Barack Obama has recently been criticized for commenting to Russian president Dmitry Medvedev that after his reelection he would have more “flexibility” in his negotiations. In other words, Slick Barry would change his stance on issues, because what he really believes isn’t popular with the American people. He can do whatever he wants after being reelected, whether or not Americans like it.
Obama didn’t realize that the microphone in front of his conversation was on, and it was captured by the press. Peggy Noonan of the Wall Street Journal called him “Creepy“.
Apparently, his supporters fully believe that Barry will change his positions after the election. In an “African Americans for Obama” piece produced by BET, Tatyana Ali excitedly gushes about how much Obama could change after reelection. Since he won’t have to worry about an election, “It’s On!” exclaimed the giddy Obama supporter.
Shortly after questions were raised and the Daily Caller republished the video, it was removed from the Obama campaign website with no explanation. They’ll probably have a good explanation…after Obama’s reelection.
President Barack Obama’s re-election campaign website has removed several videos that pitched alarmist messages to African-American voters, following reporting by The Daily Caller and the Fox News Channel.
In one video that the campaign yanked from the “African-Americans for Obama” section of its website Tuesday, actress Tatyana Ali seemed to predict that a second Obama term would bring a host of benefits to African-Americans once the president no longer had to concern himself with campaigning.
“What really excites me … is that a U.S. president has only two terms,” a laughing Ali said in the footage that the Obama campaign scrubbed from its website Tuesday. “In the second term, ‘it’s on,’ because we don’t have to worry about re-election.”
…The video series, titled “Leading Women Defined,” focuses on African-American women, including Valerie Jarrett, Obama’s longtime aide and a former Chicago government official. It was produced by Black Entertainment Television and is still available on that that network’s website.
“We’re encouraging people to come out and vote to, as we say, vote like your life depended on it,” BET CEO Debra Lee said in one of the videos…
The BET videos include a raft of black-targeted messaging, including a reminder that Obama has delivered $1 billion dollars to historically black colleges and universities and $3 billion in contracts and loans to African-Americans entrepreneurs…