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Monday, September 26, 2011

President told the CBC to take off their bedroom slippers, stop complaining and.........


           The President of the United States ruffled some feather (and more) while speaking at the Black Caucus annual awards dinner on Saturday. The President told them to take off their bedroom slippers, put on their marching shoes, stop grumblin', stop cryin', "shake it off," and "stop complaining."     The, "stop complaining," remark ticked off some of those attending the dinner. Maxine Waters,  wanted to know, who was he  talking to, she said, "I found that language a bit curious because the president spoke to the Hispanic Caucus, and certainly they're pushing him on immigration... he certainly didn't tell them to stop complaining," she said. "And he would never say that to the gay and lesbian community, who really pushed him on Don't Ask, Don't Tell." She seemed a little upset or surprised over the President's speech to the CBC.
 It is just my thought, but the less he says the better off he seems to be these days and  the less he does the better off the country will be!

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