Using the logic of the blacks (and many whites) voting for Obama (we're voting for him because he's black), white people should vote for any white candidate. Indeed when Obama's approval rating was fluttering through the 30's, it still held solid at 92% amongst black people. Much thought is given and discourse is dedicated to the "black vote", or strategies for how a given party can increase their share of the "latino vote". These groups vote based purely on perceived self interest, and no one faults them for doing so. They have ethnic lobbies which advise on which candidate to vote for based on a very specific view: "what's in it for us"? Blacks ask "what's in it for the blacks?" Latinos ask "what's in it for the Latinos?" They try to determine which candidate will most act in their group interests then collectively vote for them, and no one ever faults them for organizing as a group and pursuing political interests. And yet for some reason, in a nation built almost entirely by white people, there is little discourse amongst whites about white political organization, or white political interests, or "what's in it for the whites". What do YOU think is in the best political interest of white people? What do you think white people should look for in a candidate? Who would be most likely to act in the interests of white people?