The South may have some leaders who are black, but the majority are still poor and still intimidated and tossed off as "an undisciplined minority with an unrealistic sense of entitlement." The leaders who were sacrificed for the cause? JFK? revisionists have gutted him, RFK? same same. MLK? A man who should be respected on par with Ghandi. Hell, they can't even honor him suitably. I'll wager that nutty old Ronald Reagan is more respected than Dr. King. Why? Because this country stinks of a system that is rotten beyond the core and its people must awake to the fact of the matter and rip out the corruption and rebuild the whole concept. As it stands now, too few have too much, but an uncomfortably large amount of idiots have enough and that doesn't bode well for a revolution or a Black President. Someone would kill the poor man on the mistaken premise that he would reinstitute "The Reconstruction."
You may think that this little bit has just been an excuse to use the naughty "N" Word. Well you are wrong. It makes me tearfully sad that Mr. Obama can't be our president. I know that's not the best way to put it, but I've just used a really bad word and I am not happy about it. I'm keeping it in here thought because it is truly the way Senator Obama will be discussed in some mighty high and terribly influential precincts where words like "Heritage" and "Glorious Cause" are oaths as binding as anything sworn to in the (now) not so secret societies that exist in the power factories of The Ivy League. Damn, wasn't all this stuff supposed to be cleaned up by a "Hard Rain" Are we rolling Bob? Little help here...brother.