If Mormonism Is Fair Game, so Is Jeremiah Wright


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“‘He’s always wanted to be in a band,’ she said softly.” When Obama told Wright of his assistant’s plans, Wright acknowledged that he tried to talk her out of moving. Why? Wright said that the boy “won’t have a clue about where, or who, he is.” Astonishing.

Wright said this to a biracial man, the product of a black man and a white woman? Wright said that the assistant’s son won’t know “who he is”? Didn’t Obama’s mom send a young Barack back to Hawaii to live with his white grandparents in order to get a premium education at the finest prep school in the state?

All Wright’s poor, single mother/assistant wanted was a safer neighborhood where her son would be able to join a band and wear a uniform, an opportunity not afforded at his urban school. Did Obama get up and leave after Wright outed himself as an anti-white racist who did not want the best for the son of his assistant? No. Obama joined his church.

Obama attended Wright’s “Audacity to Hope” sermon. Wright talked about war crimes and compared Sharpeville to Hiroshima. Sharpeville? In 1960, the South African apartheid government shot down unarmed protestors in the township of Sharpeville, killing 69 black men, women and children. Most of the dead were shot in the back, and nearly 200 more were wounded. Wright compared a morally justifiable bombing to the apartheid South African government’s murder of innocent blacks. Obama remained a church member.

As to Romney’s polygamous grandfather, what about polygamy of Obama’s father? “Obama’s father,” wrote The New York Times columnist Nicholas D. Kristof in 2008, “who apparently converted to Catholicism while attending a Roman Catholic school, was also polygamous in keeping with local custom, taking an informal Kenyan wife who preceded Obama’s mother but remained a consort … .”

Why is this relevant? After all, Obama has governed for three years, having shed his pastor. But when Obama instinctively sides with the black professor versus a white Cambridge cop doing his job; when Obama injects himself in the Trayvon Martin case, saying, “If I had had a son, he’d look like Trayvon”; when Obama falsely asserts that blacks and whites “receive very different sentences … for the same crime,” one can reasonably ask to what degree is Obama’s worldview colored and shaped by Jeremiah Wright — his angry, hostile anti-Semitic pastor of more than 20 years.

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  • truebearing

    I remember reading that Farrakhan called Obama 'the hope of the world" and "the messiah'", and this ecstatic praise despite Obama's alleged rejection of Islam. Apostasy is the worst sin in Islam, so what is going on that we don't know about?

    Reverend Wright also supposedly rejected Islam to become Christian, but has yet to utter a Christian thought. What of his friendship with Farrakhan despite his apostasy?

    Obama's father was a drunk, a bigamist, and a polygamist. I can't see how attacking romney on religion makes any sense, unless it is calculated to suppress the evangelical vote. It won't work. They learned their lesson by supporting Mr. Evil last election.

    • jacob

      I don't know about the Evangelical vote but the stupidity shown by those at the places OBAMA has poured
      his BS tells me that stupidity is infinite. Matter of fact, I didn't believe one word of his "CHANGE" promises
      because I knw what was going to happen, the Trojan Horse for his "socialism" , "CHANGE" promises
      being the "socialist" Trojan horse to come into power….
      And yes, now the religion card is coming out…only difference being that ROMNEY is not McCAIN and if
      OBAMA and company want to play dirty, I don't believe ROMNEY is the man to take it lying down….
      Perhaps the DIVINE ONE may go for wool and come out sheared as with al, his rethoric and BS, I donm't
      see how is he goin g to defend what's indefensible…

  • jacob

    Mr MODERATOR :

    I guess I will rather stop reading FRONTPAGE MAGAZINE altogether.
    Yesterday my comment didn't even get what I got from you today, which gives me the feeling of being
    a "personna non grata" to FPM and since I prefer not to be where I'm not welcome, I rather quit…

    Thanks for nothing
    Jacob

    • StephenD

      Don't you do it! I for one appreciate your posts.

    • AdultDiaperPatriot

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  • oldtimer

    Who is Obama's spiritual advisor now? Is it still Jim Wallis? He is as radical only more subtle.

  • EthanP

    While I have problems with Mormons baptizing Jews posthumously, and there are a few polygamist cooks out there. My main oppinion of Mormons is of honest, hard working, community oriented people. Not bad qualities for a president.

    • Chiggles

      I take it you're boycotting polygamist restaurants, then.

  • johnnywoods

    Write and al-Obama are fellow travelers in that they are both moooslims and communists. They both hate America and want to destroy her from the inside.

  • James

    It will be interesting to see if the religious "issue" comes up. To be honest, I think this will be a rather civil election. Obama doesn't want to paint himself negative and Mitt Romney is a far more positive candidate than Santorum and Gingrich.
    http://www.mittromneyjobcreation.com/