Racial Sentiments up 112% since Obama's Inauguration

Funny story written by Yossi Gestetner

Wednesday, 23 September 2009

New York - Despite all racial barriers that were broken down through the years here in the United States, the sad fact remains that racial sentiments is still a factor in America, and has increased with a frightening 112% since the first week of President Obama taking the oath of office.

We all heard recently that race plays a role in the fact that "some" people do not like the work of President Obama. Former President Clinton and President Obama himself both claimed in recent days that "some" critics are racially motivated. Considering that none of the two leaders gave a specific number what percentage of critics are racial-based, let us say that just 5% (one twentieth) of Obama critics fit this mold.

Going with this thinking, yossigestetner.com reviewed the President's Job Approval Index comprised by Rasmussen, which calculates the percentage of people strongly approving vs. those strongly disapproving of the President's work. On January 24, after three full days in office, only eighteen percent strongly disapproved of Obama's work. However today, September 23, the number is up to 38%, an increase of 112%. In other words, racial sentiment also increased by 112%, because it is impossible to think that anything but race plays a role to "some" of Obama critics, and since the amount of Obama critics increased by 112%, we must conclude that the "some" class also increased, likely by the same 112%.

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