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It says a lot that Biden chose Kamala, and none of what it says is good

Biden’s choice of Kamala Harris to be his running mate shows the shallowness of the Democrats’ talent pool.  Biden handicapped himself by explicitly pledging to ignore men and then implicitly bowing to the demand that his female choice be black.  However, it’s still somewhat shocking that, out of all the black, female, Democrat politicians in America, the best he could do was Kamala.

What’s most striking about Kamala is that, like Barack Obama, she has nothing in common with the American black experience.  Despite her slamming the race card on the table, the only thing she shares with the generic “black vote” is skin color.

Kamala did not come from a family that has traveled through generations of the American black experience.  There’s no history of Southern slavery, no Reconstruction, and no being part of the endless variety of post-Reconstruction stories.  Some blacks struggled through the Jim Crow South, some reveled in the Harlem Renaissance, some roped cows in the Wild West, some were part of the single biggest American migration when they moved to the upper Midwest, some embraced the middle class, and some got sucked into the undertow of the underclass.  Each is an American story.

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