Raynard Jackson, a moderate Republican political consultant in D.C., asks how black liberal leaders can approach a possible President Mitt Romney after allowing current President Barack Obama to ignore their concerns: "Let’s assume that Romney agrees to meet with these liberals and they make their typical left-wing demands: higher minimum wage, amnesty for illegals, homosexual rights, input on hiring decisions, etc. If the current incarnation of Romney shows up, he will not agree to their demands. So, how will they respond if Romney says to them, 'Why should I do these things when Obama didn’t do them for you? Congressman [Emanuel] Cleaver, will you promise not to march on the White House during my administration like you did for Obama? Mr. [Ben] Jealous, if I don’t address your annual [NAACP] conference, like Obama, will you give me a pass because my schedule is supposedly full? Members of the CBC, if I tell you to stop complaining like Obama did, will you label me a racist, even though you didn’t call Obama a racist?'"