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Spike Lee talks Obama

If Barack Obama becomes the next president of the United States, Spike Lee says he's got eight years of 'mess' to clean up. Still, Lee thinks the black community may be expecting too much from the potential president, and advises everyone to keep their expectations realistic. In this clip from the weekly Our World with Black Enterprise series, host Ed Gordon speaks politics with the forever forthright Lee.
September 26, 2008

If Barack Obama becomes the next president of the United States, Spike Lee says he’s got eight years of ‘mess’ to clean up. Still, Lee thinks the black community may be expecting too much from the potential president, and advises everyone to keep their expectations realistic. In this clip from the weekly Our World with Black Enterprise series, host Ed Gordon speaks politics with the forever forthright Lee.

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