He needs to evolve his views towards and get better informed about white people like he did about Gay people. He needs to step up his pro-white racial attitudes which are presently against white people, same as Oprah and many other black people. He can’t be and shouldn’t be against any Americans or American sterotypes like white hate blacks because whites used slaves a hundred and fifty years ago.
Obama was an anti-white radical in college and he still has the lingering dislike and/or disrespect against white people because they are white. He said “There’s no doubt that there’s some folks who just really dislike me because they don’t like the idea of a black President,” he said. “Now, the flip side of it is there are some black folks and maybe some white folks who really like me and give me the benefit of the doubt precisely because I’m a black President” in an article by Dave Remnick in the New Yorker due to come out later this month. He needs to focus on Americans and America. He’s too immersed in and obcessed with the anti-white / whites control the power rhetoric
Did something happen to change Obama’s mind about some people not liking him because he’s black? He was elected President in 2008 and again in 2012 mostly by people who are not black.
Maybe people who like white people elected him because he was part white.
Obama is the only one who gets to name his race. He has many choices, Black because one parent was black, black because he looks black, white because one parent was white, partly white and partly black and American – Kenyan. White makes little sense. Even though his mother was white and he was raised by two white grandparents he has no interest in being considered white. Obama probably judges himself by the color of his skin. He could legitimately call himself American-Kenyan. He’s a natural American citizen whose father was Kenyan. His father was also a British subject. According to Kenyan law which follows the race of the father, he could claim he is 100% Kenyan and a British Subject. He is against the British because of what he was led to believe by his Kenyan father. He visited Kenya and traveled to the birth town of his Kenyan father but he never went to the Kansas town where is mother was born and raised.