7 thoughts on “Oh, Come On, Hobbs.

  1. Yeah, in the grand scheme of things, it’s not a big deal. At this point, I think Hobbs is so used to just being able to shoot off his mouth however he wants that I doubt he was even trying to imply anything.

    But it’s just stupid. I mean, even if it was true, who could blame Obama for being nervous about folks in Tennessee with guns? We don’t have the greatest track record for hospitality when it comes to prominent black men.

  2. Aunt B.,

    You do realize that one of the State Representatives from the Tri-Cities is Nathan Vaughn, a prominent black man elected from a district that is overwhelmingly white and Republican?

    Clearly race has not been a barrier for Vaughn or the majority of voters in his district.

    Mark

  3. “Well, It’s not like Nathan’s a flaming leftie, either, but his voting record’s probably what it has to be for his district.”

    The point being that race seems not to be a major issue in that area. Were he to move to the Left, he would probably lose, but
    because he is wrong on the issues, not because of race.

  4. “Well, It’s not like Nathan’s a flaming leftie, either, but his voting record’s probably what it has to be for his district.”

    So, once again, we are reminded that you are only black if you are left wing.

    Sorry, justice Thomas.

  5. I don’t see what Nathan’s politics have to do with this. It doesn’t negate my point, which was just a minor one anyway, which is that Hobbs could have made his point in a classier manner.

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