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The FIGHT for The RIGHT!

Is it Rev. Wright vs. Sen. Obama ??

The following quote is the headline from a Chicago Tribune Article taken off the Net:

Rev. Wright says ‘devious’ forces behind use of his words against Obama

I listened to Rev. Wright on the news from two of his Washington speechs and IMHO the good Reverend is trying to undermine the candidacy of Barack Obama.

Preposterous you say! Not so say I, he references things that Obama would like to keep out of the media such as Obama’s middle name “Hussein” and the attachment that Obama has with Reverend Wright. He will not apologize for his hate filled remarks and demands that the United States apologize for the treatment of African’s long ago.

I think, because of Wright’s actions and words (remember “WORDS DO MATTER”) that he is doing more DAMAGE to Obama than help and the reason is that Wright is trying to keep his own image clean.

Wright has more than had his 15 minutes of fame, lets let this anti-American and apparently anti-white preacher retire in peace in his majestic residence paid for by the people of his church.

That is if he will let us!!

He will not be quiet. He will not be muzzled. He is an attention whore!

RWD

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April 29, 2008 - Posted by | 2008 Election, Blogroll, Change, Chicago, Democrat, election, Islam, Jeremiah Wright, Liberal Democrat, NOBAMA, Obama, Political, POLITICS, President, Presidential Candidate, Senator

3 Comments »

  1. Great post. Wright is simply ego maniacal.

    He may just bring the Obamanation down!!

    Comment by Fr. J. | April 29, 2008 | Reply

  2. I don’t think he’s brining anything down. Nothing can bring down ties to the most despised President in modern history, even Buchanan provides his politically neutral opinion:

    Pat Buchanan, on MSNBC:

    “If President Bush is more unpopular than the Reverend Wright, the Republicans are in a lot of trouble.”

    And he is!

    How much bigger? 43 percent of respondents are concerned about the 71-year-old John McCain’s close ties to George Bush.

    36 percent have concerns about Clinton’s political opportunism, and 27 percent are concerned about Bill Clinton being back in the White House.

    34 percent have problems with Obama’s “bitter” remarks and 32 percent give a damn about Jeremiah Wright.

    Of course, Wright is about the only thing Republicans have on Obama beyond the “liberal elitist” thing they run against any Democrat by rote. But no matter how much they harp on it over the rest of the year, it’ll never have the effect that eight years of Bush have on McCain’s bid. So much so, in fact, that despite having two Democrats beating the crap out of each other, the November matchups still tilt Democratic:

    Of course, Wright is about the only thing Republicans have on Obama beyond the “liberal elitist” thing they run against any Democrat by rote. But no matter how much they harp on it over the rest of the year, it’ll never have the effect that eight years of Bush have on McCain’s bid. So much so, in fact, that despite having two Democrats beating the crap out of each other, the November matchups still tilt Democratic:

    McCain (R) 43
    Obama (D) 46

    McCain (R) 44
    Clinton (D) 45

    http://www.dailykos.com/storyonly/2008/4/30/19529/9632

    Comment by The Left | May 2, 2008 | Reply

  3. That about says it ALL!

    Comment by Watch Dog | May 3, 2008 | Reply


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