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Barrack Hussein Obama's Advisor, Mentor & Pastor.

Post by Admin on Sat Mar 15, 2008 3:35 pm

Obama Hussein's Racist Mentor/Advisor/Pastor.

View clip & keep in mind, Obama is STILL a member & supporter of this church, pastor, and Reverend Wright is STILL one of his campaign advisors & mentor!
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Re: Barrack Hussein Obama's Advisor, Mentor & Pastor.

Post by KaptainSteve on Sun Mar 16, 2008 8:14 am

Ya, Barrack Hussein demands that Ferarro leave the Clinton campaign for her alleged "racist" remark yet doesn't think for a second about removing the "reverend" Wright.

This guys BAD NEWS!
Think he's not an outright MARXIST???

Did you know that Barrack Hussein's proposed Federal Income Tax rate is over

50%!!!!


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Re: Barrack Hussein Obama's Advisor, Mentor & Pastor.

Post by KaptainSteve on Sun Mar 16, 2008 1:03 pm

Obama Hussein Throws his "Advisor Overboard!!!


So, Obama Hussein smartened up and threw, right immediately after this posting, his most visible liability (besides his blatant Marxism) overboard.

Smart move, even if I must and hate to admit it.


March 15 (Bloomberg) -- The Reverend Jeremiah Wright Jr., whose sermons raging against the U.S. have sparked controversy, is no longer formally tied to Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama's campaign, an Obama spokesman said late yesterday.

Obama gave $22,500 to the church in 2006, according to his income tax records. Trinity, whose motto is ``Unashamedly Black and Unapologetically Christian,'' espouses a ``black value system'' emphasizing commitment to the black community, family and work ethic.

Obama said he wasn't aware of Wright's incendiary comments until he began running for president early last year.

``If I had heard any of these statements, I probably would have walked up and I probably would have told Reverend Wright that they were wrong,'' Obama, 46, told CNN.

Let's not be fooled, this Move was made purely for political expediency.

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Obamas's Ignorance Claim DISPROVED!

Post by KaptainSteve on Tue Mar 18, 2008 5:46 am

Obama Attended Hate America Sermon


Clarification: The Obama campaign has told members of the press that Senator Obama was not in church on the day cited, July 22, because he had a speech he gave in Miami at 1:30 PM. Our writer, Jim Davis, says he attended several services at Senator Obama's church during the month of July, including July 22. The church holds services three times every Sunday at 7:30 and 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. Central time. While both the early morning and evening service allowed Sen. Obama to attend the service and still give a speech in Miami, Mr. Davis stands by his story that during one of the services he attended during the month of July, Senator Obama was present and sat through the sermon given by Rev. Wright as described in the story. Mr. Davis said Secret Service were also present in the church during Senator Obama's attendance. Mr. Davis' story was first published on Newsmax on August 9, 2007. Shortly before publication, Mr. Davis contacted the press office of Sen. Obama several times for comment about the Senator's attendance and Rev. Wright's comments during his sermon. The Senator's office declined to comment.

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Re: Barrack Hussein Obama's Advisor, Mentor & Pastor.

Post by KaptainSteve on Tue Mar 18, 2008 5:46 am

Contrary to Senator Barack Obama’s claim that he never heard his
pastor Jeremiah A. Wright, Jr. preach hatred of America, Obama was in
the pews last July 22 when the minister blamed the “white arrogance” of
America’s Caucasian majority for the world’s suffering, especially the
oppression of blacks.
Senator Obama has sought to separate himself from his pastor’s
incendiary remarks, issuing a statement Friday rejecting them as
“inflammatory and appalling” but failing to renounce Wright himself for
his venomous and paranoid denunciations of America.
In his press release, Obama claimed, “The statements that Rev.
Wright made that are the cause of this controversy were not statements
I personally heard him preach while I sat in the pews of Trinity
[United Church of Christ] or heard him utter in private conversation.”
Appearing on cable news shows this past weekend, Obama claimed
when he saw recent videos that have Wright making such comments as “God
damn America,” he was “shocked.” Obama implied that the reverend had
not used such derogatory language in any of the church services Obama
attended over the past two decades. If Obama’s claims are true that he was completely unaware that
Wright’s trademark preaching style at the Trinity United Church of
Christ has targeted “white” America and Israel, he would have been one
of the few people in Chicago to be so uninformed. Wright’s reputation
for spewing hate is well known.
In fact, Obama was present in the South Side Chicago church on
July 22 last year when Jim Davis, a freelance correspondent for
Newsmax, attended services along with Obama. [See: ”Obama’s Church: Cauldron of Division.”]

