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Textbook Tells Fourth Graders ‘White Voters’ Were Unlikely To Support Black President

by Mikael Thalen, Story Leak:

Children at Bluffview Elementary who have been assigned to read the book, entitled “Barack Obama,” published by Lerner Publications and a part of Scholastic’s “Reading Counts” program, were informed on page 40 that despite Obama being a “nice fellow,” many allegedly believed that no white American would vote for him in 2008 based solely on the color of his skin.

“But some people said Americans weren’t ready for that much change. Sure Barack was a nice fellow, they said. But white voters would never vote for a black president,” the book reads.

The book, approved for children as young as seven years old, also goes on to specifically mention controversial comments made by President Obama’s former pastor Jeremiah Wright, while also claiming that the president has worked to bring whites and blacks together.

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2 comments to Textbook Tells Fourth Graders ‘White Voters’ Were Unlikely To Support Black President

  • Hoser

    I’m white and I sure didn’t support this commi-mutha-fucka!

  • ED

    I voted for Obama and my whole family voted for him in 2008 and we are white and were Democrats.(Now I am awake with no party affiliation)We were so sick of Bush at the time and we figured Obama would be ten times better.Haha boy were we wrong,he is 1000 times worse.Anyway this has nothing to do with his skin color and everything to do with the horrible job performance.If this was about race first of all he would have never won in the first place and also his approval rating (Poll) is the lowest since Carter and I would bet many if not most of those people polled voted for this lying fool.The only good thing Obama has done is wake me up to this corrupt government and system.

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