I Knew It, I Knew It, The Nation Of Islam Is Involved With Barack Obama And His Pastor
Now he is recieving death threat's and who is protecting him? THE NATION OF ISLAM!! This should really come as NO surprise to anyone.
Here we go, with Barack Obama that is who and what we would have to deal with The Nation of Islam, The Black Panthers, Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton, etc.
Enough is enough of this nonsense.
I have been saying this all along.
Foxnews has some of this story *snip*
The Rev. Jeremiah Wright taunted a gathering of journalists Monday in Washington, D.C., calling their coverage of his speeches an attack on the black church, while defending his claim that the U.S. was responsible for the terrorist attacks of 9/11.
Wright, the controversial former pastor of Barack Obama’s church, took dead aim at the U.S. government Monday — saying American soldiers in Iraq have died “over a lie” and calling the war “unjust” — as he called for reconciliation and understanding between blacks and whites.
Wright was speaking at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. as he continues a series of nationwide appearances following an uproar over remarks he made in some of his sermons delivered from the pulpit.
On Monday, he did not shy away from tossing sharp barbs, either at the media, at the government or at other public figures.
Answering his first question, Wright first chided the questioner for not having heard the whole sermon, and then defended comments he made shortly after the Sept. 11 attacks that the United States had brought terrorism onto itself.
“If you heard the whole sermon, first of all, you heard that I was quoting the ambassador from Iraq. … But Number Two, to quote the Bible: ‘Be not deceived. God is not mocked, for whatsoever you sew, that you shall’ –” he paused, and then some members of the audience responded, “Reap.”
He continued: “Jesus said do unto others as you would have them do unto you. You cannot do terrorism on other people and expect it never to come back on you. Those are biblical principles, not Jeremiah Wright bombastic, divisive principles.”
Wright also faced a question about his patriotism.”I served six years in the military. Does that make me patriotic?” he asked. “How many years did (Vice President Dick) Cheney serve?”
Wright also said fought off criticisms that he used “bombastic language” and fended off questions about Obama’s level of religious participation, even while painting Obama as a regular church-goer.
When Wright said Obama had distanced himself from speeches he had not heard in their entirety, Wright faced a follow up question on whether Obama was a regular attendee, or if he dozed during services.
He told the questioner: “He goes to church about as much as you do. What did your pastor preach in the last week? You don’t know?”
But Wright also said he wouldn’t refrain from criticism of Obama.
He said he has told Obama that if he is elected in November and is inaugurated in January, “I’m coming after you.” He said that’s because his differences are not with the American people, but U.S. policies.
“Whether he gets elected or not, I’m still going to have to be answerable to God on November 5 and January 21,” Wright said.
But during his remarks, Wright also sought to put space between what he called “attacks” on the black church and possibilities for racial harmony.
“The most recent attack on the black church, it is not an attack on Jeremiah Wright, it is an attack on the black church,” Wright said.
He frequently criticized the press, but also said the heightened scrutiny of him and the black church could serve as a bridge for reconciliation and a decrease in the kinds of racial hatred that were exhibited during slavery, apartheid and by groups such as the Ku Klux Klan.
“Maybe this dialog on race … can move the people of faith in this country from various stages of alienation and marginalization to the exciting possibility of reconciliation.”
Obama’s association with Wright came into question after media reports this spring examined speeches over the years by Wright. At one point he bellowed, “God damn America,” and he has referred to the United States as the “U.S. of KKK-A.” Wright recently retired as senior pastor of Trinity United Church of Christ in Chicago, where Obama has attended for the past 20 years.
The pastor has set out to set the record straight, last week appearing in his first interview since the controversy erupted, and over the weekend giving two sermons and making an appearance at an NAACP event Sunday night in Detroit.
On Monday, his address in Washington is part of a tw0-day symposium on the African-American religious experience.
Yet the controversy isn’t appearing to go away. Even as Republican presidential candidate John McCain condemns the North Carolina GOP for focusing on Obama and Wright’s relationship in a new advertisement, yet another ad — this time in Mississippi congressional district race — has surfaced.
The ad comes from Republican candidate Greg Davis, who is running against Democrat Travis Childers.
The ad says: “Obama says Childers will put progress before politics, but when Obama’s pastor cursed America, blaming us for 9/11, Childers said nothing. When Obama ridiculed rural folks for clinging to guns and religion, Childers said nothing. Travis Childers: He took Obama’s endorsement over our conservative values. Conservatives just can’t trust Travis Childers.”
Rest Of Story Here
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Ya know, I think Obama should keep Jeremiah Wright around for a while LOL
Here's an organization that is bound and determined to start a riot at the Democrat Convention. They want to Recreate 1968, this whole thing is getting out of hand! Maybe it's Obama who needs to back out of this campaign. They even have thier fist up in the air just like the Black Panthers and the Nation Of Islam!