Why Does Obama Keep Trying to Play Daddy to Black America?

U.S. President Barack Obama finishes a statement to the media about the government shutdown in the briefing room of the White House in Washington September 30, 2013. Obama said on Monday a government shutdown was entirely preventable and accused Republicans in the House of Representatives of manufacturing a crisis that would hurt the economy and citizens across the country. REUTERS/Larry Downing (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS HEALTH) Our Black News - Fair Use

By Yvette Carnell, Originally posted on YourBlackNews.com

Do you ever notice that when President Obama speaks to black people, the tone seems to change? Some welcome the shift in conversation as a reflection of cozy familiarity. Others, however, feel that the president tends to shift his focus from policy to preaching, or from advocacy to finger wagging. What if the president were to speak to the gay community and tell them that they are the reason for their own discrimination? What if he told women’s groups that he can’t do anything for them and that they simply have to work harder to battle against sexism?

Yvette Carnell breaks it all down in this video.  You can also download the podcast as well.

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