October 26, 2002

I HAVEN’T BLOGGED MUCH about the “peace” protests today because I don’t have a lot to say that I haven’t said before. But this passage from a rather sympathetic report says it all:

In Washington, civil rights activist Al Sharpton addressed Mr. Bush, even though the president was at an economic summit in Mexico.

“It would have been good for you to be here, George, so you could see what America really looks like,” Sharpton said. “We are the real America.

Al Sharpton, claiming he’s the real America as he talks to a man who isn’t there. Seems about right.

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