Thursday, July 10, 2008

Jackson disses Obama

Via Gateway Pundit:

Barack Obama is "talking down to black people . . . I want to cut his nuts off," says Jesse Jackson. The Reverend attempts to explain this to CNN's Wolf Blitzer:
The appeal in black America is record levels of unemployment, home foreclosure crisis, records of murders, and all kind of reprehensible actions for black America. A million blacks are in jail even as we talk today and 900,000 young black men. . . .
Each time he gives one of these message at a black church, it appears to be targeted and the media takes it and runs with it as a solution to a structural crisis -- you know -- his moral behavior.
I have no idea what that means, and I don't think Jackson does, either. He's just making noise -- "a tale told by an idiot, full of sound and fury, signifying nothing." It is unlikely Jackson's latest idiocy will have any impact on the campaign. Although evidence of a rift between him and Obama is interesting, I can't see Jackson swaying any large number of voters against Obama.

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