Skip to comments.Obama Gets Economic Advice From Al Sharpton, Other "African American Leaders"
Posted on 02/23/2013 9:02:02 AM PST by Biggirl
Barack Obama met with Al Sharpton and other "African American leaders" to discuss the president's "plan to strengthen the economy for the middle class and continue to build ladders of opportunity for those striving to get there," according to the White House.
(Excerpt) Read more at weeklystandard.com ...
And that advice??? Mo money, mo money, mo money.
Because when it comes to economic policy, you know these are the first people you axe fo advice.
Simply FAB-u-lus. One of the “just-us” brothers giving someone who (if he ever actually attended college, how would we know?) skipped not only his math, science and constitution classes but also missed his Econ 101 as well. The fact that anyone, let alone hussein, would value al (not so)sharpton’s opinion is (or would be)laughable if it wasn’t so pathetic. When is he gonna coversate with the other half of the “just-us” brothers? Or is jesuh too busy figuring how to get juniors sentence reduced. “I tol yu boy. It’s fine to do it but, DON’T get caught!”
Did Obama meet with Walter Williams or Herman Cain?
He should have asked him how to stop violence in Chicago.
This story reminds of the times Bush met with “White Leaders” in attempts to help them achieve a larger slice of the “American Pie”.
Sure he did. s/
i thought sharpton had the irs on his ass for a long time.
BLESSED ARE THE PEACEMAKERS
Or Thomas Sowell, another ECONOMIST? After his "meeting" with Dr. Ben Carson, he was afraid of anyone else with actual accomplishments having nothing to do with skin color.
The “community organizers” are “advising” each other...
Minds are terrible things to waste . . . .
Yup. All community problems can be solved with more walk’in ‘round money.
he was afraid of anyone else with actual accomplishments...
I was impressed with Herman Cain’s debut on the Hannity show. He went up against Juan Williams. Juan was out of his league and he knew it.
Advice from the shakedown artists that drove manufacturers off shore with their constant discrimination complainants? S. Africa here we come.
Resist we much.
Gives new meaning to “the blind leading the blind.”
Disclaimer: Opinions posted on Free Republic are those of the individual posters and do not necessarily represent the opinion of Free Republic or its management. All materials posted herein are protected by copyright law and the exemption for fair use of copyrighted works.