David: First of all--lets set this straight--neither are bigots. Both are vying for the minority vote. The only reason they get away with it, is the people are looking for that will-o-the-wisp of bigotry everywhere, and much of the time it is not there (and I am not saying it does not exist-power of suggestion). As such, the issue is artificially growing. Anyone who takes a side on this point is just as guilty. Anyone who pays attention to this nonsense has now fallen under the political campaign trap of red-herring fallacy of argument, getting distracted away from the real underlying issues (again--bigotry is an issue, but most of the malcontent now has more to do with economics-jobs, higher costs of everything--i.e. living, and more). The unfortunate side effect is an even greater divide in the country. By the way, didn't Obama say he was going to be the "uniter?"