Pointer to a blogpost over at Booker Rising, words of wisdom from the blogger's 55-year old aunt:
On Sen. Obama's election: "The sadness I feel today is equivalent to a young girl losing her virginity to some Negro who doesn't care about her. She'll never get it back. We'll never have this moment again [of having the first black president]. It will always be tainted by Obama. The first black person to be elected president of the United States has basically said whatever needed to be said to get elected. This is what politicians do, but he takes it to a new level. I feel like there has been a mass hynosis. People will wake up in January when he is inaugurated, or by summertime next year when the honeymoon has ended. People will wake up and go, 'Whoa, what did we do?' His whole persona is all style and no substance."
A statement for black Obama supporters: "My biggest thing towards my black brothers and sisters is this: I can respect you voting for Barack Obama simply because he is a black man and this was the first opportunity to get a black man in office. Just say that. But please don't insult my intelligence by saying this man is qualified. He's not. He's plastic. The first time I saw Barack Obama, in 2004 at the Democratic National Convention, I said, 'this Negro is full of crap. He is the biggest BSer that I've seen in my life.' And the condescending attitude of his immediately struck a nerve with me."