In the midst of the presidential election the conversations were heavy, opinions were varied, the television ads were many and some of the political tactics were dirty. The dems were opposed to the republican’s messiness and the republicans were accusatory and blaming the president and democrats for dividing the country.
The politics of this election definitely equaled passion. If you are African-American and/or minority, you are/were automatically expected to support President Barack Obama, if you are African-American and pledged your eternal support for Governor Romney; you were considered an “uncle Tom” or a “sell out“. We heard about such instances and attacks against actress Stacey Dash, when she publicly pledged her support for Gov. Mitt (Willard) Romney via her twitter account.
The election rhetoric, personal attacks and passion of politics is why most people avoid such subjects and keep their personal opinions or “candidates of choice” to themselves. I on the other hand, know where to have such “Conversations” and was never afraid to say I’ve supported President Barack Obama, NOT because he was black/African-American but because I felt he was no stranger to the struggle. And just like I’ve stated publicly my support for the president, I’ve also made it known publicly when I’ve disagreed with his decisions.
Join me Thursday November 8th, at 8:00 PM on “Conversations Of A Sistah” where my guest will be Mr. Cyrus Webb, President of “Conversations Media Group”, host of “Conversations LIVE radio show” and Executive Producer of “Conversations Of A Sistah”; as we delve into the results of election 2012.
Mr. Webb is not only brilliant but his political views on this presidential election and who he supported will truly shock and amaze you. Mr. Webb never side with the norm, nor does he believe in supporting a leader just because he’s African-American. 🙂 There’s a “PRO” and a “CON” on this issue, so be sure to tune in on Thursday and find out why?
As always you can access the show HERE, sound off about Thursday’s subject here on this blog; or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to have your questions and opinions mentioned, and/or answered on the air.
Can’t wait but this won’t be a debate!