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“A nation of cowards?” I don’t buy it. (via The Confluence)

A fantastic post…this statement below is the best…and is exactly what I felt during that Primary Campaign.

I’m one of eighteen million people in this country who didn’t support Barack Obama and who was called a racist because I wanted a different candidate to win the Democratic nomination. I saw my chosen candidate win primaries in most of the large, traditionally Democratic states and still lose the support of superdelegates to a candidate who won a series of undemocratic caucuses and then be pushed over the top by votes stolen from my candidate. (And he only won because of the superdelegates). I saw my candidate humiliated at the Democratic Convention–not even granted the traditional roll call vote.

So if you actually clicked the link to my blog, take the time to read the article below from BostonBoomer, it is truly fantastic!

"A nation of cowards?" I don't buy it. I came across this brief opinion piece last night, and I’m still annoyed by it: “A Nation of Cowards.” by Jamelle Bouie. It’s about the race-related events of the past couple of weeks. Bouie begins with this: I don’t think it’s an exaggeration to say that we’ve seen a steady drumbeat of racial “incidents” over the last week or so. It began when NAACP … Read More

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