"Obama and his people have done everything possible to distance themselves from authentic African social identifiers that unlike the Obama campaign, gallantly articulate a reality White Americans have no idea exists right beneath their proverbial noses. It simply is not allowed in the unwritten rules governing American socio-political discourse or policy. “The immoveable veil of Blackness,” Obama so embarrassingly totes as Eugenically articulated by early colonial American Founding Fathers Thomas Jefferson, Dr. Benjamin Rush and the Dred Scott Decision is something to be pitied, not respected, as it falls far short of an authentic humanity. While Europocentric intellectuals were aware of the inherent “humanity” of the African, they only recognized it partially, not unlike how a breeder strives to define a newly recognised species of dog. So to suggest that Barack Obama is subject to right-wing belittlement and the relentless confirmation of his loyalty to White American interests because he is a “Black” candidate is correct and exact. To imply otherwise is simply American revisionism of the highest order."
You can read the rest of Angryindian's excellent article entitled The Emergence of the Contemporary "New Negro": Barack Obama and the Immaculate-Genocide of the African-American Male here.
I strongly recommend the article. It is a voice of sanity amidst the troublesome liberal nonsense that has bloated Obama to spokesman for change.
In short, the Angryindian has delivered a thorough undressing of the SuperObama myth and the purpose of whiteness that underwrites it.
Thanks to fanpop for the Obama image.