Sterling Ambivalence (sterlingnorth) wrote,
Sterling Ambivalence

Strom Thurmond was simply reaching out to the black community when he fathered Essie Mae Washington

I never knew the Washington Post politics team could write humor. Oh sure, they publish Dave Barry every week in the magazine, and they have a weekly contest were readers submit their own humor, but the front page typically remains a shrine to, well an odd mix of delusion and deception that fogs everyone inside the beltway. Which probably explains this article, where the Republican Party thinks they have a hope of convincing 25% of black voters to vote GOP.

(Oh this journal's going to look ugly when I get home to finish this post in Mozilla... I'm keeping the 16 word title)
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