Black activists scathing response to Obama’s speech: We’re better off without you, ‘just quit’

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A group of black Chicago activists, also known as community organizers, were asked for their opinion of the Obama presidency after he delivered his State of the Union address Tuesday. Their answers, unlike those from MSNBC, were brutally honest.

“We’d be better off with you cutting off your presidency right now,” Mark Carter, an activist with Voices of the Ex-Offenders (VOTE) said. “Just quit.”

J.R. Fleming, founder of the Chicago Anti-Eviction Campaign, exhibited a stronger understanding of economic principles in 40 seconds than the president has displayed in five years in office.

“The reason why our economy is dying, is because the president’s approach has always been to place blame on the corporate world — to place blame on the rich,” he said. “The problem is patronage, nepotism and cronyism.”

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