Originally published at The New Nixon on March 24, 2008.
Our brother Hugh Hewitt invites a debate about Sen. Obama’s use of profanity in the abridged audio version of one of his books.
Shows how much times have changed since 1973-74, when some people
seemed honestly if naively surprised that people swore in the White
House. I was struck by the senator’s Elmore Leonard-like flair for
dialog as well as his earnest attempt to convince an African-American
high school buddy that girls weren’t racist just because they wouldn’t
go out with him.
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