(I missed this the first time around, but I was directed to it by a friend.)
The quotation of the day is from The American Spectator and occurred at the inauguration ceremony where a CGU professor was wearing some rather, colorful clothing. The bolding, as usual, is mine.
Professor Javier Gálvez, a professor of pre-Colombian music, dance and culture at Claremont College in California, was dressed in rather impressive Aztec regalia that included feathers at least five feet long. He directs an Aztec dance group called Danzantes del Sol. He was also a local organizer for the Obama campaign and was given tickets for the inauguration.
"I support Obama because he is an indication of a new path, a change in the world, a change in this nation, and an opportunity for everybody," said Gálvez. "I believe he will bring the changes necessary to see that we have a better nation and a better world."
I nearly fell off my chair laughing at the image of a man dressed in Aztec regalia talking about the better nation and better world that Obama will usher in, but then I guess liberals have already been eating their hearts out over Obama for quite some time now.