We've been treated to the kinds of messages his long-time pastor and mentor preaches from the pulpit in the church Barack has attended for over twenty years. It is a message of hatred for America and white people and a twisting of the gospel into a humanistic anti-Christian self determinism program. I won't bore you by repeating all the garbage that Wright consistently spews. But I guarantee you this: A real Christian wouldn't sit and listen to that kind of preaching for twenty minutes, let alone twenty years!
Barack has claimed he wasn't aware of all that the aforementioned Wright was saying and yet there is plenty of evidence to the contrary. Radio talk show hosts had pointed out the Wright rhetoric back in 2006 and in early 2007, Shawn Hannity of Hannity and Colmes revealed much of the same and even managed to get an interview with Wright, one that revealed the "reverend" to be a preacher of division and neo-marxist liberation theology. Those of us who actually follow the Bible know that the Bible teaches that if you teach any other gospel (than the Gospel of Christ) you are to be cursed.
"But though we, or an angel from heaven, preach any other gospel unto you than that which we have preached unto you, let him be accursed. As we said before, so say I now again, if any man preach any other gospel unto you than that ye have received, let him be accursed.For do I now persuade men, or God? or do I seek to please men? for if I yet pleased men, I should not be the servant of Christ."
Barack Obama's mealy-mouthed equivocations over Jeremiah Wright continue to this day. He still hasn't left that church! Is this the kind of stuff you want your children listening to as supposedly coming from a man of God? Of course not! Wright is just a hate-monger trying to leverage bitterness and anger into enthusiasm for his black-centric ultra left wing philosophies.
So we begin to get a clearer picture of Obama:
1) He has attended an America-hating racist so-called church for over 20 years and seemingly enjoyed the experience.
2) He has refused previously to disassociate himself from one of the darlings of his church, Louis Farrakhan.
3) He received 250 grand in campaign contributions from the dirty slumlord of the hour in Illinois, Tony Rezko. Rezko helped Obama buy a house at a $325,000 discount after Rezko's efforts to obtain a 14 million-dollar housing project were recommended by none other than Obama himself. Obama now calls this "a boneheaded mistake" while most of us would call it fraud.
4) He considers Weather Undergound terrorist William Ayers a friend and mentor.
5) Barack will not deign to wear an American flag on his lapel and often chooses to ignore the Pledge of Allegiance.
6) News reporters spotted a Che Guevera flag in a Barack Obama campaign headquarters in Houston earlier this year.
Truth is, Barack Obama is just another Chicago Machine politician, nothing new here. He is sizzle but not steak...and what steak there is? Unpalatable. Unless you consider this kind of rhetoric to comprise "change.'
The US government invented the AIDS virus to kill off black people
Hilary Clinton hates black people
The USA asked for and deserved the attack on 9/11
The US government builds jails specifically to house black people
White people continue to exploit the black race
America should be spelled Amerikkka
God D**n America!
and on and on...
Did Obama know this kind of rhetoric was par for the Jeremiah Wright course? Yes!
Did he therefore lie to the public in his interview with Major Garrett? Yes!
Victor Davis Hanson adds:
Race and the Democrats, Part IV [Victor Davis Hanson]
—The modified hang-out, and the modified modified hangout
Despite the serial profession of a new politics, there is something Nixonian about Obama's recent disclaimers over his racist pastor's diatribes. At first he tried to blame the messenger:
"Here is what happens when you just cherry-pick statements from a guy who had a 40-year career as a pastor.”
The problem is not cherries, Senator, but an entire orchard. The most egregious slurs are not from two decades past, but post 9/11 and especially in 2006. And Obama should have learned from Nixon that when there is something there, it is best to get out in front of it in a manner that anticipates more disturbing revelations. Yet the modified hangout then followed;
"It's a congregation that does not merely preach social justice but acts it out each day, through ministries ranging from housing the homeless to reaching out to those with HIV/AIDS."
This is a de facto defense of, not a distancing from, Wright, and begs the question of why? And the AIDs evocation is especially damning since the reverend has made it clear that HIV was our own creation, apparently part and parcel of some US government conspiracy. Is Obama now suggesting that Wright did important civic work with AIDs even though he promulgated a belief that the virus was fabricated by our own government? And then comes the modified modified hangout:
"But because Rev. Wright was on the verge of retirement, and because of my strong links to the Trinity faith community, where I married my wife and where my daughters were baptized, I did not think it appropriate to leave the church."
That makes it even worse, because now Obama hints that he might have been in fact aware of the Wright rhetoric, but gave him a pass because he was “on the verge of retirement,” as if the albatross were about to disappear anyway, and with it the cause of prior embarrassment. And the evocation of his marriage and his children’s baptisms in such an extremist landscape should not be cited as reasons to stay in it, but rather should have been evoked as causes why he should get out—and not have his family further tainted by it. And it goes on and on: (read on)
Could you possibly vote for Barack Obama after all this has come out?