Your "...things will work out for the best..." scenario is half the problem. 50 years ago, the 'black community' still believed hard work and consistent churchgoing, was the way to provide a future for their kids, just like our parents did...but their kids looked around 30 years ago, and said "That's bullshit - it's worse now than it was then, and now there are a bunch more of us. Hard work for low pay got our parents nowhere, and it's not getting us anywhere either.""For the past 22 years, I’ve been saying that the problem with black Americans is not white racism — but rather the lack of moral character! Until 50 years ago most black Americans were moral. They had faith in God and treated people the way they wanted to be treated. They believed in the promise of America — that if you worked hard and lived right, things would work out for the best."
He continues his commentary: "In stark contrast, most blacks today are looking for Barack Obama and the federal government to take care of them. Before the civil-rights movement, nobody — not even the president — could have come in as the 'lord and savior' of the black community."
More: "As a result of the man not being the spiritual head, the black community is subject to lies and false saviors. Blacks have been looking for a physical messiah and have forgotten that Christ has already come and made a way for them to be free. Now that Obama has been re-elected, this is the perfect time to re-establish moral clarity. And it is time to rebuild men and families and draw closer to God."
The black community is as full of realists as the white one is.