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I'll admit, I'm not a fan of Barack Obama. It has nothing to do with the color of his skin. It has nothing to do with who his father was or his ancestry. Nothing. I disagree with his political ideology - I'm about as far from Barack on the political spectrum as I am George Wallace or Harry Reid. I'm not exactly thrilled with GW for that matter, but that's a blog for another day.
The surfacing of transcripts and video from Trinity United Church has left me with a whole new level of disgust for politics. Many folks are rushing to stake the political claim that who we associate with has no bearing on who we are or what we believe. Just because Dr. Wright espouses a particular set of beliefs doesn’t mean that Barack feels the same way or worse, should be judged by his association with this particular pastor and congregation.
Well, that old dog just don't hunt.
Barack and his family have spent twenty years attending Trinity United Church of Christ. They were married in the church - by Dr. Wright no less. The Obama's daughters were baptized in the church. He admits to tithing on a regular basis. He calls Dr. Wright his "spiritual advisor" and describes him as "like an uncle."
I don't know about your church, but our Church is clear on its mission. "We are a community who gather for worship, study and fellowship, and go out to serve Christ in our homes, the community and the world." Compare that mission statement to the ethnic centered philosophy of Trinity United Church of Christ, Barack Obama's church home, which in their "10 point vision" doesn't include a commitment to God but does include a commitment to "Africa, liberation, restoration and economic parity."
"The forces of division have begun to raise their ugly head again..." Barack Obama - Town hall meeting; Plainfield, Indiana March 15, 2008.Who exactly is injecting race into the campaign, sir?
Then of course we have Michelle Obama's ludicrous statement, “For the first time in my adult life, I am proud of my country, because it feels like hope is making a comeback.” Truly? The current Presidential campaign for which her husband is a candidate is the FIRST time since 1982 that she has been proud of the United States of America? