|Record unemployment is nothing, when the President speaks candidly about the George Zimmerman verdict. The "We Shall Overcome" mindset trumps all.|
A black community stuck in an economic quagmire (though society is too polite, a quagmire largely of their creation), but totally lock-step with President Obama's message of racial solidarity in the face of injustice in Florida. [For blacks, empathy trumps the economy, The Hill, 7-22-13]
Cleaver: If Obama wasn't president, we would be ‘marching on the White House’, The Hill, 9-18-11][
Sure, a few black individuals might leave the proverbial 'plantation' and make a comment about the shockingly high black
In a speech to a business group, Mayor C. Ray Nagin asked how he could "stop New Orleans from being overrun by Mexican workers." At a New Orleans town hall meeting in Atlanta, displaced black civil rights activist Carl Galmon complained: "They're bringing in foreign workers from South America, Central America and Mexico, paying them $5 an hour sometimes for 80 hours a week. They are undercutting the American labor force in New Orleans."A chocolate city has no room for brown crumbs.
The world could be ending. An earthquake, asteroid strike, the Rapture, or even monsters rising from the oceans to terrorize coastal cities wouldn't be viewed in a negative light from black individuals as long as collectively, they viewed the impending disaster as some form of white oppression that must be overcome.
Throw your Ayn Rand to the ground.
It's not the economy, stupid.