June 2, 2008
OBAMA Rev. MEEKS AD, 2004 Radio Ad Never heard outside of Illinois Until NowTopics: Political News and commentaries
Obama may have thrown Trinity United under the bus after being outed for his long-time association with the radical church and the radical preachers associated with it, but this doesn't change the fact that Obama has made it a habit of surrounding himself with controversial anti-white racists and far left Marxists. Here, in this 2004 radio ad, Barack Obama chooses controversial, homophobic, Reverend James Meeks to endorse him:
Is this just another one of Obama's "distractions"?
When are distractions not distractions but, in fact, issues of character and judgment?
Not exactly the kind of judgment one wants in a president. Clearly, the kind of change Obama wants to bring to America is not the kind of change Obamamaniacs foolishly and naively believe he represents. He supports the most extreme agenda ever proposed for the American people. Yet most of his supporters don't have a clue because all they know is he represents 'change.' It would be good to remember that Karl Marx brought change to Russia and Fidel Castro brought change to Cuba. Both forms of change came complete with chains that still bind people to the lie of Marxism. Change without knowing which direction the change will take us is a scary proposition."
Related: FOX News has learned that over the last 15 years, Trinity has received at least $15 million in grants from the federal government -- in other words, taxpayer money.
... after the Obama campaign learned FOX News was working on this report, it released a statement saying, "Barack Obama did not work to secure grant money for Trinity United Church of Christ while serving in the Illinois state Legislature or Congress."Hmmmmm....., why am I not surprised? Oh, and by the way; how much is Wright's new retirement home - paid for by Trinity United Church? And what about the attached $10 million line of credit. Those dollars had to come from somewhere.
But Jay Shafritz, an author and professor emeritus of public administration from the Graduate School of Public and International Affairs at the University of Pittsburgh, says at some level, politics invariably influences how government grant money is awarded.
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