Barack Obama really loves gay people and illegal immigrants. So much so that he has gone out of his way, using his executive order privilege, to time and time again expand or create "rights" for his two favorite minority groups. This fact unnerves many black liberals who not thought they were Obama's favorite voting bloc (after all they did overwhelmingly support and greatly assist in Obama's upset win over John McCain in the 2008 election) because they share the same skin tone, but by constantly going out of his way to assist gays and illegal immigrants in a horrible economy, Obama has made it harder for blacks to compete for jobs and thus better themselves overall.
In fact, the statistics show that as a collective blacks in this country did way better economically under former President George W. Bush (a man they detested) than under the first Gay President, Barack Obama. That said, with many pundits predicting that, despite Obama doing absolutely nothing for them during his first 3 1/2 years as POTUS, stupid and naive black liberals will STILL come out in force to support Obama over Mitt Romney in the upcoming Presidential election. Thus, one can imagine Obama and his angry, black wife Michelle having a good laugh night after night at just how dimwitted and ass-backwards black folks are in this country. And as if that's enough, leave it to the narcissistic Obama to openly declare that despite their upcoming support in November he doesn't give a rat's ass about Black people's wants and needs:
In an interview with Black Enterprise magazine, President Obama addressed criticisms that he hass not done enough during his first term to support black businesses. Obama explained he was more interested in promoting all business instead of singling out any particular group, saying “I’m not the president of black America. I’m the president of the United States of America.”RELATED: Obama must do more to end 'black recession'
Obama noted in the interview that African-American unemployment is higher than overall national unemployment, and that the black community is “hurt during recessionary times more than the population at large.” When asked about criticism that his administration has not done enough for black businesses, Obama rebutted the claim.
My general view has been consistent throughout, which is that I want all businesses to succeed. I want all Americans to have opportunity. I’m not the president of black America. I’m the president of the United States of America, but the programs that we have put in place have been directed at those folks who are least able to get financing through conventional means, who have been in the past locked out of opportunities that were available to everybody. So, I’ll put my track record up against anybody in terms of us putting in place broad-based programs that ultimately had a huge benefit for African American businesses.