B_A_R_A_C_K

Remember all that craziness about how Obama wasn’t “black enough” to win black voters’ support? Well, a couple of weeks later: not so much. The washingtonpost has this story on a poll release showing that more black voters now support Obama in a head to head match up against the wife of the fake black president. Here is a snippet:

Clinton’s and Obama’s support among white voters changed little since December, but the shifts among black Democrats were dramatic. In December and January Post-ABC News polls, Clinton led Obama among African Americans by 60 percent to 20 percent. In the new poll, Obama held a narrow advantage among blacks, 44 percent to 33 percent. The shift came despite four in five blacks having a favorable impression of the New York senator.

We still have ten months before the first primary votes are cast. Unless Obama makes a rookie mistake or Al Gore decide to get into the race, this is Barack’s race to lose.

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2 Responses to B_A_R_A_C_K

  1. Cynthia says:

    Did you see in the article where Barack told the reporter that you can’t go on the polls. When he ran for the Senate, he got 90% of the Black vote.

    This whole thing was set in motion (I believe) to ease White people’s mind of Barack ethnicity. He is not that Black, so you should vote on him.

  2. Cynthia says:

    Did you see in the article where Barack told the reporter that you can’t go on the polls. When he ran for the Senate, he got 90% of the Black vote.

    This whole thing was set in motion (I believe) to ease White people’s mind of Barack ethnicity. He is not that Black, so you should vote on him.

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