Sure, in 2012 we'll still have ninety per cent plus voting for Obama. But I refuse to believe so many Black Americans will not eventually see the light. Obama is the first Black president something that has been a dream for Black Americans since the end of the Civil War. From what I've read from a variety of Black writers and average citizens over the decades (I'm almost sixty), I gathered that many of them thought the arrival of a Black president would make their lives equal in material benefits to the rest of Americans. The playing field would be leveled.
Well we all know there is no such thing as a level playing field not even for so-called "privileged" White Americans. I lived a number of years in a basement house until my father completed the rest of it. My family of eight received no gov handouts. Teddy Kennedy and many of the present lib elites didn't live in basement houses or eat sugar sandwiches when they were hungry. When their lives remain virtually unchanged from before The Anointed One became president (or maybe get worse), I firmly believe millions of Black Americans will strongly question their decision to back the Victicrat Party...the party that has chained them down the last forty years.
I hope you are right, I personally do not see it.
All I see is the continued tunnel vision and general lack of thought given to politics or other issues that directly affect not just the “black community” but the overall community at large.
They seem to embrace the things that are at the opposite ends of what would be in thier best interest ( a tired cliche I know).