Wednesday, September 16, 2009

More on Playing the Race Card

It looks like my post yesterday on RAAAAACISM! was well timed. The electrons were hardly dry when the insufferable Jimmy Carter played the race card for all its worth.

I’ll spare my forbearing readers another good rant and instead direct them to erudite comments from none other than Daniel Hannan and the Anchoress.

Also, Jules Crittenden suggests “the moment has arrived for President Obama to start working on his legacy as the first post-racial president” by clearly and emphatically calling for no more of the blanket accusations of racism. I think Crittenden is right in saying Obama faces “a legacy of having the most racially divisive presidency in modern American history” if he does not do so.

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