNTRY for the last 8 years. Here let me help you.

*Obama restored economic security to this country and that included cutting the unemployment FOR BLACK Americans in half – from 16.8% in March 2010 to 8.3% in December 2015, its lowest level since September 2007.
*Obama provided healthcare, available to all Americans, but particularly helpful for Black America. Over 3 million poor Americans, including hundreds of thousands of African Americans in the south would be covered if not for Republican governors blocking the Medicaid expansion under the Affordable Care Act.
*Obama made college educations more affordable through grants and loans by increasing the amounts available.
*Obama launched "My Brother's Keeper"Entrepreneurs Initiative, partnering with HBCUs and community colleges to promote entrepreneurship across college campuses, and MBK Millennial Entrepreneur Champion Mike Muse to encourage entrepreneurship among young people of color and other youth.
*Obama signed the Fair Sentencing Act in 2010 and established a task force to look into unfair incarceration against the black community.
*Obama helped Americans to keep their homes and made their loans more affordable. The Federal Housing Administration (FHA) has long been an important source of financing for African American families seeking to buy their first home.
*Obama called on congress to increase the minimum wage.

There are many more things that Obama did--not just for Black Americans but for all Americans....but the most important thing Obama did was provide an excellent role model for black men--young and old. He encouraged them to be better husbands and fathers--to take responsibility for their families--their work and their community. He encouraged many others to run for office, locally and at the state and national level.
Anyone who says Obama did NOTHING to help Black America is lying.
Malcolm X, Steve Biko, Toussaint L'Ouverture, and Marcus Garvey are my only "role models." They believed that Black people had agency and were worth a damn. Obama is just a handpicked neoliberal negro who was there to maintain the status quo.

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