Georgia’s Governor Race: Black Excellence vs White Mediocrity

Georgia’s 2018 Midterm:

America’s 2018 midterms are shaping up to be one of the most watched and contested elections in political history. Normally, midterms are the elections where citizens fail to take part and often have the lowest voter turnout-sidebar: the 2014 midterms elections had the lowest turnout since 1942. Due to Donald Trump occupying the oval office, his terrible policies along with his crooked administration, millions of people are more politically active and are mobilizing this midterm. However, one of the most watched races this election is the Georgia governor’s race with former Leader and State House Representative Stacey Abrams and current Secretary of State Brian Kemp.

“Both candidates are solid and are equally capable of being governor but giving our current times and Brian Kemp commercial with the pickup truck and pointing gun a teenager, Georgians are in a contest where we are voting between black excellence and white mediocrity.”

Both candidates are solid and are equally capable of being governor but giving our current times and Brian Kemp commercial with the pickup truck and pointing a gun toward a teenager, Georgians are in a contest where we are voting between black excellence and white mediocrity.

What is White Mediocrity?

Recap: in history we learn about how African-American’s invented great products only to be taken by white people. Another way to define white mediocrity, is the over confidence of white guys but their lack luster performance. Currently, we are witnessing how white people are appropriating African-American culture and take credit for products and inventions they did not create. The definition of white mediocrity, a clear example is Donald Trump. Georgia in this midterm election is going through the black excellence versus white mediocrity to elect its next governor. Based on the definition of white mediocrity, Georgians must ask and contemplate if white mediocrity is what they want to run their state.

“Georgia in this midterm election is going through the black excellence versus white mediocrity to elect its next governor. Based on the definition of white mediocrity, Georgians must ask and contemplate if white mediocrity is what they want to run their state.”

What is Black Excellence?

A simplified definition of black excellence is former legitimate President Obama. Under President Obama leadership, our relationship with allies was restored, his policies both domestic and foreign served the people and it understood the future to help make it easier for future generations. Another way to define black excellence is to review the greatness of African-Americans in all areas and industry which promoted African-Americans to greatness. Stacey Abrams is black excellence, she is on track to become the first African-American women Governor and exemplifies what we as black people look up to.

In short, black excellence is about breaking the barriers and the systematic laws and institutions set in place which deprived our ancestors from reaching the top.

“Another way to define black excellence is to review the greatness of African-Americans in all areas and industry which promoted African-Americans to greatness.”

The Decision:

Having white mediocrity lead the state of Georgia is not ideal because we see the ideology and antiquated methods of white mediocrity will send the state backward and the policies will not reflect the future of Georgia. Additionally, white mediocrity is not ideal for Georgia simply because of the economic outlook and when aligned with our current President, white mediocrity will hurt Georgia.

“Sidebar: when it comes to jobs, white mediocrity tends to focus on low-wage, retail, service and warehouse jobs which have been coming into the state under Gov Nathan Deal.”

Sidebar: when it comes to jobs, white mediocrity tends to focus on low-wage, retail, service and warehouse jobs which have been coming into the state under Gov Nathan Deal. Black excellence is relevant for Georgia because it is what we need. When African-Americans are in leadership positions we thrive and understand the needs of the people. In addition, black excellence is the current wave and it’s a wave that is here to stay. For centuries African-Americans have been denied, black balled, undermined from reaching the top due to man-made institutions to limit black people.

In my opinion, black excellence is the right choice for Georgia, women are the best leaders and decision makers.

Sources:

https://www.11alive.com/article/news/local/man-says-brian-kemp-stiffed-him-on-500000-loan/85-563822139

https://medium.com/@jaysonbuford/white-mediocrity-eminem-and-donald-trump-5edd1eaceea


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