Tuesday, November 11, 2008

What a post-racial person sounds like: Okay, it's been a week since Obama won the election. I've heard more than enough sentimental speeches by the misty-eyed, but the most sensible comment was made by a black high school kid I overhead eating lunch with his Hispanic buddies: "What do I care if a black man is President now? I think it's wrong, all these black people voting for Obama because he's black. Just like it would be wrong if you voted for a Mexican because he was Mexican."

Out of the mouth of babes.


Anonymous said...

That young Latino obviously needs some re-education! Wonder how he feels about gay marriage?

mnotaro said...

Of course everyone who did not vote for Obama is being considered a racist! Maybe I didn't vote for him because he is not qualified.. maybe I did not vote for him because of his health plan which is going to increase my premium...maybe I did not vote for him because he is a elite socialist and wants to tax hard working people and give it to the unemployed! Is that enough reasons for you? Or do you just think I'm being racist for not voting for the liberal illuminati?

knowitall said...

If people would have said there were voting for McCain because he was white, people would say they were racist. But if African Americans leaned towards the left-wing illuminati, they were not racist towards McCain. Makes no sense.