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|Not me, DG. While it is historically significant that an African-American has been elected our President, I believe it is more important that we get beyond his skin color and look at the man. When we can get beyond the color of someone's skin or our hyphenated names, I think we'll be able to turn a corner on the race/ethnicity issue(s). We won't have circled the block, so to speak but, it will be a step in the correct direction.
That said, I wonder if he plans on coming into Washington, DC dressed in a cap and cape like Lincoln did. Probably not.