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    Posted January 29, 2013 by
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    Obama Passes by African Americans in Favor of Latinos

     

    Another year passes. The election season is over. Our economy is still suffering. Over 8 million people have given up on finding a job after becoming unemployed. Food stamp and welfare usage are at an all time historical record.

     

    What does Mr. Obama do? He launches and assault on the Second Amendment and plans to help the Latino community with immigration reform.

     

    Once again the African American community has been short changed by our government. Poverty and unemployment for African Americans is incredibly high and getting worse. Soon the Latino community after amnesty will careen past African Americans in status, income, jobs, influence, and quality of life.

     

    Mr. Obama’s solution is to focus his attention on the Latino community to ensure that they have jobs, can participate in the system, etc.

     

    To my fellow Americans of African lineage, don’t be too disheartened. The objective of the Democratic machine is to keep you poor and dependent on the system and foment hatred in your hearts against a straw man enemy. They want you subservient and appreciative of the permissions they provide and the checks they write.

     

    The Democratic liberal machine will never let you up off the ground. Never.

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