Barack H. Obama was fighting for a good cause….
But lets face it….
He’s Way Toooooo Nice of a guy …
On this and just about EVERYTHING else he’s been asleep at the wheel….Share on Facebook
The author uses insights from Barack Obama’s ex-girl friend at the time Genevieve Cook…..
Obama, who everybody recognizes as black …..IS really mixed and more, having grown up in Indonesia, Hawai and the states…
Being 22 he was trying to figure out things…..
And the traces of who he is today was trying to settle in….Share on Facebook
Yet here we sit, more than three years after Obama’s win, and too many people are pulling me aside in private to ask why his standing in the African-American community has softened since his Inauguration. They also question whether the reduced excitement among young and new voters — with that lack of enthusiasm from African-Americans — might hinder Obama’s 2012 campaign.Share on Facebook
Mr. Clinton, who gives precedence to Democrats who endorsed Mrs. Clinton’s presidential bid, makes use of the perspective and latitude afforded to former presidents.
This week, as both Mr. Obama and Mr. Clinton passed through Florida, Democrats had the chance to see the distinct styles of the 42nd and 44th presidents side by side. Mr. Clinton is more cerebral, delivering a thorough recitation of the economic condition and discussing how the challenges of today are more severe than those of his time in office. Mr. Obama, after ticking through his policy achievements, edged closer to mockery of his rivals.
“Remember our campaign slogan, ‘Yes we can’?”Share on Facebook