This is too good to pass up. Remember when Bill Clinton used to go around saying that he was so in touch with the needs of the black community that he was "the first black president?' Well, Kerry proved that he was no Bill Clinton when he stuck his foot in his mouth and broke it off last week. Here's what happened.
In an interview with the American Urban Radio Network, Kerry said "President Clinton was often known as the first black president. I wouldn't be upset if I could earn the right to be the second." Well, considering neither one of those guys were black, you can predict what happened next.
Paula Diane Harris, founder of the Andrew Young National Center for Social Change, a civil rights and legal services advocacy group, had this to say: "John Kerry is not a black man - he is a privileged white man who has no idea what it is to be a poor white in this country, let alone a black man." She also criticized civil rights leaders who "sit back and ignore these types of comments, a practice that further insults African-Americans." The revenge of political correctness strikes again.
Always nice when the liberals get some of their own medicine.