Rules for Playing the Race Card


Apparently, the rules are that Bob Herbert may not point to more than one incident of racist political tactics within a given decade.

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  1. Gordon  •  Aug 2, 2008 @8:21 pm

    Wow. That’s amazing. It’s all Obama’s fault for defending himself from Clinton’s attacks.

    I’ve been watching (at a safe distance) the wackjobs at noquarterusa realize that they ain’t gonna pull a rabbit out of the hat in Denver, and most of them seem to be moving into the McCain camp.

    And then there’s the morally pure “progressives” who are saying they won’t vote for anybody.

    I’ve known for a long time that the only unity on the supposed left was being anti-Bush, but it seems a bit premature for it to be flying apart. Can’t we at least win first? Is that too much to ask?

    I need a drink.

  2. Swami  •  Aug 3, 2008 @1:22 pm

    Poor McCain…He’s got to operate his campaign under such tight restrictions ( thanks to you liberals). I bet he longs for the good old days of George Wallace’s freedom of expression in smearing his opponent.It’s not easy having to rely on innuendo when you want to cultivate racial bias.

  3. August J. Pollak  •  Aug 3, 2008 @3:29 pm

    I caught this too. But as you can imagine, Armando’s having another tantrum because someone talked back to him on a website he can’t edit.

    Good job on saying in ten words what I needed ten paragraphs for, BTW :)

  4. RJ Eskow  •  Aug 3, 2008 @11:26 pm

    Well said.

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