Well I don't know but i have a point wanna say.. I think no..because the problem is not in the president the problem is in the people thoughts and way of thinking..It doesn't matter if the president was black or white, what matter is that it is 2012 and some people are still holding racism. We have here a similar situation and i kind answered your question based on what i think for our problems.
I think it is slowly improving, but I also think that there are people in this country, public figures and groups, that try to incite hate and racism through the language and terminology that they use. A lot of the time if feels like it is one step forward and two steps back. The thing is that racism is ridiculous and people who perpetuate it should be held accountable.
Nope, both sides are as racist as each other but both deny it, after all why are thier white americans and black americans, they all should be americans only.Anyway Obama isn't really black, hes mom is white and hes dad is Kenyan. But both he and hes wife are tv stars too, on tv almost every week, wonder if he will get hes own show.
racism is not all black and white i am a good percentage karook which is american indian but i am so white i am almost clear and native americans hate whites worse then any other culture i have seen a half white half native raised on the reservation is literally taught to hate the white half to the point some disfigure themselves so black and white is one of the smaller issues
I don't. In fact I think in some ways it helps to perpetuate it. Any white person that voices disagreement with his policies and executive decisions is labeled a racist. I think it's wonderful that this nation has elected a black president. I think Dr. King would be proud, and rightfully so. I just wish it had been Colin Powell or Condaleeza Rice.
I think the only thing keeping racism alive is the liberal media. If they would just stop, maybe we could all get along. One person screams racism and then a tidal wave of negativity starts spewing. Don't start none, won't be none