Obama 1, Black Democratic Establishment 0
I’m a disgusted with the Big 2 parties type. Been that way since I cast my first vote in a local election when I was 18 years old. But I’m not politically stupid and I love history. And I realize political history when I see it. Barack Obama wins the Democratic Iowa Caucus and the Black Democratic Establishment (BDE) loses.
And this black man (with a healthy dose of France poured in) is so happy.
Usually in Black America, black politicians have to have the blessing of Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton, the NAACP, black liberal radio hosts, black liberal talking heads, and just “black leadership” in general. Not Barack Obama. Iowa, which is 94.3% white, said that Obama is their guy on the Democratic side. Do you see what I am saying? A state that is 94.3% WHITE gave Obama their support. Take that BDE and don’t let the door hit you in the behind on the way out.
The BDE say they support Hillary Clinton, with alot of unnecessary flourish, because she’s a winner and she’s proven. Bull! The BDE doesn’t want to be seen as just supporting Obama because he’s black. They think they will be seen as more credible by the overall political establishment by supporting Clinton. Quite hilarious since they vote in a bloc for black candidates in local elections. But they seem to miss this obvious point:
White folks vote for white folks without hesitation!
And there’s nothing sinister about it. Yet the BDE feels the need to seem relevant and “in the game” with their support of Hillary “Miss Proven” Clinton. Well blah to that. The BDE is full of misplaced self-importance. Obama won without your support. He won it in a state where you have little to no power. He won it by appealing to all people; not just black people. You are not the player that you think you are. You are irrelevant with a tired message. I raise my drink to your continued irrelevancy.