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Re: “Taking Our Best Shot

Clinton adviser Howard Wolfson said. "As for Obama's use of the "typical white person" phrase, "I don't know what he meant by that”. My question to him is: how would he express such a thought in his own words? Or would he prefer to take the politically correct route and say that there is no such thing as a "typical white or black person thinking"? We need to deal with this issue of race, and no one thus far has done a better job at bringing it to the forefront of our minds than Barrack Obama. The rest have simply tried to score political points of it. Which is what Mr. Wolfson is trying to do by portraying Mr. Obama as racist black man for simply stating that we have our own built in mindsets and internal prejudices that keeps us apart. Let's not forget that it was the Clinton campaign that tried to bring race into the mix first with Bill Clinton and then for trying to divide us into racial camps by commenting over and over that Hispanics will not vote for a black candidate. It's called divide and conquer and nobody is better at it than the Clintons. CNN's Roland Martin checked out the reverend Wright's sermon and found not only that he was quoted out of context, but a deliberate act of character assassination by the person who produced this edited video to make it sound as if the reverrend was making inflamatory remarks when he in fact was quoting the words of a former US ambassador to Iraq. http://ac360.blogs.cnn.com/2008/03/21/the-full-story-behind-rev-jeremiah-wrights-911-sermon/ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QOdlnzkeoyQ&feature=related

Posted by Jules on 03/23/2008 at 8:56 AM

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