While Ghetto-crats rant about rioting should he lose other Americans peacefully consider a post-Obama era. His possible November 6th defeat shouldn't be considered a monstrous step backward for American Blacks nor anyone else.
American racial reconciliation can't be confined to one man, even if he's the president. A loss would allow Black folks to bookmark his tenure and move on.
The night Obama won didn't make me feel like some great weight was lifted off my shoulders. Watching a First Family resembling me hasn't made the despair surrounding me less grim.
This president has had four years in the world's most powerful office. Four years to right the ship of state toward calmer seas.
That's four years more than presidential caliber heroes Booker T Washington and Frederick Douglass had.
I didn't vote for him so his non-performance wasn't disappointing.
What is disappointing is the Democrat " bait & switch " tactic where Black faithful were kept at arms length until scant months before the election.
An associated disappointment is how desperately many cling to him.
Questioning Obama while Black invites hysterical reactions as if God were somehow being subjected to blasphemy???
You can almost hear mental doors slam shut when encountering dissent aimed his way.
This posture alone, that American Black value rises or falls with Obama's political fortunes, demands embracing a post-Obama era.
No one man can define the worth of millions- unless they profoundly doubt themselves.
A post-Obama era may force tighter embrace of professed faith; ambivalent Americanism and themselves over idolizing a distant figure.
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