Yesterday, the White House began soliciting questions from Native American youth for him to address as this year’sWhite House Tribal Nations Conference. Via Twitter, those with questions for the president could direct them to his attention with the #GenIAsksObama hashtag GenI being short for Generation Indigenous.
Good question. Jeremiah Wright, Bill Ayers, etc.
President Obama began the conference with prepared statements and thenhad a sit-down chat with a handful of tribal representatives. First, though, he adopted his new tribal name, President Barack Black Eagle.
Ah, we can see why the name change was necessary.
Rest assured, the EPA is working on it.
President Obama did manage to work in his own pet issues of climate change and athletics teams with stereotypical names and mascots, a matter of concern he shares with Adidas.
Here’s a strictly optional exercise for those working suffering from insomnia: Watch a portion of President Obama’s” worth watching” conversation and be glad he relies on the teleprompter as much as he does.
Now you know what he entailed where reference is said many of the young people he’smet have gone through more than anybody should have to experience in a lifetime.