SOUTH CAROLINA - DEEP SOUTH USA - As a badly bruised and discredited US media tried to pick itself up the floor following the N. Hampshire prognostication gone wrong, there was more shocking news on the horizon.
Spinning itself out of control in an attempt to clarify its 'unbiased' reporting on the Democratic Presidential front-runners, media-folks found themselves in an absolute fix when in a unique 'TV moment' - a 106-year old voter in a long pointed white hat asked Obama how he felt about being called black. Wasn't that a denial of his white heritage?
Choking back tears, his voice cracking, Obama said "I find it very personal, this half-white part of me that America denies. That's why I'm running for President of the United States".
No sooner said than done, the Washington Post was the first to run this headline: "Half-white Obama a favorite among undecided biracials".
Two other polls conducted by leading pollsters also discovered a 'double-digit' bounce for Obama among the 19-25 biracial age group; a 16-point lead over Hillary Clinton among the 55-65 tri-racial age group and a 101-point lead among the 101-years-and-over age group of quad-racial Americans who "still remember the Civil War".
When asked about this incredible bounce-back for Obama, CNN's (aka Cheerleading News Network's) Wolf Blitzer said "Well Jack, I guess we were wrong again. I mean, who'da thunk it?"