Sunday, December 28, 2014

Obama's Been Smoking Crack Again

Is he serious?
From Fox News: President Obama says that race relations in the U.S. have improved during his six years in the White House, amid recent racial tensions sparked by the deaths of two black males during separate police encounters.
“I actually think that it's probably in its day-to-day interactions less racially divided," said the president, according to excerpts of an interview with National Public Radio to be aired starting Monday.
Obama also told the radio network that Republicans controlling both chambers of Congress when members return next week means they can no longer blame the gridlock on him and fellow Democrats who formally controlled the Senate.
“Now you've got Republicans in a position where it's not enough for them simply to grind the wheels of Congress to a halt and then blame me," he said.
Obama suggested in the aftermath of the shooting of Michael Brown -- an unarmed black teen who was killed by a white police officer in August in Ferguson, Missouri -- that race relations in America have improved in the past 40 or 50 years.
"We have made enormous progress in race relations over the course of the last several decades,” Obama said in late November after a grand jury decided not to indict Officer Darren Wilson. “I have witnessed that in my own life and to deny that progress, I think, is to deny America’s capacity for change.
This fool president is completely delusional.
First, polls show that most Americans think race relations are worse under Obama.
And if Obama, who is a very racist fellow, thinks that rioting thugs and fools and tools protesting the death of thugs is a sign of improving race relations, then Obama is delusional.
If Obama thinks that Black on Black crime, inner city crime in general, horrible job numbers for minorities is a sign of improvement, then Obama is back smoking crack.
If Obama believes that more people depending on government for some kind of welfare assistance, with minorities seemingly to need to rely more on the government assistance, then Obama maybe is on to meth as well.
But, of course, Obama said these things on NPR, where Obama is given a free pass and NPR would never think of asking him a tough question or confront him on his obvious delusions.

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