He's young and inexperienced and he's got a funny name. And did I mention he's black?"
Really? Obama is Black? I hadn't noticed.
Although that does explain why it seems 95% of black voters voted for him. Obama is lucky though, because 95% of the white voters won't vote against him -- after all, whites are generally not as racist as it appears blacks are.
If whites were as racist as Obama says we are, he wouldn't have won the Democratic primary. I'm not sure though how calling us all racists, bigots, and every thing else he called people he doesn't like is supposed to be some new "change" or is supposed to bring us together.
I don't think calling people names is a good way to build up goodwill.
Let's face it -- Obama isn't a change, unless you consider that he is a change from the normal, somewhat qualified candidates that the Democrats choose for President. I guess having lost elections that way, the Democrats have decided to try running a, how did Obama put it, "young and inexperienced" candidate, who "has a funny name".