Tell me is ain't so Barack!
Original post made by Sean, Stanford, on Mar 20, 2008
I loved Barack. He took it over the barriers of race and biogtry. I thought he was the new hope for this country. I saw, and felt, his hope.
However, he just sat there while he heard his pastor spew hate. He seemed to say that his grandmother is, somehow, equal to that black bigot. She may be a bigot, but she had no public forum. No comparison.
I defended Barack, among my friends, when his wife made unwise remarks about America. I now feel like a fool.
I am depressed.
I can't believe that McCain now has a chance in California.
Tell me it ain't so.
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