Thursday, December 31, 2009
I would hesitate to use the "worker" to describe the person who forwarded the email. If there is any "bright" spot in this, it is that the offence took place in Colorado, a state that Obama carried in 2008, and not in one of the southern red states. It shows that racial stereotypes are not the sole property of the South. Of course, if this had happened here in my home state of South Carolina, not only would no one be surprised, but there probably wouldn't have been enough outrage for it make the news. Despite protestations to the contrary, I would posit that most of the opposition to the President's "policies" are race-based. Nothing goes better with a Tea Party than white bread.
Read the Article at HuffingtonPost