Monday, March 10, 2008

Obama Must Disavow His Dangerous Pastor and Racist Church

Update: Friday, March 14th:
By now most people have viewed the video released by ABC on Thursday of Obama's infamous race-baiting, America-hating, Black separatist mentor/pastor, “Rev”. Jeremiah Wright, calling on God to "Damn America." To view the video go to Obama’s Dilemma and Our Potential Tragedy

Original article begins here:
So Obama is the man who will unify all America? Don’t make bet on it! His continued support of his church and pastor makes a mockery of the word “unity.”

“Like a member of his family” is the way Obama refers to his good friend, pastor, and mentor, Rev. Jeremiah Wright Jr. Wright is the man who gives awards to the high profile head of the Nation of Islam racist and anti-Semite, Louis Farrakhan. Wright is a man full of the same racist venom as Farrakhan.

Obama tries to have it both ways saying that “there are things he(Wright) says with which Senator Obama deeply disagrees.” No there are not just a few “minor” racist “things” that Wright is saying – it’s the entire body of Wright’s constant message and that of his church.

Now the church is being investigated for violation of tax laws – and this is right and good!!!

Will the MSM call out Obama on this one? Will the pundits demand that Obama take a stand one way or another for once in his life??? Don’t make bet on it!

Read earlier articles and visit the church yourself on line and then make up your mind.

Obama’s Afro-Centric Church: A Non-Negotiable Commitment to Africa
Excerpt:
Here are the words posted on Obama’s church web page: We are a congregation which is Unashamedly Black . . . We are an African people, and remain "true to our native land," the mother continent, the cradle of civilization. . .

Obama’s Marxist Liberation Theology Church
Excerpt:
. . .The black Christ is he who threatens the structure of evil as seen in white society, rebelling against it, thereby becoming the embodiment of what the black community knows that it must become. . .To be a disciple of the black Christ is to become black with him. Looting, burning, or the destruction of white property are not primary concerns. Such matters can only be decided by the oppressed themselves who are seeking to develop their images of the black Christ. . .

What Obama's Church Preaches
Excerpt:
... afrocentric in the extreme would be a gross understatement. It's not simply afrocentric, it's African-centric. In fact, one could argue that this organization worships things African to a far greater degree than they do Christ, and gives the impression of being a separatist "church" in the same vein as do certain supremacist "white brethren" churches – or even Louis Farrakhan's Nation of Islam.

Here’s are some excerpts from today’s Wall Street Journal article, Obama Pastors' Sermons May Violate Tax Laws

“On Christmas morning, Rev. Jeremiah Wright Jr. compared presidential candidate Barack Obama's impoverished childhood to Jesus Christ's. "Barack knows what it means to be a black man living in a country and a culture that is controlled by rich white people," he then trumpeted. "Hillary [Clinton] can never know that."

Mr. Wright wasn't at a convention or a campaign stop. He was standing at the pulpit before the mostly African-American congregation of Chicago's Trinity United Church of Christ, where Sen. Obama has worshiped for more than 20 years.

THOU SHALT VOTE FOR...

• The News: Sen. Barack Obama's Chicago church has been promoting him -- and criticizing his rival Hillary Clinton -- from the pulpit.
• The Issue: Has the church violated federal law that restricts a church's political activity?
• What's At Stake: The church's tax-exempt status and its ability to raise money.

Mr. Wright, who will be ending his 36-year tenure as the church's senior pastor in June, has previously been criticized for comments deriding President George Bush and lauding Louis Farrakhan of the Nation of Islam. Now Mr. Wright's and his successor's repeated enthusiastic promotion of their famous parishioner may be running afoul of federal tax law, which says churches can endanger their tax-exempt status by endorsing or opposing candidates for public office.

Sen. Obama's campaign issued a statement saying that he has repeatedly stressed that personal attacks "have no place in this campaign or our politics, whether they're offered from a platform at a rally or the pulpit of a church." The statement also said he "does not think of the pastor of his church in political terms. Like a member of his family, there are things he says with which Senator Obama deeply disagrees.'' Mr. Wright declined to comment. . .

