At the end of the day, what an Obama Administration means is the systematic skewing of government activity in an anti-white direction. Two good examples are to hand:
Dispute over New Black Panthers case causes deep divisions By Jerry Markon and Krissah Thompson, The Washington Post Friday, October 22, 2010 deals with next week's report from the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights on the Holder Justice Department's refusal to pursue action against the Philadelphia New Black Panthers for their 2008 voter intimidation activity. Digging around has convinced even the Washington Post's reporters that
some officials from the Obama administration, which took office vowing to reinvigorate civil rights enforcement, thought the agency should focus primarily on cases filed on behalf of minorities.
They discovered that efforts to advance a parallel action, the Brown case, described as
...the first time the 1965 Voting Rights Act was used against minorities and to protect whites.
...bitter divisions in the voting section and opposition from civil rights groups. Three Justice Department lawyers...described the same tensions, among career lawyers as well as political appointees. Employees who worked on the Brown case were harassed by colleagues, they said, and...said one lawyer, 'There are career people who feel strongly that it is not the voting section's job to protect white voters'...
The 2008 Election Day video of the Panthers triggered a similar reaction, said a second lawyer. 'People were dismissing it, saying it's not a big deal. They said we shouldn't be pursuing that case.'
Ultimately after the Black Panther case was shelved:
A new supervisor, Julie Fernandes, arrived to oversee the voting section. She told attorneys at a September 2009 lunch that the Obama administration was interested in filing cases - under a key voting rights section - only on behalf of minorities.
An additional example is Federale's new post Another Aspect Of The Obama Amnesty Friday, October 22,2010
an amnesty based on political pressure on...U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) to approve benefits for aliens who do not qualify for those benefits. The whole of USCIS is organized to serve aliens rather than protect the United States and enforce the laws of the United States as they are written.
Federale notes Iowa's Senator Chuck Grassley's October 15 Press Release says he
...today asked the Secretary of Homeland Security and the Inspector General who oversees the U.S. Department of Homeland Security to address evidence from statements made by immigration officers that senior U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services leaders are putting pressure on employees to approve more visa applications, even if the applications might be fraudulent or the applicant is ineligible.
Grassley first brought attention to this issue in a letter to U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services Director Alejandro Mayorkas in September. Since then, additional agency insiders have provided new information suggesting that the director is responsible for fostering an environment in the California Service Center that encourages the approval of as many applications as possible, regardless of eligibility or potential fraud.
Federale quotes from Grassley's letter of complaint to Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano
Director Mayorkas became visibly agitated when advised that the employees were interested in learning more about fraud detection efforts. Mayorkas asked, 'Why would you be focusing on that instead of approvals?' One witness stated that 'his message was offensive to a lot of officers who are trained to detect fraud.'
Here we have it, direct from employees at USCIS, there is a policy of approving benefits for ineligible aliens in violation of the law.
Angry White Dude is right