Harry Reid's Negro Dialect Strategy

The supernatural ability to accurately divine the meaning behind the public testimonies of their adversaries is the sole intellectual proprietorship of liberals. This is why few conservatives have dared to audibly venture an interpretation of what Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid meant when he suggested that Obama's extraordinary mass appeal was grounded in the fact that he is a "light-skinned" African-American "with no Negro dialect, unless he want[s] to have one". The comment mirrored a similar observation made by Vice-president Biden prior to the presidential election, in which he extolled Obama as an "articulate and bright and clean and nice-looking guy". It also analogously echoed a remark once made by the disorderedly impassioned Howard Dean at a Democratic Black Caucus meeting, where he pejoratively noted that the only way his rivals could get an equal number of "people of color in a single room" would be by inviting the hotel staff to...(Read Full Article)