Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Our first affirmative action president will give us our first affirmative action Attorney General

It looks like Obama will nominate Eric Holder, a relic of the Clinton Justice Department, to be his Attorney General. Well, parents, you should have no difficulty explaining to your children the meaning of "The more things change, the more they stay the same."

After the campaign of faux outrage that attacked racism where it never existed, we have the news that just won't stop bringing up the non-issue of race:
If nominated by Obama and confirmed by the U.S. Senate, Holder, 57, would be the first African-American attorney general. President-elect Obama has made it clear that Holder is his choice to run the Justice Department, transition team officials say, and staff members have been reviewing Holder's background before he receives an official offer.

He served as the first black deputy attorney general, working under then-Attorney General Janet Reno during the Clinton administration.
Whatever happened to that bit about "not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character"? Haven't we had enough of race being brought up in virtually every news article?

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Blogger heavyrebel said...

Thanks you once again for telling the truth. I'm sad to realize in the last several years that everything MLK stood for died in 1968 when he was assassinated. His words are now meaningless to almost all Americans, most certainly the black ones. He is reduced to an enforced token holiday while the victimhood he hated lives on.

I've added your site to my regular reading and really appreciate your thoughts.

Wednesday, November 19, 2008 8:08:00 PM  

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