As everyone else is either using the race card, or feeling insulted that others are using the race card in the Democrat primaries, there is only one way for Dems to prove they are not racist or sexist - vote for the all-man, red, WHITE, and blue John McCain. "Morrison caused a stir when she called Bill Clinton "the first Black
When black Obama supporters are interviewed and asked why they support him, they respond 99% of the time that they will vote for him because he is black.
Similarly, most women deeply desire Hillary because she is a woman.
Break away from those racist and sexist stereotypes, Dems, and prove that you are looking for more than a person who shares your gender identity or race.
OK, Barack is offering something more than his Africanness - he's offering Change.
To prove how fixated Dems are on electing a minority because he is a minority or a woman because she is a woman, notice what a leading black/female Democrat, Tony Morrison , who has played the gender and race card simultaneously many times during her career said about Bill Clinton in 1998:
President;" saying "Clinton displays almost every trope of blackness: single-parent household, born poor, working-class, saxophone-playing, McDonald's-and-junk-food-loving boy from Arkansas." Wikipedia
In 2008 Ms Morrison, after hearing Ol Black Bill making unkind statements about her endorsee, Obama, renigged on her earlier description of Bubba Clinton, and did a fancy two-step denial not unlike the Lone Ranger's Tonto who, while they were being attacked by Indians, shouted, "What do you mean we, white man?"
"Morrison caused a stir when she called Bill Clinton "the first Black
Black or white, male or female, just another lame, ambiguous, awkward, and deceptive explanation for the inexplicable.
"People misunderstood that phrase. I was deploring the way in which President Clinton was being treated, vis-à-vis the sex scandal that was surrounding him. I said he was being treated like a black on the street, already guilty, already a perp. I have no idea what his real instincts are, in terms of race." T. Morrison - Wikipedia