UnNews talk:Update: Sherrod won't rejoin Agriculture

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Subtle.-- ⦿⨦⨀ Phrage (talk) 11:38, August 25, 2010 (UTC) I like the bit about the anonymous opposition party best-maybe writers are often so relieved that the thing is nearly finished that they relax and stick their best work in at the end.

Phrage, I always try to be subtle. (In other words: Subtlety? That's a feature!) The point of this UnNews is that there's a whole lot of preoccupation with race going on in this "post-racial" world. The anonymous opposition party (elsewhere, with a Minority Leader "whose name was not immediately available") is a line I use often. (See UnNews:US minority party still beset by surrender instinct.) I think it is the best joke there is for the Republicans--added to this article to try to insert some partisan balance. Spıke Ѧ 16:34 25-Aug-10

There is still some comic potential to be milked from the separate issue of the most powerful black man since Jesus,in the country where lynching was a Sunday evening entertainment not so long ago , being panicked into firing a lowly black official in error for fear of being accused of racism. i have heard it referred to as the Repugnant Party aptly nowadays but the history that it was the Democrats who preferred slavery is often forgotten.-- ⦿⨦⨀ Phrage (talk) 16:47, August 25, 2010 (UTC)

In that case, get to milking! But drop the talk of lynchings and the "Repugnant Party"--makes it seem like a name-calling rant, and won't read like news. Be subtle! Spıke Ѧ 17:02 25-Aug-10
PS--In the real world, bureaucrats under Vilsack did the firing, to try to keep Vilsack from looking like a fool. That it blew up and required an Obama to intervene (at the expense of how much real stuff he was trying to do that day?) is Epic Fail. Again, Republicans celebrate. 'Cause normally, they can't. Spıke Ѧ 17:08 25-Aug-10
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