Black Chicago Leaders: ‘Was it all about using us to get into the White House?’

Ya think?

From BizPac Review.

No matter how rosy a picture Obama paints of the American economy, Obamanomics isn’t working, according to a group of community leaders and organizers from Chicago — all of them African-American.

After Obama’s State of the Union address Tuesday, the group gathered at Wallace’s Catfish Corner to offer their on-camera response to the “anti-establishment, citizen journalism” YouTube channel, Rebel Pundit.

“Tonight, the president has spoke, and a Republican has spoke,” grassroots activist Paul McKinley said on the video. “And now, we’re going to speak.”

“The country’s more racially divided,” McKinley said. “You haven’t corrected that.”

Then he moved on to the economy, saying:

“Everybody needs to be on your case about that. You got on national TV talking about ‘a middle-class economy works.’ For who? Who’d it work for? Why, it’s not even working for the middle-class people. They not even, they’re losing their houses. What middle-class economy you talkin’ about?”

Activist Joseph Watkins said he hopes the 114th Congress, now firmly in Republican hands, will neutralize Obama’s signature programs, saying:

“We hope the Congress defund Obamacare. We pray that Congress do away with your amnesty executive order, giving and providing illegal aliens and immigrants working permit to make sure the black man don’t get jobs in our own community.”

McKinley wondered what all the excitement over Obama’s 2008 campaign was about.

“Was it all about using us?” he asked. “Was it all about getting all the people behind you to get you in the White House?”


Is that a rhetorical question, bro?

For decades you’ve served as pawns for the DemProgs. You go along with their race-baiting, victimology, the bigotry of low expectations, and racism against whites and your own people for not towing the Party line.

They like keeping you on the Democratic Party plantation. It gives them a demographic to exploit while mouthing platitudes about evil rich (white) corporate owners versus the workers. The myth of the Left being for the working class and minorities has been wrung for all it’s worth. It’s part and parcel of a party that uses exploitation as a campaign pitch for a target audience; a monolithic easily manipulated voting bloc that is all too willing to participate. As a matter of fact, the Dems readily admit that throwing the race card is simply a tactic for political gain.

You jumped on the ObamaCare bandwagon helped the Dem-led majority ram it through in 2010. You voted pigment and rhetoric over substance. You voted for his socialist agenda, his “Hope and Change”,  and his promises to ‘spread the wealth’ to the entitlement culture.

In doing so, you installed a corrupt, arrogant, disdainful, narcissistic sociopath. You spewed filth at anyone who raised hell over his lack of qualifications to lead the Democratic Republic, accusing them of racism.

Now, you’re reaping the consequences. Congratulations. You got what you wanted.



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3 thoughts on “Black Chicago Leaders: ‘Was it all about using us to get into the White House?’”

  1. didja heer the newz???…
    these same afro-negros jist bought Toys R US…
    first thing they gonna do is change the name o’ dah company…
    welcome to………..
    heh heh heh …

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