So, does the victory of Nikki Haley as governor of South Carolina mean:
1. That conservative politics trumps the overt racism of a sizable portion of the Tea Party?
2. That Tea Party racism is just targeted at Democrats they don't like?
3. That Tea Party racism isn't really sizable or significant?
4. Nothing about the Tea Party. South Carolinians are "progressive" and race blind and just want the candidate that exemplifies their politics.
5. None of the above.
(Her victory is also meaningful because South Carolina has the worst record in the United States at electing women.)
Commentary: WSJ and Slate