There’s only so much stupid you can pack into one gaffe, but to give Obama credit, he certainly can pack in the maximum amount of stupid.
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You can bet that one of the first calls Harry Reid made after his “Negro dialect” comments surfaced was to Al Sharpton. Who knows what sort of deal the two worked out, but Sharpton quickly came to Reid’s aid, dismissing the majority leader’s gaffe as a minor blemish on an otherwise pristine record of support […]