We have pointed out that he received 96 percent of the Black vote in the 2008 Presidential election and that he enjoyed 97 percent approval from Black people in late-July, even with Black people baring the worse brunt of the recession, which is nearing a depression.
Now, Black people have an unemployment rate of more than 15 percent, which is well above the national average, and in some cities the rate is even higher and shows no signs of reversing to a positive growth of job creation that will benefit Black people.
Yet, through the devastation that has been 2009 and the complete lack of job growth and economic recovery, Black people have been remarkably behind the first Black imitation of General Zod from the Superman movies, as they exercise unanimous support in their Mein Obama, or Zod-Obama.
A Gallup poll shows that Black peoples support for General Zod-Obama was slipping in late August to a mere 86 percent, but has since seen a dramatic up-tick to 94 percent of Black people approving of Mein Obama in office. All the while, the national approval rating for Zod-Obama hovers around 50 percent, but who really cares about what white people think anyways?
Besides, the recent swelling of the ranks in favor of Mein Obama for Black people centers around the enormity of the situation that they perceive MARs Attacking could present and the importance of standing behind Obama, even though he is sailing the United States into a sea of corruption and global irrelevance, because he is Black like Black people, far outweighs having a job or a future.
No, General Zod-Obama merely looks down upon his subjects and laughs with indifference toward their complete and utter support, for he understands that he is Black and due to this, will always have Black peoples support (and disingenuous white liberals).
Stuff Black People Don’t Like exists to provide proof that Pre-Obama America is still around and Black people
Always remember what Evan Thomas said of Newsweek said about General Zod-Obama:
“I mean in a way Obama’s standing above the country, above – above the world, he’s sort of God.”
In the Superman movies, General Zod had one enemy, and he fought for “Truth, Justice and the American Way.”
Recall that the American Way that Superman fought for was merely Pre-Obama America and then you will understand that Black people realize that A Real Million March for “Truth, Justice and the American Way” represents ending Mein Zod-Obama’s grip on America, once and for all.