What if we really had a President who understood the Dream of Martin Luther King Jr

Over the years, the black community decided to allow it’s so-called leaders to move them in the direction of depending on their white slave master liberals, and yes I said that and don’t apologize for it because political correctness is out the window for me. Democrats have laid under the blanket of political correctness for years and that’s why things don’t get better, they have gotten worse.

Sure we have record unemployment for minorities, poverty is escalated, government is not working together, our current administration is using class warfare, race warfare, gender warfare, religious warfare instead of trying to heal the country.
Democrats have elected the first so-called black president even though he’s mixed which includes a Caucasian mother but for a party that says they support women, they forget Obama had a mother.

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Our current Dictator in Chief, President Apocalypse himself, had gotten to speak at the unveiling of the Martin Luther King statue in Washington DC on the mall. He’s gotten to speak and unveil the Rosa Parks statue. The emancipation proclamation happened over 150 years ago on January 1, 2013 and yet..in my humble opinion, Obama still doesn’t know anything about how to “FEEL” the implementation of Dr Martin Luther King Jr’s dream which would seriously bring people together for the good of the country I believe.
I am a black man, a conservative who was a former liberal that fell off his horse and saw the light to where my true beliefs and my heart really did fall into place so I speak with the connection to the black community…..The Black community has squandered an opportunity to have a president that was like Dr. martin luther king jr, someone that could talk to them where they lived and understood the problems they faced as a community.

A actual president in the mold of Dr Martin Luther King Jr, the civil rights leader would make suggestions to them on ways to better their outlook and help them develop a strategy to help them once and for all, heal from whatever demons over slavery that they still wrestle with as the world has moved on from there for over 150 years.

This president I am speaking about would explain to them that there is no segregation., no barriers at this point, only excuses, finger pointing and blame. This person, president that I am speaking about would then introduce them to the reality of real opportunity without the walls that they have built to separate themselves in a room created by their own accord; where they had locked themselves in.

This president that I speak of would re-introduce them to the broader community and say, “look, these are your neighbors and friends…these are people that you have worked with for years. They are not your enemy…your enemy has been the past that you’ve been holding on to for too long, holding on to so long that you can’t speak of mistreatment for yourself, but have to go back several generations to speak of suffering that wasn’t your own.”

Wayne Dupree

Wayne Dupree is owner and founder of WayneDupree.com. He was named to the 2017 Newsmax’s 50 Most Influential African-American Republicans. He served in the USAF between 1987-1995. He saw time in Operation Desert Storm/Shield and is the father of three. He is the host of the Wayne Dupree Show.

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