From the Pulpit
Some of the sermons mentioned Sen. Clinton or her husband in unflattering ways. During that Christmas morning sermon, Mr. Wright declared that Hillary Clinton "ain't had to work twice as hard just to get accepted by the rich white folk who run everything or to get a passing grade when you know you are smarter than that 'C' student sitting in the White House." On Jan. 13, Mr. Wright told the Trinity congregation that some people say, "'Hillary is married to Bill and Bill [has] been good to us.'" Mr. Wright continued, "No, he ain't!" Sen. Clinton's campaign didn't respond to requests for comment. . ."

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10 comments:

  1. Did you know that his church/pastor is under investigation because it's supposed to be tax exempt as a church, yet they preach politics and have politicians speaking there. Big trouble. (If you stated this, sorry I missed it.)

    Nothing may come of it, because the government would have to take on any number of other churches, specifically Black churches, that do the same thing.

    Debbie Hamilton
    Right Truth

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  2. He is a politician. Nuff said? Good piece.

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  3. great post...Obama Must Disavow His Dangerous Pastor and Racist Church ..but dont hold your breath for that one girl!

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  4. Obama will never disavow his chuch for alot of reasons but probably the biggest reason is that he belives in these things. Why should he say that the things he thinks IS true are wrong? I have read about him from leftist rightys and neutral sources and i have concluded that he is a racist. Another reason Obama will not disavow his church is because they have done to meny favors for him and discrediting them would be a slap in there face.

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  5. If Obama does not disavow his church, the GOP will have his head on a platter if he gets the nomination. That's the party that made some of America believe a man who went to Vietnam and was decorated was somehow less patriotic than a man whose daddy got him out of serving there. What do ya think they'll do with this information? Good luck winning ANY Southern states, not to mention the Jewish population, if this guy's your candidate.

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  6. Anonymity is fertilizer to the cowardice of racism.

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  7. So much for Obama's outrage at Geraldine Ferraro's comment that's made the news today. Her comment is small potatoes compared to what has come out of the mouths of his pastor and "minister" Farakkhan.

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  8. I think this is very interesting. People think that your average garden variety Christian is scary. They're not.
    But I gotta say that Obama's distorted perception Christianity is truly scary! Changing Bible meanings is not something I'd want to mess with.
    Since Obama thinks this country is so totally broken and his wife has never been proud to be an American before, why don't they just go somewhere else?
    Oh, that's right. There are a bunch of people in our country that are lost and they'll follow anybody.

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  9. Wow, so much to respond to, and I'm wondering if the host of this blog will actually let my comment stick around, but I'll make my point short, concise, and factual.

    First of all, Republicans are just as guilty for thinking the country is broken (especially when a liberal happens to be in office) as democrats. Bush claimed it was broken when he was trying to pick up office after Clinton, and Bush was left with a surplus! If that's his version of a broken country, then what does he consider the massive deficit that he's leaving office with?

    Secondly, every version of Christianity is different, and very specific to the community it grew out of. Bush's southern Baptist Church is far scarier to me than any Black Church Obama might be a part of. And by the way, what about all those white churches that have been investigated alongside the Black churches for tax fraud....? Not very many being mentioned here.

    Lastly, Obama's personal life is just that- his personal life. I would be more concerned about McCain's political life. Check out McCain's various viewpoints on the Iraq war, he's changed his mind about this one at least once, and one change of mind on the Iraq war was enough to prevent John Kerry from being elected for most Republicans. Republicans didn't want a flipflopper in office in 2004, why is that so different in 2008- could it have something to do with the fact that Obama is liberal and McCain is a Republican?

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  10. "Obama's personal life is just that- his personal life." EXCUSE ME, did you not hear that Obama is running for the presidency of the U.S.? Candidates for our president don't get to have a personal life. By the way, if that were otherwise you loons wouldn't be clammoring for John McCain's medical records.

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