Tuesday, October 21, 2008

McCain Campaign Inspires Unspeakable

From Fayetteville, North Carolina:

Photographer Joe Eddins and I headed over to the closest one and found a steady line of voters hoping to cast ballots early. Most seemed to be Obama supporters and several had come from the rally. Nearly all the voters were black.

Also at the polling site was a group of loud and angry protesters who shouted and mocked the voters as they walked in. Nearly all were white.

Country First.

I'd be great if we had a Dept. of Justice.

via Yglesias, Boyd

1 comment:

Leigh C. said...

"At the voting site, I asked a local sheriff monitoring the scene if the protesters were allowed. "They're fine," he said. I asked if he'd ever seen anything like that and he said he'd never seen Sunday voting."

Way to evade the question.