"We cannot forgive you this -- not because it is crass and low and unfeeling and brutal.Could someone explain to me why Obermann isn't violating his own rule on what's unforgivable, namely, that one "cannot and must not invoke that imagery! Anywhere! At any time!"
This is unforgivable, because this nation's deepest shame, its most enduring horror, its most terrifying legacy, is political assassination.
Martin Luther King.
And, but for the grace of the universe or the luck of the draw, Reagan, Ford, Truman, Nixon, Andrew Jackson, both Roosevelts, even George Wallace.
The politics of this nation is steeped enough in blood, Senator Clinton, you cannot and must not invoke that imagery! Anywhere! At any time!
And to not appreciate, immediately - to still not appreciate tonight - just what you have done... is to reveal an incomprehension of the America you seek to lead."
Keith: it was kind of cool when you were that-baseball-guy getting angry about bush-cheney and the war, but for cryin' out loud,
LOWER YOUR VOICE ONCE IN A WHILE!