Also, Democrats were the party in power in "Selma."

"I think the vote for the attorney general is a vote for the attorney general," said South Carolina Senator Tim Scott, the upper house's only black Republican. "One beautiful thing that history has taught us is that we want to judge people by the content of their character and not the color of their skin. So for this to somehow be a racial conversation seems to be wrong -- this is a conversation about competence, and qualifications. This is a question about who's best to serve our country. Whether that's in May or Christmas time, it's important for us to move forward and do the right thing."
I mean, maybe it's a minor point.

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Assistant Village Idiot said...

This is precisely where we differ with an unfortunately numerous group of fellow-citizens. While they give lip-service to the marketplace of ideas, reason, intellectual dissent, and colorblindness, they mean the exact opposite.

I believe this is why they can no longer endure to acknowledge even small, obvious errors. They know it is a house of cards.