I believe Harry Reid was making a political analysis. It was a valid analysis from the progressive "plantation owner" frame of mind, that groups people into class, race, age, sex, and other segments. If I, as a conservative, strip away the belief in individuals and wear the hat of a progressive collectivist, it is a clear idea. When all you can see and hear is someones group identity, then of course you will think that everyone else sees the same thing.
I am sure that the way Harry Reid views people in "levels of color" is a typical progressive ideology. That has always been the way they view the people below themselves.
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