I was never a fan because I don't like when journalists interject their opinions. I don't listen to most radio or tv personalities for precisely this reason but... this is worth every second.
Removing myself from my belief about journalistic integrity requiring distance from things of this nature, despite the disclaimer, as a human being, I think he did what was right. To insinuate some sort of backhanded affirmative action is not only ludicrous and offensive, it's the same sort of thing that has been going on for too many months in the Billary campaign and needs to end yesterday. I'm sick of it. Attack his credentials, not his race.
And seriously, it doesn't take the Speaker of the House to know these two will NEVER be on the same ticket. I could've told you that long before this week. She's just been writing checks her behind won't want to cash. (Too southern?) It's past time for my fellow North Carolinian to step up and throw his support behind the right candidate before it's too late.
You can fake fight for the black vote all you want. I'm not buying it and neither are a lot of other people. I can't believe you had this many black faces show up while you apologized again. Your recent actions are why there are so many people who would rather see a Repub in the White House than you. If you win this nomination (which would have to involve some underhanded combination of adding FL and MI back in and the support of superdelegates (one superdel down btw)), you are making it impossible for any self-respecting black person support you. We all know where I stand.