Some challenges to Sen. Barack Obama’s potential presidential authority might be considered covertly racist, but here’s one that baldly revels in its ignorance: At last weekend’s Republican state convention in Texas, a vendor booth hosted by Republicanmarket pushed a pin that brought racial politics to the fore in the most blatant and unproductive possible way.
The Dallas Morning News’
“Trail Blazers” blog:
While a number of speakers—such as Railroad Commission chairman Michael Williams and Mike Huckabee—have praised the advance of Barack Obama and what it means towards a colorblind society, at least one vendor hasn’t gotten the message.
At the Republican state convention, a booth hosted by Republicanmarket was selling a pin Saturday that read: If Obama is President ... will we still call it The White House?