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JUDGE JOE BROWN EXPOSING FACTs ABOUT THE RICHEST US PRESIDENT


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 1 week ago '19        #26
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 kasigod said
Damn n*ggaz is quiet, predictable.
People hate trump because of how he acts but dont do the numbers and sh*t. Hes a idiotic president and fu*ktard but the numbers speak for itself
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 1 week ago '20        #27
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No lies told....y'all really think they really let a n*gga get elected because he was the best man for the job? LMAO


Joe a real one

 1 week ago '04        #28
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 eazyvaboy said
What did Obama do for Blacks?

President Obama provided two years of double-digit budget increases to the DOJís Civil Rights Division, which previously suffered from drastic budget cuts. Obama's DOJ has also reached multiple multi-million dollar settlements for minorities, including the largest rental discrimination and fair lending settlements in its history.

In 2009, President Obama signed the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, creating jobs, spurring economic growth, and investing in our communities. The Recovery Act was vital to the African American community, especially because African Americans were experiencing higher rates of unemployment than the national average. According to a study released by the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, policies in the Recovery Act, including tax cuts for working families and improvements in unemployment insurance, have kept 1.4 million African Americans out of poverty.

In December 2010, Obama signed a bipartisan tax cut agreement that not only secured vital tax relief and investments for our workers, but also created jobs and accelerated economic growth. Building off the Recovery Act, the tax agreement extended key expansions of the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) and the Child Tax Credit (CTC) that benefited an estimated 2.2 million African American families.

The Obama Administration dedicated over $4 billion to challenge states and districts to transform the lowest-performing schools in America. School Improvement Grants have provided up to $6 million per school for 1,000 schools to change them into safe environments where students can learn. There is an argument on whether this money is what is needed to fix these schools but many of these grants went to schools in African American neighborhoods.

In 2011, the Choice Neighborhoods program provided $126 million to 22 communities to plan and implement the transformation of high-poverty areas where distressed HUD-assisted housing is located into sustainable, mixed-income neighborhoods by linking housing improvements with services, schools, transportation, and access to jobs. Read up on this. This really helped a lot of African American communities like Memphis, TN, Sacramento, CA and the heart of Atlanta, GA, etc.

Obamaís Promise Neighborhoods program supported communities as they develop cradle-to-career services to improve educational outcomes for students in distressed, high-poverty neighborhoods. In 2010 and 2011, the program awarded $40 million in grants to support 37 communities in developing or implementing plans for a range of services with a high-quality education at the center. These grants went to many African American communities.

The Obama Administration increased the CDFI budget more than 135 percent over 2008 levels, providing grants and tax credits to finance community development projects in distressed areas.

President Obama successfully pushed to reduce the disparity in sentencing between those convicted of crack versus powder cocaine. Thatís right; Obama signed the Fair Sentencing Act of 2010; which is the federal law that reduces the disparity between the amount of crack cocaine and powder cocaine needed to trigger certain federal criminal penalties from a 100:1 weight ratio to an 18:1 weight ratio and eliminated the five-year mandatory minimum sentence for simple possession of crack cocaine, among other provisions. While there is still a disparity. It is a major major improvement.

Also, Obama is the first president to visit a U.S. prison and publicly talked about the overcrowding, waste of tax payer dollars, prison r*pe, and reforms for kids before they get into the prison system.

THIS IS JUST SOME OF THE THINGS

Most of this was done in the first few years of his administration. After he lost the Senate, Mitch McConnell openly vowed to oppose anything that Obama proposed and that is pretty much what happened.

But you hear this fake Sambo narrative that Obama never done anything for black people and it's a damn shame because it's not true. Just because he doesn't get up and advertise, "Look what I do for black people" like the current president does. These are all facts.

This. Animals and the alphabet people have way more rights than me and the police bodycount against minorities skyrocket during his presidency
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 1 week ago '15        #29
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“The Hope on a politician’s tongue never ever trickles down to the city...”



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 1 week ago '18        #30
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 Damagegadget said
fallacy logic... what exactly does this have to do with obama? just because its not pro trump doesnt mean its pro obama
This whole thread is about Obama genius

 1 week ago '04        #31
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 jaynat603 said
This. Animals and the alphabet people have way more rights than me and the police bodycount against minorities skyrocket during his presidency
I'm not claiming that he was the perfect president or he had the perfect presidency but this notion that he didn't do sh!t for black people is just insane.

 1 week ago '18        #32
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 Luka Doncic said
I knew there was a reason I saved this

Who's that? Leader of the gay world? Your gay idol? You admire gay people

 1 week ago '16        #33
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 eazyvaboy said
What did Obama do for Blacks?

President Obama provided two years of double-digit budget increases to the DOJís Civil Rights Division, which previously suffered from drastic budget cuts. Obama's DOJ has also reached multiple multi-million dollar settlements for minorities, including the largest rental discrimination and fair lending settlements in its history.

In 2009, President Obama signed the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, creating jobs, spurring economic growth, and investing in our communities. The Recovery Act was vital to the African American community, especially because African Americans were experiencing higher rates of unemployment than the national average. According to a study released by the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, policies in the Recovery Act, including tax cuts for working families and improvements in unemployment insurance, have kept 1.4 million African Americans out of poverty.

