This isn't the first time Republicans have gotten starry-eyed about an idealized
black candidate; there was buzz about a potential Colin Powell candidacy in the
fall of 1995. Hilariously, William Kristol was a booster a Powell, years before
Powell became undoubtedly Kristol's least favorite cabinet member.
Wednesday, February 23, 2005
John Tabin pours a little cold water on the Draft Condi movement that has been touted by columnist, nitwit, Dick Morris. Tabin notes that this isn't the first time that Republicans have mooned over an idealized pontential black candidate: