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President Obama "Best of Times, Worst of Times"

About 1:15 into this audio of President Obama being interviewed on Al Sharpton's radio show concerning Black History Month President Obama claims that now is "the best of times and worst of times for large portions of the African American Community." It's an incredible statement considering the history he's supposed to be recognizing. Compare it to the statements at the recent National Prayer Breakfast when Dr. Ben Carson gave a message of no excuses, overcoming adversity, and hope for America. While it's true that times are tough for many, and unemployment for African Americans has gotten worse under President Obama's policies, it is not true that these times can be realistically compared to "the worst" of times.

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