Monday, December 8, 2014

Obama's B.S. Concern His Children Will Suffer From Racism

President Barack Obama got unusually personal during an interview about race relations that aired Monday night on BET.

The president spoke about his experiences as a young black man and opened up about concerns he has about the way his daughters, Sasha and Malia, and future grandsons could be treated in society because of their skin color.

'I want my children to be seen as the individuals that they are, and I want them to be judged based on the content of their character and their behavior and their talents and their gifts,' he told BET's Jeff Johnson.

'I don't want them to be objects of fear simply because of misguided attitudes.'
This from a man whose has benefited from racism his whole life--affirmative action, white guilt, etc. He wouldn't have been elected president if Americans hadn't been so excited about electing a "black" man. What a putz. He wants his children to benefit from being among the black elite.

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