Nothing is better as a result of Obama as president. Race riots in the Midwest last year brought the country back down to the 1990s, and 1960s. Blacks should be happy that the US twice elected a black president, but they were not. Instead that apparently embolden them to go in for the kill. After the seeming success of the lgbt, the blacks took a turn at trying their luck. Unfortunately, they protest with more third world type of violence, compared to the more sophisticated protests of the lgbt.
If history is a judge, then race relations to be improved, then the race has to show less violence and more progress. That is my opinion.
Worse. There wouldn't be any of this Black Lives Matter bullsh!t or Anti-police crap going on. Not to mention our borders might still be secure.
Worse. You have Black Lives Matter and other ethnic interest groups openly calling for segregation of whites from the darker peoples for the comfort and so called safety of those groups. They can post hash tags kill all white men and harass whites in "black brunches" and anyone who complains is called racist. When blacks attack whites in the knock out game and polar bear hunting, committing assault and occasionally killing people with racial profiling of victims, and they are rarely pursued for it, you have essentially reversed the racial oppression of the 1920s in the name of fairness.
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