It's time for Obama to make the second-best speech about race, evah!
Hey, Mr. Unity, when are you going to step up and say something like this...?
Even as she continues her longshot presidential bid, Hillary Rodham Clinton faces a political rift in New York, where black leaders say her standing has dropped due to racially charged comments by her and her husband during the campaign.
African American elected officials and clerics based in New York City say Clinton will need to defuse resentment over the campaign's racial overtones if she returns to New York as U.S. senator.
Maybe, just maybe, there's a bit of "identity politics" going on when we're hearing this kind of talk, from state assemblyman Michael Benjamin?
It's not wise for them to challenge a black Democrat for governor.
Obviously, it wasn't wise for her to challenge a black Democrat for president either, since it magically transformed her from a respected champion of equality into Hitlery Kkklanton.
Just think, future generations will marvel at how much hopeful, uniting change Obama accomplished even before he ascended to the White House... and beyond!