Those on both sides say watching the battle unfold in the Palmetto State, where black voters could cast half of the votes in the Democratic primary, won’t be pretty.
“To some of us, it is painful,” said state Sen. Darrell Jackson, a Clinton supporter.
U.S. Rep. Jim Clyburn, D-S.C., had pledged to remain neutral as Democrats competed for votes in the state’s primary.
It seems to me that if blacks really want perceived racial tensions to ease, they should not continue to find cause to have tensions. (Oh yeah, this will never happen as long as Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton continue to be the 'leaders'.)
the same goes for any 'victim' group out there. I'm getting very tired of 'victimhood' politics.
As for me, I don't see things as black vs. white. We are all various shades of the same color: tan.
Update: Brendan Loy has the same thoughts, but is actually doing something about it. (ht: Instapundit)
Update II: Michelle Malkin has a great roundup (as usual).