This essay in Newsweek argues that the battle between Clinton and Obama will have lasting negative implications for relations between black and white women. A taste:
Détente now seems out of the question. The relationship between black and white women was never that strong to begin with. Sure, we’ve had a few good moments here and there, and we have meaningful relationships with individual black or white girlfriends, but there has always been a stubborn divide. That divide is now a chasm of resentment.Oh, yes . . . the meltdown of identity politics continues apace.
Can this be attributed to "Operation Chaos?"
Women who are obsessed with having a woman president are unlikely to see through the preposterous Obama campaign in the fall, when it counts. The two mentalities aren't that far apart. The feminists are just sorry he stood in the way of a girl. They'll get over it. True, however, that this is a case where the Democrats' internally contradictory identity politics is good for a laugh.
Unfortunately, conservatives won't be able to follow the relationships between black and white women, since they're color-blind.
3: Away with your snotty nonsense.