I’d Like a Refund, Please.

This book is *amazing*…for me to *poop* on!



#1 joseph nyerere on 11.05.08 at 1:27 pm

WOW! i’ll buy at least 10 copies because in 8 years they’ll be worth at least a million dollars each.
I buy all that you have of them. joife1@aol.com

#2 joseph nyerere on 11.05.08 at 1:45 pm

I am an African-born-raised-educated in America.

Shelby Steele made some excellent points that were on point. Steele was wrong on the point that Obama would lose.

Obama won the election. now what. Obama said its time to get to work. i agree.

I dont believe that Obama has changed the race equation. Obama has proved that he, Obama has broad appeal to a broad segment of America.

that’s righteous. but when i see Obama getting 40% of the vote in mississippi that progress.

Obama is good for America. African American live in America. Therefore Obama is a president for African America.

Obama has wide appeal because people in America envisions that Obama is a way out of the downward spiral that America is in. That’s what its about: self interest.

America’s Interest. Individual Interest. The vote went to Obama because the majority of America who voted see Obama in their best interest. This time American looked past ‘RACE’ and this is it.

lets git busy yoal. au ite.

#3 Ray Winbush on 11.05.08 at 2:31 pm

I wish:

1. I could have been at Rush Limbaugh’s house when Barack was declared the winner.

2. I could have been at Shelby Steele’s house, sitting with he and his white wife when Barack was declared the winner.

3. I could be with the publisher of this silly book when Barack was declared the winner.

Just goes to show, that Shelby Steele in *all* of his seemingly smug knowledge about “all things racial”, doesn’t know a damn thing…

#4 Pardeep on 11.05.08 at 2:44 pm

Shame on Shelby!

#5 Reginald Hudlin on 11.05.08 at 5:22 pm

Funny, so many folks harp on the rise of Barack being the end of affirmative action and victim politics on the left, but clearly the right has a lot or rethinking to do now as well. Starting with the death of the term “Bradley effect”.

#6 RG on 11.06.08 at 9:27 am

OK, Mr Steele can you speak a little louder, I guess people did not really hear you!

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