That debate tonight was what we call in gambling circles, a push. OK I will give a slight edge to the "O" man.
But as usual, I have a few things on my mind: First, is that Louis Farrakhan I see peeping out from under that bus? I wonder if he got the license plate of the bus that hit him? I think that plate starts with an O Minister.
And congrats to Mr. Straight Talk for denouncing that Nazi right wing nut job who introduced him today (Talk about one flew over the cuckoos nest). Bill Cunningham kept referring to the "O" man as Hussein (his middle name) and watching him you just kept thinking that he was going to drop the "n" word at any minute. And who was that house Negro in the ugly ass suit behind him? If someone can get me that Negro's name and his picture I will make him HN of the day for a month.
"I take responsibility and I repudiate what he said." Anything else Mr. Morton (That's because he is always salty) "I will not tolerate anything in this campaign that denigrates either Senator Obama or Senator Clinton." Wow! The high road huh? Let's hope you can stay up there Mr. Morton.
Finally, I would like to thank "admiral komack" for making me think of something today. His comments from the Politico article after my last post made me wonder: Why is it that republicans have to actually have polling groups to learn how to speak to black sensibilities? I mean seriously, they are actually sending out talking points and secretly planning how to attack the "O" man without coming off as racist. Hmmmm, let me see now; so you can't say what you really feel because you are afraid you might be perceived as racist? Instead, you unite around talking points on how to attack your African American opponent without appearing to be racist? Does anyone else see anything wrong with that picture? Or is it just me?
Here is a suggestion: Why don't you just treat the "O" man like any other candidate and attack him on the issues like you would a white candidate? I know I know, you can't do that because you just can't get past the fact that he is black. Geez!
And republicans wonder why they can't get more than 15% of the African American vote.