Now, I am not saying that the President is the Messiah (he is NOT). I am not saying he is the savior of the world (JC already came and is coming back). He is not. I am saying that for those who want to attack and criticize this man for his inexperience, etc. Please understand that no-one gets where President Obama has in his life without the divine intervention of God on his side.
I don’t agree with Rep. Grayson’s remarks any more than I agree with the actions of Rep. Joe Wilson, who could not restrain himself from yelling “You lie!” at the President of the United States of America. But they show that members of Congress are not the mature adults we all deserve working on our behalf in Washington, D.C.
Clair Huxtable came into my life in 1984, my junior year of high school. And from that moment forward, she was a role model for me and all I aspired to be: a wife, a mom, a successful attorney and a well-poised, fabulously dressed, attractive black woman.
If I didn't know any better I would swear that Jimi was talking to his fellow brothers because when one looks objectively and honestly at the sorry statistics that Jimi sites in his piece--the problem is not with the sisters. Sisters are excelling--they are outperforming--they are handling their business in all aspects of their lives except one--in our relationships with our black men. Why is that?