CNN may have a problem with my opinion of MSNBC being the biggest cheerleader for Obama, but when I saw a trailer for an upcoming special entitled “Obama’s America: 2010 & Beyond”, I had to give the trophy to MSNBC. I bet most of you are going to have the same reaction as I did to this:
Obama’s America: 2010 And Beyond?
It’s pretty evident what’s wrong with that title, and Chris Matthews’ devotion to Obama is just plain disturbing.
One year after the inauguration of the first African-American President, MSNBC will present “Obama’s America: 2010 and Beyond” Jan. 18, 2010, 10 p.m.-12 a.m. ET, an extended discussion surrounding race and post-racial identity in America. Moderated by Hardball’s Chris Matthews and featuring radio host Tom Joyner, live from Texas Southern University in Houston, Texas, this two-hour special event on Martin Luther King Day will explore some of the most pressing and provocative issues connected to race and race relations in the U.S.
“…an extended discussion surrounding race and post-racial identity in America.” This should be very interesting; remember “Every Single Teabagger Is White”? I will be looking for the relevantly stupid comments on YT to post later.