The reason for injecting race into this discussion is that whites don't support Obama to the tune of 98%. Any departure from the plantation is unusual enough to be noteworthy.
You might not appreciate the terrific pressure we live under; despite a lifetime of effort to help them overcome the propaganda, my own kids have grown up to support the dems. That a child half their age is able to see through the fog is heartwarming to me.
The reality is that the majority of youth do support Obama. Or at least did in the 2008 election cycle. I also knew a lot of white adults that supported him in that election. Numbers suggest those numbers have dwindled, and people I personally know who voted Obama last time and still supporting him have declined. I still think that number of 98% was derived from some left-wingnut and has no basis in reality.
That was the reason I struck the black. It wasn't a PC thing.
Of course you cannot ignore the reality that she is black, due to the fact that support for Obama from blacks probably was around 98%, simply because Obama shares their ethnicity.
You also have to acknowledge and admire the bravery she exhibited as she probably has faced hateful comments and possibly even received death threats from speaking her opinion.
It is also heartwarming the role her parents obviously had in helping her see the reality of Obama and the effects his policies have on not only Americans but humanity around the world. I know many whites who cannot make their children see Obama for what he truly is, and for that matter, the Democrat Party. They are doing their very best to destroy the priniples of capitalism, the greatest engine of wealth creation resulting in greater freedom.