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Tuesday, March 25, 2008

I had my differences. . .

. . .with the irreplaceable Thomas Sowell during the primaries, and that's never a comfortable place to be. Thankfully, I find my self in agreement with him these days -- especially with regard to the Obama/Wright connection. Here's where he really nails down the piece:
Since all things are the same, except for the differences, and different except for the similarities, it is always possible to make things look similar verbally, however different they are in the real world.

Among the many desperate gambits by defenders of Senator Obama and Jeremiah Wright is to say that Wright's words have a "resonance" in the black community.

There was a time when the Ku Klux Klan's words had a resonance among whites, not only in the South but in other states. Some people joined the KKK in order to advance their political careers. Did that make it OK? Is it all just a matter of whose ox is gored?

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