“I always was aware of politics. I loved the Reagan days. I remember, during Reagan, everybody was so happy. There was so much money everywhere. That’s what I remember, as far as the adults were concerned,” she chuckled. “There were no problems. People weren’t fighting as much, as far as parents, and uncles, and aunts. People just had money.” “I remember being aware of those things, but as far as being involved, it was on the outside. But when a black man ran for president, I thought, ‘Oh, my God, this is fantastic! A black president! Finally! We’re done! Racial issues are over; it’s gone. Yes!’” she recalled. “Let’s vote for a black president, and if he wins – and he did; he won! And I thought, ‘Praise Jesus! My God, we’re going to have a country that’s united in such a profound way. It’s going to be wonderful.’” “But what did he do?” she asked. “Instead, he divided us more than I’ve ever seen in my lifetime. I think, more than the civil rights movement.” Dash said that “bailouts, entitlements, and Obamacare” made her realize Obama was not whom she hoped he would be. When her boyfriend at the time helped her realize she was living under a socialist regime, her moment of true political awareness arrived: “Hell, no! That’s not America. We’re not socialists!” Stacy Dash tells us the truth that our failure of a president who is known as the great divider, may of put us in a worse time than the civil rights movement of the 60's. From the 70's until Obama relationships among whites, blacks, latinos, and asians evolved in a major way, but since Obama has been president especially this pass couple years has created all that unison to be destroyed. Liberal politics of the Obama administration has turned these relationships among the people back to pre civil right movement years. Hell president Obama even invited the black version of the KKK in Black Lives Matter to the White House. Just like Stacy Dash thinks, we should basically blame all divisions among Americans as of late on the Obama administration. Barack Obama is the greatest divide and conquer leader the world has ever possilby seen.