The Real Fairy-Tale

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  1. carpro

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    A fun read!! :thumbs:

    http://www.humanevents.com/article.php?id=24600

    The Real Fairy-Tale
    by Monica Crowley
    Posted: 01/23/2008 Print This

    Once upon a time, there was a Mythical First Black President who held court with his white Wife. They lorded over the land, until he was impeached and she bolted for the world's greatest deliberative body.

    Today, the Mythical First Black President is trying to help the Wife beat the Candidate who could be the Actual First Black President.

    The Wife launched the first racial salvo, when she suggested that all Martin Luther King, Jr. did for civil rights was to "make speeches." To reinforce the point, she said, "It took a president (Lyndon Johnson) to get it done." Meaning: it was swell that King made some speeches and stuff, but it took the white guy in power to make it happen.

    The Mythical First Black President then disrupted his welcome in Black Presidentville with a cranky tantrum: the campaign of the Candidate was "the biggest fairy tale" he'd ever seen.
     
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    Carpro,
    Do ya think ol' Bill is just jealous that Obama is a better speaker.
     
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    I think he's more afraid he won't get back to the center of power. His actions are almost acts of desperation. It's still early and he's already in a perpetual snit over something.

    OTLS Interns are still young and mostly female, aren't they?
     
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    I think enough time has passed that a lot of folks no longer remember that youthful zeal and appeal that Bill used to have, these days he comes across as just a cranky old man which doesn't go well with a wife who is as equally cranky or more so.
     

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