Congressman Allen West’s response to Obama’s comments at CBC dinner – via Facebook

My response to President Obama’s comments at the CBC dinner…

by Congressman Allen West on Monday, September 26, 2011 at 3:00pm

President Obama’s comments at the CBC dinner Saturday evening telling the black community to “stop complaining” were disrespectful and reprehensible. With unemployment in the black community at 16.7 percent, food stamp enrollment up, and our national poverty rate at epic proportion, the people have a constitutional right to redress their grievances to the government. If President Obama believes he is above criticism and reproach for his failed economic policies, then he should either change his policies or step down. Regardless, as a Member of the Congressional Black Caucus, I admonish President Barack Hussein Obama to apologize to America for his callous remarks.

Taken directly from Congressman Allen West Facebook Notes

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