Delirious with joy over the ascension of our first Affirmative Action president, CNN's Larry King has once again wandered into the realm of self-parody:
CNN's orange-haired septuagenarian chatterbox Larry King has been bowled over by the new Age of Obama, enthusing that his youngest offspring (from his seventh marriage) wants to be black. I guess it's a case of black being, er, the new black.
Interviewing a visibly uncomfortable Bob Woodward on his eponymous CNN show last night, Larry, 75, gushed: "My younger son Cannon, he is eight. And he now says that he would like to be black. I'm not kidding. He said there's a lot of advantages. Black is in. Is this a turning of the tide?"
Maybe one day the tide really will turn, and we'll be judged by the content of our character — but I wouldn't count on it, with moonbats steering the course for our culture.
What's next, after a guy getting elected for being half African and having a name like a terrorist? According to King, a lesbian president:
Who would've thunk it. I can't believe it. Well, in 10 years' time we'll have, a what, a lesbian?
Just so long as we don't elect a superannuated moonbat talk show host.
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