I’m Not Disappointed By President Barack Obama


On October 8, 2011, Democrats Abroad France held an event titled “Voices for Obama” at the Nikki Diana Marquandt Gallery in Paris. One of the speakers was the American author Jake Lamar. This clip is a shortened version of his talk.

What do you think?

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3 Responses to “I’m Not Disappointed By President Barack Obama”

  1. Renee Spivey Says:

    Thank you Mr. Lamar. I suspect there are many, including me, who would echo your eloquent comments. Well done, sir. Americans are impatient and want things right now and without pain. Thus, we find ourselves in the financial toilet. President Obama gave his word that the economic health of the nation would improve, but cautioned all of us that it would take some time and patience and that it would not be easy. Unfortunately, the opposition is so deeply entrenched in hatred and disgust with the first African American President, that they are willing to forfeit the improvement potentials for the country in exchange for unseating President Obama. The powers running the Republican Party and some Democrats, as well, will stop at nothing to prevent President Obama from appearing successful. These folks have no regard for the average American and are willing to sacrifice this disenfranchised segment of Americans as the price necessary to get that Black Man out of the White House at the end of one term.
    I applaude our President and I have unwaivering support for him. Yes, he is a politician, but he is a spiritual man of deep conviction, profound integrity and an intellectual standing insurmmountable by many of those who so strongly oppose anything and everything he proposes.
    May God continue to bless our President and the United States.

  2. Well stated Ms. Spivey. You said it all.

  3. THIS IS WHAT WE ALL NEED TO HEAR

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