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CBC Chair admits that black people only like Obama because he is black.

Recently members of the congressional black caucus[CBC] railed against Obama during speaking tours. Some said they couldn’t put the pressure on Obama that they really wanted to for fear of angering other blacks.

The the CBC chairman, Rep. Emanuel Cleaver (D-MO), says that if Obama was white the black community would be marching on the White House right now.

Cleaver is the same militant race hustler who fabricated a story about TEA Party members spitting on him and calling him racial slurs. The media widely reported his claim as a fact. Video of the incident show that the claim was a complete lie. After whipping local black supporters into a frenzy of anti-white hatred, a bunch of young black males rampaged through Kansas City, MO attacking and spitting on random white victims.

Cleaver’s comment demonstrate that the CBC, not the TEA Party movement, only see the world from a racial/tribal viewpoint.

From Miami

But the group’s efforts are freighted with political sensitivities, given Obama’s unique role as the first African-American occupant of the White House and the sometimes untethered animosity that his election has triggered.

“If (former President) Bill Clinton had been in the White House and had failed to address this problem, we probably would be marching on the White House,” Cleaver said. “There is a less-volatile reaction in the CBC because nobody wants to do anything that would empower the people who hate the president.”

The black caucus has 43 members who come from nearly two dozen states. Its concerns about black unemployment are not Cleaver’s only frustration these days.

One member of the caucus, Democratic Rep. Andre Carson of Indiana, recently said that tea party members of Congress “would love to see you and me … hanging on a tree.” Another, Democratic Rep. Maxine Waters of California, told a community meeting that the tea party “can go straight to hell.”