Gotta love a racist in a hat.With Fräulein Feinstein saying on Face the Nation that, “We need to know exactly what he has. He could have a lot, lot more,” when it comes to hero traitor American Edward Snowden, and the prepping in Brazil for the 2014 World Cup and the 2016 Olympics going top notch, not too much is going on this week.

Well, expect for the Senate and Marky Marc Rubio trying to pass the twenty-four pound, or probably now after the weekend the twenty-seven pound, Amnesty Insanity Immigration Bill posthaste, which made a member of the PD staff flashback to a line from Dear Leader’s first inauguration.

“When brown can stick around…”

It was 2009, a world where $8.50 could buy you a ticket to Bride Wars and another $21.80 could pick you up two small popcorns and a large soda.

After some deliberation it was ruled by Anita Dunn that going with Barack Obama’s pastor of twenty years Reverend Wright or his longtime pal, Louis Farrakhan for the inaugural prayer might be a bit too divisive, the militant Black Panther supporter, Reverend Joseph Lowery was tapped to handle the matter…..you know, to have the affair be more inclusive and all.Barack Obama bling recipient.

After receiving a hefty sponsorship from Crayola, Rev. Lowery decided to wrap up his prayer with, “Lord, in the memory of all the saints who from their labors rest, and in the joy of a new beginning, we ask you to help us work for that day when black will not be asked to get in back, when brown can stick around…when yellow will be mellow…when the red man can get ahead, man; and when white will embrace what is right. That all those who do justice and love mercy say, ‘Amen.’”

Why, we do believe that man is a poet and did not know it.

While being able to give the prayer at the inauguration softened Rev. Lowery to the point of saying that it was the first time he actually enjoyed the National anthem, a major step as he has been a longtime advocate for changing it to the “Negro National Anthem” Lift Every Voice, four years later Rev. Lowery told the Monroe County Reporter that he was back to believing all whites were going to hell—just like he did as a kid.

What a guy!