Anyone with more than 1/40th black blood was considered black and was subject to the discrimination that was directed toward blacks or Negroes. All of us in the nation watched the news and TV coverage of black people being beaten and dragged and water hosed, just because they wanted to have the same rights as white Americans.
Barack Obama is now the 44th President of the United States of America. We have overcome. Not just the Negro, the black, the African American. But the entire United States nation has overcome. Yes, there are the bigots and racists. There will always be narrow minded people. But bigotry and racism does not define us as a nation anymore. No longer does bigotry, racism and prejudice drive our policies and actions and laws.
The hot issue now is the recession and our economic woes. And the ripple effects are felt globally. Putting politics aside, I’m hoping the country can focus on the business of healing our economy. Barack Obama is our new president and leader, but he cannot solve problems alone. We all must help with the restoration to economic health.
President Barack Hussein Obama:
We love you, we bless you, we support you. I know the nation joins me in wishing you well.
Mr. President, make us proud!
NOBLE & ASSOCIATES CONSULTING, INC
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