03/27/2008 - 4:38am
Pastor Wright is at it again, spreading the love. You have to respect the fact that the good reverend doesn't use cliche slurs in his attempts to diminish his fellow man based on their most superficial characteristics. Nope - he creates new slurs, uniquely his own. But here's the good news, Italians - it appears that Pastor Wright doesn't consider you to be typical white people. Here are some of his writings from the Trumpet Magazine:

(Jesus') enemies had their opinion about Him," Wright wrote in a eulogy of the late scholar Asa Hilliard in the November/December 2007 issue. "The Italians for the most part looked down their garlic noses at the Galileans."

Wright continued, "From the circumstances surrounding Jesus' birth (in a barn in a township that was under the Apartheid Roman government that said his daddy had to be in), up to and including the circumstances surrounding Jesus' death on a cross, a Roman cross, public lynching Italian style. ...

"He refused to be defined by others and Dr. Asa Hilliard also refused to be defined by others. The government runs everything from the White House to the schoolhouse, from the Capitol to the Klan, white supremacy is clearly in charge, but Asa, like Jesus, refused to be defined by an oppressive government because Asa got his identity from an Omnipotent God."

I'll ask you again - how is it possible for Barack to be elected President considering his close, continued alliance with this man? It doesn't seem to me that his fancy footwork on his speech last week, as clever as it was, saves him from the reality that there is no excuse for their close, longterm relationship.
03/26/2008 - 5:10pm
Hillary raises the stakes, and loses the hand, on her Bosnia "misremember."

03/26/2008 - 4:42pm
Thanks to Candace for sharing a wonderful Obama-Girl attack on Hillary. This demonstrates well the level of thoughtfulness of those who support Barack. Do you think this is intended as a slap at his supporters?

03/25/2008 - 10:56pm
After 11 days, the numbers indicate the damage to Barack from Pastorgate is sticking, but surprisingly moderate. Barack was beating Hillary in national polls by 7 points a couple of weeks ago, now she has a two point lead. His positives have gone from 51-46% - all according to Rasmussen.
03/25/2008 - 5:12pm
Okay, this takes us back a few days, so it may be hard for you to relate to, but I just discovered this column by Linda Chavez. She very nicely sums up what Barack did wrong a week ago in the greatest speech of all time. Since her arguments reflect many I've been making, I wanted you to have a chance to hear her way of thinking.
03/24/2008 - 12:59pm
In his new column, Robert Novak explains what we talked about on my radio show yesterday, that Barack made himself into a black candidate with his speech on Tuesday. Novak reports that the Democratic masterminds are now feeling trapped - if they need to abandon Obama and go with Hillary, how can they, given that he is the black candidate and they are dependent on the black vote? So, Dems lose if they nominate Obama because he's made himself into someone who makes white voters uncomfortable and they lose if Hillary is selected because they are abandoned by blacks and new voters who stay home.

Here's Novak.
03/24/2008 - 12:43pm
Interesting little observations in the Washington Post today about Barack's willingness to take credit for things he had nothing to do with in the U.S. Senate. Its not a surprise, I suppose, given that he's spent two out of his three years in office running for president. What could he have actually been involved in? But it does say something about character when a man is willing to take credit for the labor of others, doesn't it.

I remember as a kid how impacted I was when Bobby Orr would correct the judges when he felt they were being too generous in awarding him an assist. These anecdotes about Barack suggest he takes the opposite approach.

Here's the story.
03/23/2008 - 5:33pm
One of the important thing that's been displayed by the Pastor Wright controversy is just how blinded by lust the beautiful people are in their love affair with Barack.

All gagga you silly people are over an ordinary speech that pretended to be about race.

Listen wackos, you want to fix the race problems in this country, here's what you have to do.

1) Never vote for another democrat
Democrats control the schools and the cities, and this is where black anger is nurtured. Democrats get everything they want for the schools, which happens not to include good results, but does include the agenda handed them by their partners in crime, the teachers' unions.

2) Get poor people an education.
The schools which are owned and operated by democrats celebrate diversity, inclusion, mainstreaming, sustainability, secularism, self-esteem, and a plethora of wonderful, good things. They just don't think its very important to educate people. The biggest scandal in modern America is that democrats give high school diplomas to people who can't read and write and speak english. What could be more racist than that?

Educate blacks for a generation or two, and they'll be too busy, too successful, and too savvy to be sitting in church listening to clever entertainers like Jeremiah Wright.

Why was Barack sitting there with all his education? How else does a Harvard educated light skinned black guy raised by two white women gain acceptance in the black community? He obviously doesn't buy into Wright's nonsense - no one believes that.
03/23/2008 - 5:26pm
Yes, Barack's speech was brilliant. But not for the reason you think.

He cleverly made it seem that there was a larger concept at issue in the controversy over Pastor Wright, that of race, instead of having us stay on topic. The real topic is what in the world was Barack doing hanging around with this guy for 20 years. That's the discussion that should take place, but Barack seems to have succeeded in throwing the hounds off the scent.

However, he has been damaged, losing 15 points or so in people's minds when the pollsters ask if Barack has what it takes to unite the country. That's a body blow. But one Barack figures he can sustain. Let's be realistic - no one in the Obama camp thought he was going to get away with being an angel descended from above forever.

And they knew this blow was coming.... going back at least a year, when Barack started visibly distancing himself from Wright.
03/23/2008 - 5:05pm
There goes Bill again, trying to turn Hillary's run for president into a mess not just for her, but for his legacy as well. Never missing a chance to inject race into the campaign, you have to figure he's a bit overexcited to find out that Barack is thinking the same way! Here's what the former Prez had to say:

"I think it would be a great thing if we had an election year where you had two people who loved this country and were devoted to the interest of this country," Clinton said, "and people could actually ask themselves who is right on these issues, instead of all this other stuff that always seems to intrude itself on our politics.

"So that's my argument for her."

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