Chicago Blacks Turn on Obama Blame Him For Crime And Joblessness: “He needs to resign”

hqdefault-8Barack wants the Black Community to blame Whites and cops. These Black Chicago residents aren’t buying it. They’re putting the blame squarely on Barack Hussein Obama and Rahm Emanuel.

“He’s probably the the worst President ever elected.”

“Have the same love for these (black) young people as you’ve got for the ones across the border.”

These residents of Chicago understand that Obama has done nothing to help raise them out of a state of dependency. They want jobs. They want self-esteem. They want to raise their families and earn a paycheck. Obama and the Democrats want to keep them down. And when the joblessness is so out of control, and the youth living in these impoverished neighborhoods get out of control, the cops are called in. Obama and Eric Holder have managed to turn the same cops who are coming into these neighborhoods and risking their lives into Public Enemy #1. Obama has these residents living in a perpetual hell-hole with no way out. No wonder they’re so damn angry. Someone needs to get the message out to these communities that the Democrat party has no interest in helping them to break this cycle.

“The Black community needs jobs. We want them, we need them and it is a matter of life and death for us.”

“The liberal agenda is not the black agenda, it is not the family agenda and it’s not the American agenda.”

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  1. How is it that non-blacks saw and recognized that the Democrat Party & Obama leading, was practically fatal to the U.S. black community? How sad it’s been for them, as they held out hope that Obama would deliver opportunity and “the good life” to them, “his people.” (which they are not!)

    To their credit, they’ve been loyal, and that has been a fatal economic weakness. Every black politician or community activist has not necessarily had the better life in mind for blacks, rather as it has developed, many took opportunities to leave their brothers and sisters behind, wringing their hands and crying “Why?” Those left behind were never important enough to be lifted up and out. That had to be based upon individual efforts, they all were on their own to do the best they could. Some did do their best and they did achieve.

    The answers won’t be coming from those who chose to be “sitting pretty,” because they misrepresented long enough to achieve THEIR goals. They only needed their community’s support until they could leave that community. There was no such thing as that community advancing as one, this issue always becomes an individual one.

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