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Wright Warned Obama but Obama didn’t plan for the Disaster

 The quote below is taken from CBSNEWS online. A liberal, Obama promoting website.

What they fail to say is that “Failing to plan is actually Planning to fail”. We need a President who thinks ahead, not one who waits for the shoe to drop!

“More than a year ago, Wright warned Obama and Moss that a presidential campaign made criticism of Trinity inevitable, but none of them anticipated fallout like this. Web sites and television news shows recalled Wright’s praise of Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan and played a greatest-hits compilation of Wright’s most incendiary comments: that Sept. 11, 2001, meant “America’s chickens are coming home to roost.” That former president Bill Clinton “did the same thing to us that he did to Monica Lewinsky.” That “racism is how this country was founded and how this country is still run.” “

The comments that were played came from the DVD called “The Best of Rev. Jeremiah Wright” that is for sale through the church. The snippets are factual/ What is not factual is Obama’s initial denial that he was unaware of the controversial commentary by Rev. Wright.

What is not right is Obama’s denouncing and then justifying those anti-American and anti-white comments in his speech last week.

What is not right is Obama’s comments about his grandmother raising him and sacraficing for him and then claiming her fears “made him cringe”.

Rev. Wright put a hard racial message out with his sermons and Senator Obama backed him up and in doing so, I believe greatly damaged his credibility in both the black and white communities.

That’s my opinion!


March 24, 2008 - Posted by | 2008 Election, Blogroll, Chicago, Democrat, Jeremiah Wright, Liberal Democrat, News Site, Political, POLITICS, President, Presidential Candidate, RIGHTWINGDOG, Senator | , , ,


  1. The racial problem in this country is a black behavior problem. There’s lots of earnest discussions about it, and liberals mostly blame “hidden racism,” but this is the essential reality. No liberal will admit this, and that’s why it’s an intellectually bankrupt philosophy. This behavior problem is the reason whites move to suburbs. It’s the reason blacks die so frequently in shootouts. It’s the reason blacks do worse in school, save less, have worse credit, and make neighborhoods less pleasant places to be. Some of this might be endemic, but black America, working with the same raw material, was not always this screwed up.

    Yes, of course, there are many exceptions to this rule. There are decent, humane, polite, Christian, and civilized black people. But they are not so numerous as they should be (or once were) and, most important, they tend to make excuses for their less well behaved brothers and sisters. In positions of leadership, their pandering is immense. Notice Obama asks much of white America–support for affirmative action, understanding of Wright and his raucous church–but only asks blacks to believe that this terrible weight of oppression can be lifted by supporting him and his run-of-the-mill liberal program, uniting with whites to go after evil corporations.

    Jeremiah Wright denies this black behavior problem exists and projects the various deficiencies, disorders, and hatreds of the black community on whites. He has to justify this rampant all-consuming hatred–hatred he foments every Sunday–with something, so he creates and recreates a bogeyman: the legions of white racists who continue to hold down black people. There is much smoke here, but almost no fire.

    Barack says, in effect, Wright’s is a correct analysis of the problem. Blacks at worst exacerbate or contribute to their own racism-caused problems. But he also says there’s hope for change through something he wants us to forget we’ve been trying for thirty years: liberal government programs and white acknowledgement of their current and past racist actions, including such egregious sins as his grandmother being scared of thuggish young black men.

    This is not a patriotic, humane, or sensible approach to the issue. It is, at best, the simulation of a courageous address about race. Obama falls back on the stale diagnosis and stale solutions of LBJ and the Great Society.

    Comment by Mr. Roach | March 24, 2008 | Reply

  2. I’m sure that once this article makes the rounds, the whole flap will have died out:


    Comment by outsider222 | March 24, 2008 | Reply

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