Jeanette, I’m almost afraid to comment for fear of giving this piece more importance than it deserves. Do you think two comments add credibility to the article?
I just couldn’t let your comment about “especially if a black man is involved” pass without comment. I’m curious about why opposition to an incompetent, black, narcissistic, a**hole is suggestive of racism? That’s the implied criticism, right? You seem to be suggesting that criticism is racist because a black man is president.
Please help me here Jeanette, you are suggesting that we elected a black man president, but we’re racist? I’m confused about where you’re headed with your comment.
Your dig at FNC, strikes me as giving Fox News way too much credit for the situation that Obama finds himself in. Seems more probable to me that Obama’s own conduct is the actual source of his problems.
Further, It would seem to me that there must be better reference sources than a drug impaired Hollywood-type named “Aaron Sorkin.” And, using a make believe Hollywood story to bolster an argument might not lead to your desired creditability.
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