Count me among those who wondered if the grandmother who worried about black men she passed on the street were still living. Answer: yes.
Here’s John Fund:
Mr. Obama’s campaign has made clear that his 84-year old grandmother, who has asked to be left alone, should be considered off-limits to political reporters. But yesterday, it was Mr. Obama who didn’t leave her alone when he used her for one of the central themes of his speech.
O. said he can’t disown Rev. Wright, who spoke from a pulpit to a crowded church that sold CD’s with his sermons recorded, any more than his grandmother, who raised him and along the way made “stereotypical” remarks in private that made him “cringe.”
Don’t they teach logic at Harvard? Or gratitude in church? Did Wright make him cringe?