The Content of Character

In a recently published book, Game Change, Sen. Harry Reid was quoted as saying that Obama was “light-skinned” and “had no negro dialect unless he wanted to have one.” The problem isn’t really in what he said – partly because it is true – but more in that it offers an opening as to the content of character which is Harry Reid and the party he belongs to.

While racial politics is a complex issue, on a recent episode of Glenn Beck in a segment titled ‘A Time to be Heard,’ this very thought was discussed. The video is about 20 minutes in length.

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