Jim there you go playing the race card again, and again, and again. Nothing but a broken record.
People can disagree with obama and not be racist. Just because people take issues with his politics, stances, words, etc. does not mean it has anything to do with his color.
Believe it or not but not everything in this country revolves around race.
It is context 430. Context.
The article that was quoting Obama has a context. The context of "You know, he's not patriotic enough, he's got a funny name, you know, he doesn't look like all those other presidents on the dollar bills" is clear when there is a significant number of people who think Obama is a Muslim, that his name has something to do with his allegiance to extremist Islamics instead of America, and yes, that he is too thin, or not old enough or white enough.
Your experience "card" is another nice sounding card that has little validation in history. How many Presidents have we had who were elected for the first time and had what anyone would consider "prerequisite experience" to be President? How about we list the characteristics that should be prerequisites and then have them included in the Constitution by Amendment? What are they?
When you cite unspecified, unqualified and unjustified bullshit like "experience" in the case for Obama, it is clear you mean his race does not have the experience since there is no other way he is specifically disqualified based on actual experience. Or, are you suggesting Bush was not qualified because he didn't get shot down over Vietnam too? How is it that Bush's "experience" was better than McCain's experience in 2000? Has the last 7 plus years borne that theory out?
See, black athletes were reluctantly accepted into professional sports over time, and it has only been in the last decade or so that a black athlete could be considered for the position of quarterback. Why? Oh yeah those quarterbacks have to be real smart and show leadership......oh, wait, that sounds racist........oh yeah, they don't have the experience. Yeah, that's the ticket. Like the kid in PeeWee league has experience the black kid on the team doesn't.....
If you really want to defend your lack of racial bias in this discussion, you can't use undefined catch phrases for denegrating Obama's skillset that you don't define McCain's immunity to the same disease. The term "experience" is the same old same old revolting "niggers can't be President" logic that someone has tried to dress up for prime time. Define it, make it a yardstick, and measure each candidate with the same yardstick. Just make sure you include in the yardstick "units" for measuring things like being unable to recall details of anything. Or having an uncontrolled temper. Or being unable to keep pace and on message. Or staying true to what you built your reputation on, things like actually supporting the troops and actually voting to end American involvement in torturing captured enemy personnel.