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What’s the one thing that’s worst than a presidential candidate saying that the “fundamentals of our economy are strong” – right as the nation suffers the collapse of the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression?
That would be when a sitting president – after overseeing the addition of only 69,000 jobs in May – holds a press conference and says that the “private sector is doing just fine.”
Really? If the aforementioned statement was bad for John McCain in 2008, what is it saying about President Obama now in 2012 – and what should it say about President Obama’s re-election worthiness?
A presidential gaffe? Perhaps. But the more that we look at the record, the rhetoric, and the reality of our situation as African-Americans during the Obama Era, we have to ask: is the condition of this economy the type of gaffe that we can continue to endure?
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