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Barack Obama Gives His Opinion On The Ray Rice Situation But Shouldn’t He Have Kept His Mouth Shut?

by September 9, 2014 10 comments

The Media Whore President!

By: Tommy “Tj” Sotomayor

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Well well well, The white house has issued a statement and is anybody shocked at this?  If you are then you need your a$$ kicked because all the president does is give his opinion on sh*t that doesnt matter.  From Kanye West to the Jersey Shore cast, you can easily get him to say something about something other than what he needs to talk about which is policy, economics, police brutality or whats going on over in the west bank!  These issues arent as important as it is for him to insert himself into the latest social media scandal!

I am really sick of Barack Obama in all honesty!  This guy has done a whole lot of stuff when it comes to being in entertainment but what has he really did as a president?  I am not being funny I really do want to know what he has done?

Also, I am tired of this man talking about what men should do but never saying that about a woman.  Remember when he said black men need to take care of their kids on fathers day but then turned around and said black women are the back bone of black society?  Can not see that this is a bit wrong that this dude says nothing about women and gays?

I dont want to hear about what you think about Micheal Sams and his male lover, I want to hear what you have to say about these men being arrested for not paying child support but the women who have 400 credit scores not being touched?  How do we live in a society where men can be jailed for not paying a bill?  Where women who cant take care of their kids can have more kids and still not be punished for it but men in the same position will be held accountable in some form or fashion?  IM DONE!

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The Ray Rice suspension became such a big story on Monday it even sparked reaction from the White House.

The news of Rice being cut by the Ravens and then indefinitely suspended by the NFL after video surfaced of the running back hitting his then-girlfriend broke during a daily press briefing in Washington.

At the time White House spokesman Josh Earnest responded in a general way to domestic violence but had not had a chance to speak with President Obama about the specific incident.

Later Monday, the White House released a statement attributed to Earnest:

“The President is the father of two daughters. And like any American, he believes that domestic violence is contemptible and unacceptable in a civilized society. Hitting a woman is not something a real man does, and that’s true whether or not an act of violence happens in the public eye, or, far too often, behind closed doors. Stopping domestic violence is something that’s bigger than football – and all of us have a responsibility to put a stop to it.”