President Obama Drama Must Stop

On the night the President Obama was elected we witnessed the largest rainbow of all ethnic backgrounds and races come together for the joyous occasion. On that night President Obama talked about how we have come far but we must continue to fight for the survival of our country. So I ask why all of the President Obama drama this week. President Obama has spent much of the past year and a half campaigning and talking about how we must come together.

The depiction of the chimpanzee in the New York Post article helps all of us around the United States to never forget that there are elements of society who do not care for change. We turn our attention to the New York Post drama because it attempts to open old wounds that had begun to heal in our country. We are in a struggle for this country and we must not turn back to the chapters that reflected the poor judgment of those who set barriers based on ones race.

We all can rise together and aspire to be greater than those who attempt to portray President Obama in any other way than the esteem that he deserves. This is not a time for the distractions from the important national and global issues that the President must address. Let

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