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It’s the actual title of a CNN piece a few days ago on Blago’s nominating Roland Burris for Obama’s seat.

Blagojevich’s announcement left observers asking — whether the governor was playing a game of racial “chicken,” daring Senate Democrats to snub a respected African-American.

Take away the word “respected” and you get exactly why Obama was concocted, funded and propagandized in the first place, to block Hillary.

Since CNN can’t say it themselves, they pick a conservative talk show host to do it for them

Conservative radio host Larry Elder said race was clearly a part of Blagojevich’s plan.

“What he has done is this: He’s chosen a black person and dared the Democratic Senate not to seat him because there would then be no black senators in the Senate whatsoever.

“I’m not saying that the former attorney general isn’t a man of integrity and wouldn’t otherwise, in his own right, be able to serve competently as a senator.

That was a few days ago – which makes this story last year’s news.

Today, Obama media is serving their master by attacking Burris on things other than his race:

Public fury over the governor’s alleged misconduct has masked the once lively debate over Burris’ decision to continue to prosecute, despite the objections of one of his top prosecutors, the wrong man for a high-profile murder case.

At least he wasn’t in cahoots with the likes of Rezko. Still, it’s interesting how a few days ago he was

Burris was the first African-American to be elected to statewide office in Illinois, winning the first of three terms as comptroller in 1978. Twelve years later, Burris was elected state attorney general, the second African-American in the country to reach that position.

That was yesterday, when Obama was attacking around him

β€œRoland Burris is a good man and a fine public servant, but the Senate Democrats made it clear weeks ago that they cannot accept an appointment made by a governor who is accused of selling this very Senate seat. I agree with their decision

Today, he’s no longer the Roland Burris he used to know.

Let the slime fly!

And be careful what you wish for…

Not Your Sweetie