Barack Obama, the great Divider-in-Chief, has been doing whatever he can to convince people that his way is the best way, even though the facts provide an opposite picture. Aside from his usual rhetoric, he is now, once again, emphasizing race relations as a reason to ensure that his agenda becomes the law of the land.
In a recent speech (if he isn’t pontificating, he’s vacationing), he essentially said that if Congress doesn’t get in gear and apply his prescriptions to America’s economy, things will get worse. “If we don’t do anything, then growth will be slower than it should be. Unemployment will not go down as fast as it should. Income inequality will continue to rise…Racial tensions won’t get better; they may get worse, because people will feel as if they’ve got to compete with some other group to get scraps from a shrinking pot. If the economy is growing, everybody feels invested.” (emphasis added)
Basically, in spite of the undeniable fact that Obama’s programs (like Obamacare) are destroying America’s economy, he has the gall to say that if Congress doesn’t do what he wants done, then not only will unemployment continue to rise, but race relations will worsen.