In his sermon that day, Wright tore into America, referring to
the “United States of White America” and lacing his sermon with
expletives as Obama listened. Hearing Wright’s attacks on his own
country, Obama had the opportunity to walk out, but Davis said the
senator sat in his pew and nodded in agreement.
Addressing the Iraq war, Wright thundered, “Young
African-American men” were “dying for nothing.” The “illegal war,” he
shouted, was “based on Bush’s lies” and is being “fought for oil
money.” Obama’s most famous celebrity backer, Oprah Winfrey began attending Wright’s church in 1984. Last year, Newsmax magazine reported that Winfrey abruptly stopped attending years ago,
and suggested that she did so to distance herself from Wright’s
inflammatory rhetoric. She soon found herself a target of Wright, who
excoriated her for having broken with “traditional faith.”
The Reverend Wright’s anti-white theology that Senator Obama
expressed surprise over is evident on the church’s website. The site
says the congregation subscribes to what it calls the Black Value
System, which is described as a disavowal of “our racist competitive
society” and the pursuit of “middle-classness.” That is defined as a
way for American society to “snare” blacks rather than “killing them
off directly” or “placing them in concentration camps,” just as the
country structures “an economic environment that induces captive youth
to fill the jails and prisons.” “In the 21st century, white America got a wake-up call after
9/11/01,” Wright wrote in the church-affiliated magazine Trumpet four
years after the attacks. “White America and the western world came to
realize that people of color had not gone away, faded into the woodwork
or just ‘disappeared’ as the Great White West kept on its merry way of
ignoring black concerns.”

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Re: Barrack Hussein Obama's Advisor, Mentor & Pastor.

Post by KaptainSteve on Tue Mar 18, 2008 5:46 am

The Relationship Unravels
Senator Obama now is attempting to minimize his long and close relationship with the controversial minister.
On Friday, John McCain’s campaign distributed a Wall Street
Journal op-ed “Obama and the Minister” written under my byline based on
my reporting for Newsmax going back to early January of this year.
The op-ed included details of a sermon Wright gave at Howard
University blaming America for starting the AIDS virus, training
professional killers, importing drugs, shamelessly supporting Israel,
and creating a racist society that would never elect a black man as
president. [See: “Obama’s Minister’s Hatred of America.”]
Obama’s campaign quickly responded to the Wall Street Journal
op-ed, posting a statement on the Huffington Post. In his statement,
Obama acknowledged that some of Wright’s statements have been
“inflammatory and appalling.”
Saying he strongly condemns Wright’s comments, Obama continued,
“I categorically denounce any statement that disparages our great
country or serves to divide us from our allies. I also believe that
words that degrade individuals have no place in our public dialogue,
whether it’s on the campaign stump or in the pulpit. In sum, I reject
outright the statements by Rev. Wright that are at issue.” [emphasis added]
Again, Obama moved to narrowly distance himself from specific
comments Wright had made, while still praising his minister in recent
interviews for leading him to Jesus and preaching a “social gospel.”
Obama went on to claim that he first learned about Wright’s
controversial statements when he began his presidential campaign. But
this assertion conflicts with the fact that just before Obama’s
nationally televised campaign kickoff rally on Feb. 10, 2007, the
candidate disinvited Wright from giving the public invocation. At the time, Wright explained: “When [Obama’s] enemies find out
that in 1984 I went to Tripoli” to visit Col. Muammar el-Qaddafi with
Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan, “a lot of his Jewish support
will dry up quicker than a snowball in hell.” According to Wright, Obama then told him, “'You can get kind of
rough in the sermons, so what we’ve decided is that it’s best for you
not to be out there in public.'” Still, Obama and his family prayed
privately with Wright just before the presidential announcement. Apparently Obama never foresaw Wright’s sermons making national
television or becoming a sensation on YouTube. But lending graphic
detail to the saga, ABC News and other networks began running a 2003
sermon in which Wright said, “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, that’s
in the Bible, for killing innocent people ... God damn America for
treating our citizens as less than human. God damn America for as long
as she acts like she is God and she is supreme.” [Click Here to see video]
Obama has described Wright as a sounding board and mentor.
Wright is one of the first people Obama thanked after his election to
the Senate in 2004. Obama consulted Wright before deciding to run for
president. The title of Obama’s bestseller “The Audacity of Hope” comes
from one of Wright’s sermons. Obama’s “Yes We Can!” slogan is one of
Wright’s exhortations.
Apologists for Wright have said that what he says is normal in
black churches, and many blacks claim such preaching cannot be
understood by whites.
“If you’re black, it’s hard to say what you truly think and not
upset white people,” the New York Times quoted James Cone as saying.
Cone is a professor at Union Theological Seminary and the father of
what is known as black liberation theology.
But Juan Williams, a Fox News commentator and author of
“Enough: The Phony Leaders, Dead-End Movements, and Culture of Failure
That Are Undermining Black America,” tells Newsmax that Wright’s
sermons reflect “the victim mindset that is so self-defeating in the
black community and one that is played on by weak black leadership that
chooses to have black people identified as victims rather than
inspiring them as people who have overcome. In posing as victims, they
say the most prejudiced and vicious things, not only about whites but
about America. They call it theology. In fact, it’s nothing but
bigotry.”
In failing to condemn Wright himself and claiming that he was
unaware of the preacher’s hate-filled speech, Obama is continuing a
longstanding pattern.

