Wednesday, December 05, 2012

Racism, yes, but who are the racists?

Victor Davis Hanson can be counted on to elucidate clearly what is happening in American politics and culture. Today he writes at National Review Online on U.N. Ambassador Rice and Benghazi.

We are asked to believe that a multimillionaire African-American woman, who boasts that those who “mess” with her end up badly, is a victim of racism for not being welcomed as a nominee for secretary of state — a position that has not been held by a white male in 15 years — after she went on five television shows the Sunday after the Benghazi attack in an effort to convince Americans of the absurd myth that their ambassador had been killed in the course of a demonstration gone bad, rather than being murdered in a preplanned al-Qaedist hit.

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