Tuesday, October 02, 2012

Daily Caller uncovers racist Obama video from '07

Much of the mainstream media was in attendence when then-Sen. Barack Obama made a series of racially-charged remarks. But they didn't report them.

From the Daily Caller:
As the speech continues, Obama makes repeated and all-but-explicit appeals to racial solidarity, referring to "our" people and "our neighborhoods," as distinct from the white majority. At one point, he suggests that black people were excluded from rebuilding contracts after the storm: "We should have had our young people trained to rebuild the homes down in the Gulf. We don't need Halliburton doing it. We can have the people who were displaced doing that work. Our God is big enough to do that."

This theme — that black Americans suffer while others profit — is a national problem, Obama continues: "We need additional federal public transportation dollars flowing to the highest need communities. We don’t need to build more highways out in the suburbs," where, the implication is, the rich white people live. Instead, Obama says, federal money should flow to "our neighborhoods": "We should be investing in minority-owned businesses, in our neighborhoods, so people don't have to travel from miles away.”

The solution, Obama says, is a series of new federal programs, including one to teach punctuality to the poor: "We can't expect them to have all the skills they need to work. They may need help with basic skills, how to shop, how to show up for work on time, how to wear the right clothes, how to act appropriately in an office. We have to help them get there."
Watch the entire Obama speech--40 minutes of it--here:

This is more evidence why we need citizen journalists covering these speeches. On a personal level, the Milwaukee mainstream media was there when an AFSCME boss made racially explosive comments at an Occupy rally four months ago.

Only I reported those hateful remarks.

Related post:

(Video) AFSCME boss gives race-baiting speech at Occupy Milwaukee rally

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