I don’t think he’s got much choice about that, Joe.
“Obviously, that’s not true. Look at Michael Jackson.”
You think the President ought to emulate a man who died of a drug overdose?
"A Republican can dream, pal."
And we’ve only got a few months left of him, anyway.
“That’s something the nation can look forward to after the next election. A period of racial healing under a white President. You heard what a Republican voter said the other day—before Obama, she never thought about black people, and since he’s been President she notices black people and wonders if they like her. Once we have a white President again, her mental anguish will be over.”
Isn’t that woman like the people who get ticked off at the bilingual smiley face signs in Walmart? It’s really more her problem than anybody else's.
"Bite your tongue, you heartless liberal. Who do you think is causing all the violence at the Trump rallies? None other than Obama! His being black is causing otherwise peaceful Americans to lash out at the dirty thugs who criminally like to claim that white people are not a hundred percent nice to non-white people all the time in this great nation. Nicer than many of them deserve, we might add, but we won’t, because we’re not racists.”
By the way, Trump…
“We’re not talking about Trump. Rest assured, we big-time Republicans are either going to get behind his candidacy 110% or throttle his orange ass at the convention, as soon as we figure out whether we can control him or not. So that’s settled."
Oh. Nice for you.
“It’s the Republican genius for governing. We’re going to get it going again. And when we do, we can return to a racially benign America, where white Americans and black Americans get along fine because they stay out of each other’s neighborhoods.”
Obama will still be around for a while. Probably. And he’ll still be being black.
“Yes, but he won’t be in the White House. After we scrub the black out of that place, it can resume being a symbol of wise white American leadership, a leadership that doesn’t constantly and fecklessly remind white Americans that there are black Americans. Racial amity will return from sea to shining sea.”
Nobody can say you don’t have a dream, Joe.
“Yep. Me and that black guy.”