Sounds like J.C. Watts agrees with him:
We often read columns, watch the news and listen to debates with our own biased political filter. Republicans and Democrats alike are guilty of this. We usually don’t like the comments made by an analyst unless they lean toward our point of view. As is said in politics, there are three sides to every story. Your side, my side, and the truth.
In the case of the tangled web between Obama, Clinton and Farrakhan, we didn’t get Obama’s side or the truth. We got Clinton’s side.
The bottom line is this: Neither Louis Farrakhan or Jeremiah Wright should determine this election, no more than certain endorsements of John McCain should determine the general election.
I am more concerned about who can keep America safe from terrorists, who can create opportunity for all, who has the best plan for educating our kids (1.2 million kids drop out of school every year), and who best understands that real change doesn’t require just talk, but real, genuine change.