You deserve better from your supporters. This image, currently gracing the top of No Quarter, should not be representative of your campaign. I know you're trying to make hay of Obama's comments, and while I disagree with your assessment of them, being a person who grew up in that environment and feeling plenty of bitterness at my government, I don't think it's wrong for you to try to get some momentum out of it. Politics is a bloodsport after all.
But this image is wrong. It is racist and it is wrong. Why would the person who made this image choose that motto if not to remind people of "it's a black thing, you wouldn't understand"? Why not just write on the bottom "He's black, and he thinks he's better than you white people!"? Because that's what the person who made this image is saying here, without question, that not only is Obama a snob (which is inaccurate and insulting on its face), but that he's an uppity black man who's forgotten his place. And I know that, whatever differences I may have with Hillary Clinton, she doesn't believe that. And neither do most of her supporters.
But it seems Larry Johnson does believe that, based on some of his recent posts, and he's unapologetic about it as well. And Senator, you deserve better supporters than that, because if you do win the nomination because of stuff like this image, you will lose, because there are a lot of people who will not vote for a person who countenances this sort of racism in a campaign.
Edit: I just realized that the author of the post where the above image appeared was Bud White, not Larry Johnson. Johnson owns the site, and as such, still bears some responsibility for the above slur, but did not author the post in question. I should have been more careful in the original post.