Inaugurating a White President
Four years ago we had a first by the election of a black President.The Tea Party and members of congress, especially those with a Southern drawl were aghast when a skinny black man became president. His first term was a struggle with the opposition party’s determined to make sure he failed as their agenda.
Now that he has been reelected he can govern as his white half. We must remember that his mother was a white woman and he was raised by his grandparents who were both white. He will no longer have to refer to his masters in congress who rebuked every proposal he made. If his proposals weren’t completely vetoed they were watered down by the opposite party. I don’t recall any white president have 100% of the minority party voting against any bill he proposed.
Mitch McConnel and house leaders will have to change their tune in dealing with a President who is now white and not interested in being reelected. John McCain and Lindsey Graham will finally have to admit they lost their campaign against Obama.
The coming four years could be interesting if congress could now relax and work with a president for the welfare of the nation.