Along with yesterday’s bhTV diavlog between Bob Wright and Mickey Kaus—as good an example of mainstream fractiousness on race in America as one will find anywhere—here’s an excellent discussion. Period.
I neglected to add yesterday—admittedly I have a personal reason to care, but that’s not the limit of my angle. There’s no hope for Native Americans, Asian-Americans, or Hispanic Americans in America if African-Americans, like Barack Obama, cannot peacefully and constructively mold what "We, the People" means in America. It’s more than whites, the 50.1% who bother to vote every election, or the media. It’s always changing.