The conservative Republican blogger in D.C. takes U.S. President Barack Obama to task for risking political capital for other minority groups, while being silent on blacks' concerns: "After giving Obama over 95% of their vote twice, blacks want to know when the first black president will focus on issues impacting blacks like: rising poverty, unemployment and incarceration rates, growing education gap and economic decline the breakdown of the black family? When I tweeted about this lack of love blacks are feeling for their blind support of Obama a second time around, a black person replied: 'Obama has always made it clear that he is the POTUS not the President of Black America.'"
More: "Indeed Obama is 'president of all Americans' but Obama has made gay marriage a priority and less than 5% of the population is gay. He’s also made illegal immigration a priority because 71% of Hispanics voted for him but only make up 14% of the population. These two groups don’t look like the face of 'All Americans.' But Obama won’t even give blacks a crumb. He has yet to name one black person to fill a cabinet position in his second term. It may be too late for blacks to influence Obama because he doesn’t have an election hanging over his head. But blacks should take a hard look at the gang of “Blacktivists” like Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson and organizations like NAACP, Congressional Black Caucus purporting to fight for what’s good for blacks and ask them what have they done for blacks?"