I've been had. Boy, have I been had.
And now I'm getting exactly what I deserve, in the forms of frustration, disillusion, disgust, and humiliation.
take back everything I've said about Barack Obama giving the best
speech since Martin Luther King had a dream. I take back everything I've
said about being glad I voted for Obama in Virginia's primary. I
withdraw, once and for all, every last bit of support for the Democratic
Party I've granted it. I don't like being used, I don't like seeing
others being used, and I don't care what befalls a political party that
manipulates people at a time when most of those people are inclined to
trust that party in doing whatever it can to repair what's been wantonly
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if you want to know why. Not all that long ago, I thought little of
Obama, dismissing him as a corporatist Democrat. His "A More Perfect
Union" speech in Philadelphia impressed me -- at the time. And I started
to give him more and more credence -- the more I heard him talk, the
more I liked him.
On Monday, Jeremiah Wright
went on the Toob with Bill Moyers and said a bunch of things that made
Obama look like a fool for defending him in March. So Obama formally cut
Wright loose. Originally, I thought that Obama had no other choice, and
left it at that. Bad decision.
What I should have done was go
and see what Wright actually said, rather than taking Obama's word
merely because he'd been impressing me almost without fail for several
weeks. Again, go read Floyd and Silber -- they have it right, I got it
all wrong. And to everyone who took my side, I am very sorry for
misleading you so badly.
I have more to say. But right now, I have to unscramble it...