“G- Damn America. Obama ’08”
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Perhaps Barack Obama’s repudiation of the Reverend Jeremiah Wright was insignificant for either one of them. Reverend Wright and Barack Obama’s friendship now appears resurrected. Reverend Wright has come out of retirement to continue to profess his admiration and support of Barack Obama. Even after all the controversial statements.
This man cannot live in silence. In a speech to the Wheeler Avenue Baptist Church in Houston, Texas, on August 31, 2008, he spoke of God turning the ordinary into the extraordinary. Indeed, he must assail the critics of his Pseudo-son/Mini-me, and help him rise into the White House! Oh yes, and his wife too, his quote seems to imply.
“Twenty years ago, a scrawny little kid with a pointed nose and big ears — mama from Kansas and daddy from Kenya,” he began. “An ordinary black boy raised in a single-parent home. The boy walked into my office 20 years ago to talk about his dream for a community that concentrated on things that we could achieve in common, things that united us rather than to focus on all the problems and the issues in the community about which we disagree or the things that divided us.”
“The Lord turned the ordinary into the extraordinary. Y’all just saw it this past week. It was on national television,” Wright said to applause. “This ordinary boy just might be, come November, the 4th, this ordinary boy from a single parent home with a daddy from Kenya and a mama from Kansas. This ordinary boy just might be the first president in the history of the United States to have a black woman sleeping at 1600 Pennsylvania, legally.“
Enigma. Since when is running for the Presidency about where a woman sleeps, let alone a woman’s ethnicity?
For more loony and incendiary comments courtesy of Reverend Wright, click here for a collection. Barack Obama’s preacher for twenty years, the one Obama himself sought out to help him make a name for himself. Reverend Jeremiah Wright, Barack Obama’s mentor. The gift that keeps giving.
“Can’t Sleep. Clowns Will Eat Me.”
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