Obama: America’s greatest racist EVER

No person in American history has benefited from being a racist than Barack Obama. I’d like to kick the crap out of the next person who cries systematic racism in a country with a black president, and plenty of black examples of success.

As for Obama, he played the race card to GET elected, and he plays the race card to REMAIN in office.

The idea that Obama would speak about racism in America makes as much sense as Roseanne speaking on style and class.  But that certainly didn’t stop Obama from chiming in on a problem created by Liberal and stoked by these bastards.


In an interview with BET, Obama prescribed time and vigilance to tackle problems as entrenched in American society as racism and bias.  He urged patience, saying progress usually comes in small steps.

What a moronic statement from a black man who is president of the United States. What exactly does it take for these morons to drop the act? There are no “white only” water fountains, or whatever 1960’s throwback nonsense. Racist Democrats are the only remnants of those times, and I for one am doing all I can to send these Leftists into “too late” retirement.

Obama described his conversation with a group of young civil rights activists, including a leader of protests in Ferguson, Missouri, he hosted last week in his race-baiting discussion at the White House. Obama said the young racist-in-training told him:

“This is something that is deeply rooted in our society, it’s deeply rooted in our history.”

That young man is right. Racist Democrats are too deeply rooted in politics and our culture, and they are race pimping America into Third World status.

“We can’t equate what is happening now to what was happening 50 years ago…and if you talk to your parents, grandparents, uncles, they’ll tell you that things are better, not good in some places, but better,” said Obama

Obama is advising young people to be persistent because “typically progress is in steps, it’s in increments.”

In dealing with something “as deeply rooted as racism or bias in any society, you’ve got to have vigilance but you have to recognize that it’s going to take some time and you just have to be steady so that you don’t give up when you don’t get all the way there,” Obama said.

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