CHARLOTTE, NC - Day one of the Democratic National Convention was a tale of two events. Throughout the early evening session -- prior to the major primetime hour -- the proceedings featured angry attacks on Mitt Romney and Republicans, an unshakeable fixation on trivial, minor issues (other than jobs and the economy), and a disquieting, heavy emphasis on abortion and divisive social issues. Especially unpleasant were the patriotism-questioning shout-fest from former Ohio Gov. Ted Strickland ("If Mitt Romney were Santa, he'd fire the Reindeer and outsource the elves!") and the pro-abortion screed from the president of NARAL, a hardcore pro-abortion...
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Yeah, like good old Darth Vader saying, "If you're not with me, then you're my enemy". Well racism is on the point of being devalued to a hollow threat, which is pretty pathetic, given that now, "Agree with me if you don't want to be called racist", or run the deficit higher than Bush on a bad year, or you're racist". But rather than list your false, and hollow threats, allow me to give you my own statement: A person who can't think of more than "racism" in their personal attacks is an idiot. The card's expired, in case you didn't know.
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