(h/t: The New Republic)
This is an actual screenshot I took last night from the official Ku Klux Klan homepage (which I am absolutely not linking to), with a bit of graffiti added by yours truly:
Despite some rumors, the Ku Klux Klan is not endorsing Barack Obama for President. In fact, Thomas Robb, national director of The Knights Party says his organization has serious questions it would like Barack to answer. Said Robb, “Is he willing to stand for the protection of white men, women and children who are quickly to be [grammar FAIL] America’s new minority. [<--- no question mark] Just over two years ago, the Brookings Institution in Washington D.C. stated that white children under the age of five were counted for [I think they mean "accounted for"] less than 50% of the population. I do not feel it is an exaggeration to be very concerned about America’s future.” Where does Barrack Obama’s allegiance lie? And what about Hillary Clinton or John McCain? Will they voice concern for the sons and daughters of the Republic?
Yes, Barack “with one but sometimes two R’s” Obama, where exactly do you stand on the issue of protecting the white majority’s demographic superiority? Because I don’t see a single mention of it on your Web site. And what about Hillary Clinton or John McCain? I don’t know about you, but I definitely think another debate is in order.
UPDATE: A reader suggests that Barack Obama should denounce and reject the Klan’s non-endorsment.