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You're right, but the emphasis is certainly on Obama, isn't it? I don't support him politically because he's in the wrong party (Republicrat), but I can't help but notice the pervasive mentality the MSM has against this guy for no other reason than race. the debate is full of racial overtones directed at him that McCain and Clinton seem to have no problrm with it. So much so, it approaches the level of race-baiting by default and omission.
Their silence is deafening and it serves to perpetuate the whole thing, much to both candidates delight. If Clinton or McCain had any guts or decency, they would attempt to get this election back on track and not sit idly by while the racial divide heads to the deepest and widest it's been for a long time. But that wouldn't be in their interest, would it?
Totally agree with that. This race must NOT be about race. If it devolves into that, we're as good as toast. As a country. We'll not recover for another 30 years.
"All that is required for evil to triumph is for good to do nothing."
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