And, as this guy writes:
... any Republican Senate Majority Leader who started musing on such matters would be dark-skinned toast in nothing flat.
... You can talk about how light-skinned and clean the Negro is and that's perfectly okay as long as you support the president's policies or (as Mr. Obama put it in his acceptance of Reid's apology) "social justice." But, if you go along to a town-hall meeting and say you oppose the health-care bill because you're very concerned at what you hear about waiting times for MRIs in Canada, you're obviously a knuckledragging racist who's itching to string that uppity Negro from the nearest tree.
... Hmm. This proves once and for all that Bill Clinton was the first black president because I opposed Hillarycare, too.