Thaddeus Kirkland Has a Dream
UPDATE: The editorialists at the WSJ have a different view.
The Senator noted that the anger of his pastor "is real; it is powerful," and in fact it is mirrored in "white resentments." He then laid down a litany of American woe: "the white woman struggling to break the glass ceiling, the white man who has been laid off," the "shuttered mill," those "without health care," the soldiers who have fought in "a war that never should have been authorized and never should've been waged," etc. Thus Mr. Obama's message is we "need unity" because all Americans are victims, racial and otherwise; he even mentioned working for change by "binding our particular grievances."
In other words, "Grievance groups of the world, unite!"
UPDATE: You be the judge. Obama's speech in its entirety is here.