Michelle Obama Stumps At NCCU, Tries Out Her Patronizing Fake Black Southern Accent

If your stomach can take it, listen to a smattering of Michelle Obama at NCCU for a campaign rally. Is there such a thing as a Black being racist to Blacks? During her speech she tries out her fake Southern accent, and mixes in poor English jargon. For those who aren’t familiar with North Carolina Central University, it is a an African-American university with a virtually 100% Black enrollment, so, what better place for Michelle to patronize?

Anyway, from WRAL

“We learned that no one gets where they are on their own, that each of us has a community of people who were lifting us up all the time,” Michelle Obama told the cheering crowd. “We learned to value everyone’s contribution and to treat everyone with respect.”

So, doubling (tripling?) down on “you didn’t build that”. Followed by some lying, considering that Obama rarely treats anyone with respect, even some of those who support him. If you’re not with him, though, he will treat you with a profound lack of respect.

Such values give President Obama the “strong inner compass” that is needed to lead the U.S., his wife said. She cited his efforts to help the economy recover from a global recession and his work to pass health care reforms into law.

“Instead of pointing fingers and placing blame (about the sour economy), Barack got to work,” she said. “Barack didn’t care whether health reform was the easy thing to do politically. That’s not the way he is. He cared that it’s the right thing to do.”

He’s spent the last 3 years and 8 months as the so-called President pointing fingers at Bush 43, Republicans, Conservatives, Tea Party members, Europe, tsunamis, ATMs, and anything and everything but himself. 43 straight months of 8%+ unemployment, credit downgrades, historic numbers on foodstamps, GDP in the toilet…you know the hit parade. And he blames himself not at all. That’s what is considered “leadership” in ObamaWorld.

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