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The Audacity of Hate

I shouldn't even have to write an introductory sentence. I believe Obama is generally a very decent man with his heart in the right place. But he's going to have some questions to answer, because the American people are demanding to know who he is. He can't hide behind this smooth image any longer.

If you haven't turned on a television set or a radio in the last week, watch the
film:



Barack Obama has stated that Jeremiah Wright is somewhat of an "Uncle" with whom he doesn't always agree. Well, which of Wright's statements does he agree with?

Does he agree that the government invented the AIDS virus "as a means of genocide against people of color?" Does he believe the Palestinians are a peace-loving people? Does he believe the government intentionally creates black drug addicts as a means of eventually imprisoning them? Does he believe 9/11 was a case of America's "chickens coming home to roost?"

"Being an old farm boy myself, chickens coming home to roost never did make me sad, they've always made me glad."

Did the words above come from Jeremiah Wright? Guess again. They came from the black nationalist mouth of Malcom X after the assassination of John F. Kennedy -- an event which he declared "payback" for American violence throughout the world.


Jeremiah isn't even a Christian. His views are reminiscent of the black liberation/separatist "theology" that came out of Nicaragua in the 1970s. He's a Marxist, he's just not as suave as Obama.


Why did Barack sit in this man's church for 20 years? This is the man who presided over his marriage to Michelle, as well as the baptism of his children. Obama has referred to Wright as his "spiritual advisor" and credits him for "leading him to Jesus." Obama speaks about "judgment," but his own seemed to be lacking as he made such a weak attempt to distance himself from Jeremiah before running for President.

Obama says that the pastors views "do not reflect [his] views or Michelle's views, or probably the views of many people in the church." The cheering masses in the film above seem to tell a different story. Wright brainwashes them with the kind of virulent hatred of whites and America that can (and does) inevitably lead to violence.


"He ain't white?" Well, half of him is. "He ain't rich?" Please. "He ain't privileged?" Then why did he attend a private high s
chool in Hawaii, one reserved for the rich and the affluent? Who paid for it?

Meanwhile, John Mccain takes advantage of another opportunity to paint himself as a schmuck by virtually apologizing for Obama. I get more and more turned off by this man every day. He says:

"Obviously those words and those statements are statements that none of us would associate ourselves with, and I don't believe that Senator Obama would support any of those."

Instead of seizing the opportunity to distinguish his views from that of Obama's pastor, he apologizes for him. Why would you vote for this man?

Better question: If this congregation applauds "God Damn America," why were the Obamas sitting with them in the pews with for 20 years?

Even better question: Is this Afro-Leninist "reverend" the man you want inaugurating the next President of the United States, should it be Barack Obama?

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  • Anonymous Keith said:
    Wednesday, March 19, 2008  

    The Palestinians ARE a peace loving people. But just like everyone else, there are some things that are a higher priority than peace, in this case prosperity and pride. And obviously Obama doesn't believe all that other stuff.

    I don't see why you're saying Wright isn't a Christian either. I can see how someone could make that argument based on his divisive, judgmental statements, but you didn't say anything about that. There's nothing explicitly un-Christian about being a Marxist. Obviously he doesn't make these statements all the time (as Obama has said) or they wouldn't have had to make a montage of it in the first place. I'm not sure I buy the fact that Obama says he's never heard him say something like this, but still. Doesn't mean he believes it.

    I think what McCain did was the correct and smart thing to do, it is quite "obvious," as he said in the quote, that none of them believe in these things. top

  • Anonymous Anonymous said:
    Wednesday, March 19, 2008  

    I agree with Keith. On everything.
    Do you honestly think that ALL Palestinians are just blood sucking creatures trapped in human shells? Come on now, you're smarter than that sort of ignorance.
    What's wrong with McCain's statement? It was the right thing to do.
    Since when do you decide who's a Christian and who's not? There are so many different sects and people that consider themselves Christians. Fred Phelps and his family? Medieval Western Europeans? Those are both very hateful groups of people entirely centered around their faith. Their Christian faith. top

  • Anonymous Sara S said:
    Wednesday, March 19, 2008  

    Maybe they had to make a montage because not all of the sermons are taped? Or because some outrageous moments are even more outrageous than others?

    John McCain's comment was indeed politically unwise. Is he really minimizing one of the best "weapons" he has been given against Barack? Maybe now we'll have a maverick vs maverick love fest of a race! Can't wait. top

  • Anonymous Keith said:
    Wednesday, March 19, 2008  

    Sara-

    Yea, I thought about that right as I was pressing the submit button. But I still believe that it would be hard for Obama to make the statement that he didn't hear these kinds of things if Wright talks about it all the time. People would come out of the woodwork calling him out. Maybe they still will in the coming days. We'll see. top

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