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    Jive Talk Express
    Race; Posted on: 2008-04-30 13:10:11 [ Printer friendly / Instant flyer ]
    Barack: Not the picture of a clueless naif.

    Barack Obama looked pale and wan at what he called his "big press conference" about the Rev. Jeremiah Wright on Tuesday afternoon. Numb. Chastened. Defeated.

    Who knew that the greatest threat to his presidential campaign would come from the preacher who married him, baptized him and prayed with him? Obama should've known - that's who.

    "Yes, we can"? Try: Yes, you should have.

    For the last 24 hours, Obama's campaign grappled with how to handle the aftermath of Wright's whirlwind tour of hatred this weekend - from Dallas, where he decried his "public crucifixion," to Detroit, where he entertained NAACP bigwigs with impersonations of white people, mockeries of classical music and "white" marching bands, to the National Press Club, where he preened, strutted and head-wagged his way through an hour of bitter black liberation theologizing.

    At first, Obama downplayed Wright's public appearances. Now he tells us he had to wait 24 hours to denounce Wright's National Press Club speech because he "hadn't seen it." After all this time on the campaign trail, we're back to the Obama-as-clueless-naif narrative again.

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