One of the driving themes of the Obama campaign is, as one campaign video proclaims, the promise to "chang[e] America's face to the world." As Steven M. Warshawsky has written at The American Thinker, this is "the `change' that Obama supporters yearn for." While packaged as "post-racial," a term that suggests a color-blind meritocracy, such "change" is, in fact, a highly race-conscious ideology about redefining America as a multicultural nation no longer characterized in a leading way by the culture and traditions of its still-majority European-descended population.
And John McCain? Where does he stand on these PC dictates of multiculturalism?
I missed this comprehensive round-up of McCain's consistently multicultural record by Mark Krikorian at NRO the first time around. Reading it now suggests that whoever becomes president in November, multiculturalism wins.