Welcome to post-racial America, where those who oppose a piece of legislation must defend themselves against the scurrilous charges of a man who seems much better suited to reviewing “Cats”. (He liked it, by the way.) This was a particularly shameful column, and the millions of Americans who oppose this legislation are owed an apology. Are they right? Are they wrong? Let’s discuss it. Let’s debate it. Let’s yell and scream if we want to. But would it be too much to ask that we approach the matter based on its merits and leave the psychobabble to Dr. Phil?
The thing is, the majority of Americans oppose Obama's health care reform. Couple that with the fact that Obama was elected by a majority of Americans. Now, is Rich saying that same majority who voted for Obama and who now oppose health care, are racist? You can't have it both ways folks.