Maxine Waters: We support the President but we gettin tired yall

Maxine Waters is tired yall. She says the Congressional Black Caucus supports the President, but also that “we gettin’ tired ya’ll, we gettin’ tired.” She says unemployment in the black communities is unconscionable and that they don’t have a clue what the President’s strategy is to solve it.

She also doesn’t know why his bus tours are only going through white neighborhoods. Really? Even I can answer that. It’s because he already has the black vote.

But really this clip says more about her shallow race-based allegiances to a man who is destroying this country, that she would still want to give him the benefit of the doubt. If it were any Republican president, and perhaps even Bill Clinton, you can be sure that the entire CBC would have all but crucified and buried them under a tomb stone that bears the word ‘racist’. But not Obama. They love having a black president as they note in the video. You criticize him, you criticize them, she says. Well, I suppose that works for me because it’s her policies as well that have led to this ‘unconscionable’ unemployment in the black communities, as she was part of the rubber stamp Congress for the last 3 years that helped give us this burdensome debt and massive uncertainty. So yeah, that works for me.

Via Washington Examiner:

(h/t: Drudge)


UPDATE (Dan): Don’t you just love the arrogance on display here? Waters is telling her constituents what they think (“you love the President”). Shouldn’t it be vice versa? I guess this isn’t one of those “listening tours.”

Well, based on the audience reaction to Waters’ comments, I think we know where many of them stand. I’m gonna go out on a limb and predict that Obama won’t be pulling 96% of the black vote again this time around. What do you guys think? 90% 85% Lower?

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