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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!

RWD

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March 24, 2008 Posted by | 2008 Election, Blogroll, Chicago, Democrat, Jeremiah Wright, Liberal Democrat, News Site, Political, POLITICS, President, Presidential Candidate, RIGHTWINGDOG, Senator | , , , | 2 Comments

Rev. Jeremiah Wright is still Wrong!

I was asked by several people to give my feelings about Obama’s speech today. I watched the entire speech. I did not see or hear any news comments on it as of this writing:

The man is an accomplished speaker, uses the right kind of words and has the “triggers” at the correct places. However, he: 

    1)  Spoke more about defending Wright than condemning him and/or his words. He did acknowledge that he WAS in the church at times and heard the controversial comments made by Wright. He now denounces that commentary but in a way later on in the speech he condoned it.

    2)  Spoke more about black rights and their move upward than about acceptance by whites than acceptance of whites

    3)  It seemed he forgot, at least with many of the white people I knew in business, that white people are happy to see blacks move up, work hard, get an education and succeed, many of my best employees were black.

    4)  Had many of what I would consider borderline racial comments and conclusions

5)  The speech, for a non-campaign type speech, sure had a few shots at McCain, Clinton and the Conservative media, talk show hosts and conservative population in general, espoecially toward the end.

 I could go on but in conclusion I will say he made a good speech.

He didn’t offer anything to solve the problem other than the usual rhetoric and I do not think the Rev. Wright situation nor will the Rezko situation go away.

I also still say that while I believe Ferraro was wrong in the way she either said or was interpreted, I believe she is correct. His position, his celebrity, his success in the campaign thus far IS because he is black! He pulls the great majority of black voters away from Clinton (I would expect that), he gathers support from white liberals who are trying to take the edge off their own negative racial beliefs and he energizes the young, inexperienced and possibly first time voter. Add all that to the general dislike that people have always voited for Hillary Clinton and you have a front runner who is Barack Obama!

RWD

March 18, 2008 Posted by | 2008 Election, Blogroll, Chicago, Democrat, Liberal Democrat, McCain, Obama, Political, POLITICS, President, Presidential Candidate, RIGHTWINGDOG, Senator | , , , | 2 Comments