Wednesday, August 26, 2009

'I Just Wanted to Come and Breathe the Same Air as Them'

Obama worship taken to an absurd extreme. Good grief, people, he's not a higher being.
This town has been a summer haven for generations of African-Americans, from writers like Dorothy West to civil rights leader the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.

But none have caused quite as much commotion as President Obama, whose dinner out here Tuesday night had residents flooding into the streets - and bursting with pride.

"I just wanted to come and breathe the same air as them," said Gloria Rayburn, 75, who joined some 800-plus others along Oak Bluffs' main drag, where they had gathered in hopes of catching a glimpse of America's first black President.
I guess that nonsense from Obama about wanting privacy was BS.

More on the silliness here.
Hundreds of appreciative onlookers bid good-night to the president and first lady after their dinner with shouts of "We love you," and "Thank you for everything."
Ace links. Thanks!

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