Now think about that.
Apply the first test of spin: imagine the converse. Imagine that it was at the Republican convention that the blacks were all bunched together and at the Democrats that they are all spread out. What would it mean then? That among Democrats the blacks are accepted as individuals and congregate with their fellow party members not on the basis of skin color but on the basis of interest or region, etc. Among Republicans blacks are forced into social isolation, mere tokens, among but not of the Republican party.
Michael Steele's lame response and Matthew's closing compliment to Steele that had he, Matthews, been there he would have voted for Steele. That is all we need to know about Steele, I think.
Now Axelrod is on saying that businesses are not sitting on 2 trillion in order to make a political statement, passing on Matthew's invitation to echo the administration's previous line that businesses are failing to invest out of some sort of spite. Obama is tacking right with all sails to the wind.