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Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Why is no one asking about this?

Here's a flashback to four years ago. Why does no one ask about President Obama's 20 years sitting in Reverend Wright's church?

The mainstream media seems to want to discuss Romney's Mormon faith. In the interest of fairness, I think we should again review the spiritual mentoring that Barack Obama received for 20 years.

Let's go to the videotape (Hat Tip: Nice Deb).

20 years is an awfully long time to be listening to that stuff week after week. There's no doubt he was affected by it. Why didn't he get up and leave? Maybe because it appealed to him.

In any event, it's time to stop ignoring it.

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At 9:09 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Americans were stupid enough to ignore this 4 years ago. It was all out there.

The question is whether a sufficient number of them have wisened-up since then.

At 9:44 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

i dont think he went week after week. i think he was a member for political reasons only

i dont think obama is much of a church goer

much like your hero, reagan

At 12:01 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Agree with Bacci40
Also, Reverend Wright is a black supremacist isn't he? Obama is not a racist.

He is a dithering fool eager to please everyone. And cricising Israel for squatting on Palestinian terriroty isn't anti-semitism or anti Isralism.

Israel will have to end the occupation or face NATO eventually.

Reverend Wright's group is a black supremacist group, much like the Christian version (nazi's, Christian identity etc.) These people have a Muslim version too, which is rejected by mainstream Islam because it's racist.

Neither black nor white supremacism is acceptable. No racism in Islam. God created everyone in his own image. Adam the first man, father all humanity.

At 12:03 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Shy Guy

Silly fool, how little you understand the US cultural scene. The KKK, Christian Identity, Neo nazis, are just a few of the many white supremacist Christian groups. The Republican party is home to the bigoted Christian Right.

Where one racism thrives, there will be others. Of course there will be black supremacist churches where there are white ones. Or Asian ones.


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