Obama gets personal about race and manhood in Morehouse College speech
President Obama on Sunday summoned the graduates of historically black Morehouse College to âtransform the way we think about manhood,â urging the young men to avoid the temptation to make excuses and to take responsibility for their families and their communities.
Delivering a commencement address at the all-male private liberal arts college in Atlanta, Obama spoke in deeply personal terms about the âspecial obligationâ he feels as a black man to help those left behind.
âThere but for the grace of God, I might be in their shoes,â Obama said. âI might have been in prison. I might have been unemployed. I might not have been able to support a family â and that motivates me.â
The president also reflected on the absence of his father growing up, noting that he was raised by a âheroic single motherâ and urged the young graduates not to shrink from their family responsibilities....
You're not one of us , you use manipulate and lie to us to get our votes. Hopefully more brothers and sisters can start to see through you and your agenda. You are a fraud obama. You don't speak for us. Especially not me. God have mercy on your soul . I pity you.