Skip to comments.Camelot restored, for one day only
Posted on 01/29/2008 11:48:02 AM PST by JZelle
When it rains, it's sometimes only a drizzle. Barack Obama basked in a drizzle yesterday, but it probably felt like a downpour to Bill Clinton. First he loses South Carolina his surrogate was not just defeated, but trounced and now he learns that he's not America's first black president anymore.
Democrats are counting on the Restoration in November, but it's not yet clear who or what is being restored. If Bill Clinton was once the first black president, Barack Obama would be the new, improved black president. Not too black, not too white, but just right.
We have the word of novelist Toni Morrison, who stunned herself by choosing Mr. Obama over the man she once said is "blacker than any actual black person who could ever be elected in our children's lifetime." But that was then. "I stunned myself when I came to the following conclusion," she said yesterday in a letter to the senator rendered in purple prose, "that in addition to keen intelligence, integrity and a rare authenticity, you exhibit something that has nothing to do with age, experience, race or gender and something I don't see in other candidates. That something is a creative imagination which coupled with brilliance equals wisdom." Or at least smarts.
Teddy Kennedy spoke in an even deeper shade of purple: "Through Barack, I believe we will move beyond the politics of fear and personal destruction and unite our country with the politics of common purpose ... [and] close the book on the old politics of race against race, gender against gender, ethnic group against ethnic group and straight against gay."
(Excerpt) Read more at washingtontimes.com ...
The Anti-Christ? I’m waiting for a worldwide cataclysmic event that appears more real than global weather and the ONE person with THE ANSWER (with religious ties) to come forth.
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