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Post by KaptainSteve on Tue Mar 18, 2008 5:46 am

Obama often refers to Wright as being "like an old uncle, who
sometimes says things I don't agree with." Wright is not Obama’s
“uncle” — a person born into a blood relationship — but a man he has
cultivated for decades as a close friend, mentor and adviser.
After Newsmax broke the story on Jan. 14 that Wright’s church
gave an award to Louis Farrakhan in December for lifetime achievement,
Obama again sought to denounce his minister’s action without
criticizing Wright himself. Like Wright, Farrakhan has repeatedly made hate-filled
statements targeting Jews (calling Judaism a “gutter religion”),
whites, and America. He has called whites “blue-eyed devils” and the
“anti-Christ.” He has described Jews as “bloodsuckers” who control the
government, the media, and some black organizations. After the Newsmax story, Obama issued a statement purportedly addressing the issue.
"I decry racism and anti-Semitism in every form and strongly
condemn the anti-Semitic statements made by Minister Farrakhan," Obama
said. Again, Obama was careful not to condemn Farrakhan himself or
Wright who had spoken adoringly of Farrakhan and put their church
behind the award to the controversial Nation of Islam leader. “When Minister Farrakhan speaks, black America listens,”
Trumpet quoted Wright as saying. “His depth on analysis [sic] when it
comes to the racial ills of this nation is astounding and eye-opening.
He brings a perspective that is helpful and honest.”
Obama adroitly said, “I assume that Trumpet magazine made its
own decision to honor Farrakhan based on his efforts to rehabilitate
ex-offenders, but it is not a decision with which I agree.” In fact, Trumpet is published by Wright’s church using the
church’s offices. Wright’s daughters serve as publisher and executive
editor. Having gotten away with sidestepping Wright’s adoring comments
about Farrakhan, Obama told Jewish leaders flatly in Cleveland on Jan.
24 that the award was because of Farrakhan’s work with ex-offenders. To
date, no news outlet has pointed out that Obama’s claim is false. Obama went on to explain away Wright’s anti-Zionist statements
as being rooted in his anger over the Jewish state’s support for South
Africa under its previous policy of apartheid. As with his claim that
the award to Farrakhan was made because of his work with ex-offenders,
Obama made that up. Wright’s statements denouncing Israel have not been
qualified in any way. On Fox News’ Hannity & Colmes on Friday, Obama said he
would have quit the church if he had “repeatedly” been present when
Wright made inflammatory statements. He was not asked why he did not
quit the church when it gave an award to Farrakhan.
Having considered Wright a friend and mentor for two decades,
Obama now often mentions that his pastor recently retired. Wright
suggested to the New York Times last year that he and Obama might have
to do something of a distancing act in the run up to the election.
"If Barack gets past the primary, he might have to publicly
distance himself from me," Wright was quoted by The New York Times. "I
said it to Barack personally, and he said, ‘Yeah, that might have to
happen.'"
Ronald Kessler is chief Washington correspondent of
Newsmax.com. View his previous reports and get his dispatches sent to
you free via e-mail. Go here now.

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Post by HooK on Tue Mar 18, 2008 8:22 pm

wha happen?

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