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Meanwhile the Congressional Black Caucus has been complaining loudly that they were tired of waiting on the president to fix the -- jobs market but now.
They are blaming the media for trying to divide them.
Way that it's been covered frankly is pissed me -- yeah.
They always want to see that's good -- The Congressional Black Caucus is very clear we want to see in the White House in the next four years I would not join the -- She's -- about the media there but is this just another attempt to distract voters from -- struggling economy.
Under President Obama who promised jobs -- the way is his Republican Florida congressman Alan west morning congressman.
Good morning Steve are you -- I'm doing fine thank you very much we've heard a lot from the Congressional Black Caucus a couple of weeks ago Maxine -- -- said that the Tea Party members to go straight to hell.
Then this that we just played.
What's -- -- with them.
Well I think -- what you see is say.
A desire to not recognize -- the serious problems that are in the black community when you understand it the black unemployment rate is 16%.
-- black -- you have an unemployment rate this close to 40%.
You see what is happening in Philadelphia with the unrest in these flash mobs.
And to try to all the sudden have a scapegoat called the Tea Party which is what -- saw after the S&P downgrade that became the liberal media talking point.
That's just distraction.
The Tea Party really stand for some basic core constitutional principles and that means efficient constitution mandated government fiscally responsible government.
National security and our free market for enterprise grade and I can't see why anyone would not want to agree with then align themselves and those principles.
Right congressman I wanna play media sound bite for you -- this was taken down in Miami Florida your state.
It's a Democrat by the name of Andre Carson He is from Indiana and He takes aim at you and others listen.
-- -- We'll read or use yeah.
Almighty what's your message to congressman Carson.
Well I think that we heard the president talk about some of this.
Over the top rhetoric and we should move away from that when you start using words such as lynching was born and raised in Georgia my folks were from.
-- Georgia born in the twenties and the thirties.
That's a very reprehensible word and I think we should move away from you sure that type of language.
And and I have to tell you want to face you know start to think about is reconsidering.
My membership in the Congressional Black Caucus because I don't think.
They're moving toward the right manner in which we're going to solve the problems.
Not just in the black communities all across United States of America I can understand that.
All right congressman -- -- we thank you very much for joining us today from the beautiful city of thanks so much they think you -- every.
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