In December 2010, Obama signed a bipartisan tax cut agreement that not only secured vital tax relief and investments for our workers, but also created jobs and accelerated economic growth. Building off the Recovery Act, the tax agreement extended key expansions of the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) and the Child Tax Credit (CTC) that benefited an estimated 2.2 million African American families.

The Obama Administration dedicated over $4 billion to challenge states and districts to transform the lowest-performing schools in America. School Improvement Grants have provided up to $6 million per school for 1,000 schools to change them into safe environments where students can learn. There is an argument on whether this money is what is needed to fix these schools but many of these grants went to schools in African American neighborhoods.

In 2011, the Choice Neighborhoods program provided $126 million to 22 communities to plan and implement the transformation of high-poverty areas where distressed HUD-assisted housing is located into sustainable, mixed-income neighborhoods by linking housing improvements with services, schools, transportation, and access to jobs. Read up on this. This really helped a lot of African American communities like Memphis, TN, Sacramento, CA and the heart of Atlanta, GA, etc.

Obamaís Promise Neighborhoods program supported communities as they develop cradle-to-career services to improve educational outcomes for students in distressed, high-poverty neighborhoods. In 2010 and 2011, the program awarded $40 million in grants to support 37 communities in developing or implementing plans for a range of services with a high-quality education at the center. These grants went to many African American communities.

The Obama Administration increased the CDFI budget more than 135 percent over 2008 levels, providing grants and tax credits to finance community development projects in distressed areas.

President Obama successfully pushed to reduce the disparity in sentencing between those convicted of crack versus powder cocaine. Thatís right; Obama signed the Fair Sentencing Act of 2010; which is the federal law that reduces the disparity between the amount of crack cocaine and powder cocaine needed to trigger certain federal criminal penalties from a 100:1 weight ratio to an 18:1 weight ratio and eliminated the five-year mandatory minimum sentence for simple possession of crack cocaine, among other provisions. While there is still a disparity. It is a major major improvement.

Also, Obama is the first president to visit a U.S. prison and publicly talked about the overcrowding, waste of tax payer dollars, prison r*pe, and reforms for kids before they get into the prison system.

THIS IS JUST SOME OF THE THINGS

Most of this was done in the first few years of his administration. After he lost the Senate, Mitch McConnell openly vowed to oppose anything that Obama proposed and that is pretty much what happened.

But you hear this fake Sambo narrative that Obama never done anything for black people and it's a damn shame because it's not true. Just because he doesn't get up and advertise, "Look what I do for black people" like the current president does. These are all facts.

All the while Cops have been k*lling the youth at alarming rate.

 1 week ago '04        #34
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 Funke said
All the while Cops have been k*lling the youth at alarming rate.
Not saying he is perfect. That problem is before and after him. I'm saying that it's crazy to say he has not done anything for black poeple.

 1 week ago '15        #35
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 litdes said
A game we all play but only few can win
Howís that when 3/4 of BX grew up in the ghetto and making 6 figures now?

 1 week ago '19        #36
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 eazyvaboy said
What did Obama do for Blacks?

President Obama provided two years of double-digit budget increases to the DOJís Civil Rights Division, which previously suffered from drastic budget cuts. Obama's DOJ has also reached multiple multi-million dollar settlements for minorities, including the largest rental discrimination and fair lending settlements in its history.

In 2009, President Obama signed the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, creating jobs, spurring economic growth, and investing in our communities. The Recovery Act was vital to the African American community, especially because African Americans were experiencing higher rates of unemployment than the national average. According to a study released by the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, policies in the Recovery Act, including tax cuts for working families and improvements in unemployment insurance, have kept 1.4 million African Americans out of poverty.

In December 2010, Obama signed a bipartisan tax cut agreement that not only secured vital tax relief and investments for our workers, but also created jobs and accelerated economic growth. Building off the Recovery Act, the tax agreement extended key expansions of the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) and the Child Tax Credit (CTC) that benefited an estimated 2.2 million African American families.

The Obama Administration dedicated over $4 billion to challenge states and districts to transform the lowest-performing schools in America. School Improvement Grants have provided up to $6 million per school for 1,000 schools to change them into safe environments where students can learn. There is an argument on whether this money is what is needed to fix these schools but many of these grants went to schools in African American neighborhoods.

In 2011, the Choice Neighborhoods program provided $126 million to 22 communities to plan and implement the transformation of high-poverty areas where distressed HUD-assisted housing is located into sustainable, mixed-income neighborhoods by linking housing improvements with services, schools, transportation, and access to jobs. Read up on this. This really helped a lot of African American communities like Memphis, TN, Sacramento, CA and the heart of Atlanta, GA, etc.

Obamaís Promise Neighborhoods program supported communities as they develop cradle-to-career services to improve educational outcomes for students in distressed, high-poverty neighborhoods. In 2010 and 2011, the program awarded $40 million in grants to support 37 communities in developing or implementing plans for a range of services with a high-quality education at the center. These grants went to many African American communities.

