EDITORIAL: Harry Reid and Tim Kaine at the Cracker Barrel

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I cain’t believe all the fuss that’s been kicked up over what I said about th’ president not bein’ like a reg’lar Negro.

Nope.

Lawks a mercy, I was complimentin’ the man.

Clearly.

Billy Bob said a few years back he’d be the one fetchin’ the coffee; I don’t see people getting’ so danged riled up about that.

Nope.

That’s way worse’n what I said.

Clearly.

I said he had no Negro dialect. NO dialect. None.

Yep.

He ain’t like them other Negroes.

Nope.

People can understand what he’s sayin’.

Sure can.

Unless he wanted to talk like a Negro, of course.

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