Hah, good point Hubble...I was just about to point out that it wouldn't surprise many if George W's face had been put on toilet paper, which it probably had, and now we see that it has along with Palin and others and probably noone started pointing to racism in those cases. Why? Because white people don't get to play the race card since they haven't been the clear victims of racism historically - that is if you count out the present where we are still getting the race card played on us daily even though it's pretty much ancient history and a product of previous generations.
But of course on the other side of the fence, there are plenty of people quick to point to racism anytime a joke is made against Obama or even just expressing the opinion that you think he's a bad president or whatever. The fact of the matter here is that the vast majority of black people feel obligated to stand behind him regardless of his political views or how good of a job he's doing mainly because he's the first black president. Oh, and they feel like any white person who doesn't like him as a president only feels that way because they're racist and don't want a black man in the White House...please give me a break and open your eyes....you really thought George W was that bad? Obama takes the cake.
Hopefully if a black person reads this, I won't be accused of being racist - I'm not, although some after reading this would probably think I'm Klan or something like that.