I don't have much to say about this, but I think you guys will be interested. I think his critique on AIG is fine, but I don't get the citation of Ebony, or the seeming angst at being invited to the White House, or the idea that Obama can't explicitly embrace black people. I'm not sure what people want from him. He's the president. And mostly, I don't get this notion that Obama is scared to say Martin Luther King's name. It's all just mind-boggling.

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