Subject: Hillary's race card
Bart: Thanks for the laughs and insights over
the years. I feel that when Hillary threw the sink at Obama
part of it hit me. Remember that sinking, lonely
feeling you felt when you realized that a considerable portion
of our country had no problem with pre-emptive
war, torture and the destruction of our constitution as national policy?
Well I get that same feeling when the Clinton
campaign uses race as an issue in her race for the nomination.
I feel they are pushing race relations back to
Her surrogates sounded exactly like George Wallace
I've asked, probably fewer than 100 times, what
"racist" things the Clintons have said and I've yet to hear
an answer that I felt rang true. The answer
usually is, "You know what Clinton meant
Maybe you're the guy who can straighten me out?
This was clearly unexpected on my part, since
this part of the Clinton's nature had never been apparent before.
Bill was actually considered by The African American
community the first black president. This is what I Iiked
about Bill, his inclusiveness and his sanity.
Was it just an act?
Have you been listening to Big Eddie or Randi?
Or maybe you're favorite TV guys are Chris Matthews
If so, that might explain all this "racism" you've
been seeing and hearing.
I sure wish you were the guy who could straighten
Pretty much every waking hour I have not at work
is spent on blogs such as yours, canvassing, marching,
vigiling and organizing to change things in this
country. Hillary tells me my state doesn't count in the nomination process.
That's hard to address since you haven't mentioned
what state you're in.
Assuming you're from MI or FL, you might
be confused over which
candidate decided that your vote didn't count.
Democratic activists don't count as voters. Move-on
doesn't count, despite the fact
that it was created to support her husband. Maybe
Obama is right, we do need change.
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