There Is a Pattern Here . . . Victor Davis Hanson

There Is a Pattern Here . . . [Victor Davis Hanson]

Perhaps the beer summit will stop the president’s slide in the polls, but I am not so sure, since the public is beginning to catch on that there is a pattern here. On matters racial, the public thought that in Obama they were getting an updated version of Martin Luther King gravitas, but they are learning it may be a more eloquent form of Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton bathos.

When Obama was first asked about the Gates incident – and we know he was prepped beforehand about the question – he did not suggest a beer summit, but instead used the adverb “stupidly” to describe the police action and then went into a disquisition on racial profiling as part of his preferred “teachable moment.”

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