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05/21/2012

Video: A couple of straight—um, yeah, straight—North Carolinians cautiously thank the President

by Jeremy Hooper

They play it for laughs…

…but the sad reality is that for far too many Americans, the practical effects of the President's historic announcement mean little in terms of real world peace of mind. In fact, there's even this nagging other feeling: the sense that heightened attention equals heightened dangers.

Good skit. However, it's not funny because it's true—it's funny because considering the actual truth demands a supporter laugh, so as not cry out in frustration.

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