Despite what national polls say, today’s presidential election is simply too close to call.
Admitting he was “cautiously optimistic,” incumbent President Barack Obama told syndicated host Steve Harvey, “We’ve got the votes to win this thing, but only if the [voters] show up at the polls.”
Obama is obviously referring to black voters, who he defiantly dismissed earlier this year.
During an interview with Black Enterprise magazine 3 months ago, Obama was asked to respond to criticism that he hasn’t done enough to support black businesses.
“I’m not the president of black America,” Obama sniffed.
No one asked Obama if he was the president of Latino America or the president of the gays, but he has done more for those groups in the past 6 months than he has done to help black businesses in 4 years.
Nevertheless, Sandrarose.com reluctantly endorses Barack Obama for reelection because he is the lesser of two evils in this race — not because he’s half black.
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