"When, in 1975, Frank Robinson became major league baseball's first African American manager, with the Cleveland Indians, that was an important milestone. But an even more important one came two years later, when the Indians fired him. That was real equality: Losing one's job is part of the job description of major league managers, because sacking the manager is one of the few changes a floundering team can make immediately. So, in a sense, Robinson had not really arrived until he was told to leave. Then he was just like hundreds of managers before him."Newt Gingrich’s “Food Stamp-President” quip and Donald Trump’s birth certificate obsession shows just how despicable the right-wingers are as they desperately try to get the Black guy out of the White House. Many right-wingers will try to divide the country with bigotry and racism in an effort to win elections; hopefully the majority of the American people will reject them by re-electing President Obama, if not then the unpatriotic racist will have won.