Inside Higher Ed reported today (this is the entire report):
President Obama announced Wednesday night that he is planning to create a new office to focus on the needs of African-American students at all levels of education, NBC News reported. The office will work with all federal agencies so that “so every child has greater access to a complete and competitive education from the time they’re born to the time, all through the time they get a career,” Obama said in an address to the Urban League.
His teleprompter must not have been working, since he obviously didn’t mean “every child” but “every black child.” And what is the world’s finest orator doing saying “from the time they’re born to the time, all through the time they get a career”?
This announcement raises some obvious questions. First, why stop with “the time they get a career”? Doesn’t the president care what happens to them during the course of their career? What about all the “structural barriers” and “systemic racism” he believes they will continue to encounter.
And what is he, anti-Hispanic and anti-Asian? Don’t Asians and Hispanics deserve “greater access to a complete and competitive education”? I don’t even have to ask what he thinks about poor whites.