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It is -- -- who you know well I have the floor.
I was here.
I was here on another occasion.
I was here on an all over inaugural.
And the the young man.
Black whose name I I don't recall.
He went there and let it hit radio is conservative talking he he would he would objectively calling him black.
Someone asked me about.
Obama being the African American first African American president.
Went on -- talk about that.
That he said I couldn't disagree with you more.
Is that African American he's biracial.
And the African how can I do well let me tell you you look at bill.
-- it it is no longer wait.
That reason it.
-- question we you're the conflict you'll.
I hope we -- really are we got right on down the people who looked like she.
And so if if if we going to argue.
Oh it is.
By every issue.
-- The fact is that each.
Perhaps that these small T.
Shirt and it's -- make these comments.
Right I think I think he was dead wrong.
Because -- if we're talking about crimes that is.
How portly children do in school we talked about multi racial -- that if we talk about African acute.
Yeah with -- the mayor.
One in the past.
Part part of that that attitude is is a legacy from the past where you have.
One you want part of your family was black you treated as black -- society and and I think we are moving towards a fundamentally.
More than biracial multiracial society that is what Obama is emblematic got in the 21 century the term there we the idea of flight.
It it is a model that doesn't need anything.
You know when when my grandparents came here from -- you know.
Eastern European immigrants were considered white by the establishment Jews were considered white so we are moving towards something new and that is health.
And and and it is part of a long continuing progress that you contributed to I interviewed at brook yesterday.
The first African American senator elect since reconstruction.
He was a Republican from Massachusetts nobody remembers that he's been written out of history books very unfairly.
-- talking about what he felt when he was watching you know president Obama take the inaugural and he -- it as you know part he was very proud as part of that.
Continue -- part of that effort but at brooks -- like abundant Iowa in the state there was only 2% of America.
And as simply -- this is a longer and longer struggle.
Whenever I think I think there.
Here is where I would say we get to come by I think that right.
That we have seen in America.
But it because people what that.
They didn't just happen.
They've done well it was an active -- that she's 67 while Martin that he was still alive.
Because that was the voting rights actually call and and what can look at going to the live point.
Like all Obama just wasn't Mexico's America changed their mind.
Options and say he urged the states that he could not look at that -- it's.
And and as I -- so -- has been helpful what experts.
Do you think that.
It makes a difference that Barack Obama is biracial or some of the whites in those southern states to even be able to say.
I will vote for.
I hope not adhesives and I don't battle.
We have seen a lot of growth in America I think that we seen about -- whites grow not a black and I think that's the good and we certainly don't mean that it's got.
Well all all of America.
I think it was a good thing in -- -- be given credit for that.
Well absolutely the whites and blacks that full -- that should be given Greg White stay -- -- right.
And you know but but the reason I say.
Is one thing that bothers me about all the time but well what you -- -- this may come about we fought for the big.
When Lamotte fall we -- the diseases they --
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