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Survey: Majority of African Americans Believe Obama Should Have Spoken Up for Troy Davis

September 25, 2011 Leave a comment Go to comments



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  1. September 25, 2011 at 4:04 pm

    While the majority of Black people may now feel that President Obama should have taken a public position on the Troy Davis case, their actions prior to Davis’ execution/crucifiction did not indicate this in a real way. I personally sent over 10,000 e-mails to people asking them to join me in posting on The White House Facebook Page and White House e-mails asking The Presidnet to speak out, and maybe a dozen or so responded. There was no press conference at The White House by our national Black leaders to dramatize the importance of The President speaking out. Was there a national CBC or Tavis Smiley/Cornel West tour challenging our people to rally the President on behalf of Troy Davis. We asked not, and we got not.

  2. Maxine
    September 26, 2011 at 4:26 am

    I also sent out several request but did not receive and responses!!! If we do not stand up for yourselves how do you expect the President to do it?

  3. Edwina Dunbar-Johnson
    September 26, 2011 at 8:04 pm

    “Black People” (I am Black myself), Obama has enough harrassment from the Caucasians as it is. Look at his HAIR, now ALL-GRAY. They want him to FAIL. You can’t expect him to participate in every little trouble “Black People Get Into.” Listen, Obama is probably dying on his feet and has encounter many Health problems since he became president. They HATE him because he’s SMART. They expected him to have gone under by now or to have made major ERRORS and they would have to IMPEACH him but they got fraustrated because he’s INTELLIGENT and still STANDING TALL. I APPLAUDE you Presiden Barack Obama.

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