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March 2nd, 2012
01:55 PM ET

Can Obama keep black vote?

With black unemployment sky high, can President Obama count on black support in '12 like '08? Suzanne Malveaux reports.

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  1. Barbara

    Well, let's see...No matter what color you are...if you vote for one of the R.Wing'll be as crazy as they are and you deserve what you get...(as they say...:)

    March 2, 2012 at 2:00 pm |
  2. JR

    Obama never had and cannot get the "black vote;" because it doesn't exist, since all people think (and vote) with their brain cells, not their skin cells. Obama bought the "bigot vote" with racial favoritism, an election platform that was successful for him, for the same reason as it was successful for his predecessors...the American voting majority, its media and its "education" system, was and still is, too stupid to tell the difference between real human beings and racial favoritism's necessary propaganda...the politically correct, stereotypical demonization of first blacks and now whites. As long as the stereotypes are socially approved and politically correct, no matter the era, slavery, segregation or affirmative action, the media, the universities and their "educated" graduates are always sure that the stereotypes represent"reality:" that's a guarantee that Americans will elect bigots mandating racial favoritism for eternity.

    March 5, 2012 at 9:08 pm |

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