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One of the big question to arise from President Trump's recent State of the Union address was whether Blacks actually wanted work or not. This might seem like a no-brainer to most normies, along the lines of "Why would anyone want to be a jobless loser living off welfare and begging?" 

But the attitude members of the Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) cast doubt on such an obvious assumption, and suggests that perhaps Black people were in fact happier being unemployed in a relatively rich society where they could still get welfare and handouts, supplemented by occasional petty crime.  

The key point in President's address was when he mentioned his administration's impact on Black unemployment: 
“Since the election, we have created 2.4 million new jobs, including ... including 200,000 new jobs in manufacturing alone. Tremendous number. After years and years of wage stagnation, we are finally seeing rising wages. Unemployment claims have hit a 45-year low. And something I'm very proud of, African-American unemployment stands at the lowest rate ever recorded.”
Instead of jumping out of their seats and wildly applauding, the Black Congressmen sat on their hands and looked glum, with faces more suited to an atheist funeral than the best news the Black community has had since Lincoln freed the slaves.

But, of course, it is only good news if we assume that African-Americans are the same as other Americans and actually want upwardly mobile lives of useful employment. Sadly, the reaction of the Congressional Black Caucus said something quite different. Was film maker D.W. Griffiths right all those years ago when he suggested that Black politicians were not particularly serious about their job?

Black voters who want self respect clearly deserve better than what the Congressional Black Caucus is offering.

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