Praise God. I hope Michael Steele does well, and I hope he speaks often about the targeted, concerted, and not-so-subtly racist efforts of the abortion industry to decimate the black population.
Will there be accolades from prominent Democrats and the MSM for the first black RNC Chair? Were there for the first black Supreme Court Justice 20 years ago? How about the first black Secretary of State more recently?
Or, as Clarence Thomas would say, are these all the "wrong kind" of black people? Will they still be punished for not falling into line where they belong?
Don't you think it would be fitting for President Obama himself to issue a congratulatory statement? Shouldn't he applaud the Right for being as colorblind as the Left? Doesn't he, and Sharpton and Jackson while we're at it, owe it to Mr. Steele and to the entire black community to at least acknowledge this accomplishment? Aren't they all about integration, after all?
I predict that if Obama doesn't congratulate Steele, the first white conservative who criticizes him for it will be branded a fool and a racist.
(I will soon comment further on Thomas' book which I recently finished reading.)