Skip to comments.¡Obamanos! Hispanics, blacks bail on president (Minorities disappointed)
Posted on 03/15/2010 6:45:31 PM PDT by RobinMasters
President Obama is losing his core constituencies as black and Hispanic minorities have begun charging that candidate Obama lied to them with his message of "hope and change," Jerome Corsi's Red Alert reports.
"Having raised expectations with a charismatic presidential campaign, the Obama White House is now under pressure to deliver results to the blacks and Hispanics who voted for him in record numbers," Corsi wrote.
Members of the Congressional Black Coalition scheduled a meeting with President Obama to demand progress on jobs, especially given that African-American unemployment rates at around 15.6 percent at the end of 2009 were much higher than the 9.3 percent unemployment for whites.
"The 43-member (Black Congressional Caucus) is fighting through one of the most difficult periods in its 39 year history, and some members and aides say they are getting far too little support from the nation's first black president a man they once believed would be their strongest champion," Politico noted.
Rep. Alcee Hastings, D-Fla., said, "There's not enough attention to poor people."
Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr., D-Ill., warned, "While I respect President Obama, delivering victories for his political future should be the least of our worries on Capitol Hill."
(Excerpt) Read more at wnd.com ...
Would that also be digging our graves now that doctors will be overloaded and many dropping Medicare that doesn't pay them a fraction of what they need to keep their office doors open?
He’s working on looting one sixth of our economy. The professional looter class say he is thinking too small.
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Snip: A 1993 Texas A&M study discovered that unemployment in five Lower Rio Grande Valley colonias ranged from 20 percent to 60 percent, compared with the overall Texas unemployment rate of 7 percent. In addition, many colonia residents often cannot find year-round work due to the seasonal nature of their primary occupations. Fieldwork represents 29.5 percent of their jobs, construction work, 24.4 percent, and factory work, 14.9 percent.
Let 'em eat cake.
Not all black folks are fools- the Media Hive will never talk to my neighbors, because they won't tell the "narrative" they want to propagate. But they're out there, in the Real America.
“Rep. Alcee Hastings, D-Fla., said, “There’s not enough attention to poor people.” “
Oh Alcee, there is PLENTY of attention being given to the poor. Give him a couple more years, EVERYONE will be poor.