Herman Cain Adamantly Rebukes A Report For Asking An Off-Topic Question About The Alleged Harassment
After Obama's Superbowl XLV Interview With Bill O'Reilly
During this year's Superbowl I had the fortune of being among close friends.
Just prior to the Superbowl I had the misfortune of being in a room full of not only "Black Progressive-Fundamentalists" but "Black Flight Progressives" specifically.
As they watched Commander In Chief Obama interacting with Fox News' Bill O'Reilly the most angry Black voices in the room focused on Bill O'Reilly's "disrespect of" the Commander In Chief.
"Bill O'Reilly is a racist. He would not disrespect George W Bush by interrupting him or talking to him so aggressively with contempt."
Ironically, my friends had hoped that Commander In Chief Obama would "put Fox News' Bill O'Reilly in his place and by doing so put his foot down against their archenemy - Fox News, News Corp and Rupert Murdoch.
The entire room of "Black Flight Progressives", who live in a Republican dominated area, were all living vicariously through Obama's performance with "THEIR ENEMY".
They wanted Obama to set the ground rules and publicly force
Obama did not emote the disposition that they wanted.
The room of "Black Flight Progressives" shifted the void they felt about Obama over to their anger against Bill O'Reilly and Fox News as a means of filling this void.
All of these people were "corporate people".
Their choice of residency and profession showed them to be "corporatists" like Cain rather than "Community Organizers" like Obama.
Despite this fact it is the self-discombobulation that has them presently loving the streaming attacks on Herman Cain and the shift away from scrutiny upon Obama in the context of the problems within the Black community that has not been addressed.
(Note: This weekend I will have an opportunity to be within a crowd of "Black Flight Progressives". I will have a chance to monitor their sentiments about the Cain harassment accusations. I do not inject a topic into the discussion. Instead I passively allow the conversation to take its natural course. Only at the end do I have enough information to being linking their unsolicited opinions with their claims of being interested in advancing "Black Issues").