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Tuesday, September 20, 2016

Obama: I Will Consider It An Insult To My Legacy If You Do Not Vote; Want to Give Me A Good Send Off?

By Real Clear Politics, Sep 17, 2016 

President Obama made a strong sell for a candidate to succeed his legacy at the Congressional Black Caucus dinner Saturday night. The president invoked slavery and the Jim Crow era and preached that if they wanted to give him a good send off then register people to vote because his legacy is at stake.

Although he did not name Hillary Clinton, the president said he would consider it a personal insult from the African-American community if they did not for her.

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1 comment:

  1. Using the race card and the gender card. Women who don't vote for her "deserve a special place in hell" and black people who don't vote for her are doing a disservice to the only black president. If things were truly equal, the fact that she's a woman wouldn't matter, and Obama would be asking all people to vote, not just black.


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