As Chicago goes to the polls to demonstrate (or not) loyalty to the Machine, even the Wall Street Journal editorial board seems to have taken notice that there is a change in attitudes and actions looming.
. . . four black activists in Chicago question whether black political leaders, from Mr. Obama down, are addressing the genuine needs of their community. “There’s a black-on-black crime down in city hall, there’s a black-on-black crime down in all the state capitols in America, where black folks are voting against our interests,” says one man while standing in front of a Cook County prison. Another man questions President Obama’s efforts to lift the minimum wage: “We don’t have any jobs. A minimum-wage raise for what?”
The awakening is beginning, led by these four courageous men. If you have Blaze TV, watch them shine on yesterday’s Dana Show. Amen and amen.