The Obama Administration increased the CDFI budget more than 135 percent over 2008 levels, providing grants and tax credits to finance community development projects in distressed areas.

President Obama successfully pushed to reduce the disparity in sentencing between those convicted of crack versus powder cocaine. Thatís right; Obama signed the Fair Sentencing Act of 2010; which is the federal law that reduces the disparity between the amount of crack cocaine and powder cocaine needed to trigger certain federal criminal penalties from a 100:1 weight ratio to an 18:1 weight ratio and eliminated the five-year mandatory minimum sentence for simple possession of crack cocaine, among other provisions. While there is still a disparity. It is a major major improvement.

Also, Obama is the first president to visit a U.S. prison and publicly talked about the overcrowding, waste of tax payer dollars, prison r*pe, and reforms for kids before they get into the prison system.

THIS IS JUST SOME OF THE THINGS

Most of this was done in the first few years of his administration. After he lost the Senate, Mitch McConnell openly vowed to oppose anything that Obama proposed and that is pretty much what happened.

But you hear this fake Sambo narrative that Obama never done anything for black people and it's a damn shame because it's not true. Just because he doesn't get up and advertise, "Look what I do for black people" like the current president does. These are all facts.

And with all those things, they slid other people in there to help along with us. You never got a bill from Obama that only helped black people yet you got bills specifically for gay people and trannies.

 1 week ago '04        #37
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 Free my soul said
And with all those things, they slid other people in there to help along with us. You never got a bill from Obama that only helped black people yet you got bills specifically for gay people and trannies.
What are you talking about? The crack vs cocaine sentencing disparity was an issue that disproportionately affected black people. It had been talked about for decades and it never got fixed until Obama. Nobody gave a sh!t about it except the black community because we were the only ones being hurt by it.
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 1 week ago '19        #38
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n*gga said ppl on walware should't vote bcoz they will always vote for more welfare.

 6 days ago '08        #39
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 eazyvaboy said
What did Obama do for Blacks?

President Obama provided two years of double-digit budget increases to the DOJís Civil Rights Division, which previously suffered from drastic budget cuts. Obama's DOJ has also reached multiple multi-million dollar settlements for minorities, including the largest rental discrimination and fair lending settlements in its history.

In 2009, President Obama signed the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, creating jobs, spurring economic growth, and investing in our communities. The Recovery Act was vital to the African American community, especially because African Americans were experiencing higher rates of unemployment than the national average. According to a study released by the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, policies in the Recovery Act, including tax cuts for working families and improvements in unemployment insurance, have kept 1.4 million African Americans out of poverty.

In December 2010, Obama signed a bipartisan tax cut agreement that not only secured vital tax relief and investments for our workers, but also created jobs and accelerated economic growth. Building off the Recovery Act, the tax agreement extended key expansions of the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) and the Child Tax Credit (CTC) that benefited an estimated 2.2 million African American families.

The Obama Administration dedicated over $4 billion to challenge states and districts to transform the lowest-performing schools in America. School Improvement Grants have provided up to $6 million per school for 1,000 schools to change them into safe environments where students can learn. There is an argument on whether this money is what is needed to fix these schools but many of these grants went to schools in African American neighborhoods.

In 2011, the Choice Neighborhoods program provided $126 million to 22 communities to plan and implement the transformation of high-poverty areas where distressed HUD-assisted housing is located into sustainable, mixed-income neighborhoods by linking housing improvements with services, schools, transportation, and access to jobs. Read up on this. This really helped a lot of African American communities like Memphis, TN, Sacramento, CA and the heart of Atlanta, GA, etc.

Obamaís Promise Neighborhoods program supported communities as they develop cradle-to-career services to improve educational outcomes for students in distressed, high-poverty neighborhoods. In 2010 and 2011, the program awarded $40 million in grants to support 37 communities in developing or implementing plans for a range of services with a high-quality education at the center. These grants went to many African American communities.

The Obama Administration increased the CDFI budget more than 135 percent over 2008 levels, providing grants and tax credits to finance community development projects in distressed areas.

President Obama successfully pushed to reduce the disparity in sentencing between those convicted of crack versus powder cocaine. Thatís right; Obama signed the Fair Sentencing Act of 2010; which is the federal law that reduces the disparity between the amount of crack cocaine and powder cocaine needed to trigger certain federal criminal penalties from a 100:1 weight ratio to an 18:1 weight ratio and eliminated the five-year mandatory minimum sentence for simple possession of crack cocaine, among other provisions. While there is still a disparity. It is a major major improvement.

Also, Obama is the first president to visit a U.S. prison and publicly talked about the overcrowding, waste of tax payer dollars, prison r*pe, and reforms for kids before they get into the prison system.

THIS IS JUST SOME OF THE THINGS

Most of this was done in the first few years of his administration. After he lost the Senate, Mitch McConnell openly vowed to oppose anything that Obama proposed and that is pretty much what happened.

But you hear this fake Sambo narrative that Obama never done anything for black people and it's a damn shame because it's not true. Just because he doesn't get up and advertise, "Look what I do for black people" like the current president does. These are all facts.

Say it louder for the morons in the back!
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 6 days ago '19        #40
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