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March 13, 2008

Barack Obama's Pastor: 'Hillary Ain't Never Been Called A Nigger' - And Worse (Updated)

Topics: Political News and commentaries

The man in the video below is who Barack Obama calls his moral compass, the man who inspired Obama's book - "Audacity Of Hope." It simply cannot be denied that this man is a racist and a Black Nationalist. So, Why Does Obama's Pastor Matter? Because when Rev. Wright's controversial statements and positions recently became more widely publicized, Obama said, "There are some things I agree with my pastor about, some things I disagree with him about." It is the duty of every American voter to determine exactly where those agreements and disagreements lie.

Let's not forget that the Obamas chose to go to make this their church!

Here's Obama's mentor and pastor for the last 20 years saying "God Damned America," and much more. This, while Obama says on the video that he doesn't think Wright is particularly controversial. This ABC News review (referenced in below video - HT LGF) of dozens of Rev. Wright's sermons, offered for sale by the church, found repeated denunciations of the U.S. based on what he described as his reading of the Gospels and the treatment of black Americans. [It has taken the MSM far too long to address the Obama's church relationship and its influence on them]

Geraldine Ferraro was vilified for a hell of a lot less, but of course she's white. In the minds of the Left and the MSM - f you're Black, its apparently okay to be a racist, condone racism, use it, ferment it, reference it, and preach it:

The title of Obama's second book, "The Audacity of Hope," was taken from a sermon by Barack Obama's controversial pastor Jeremiah Wright. In recorded sermons that may run afoul of IRS guidelines, sure to give the story legs - Wright compares Obama to Jesus, declares America a country controlled by "rich white people," and claims Jesus was "a poor black man who lived in a country and who lived in a culture controlled by rich white people." He goes on to claim that people are "hating" on Obama as he isn't "white, privileged and rich," as is Hillary Clinton. He closes by stating that, "Hillary ain't never been called a nigger!"

Links and commentary at Dan Riehl's place ....

In my view, Wright's comments aren't a hell of a lot different than what I hear out of the mouths of both Obamas, just less "refined." All forms of racism are equally as bad, reverse racism by Blacks and the plain old vanilla version by Whites, and regardless of the source. While I await with bated breath to hear condemnation of Wright from the Obamas, both of them, I have great doubt it will be forthcoming.

More and more it appears that the Obamas, especially Michelle Obama and their pastor (Barack has slanted his rhetoric to appear less racist than his wife - but still plays the race card), are more racist than anyone I've seen in the political arena in years, Jackson and Sharpton being the exceptions. At least Jackson and Sharpton have somewhat of an excuse - they make their living race baiting while painting Blacks as victims and trying to convince Blacks to ask for a handout instead of being the contributing members that they are fully capable of becoming.

As Jim Geraghty writes at NRO in his piece titled Is Obama Being 'Jesse-ized' By the Day?:

... we've previously heard an unorthodox assessment of the American character from Michelle Obama; that, we were told, was a poor word choice or that she couldn't have meant what she actually said. Well, now we're hearing about how rotten a place America is from Obama's pastor as well as from his wife. It's getting harder and harder to believe Barack Obama himself doesn't at least partially share their opinion.
Indeed. More and more it's ever-more apparent that it's a fair question to ask: "What kind of man attends a church in which the pastor says, 'God Damn America' over and over?" What kind of father brings his children to such a church? Is it fair to wonder if this is the place where Michelle Obama is getting some of her American hating ideas?"

Related: Bill Cosby and Black Responsibility: The Problem of 'Blaming the Victim'

Other coverage: When Does The Racial Reconciliation Begin?, Obama's Pastor & Mentor G-Damns America, Question for Barack Obama: What part of the gospel promoted racism?,

Posted by Richard at March 13, 2008 7:04 AM

So, Rev. Wright is all riled up that, quote:
"Hillary ain't never been called a nigger" (if at least he would speak English correctly like Obama!)

I would tell Rev. Wright, to quote black comedian Chris Rock in one of his HBO comedic monologues, that: "There are black people, and then there are niggers", and I would argue that by his own words, the enormous racist chip he carries on his shoulder, and the venom he spews from his pulpit, the so called "Reverend" Wright is simply what he is.

To quote Shakespeare: "A rose by any other name..." Well, Rev. Wright by any other name...

But then, nowadays even embittered former Mondale VP candidate Geraldine Ferraro - a rabid democrat believer in equality - gets called a "racist" for calling "an apple an apple", and stating the obvious: Obama would not be where he is now, nor have become the pampered "darling" of the media - given all the passes, the favoritism, and the continuous grovelling coverage - had he not been black.

Posted by: Althor at March 15, 2008 11:13 AM

It's hard not to agree with Althor and Geraldine. And as for that nutcase Wright, I see him as the only "nigger" (Wright's choice of word, not mine) in this mess.

BTW, isn't about time for more "Althor" posts???

Posted by: Richard at March 15, 2008 1:25 PM

watch this and see the humor......

Posted by: bugs at March 18, 2008 10:40 PM

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