Islamic presidential runner-up who is heavily associated with a black racist church run by a raving lunatic somehow missed the hateful rants of his ‘spiritual adviser’. He may have heard some things “he doesn’t agree with”, but not that it made him consider leaving the cult:
The Rev. Jeremiah Wright thinks that, given their treatment by white America, black Americans have no reason to sing “God Bless America.” “The government gives them the drugs, builds bigger prisons, passes a three-strike law and then wants us to sing ‘God Bless America.’ No, no, no, God damn America,” he told his congregation. “God damn America for treating our citizens as less than human.”
I’m not a believer in guilt by association, or the campaign vaudeville of rival politicians insisting this or that candidate dissociate himself from remarks by some fellow he had a 30-second grip’n’greet with a decade ago. But Jeremiah Wright is not exactly peripheral to Barack Obama’s life. He married the Obamas and baptized their children. Those of us who made the mistake of buying the senator’s latest book, “The Audacity Of Hope,” and assumed the title was an ingeniously parodic distillation of the great sonorous banality of an entire genre of blandly uplifting political writing discovered circa page 127 that in fact the phrase comes from one of the Rev. Wright’s sermons. Jeremiah Wright has been Barack Obama’s pastor for 20 years â€“ in other words, pretty much the senator’s entire adult life. Did Obama consider “God Damn America” as a title for his book but it didn’t focus-group so well?
Ah, well, no, the senator told ABC News. The Rev. Wright is like “an old uncle who says things I don’t always agree with.” So did he agree with goofy old Uncle Jeremiah on Sept. 16, 2001? That Sunday morning, Uncle told his congregation that the United States brought the death and destruction of 9/11 on itself. “We nuked far more than the thousands in New York and the Pentagon, and we never batted an eye,” said the Rev. Wright. “We have supported state terrorism against the Palestinians and black South Africans, and now we are indignant because the stuff we have done overseas is now brought right back to our own front yards.”
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“Obama is a MacDaddy” sez this black preacher…
thanks to El Greco
Greetings from the white boy…
Â Michael Richards better known as Kramer from TV’s Seinfeld.
> This was his defense speech in court after making racial comments in
> his comedy act.
> He makes some very interesting points.
> Proud To Be White
> Someone finally said it. How many are actually paying attention to
> There are African Americans, Mexican Americans, Asian Americans, Arab
> Americans, etc. And then there are just Americans.
> You pass me on the street and sneer inÂ my direction. You Call me
> ‘White boy,’ ‘Cracker,’ ‘Honkey,’ ‘Whitey,’ ‘Caveman’ … and that’s
> But when I call you, Nigger, Kike, Towel head, Sand-nigger, Camel
> Jockey, Beaner, Gook,Â or Chink … You call me a racist.
> You say that whites commit a lot of violence against you, so why are
> the ghettos the most dangerous places to live?
> You have the United Negro College Fund.
> You have Martin Luther King Day.
> You have Black History Month.
> You have Cesar Chavez Day.
> You have Yom Hashoah.
> You have Ma’uled Al-Nabi.
> You have the NAACP.
> You have BET.
> If we had WET (White Entertainment Television) we’d be racists.
> If we had a White Pride Day, you would call us racists.
> If we had White History Month , we’d be racists.
> If we had any organization for only whites to ‘advance’ OUR lives we’d
> be racists.
> We have a Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, a Black Chamber of Commerce,
> and then we just have theÂ plain Chamber of Commerce.
> Wonder who pays for that?
> A white woman could not be in the Miss Black American pageant, but any
> color can be in the Miss America pageant.
> If we had a college fund that only gave white students scholarships
> you know we’d be racists.
> There are over 60 openly proclaimed Black Colleges in the US . Yet if
> there were ‘White colleges’ THAT would be a racist college.
> In the Million Man March, you believed that you were marching for your
> race and rights. If weÂ marched for our race and rights, you would
> call us racists.
> You are proud to be black but when we announce our white pride, you
> call us racists.
> You rob us, carjack us, and shoot at us. But, when a white police
> officer shoots a black gangÂ member or beats up a black drug-dealer
> running from the law and posing a threat to society, you call him a
> I am proud. But you call me a racist.
> Why is it that only whites can be racists?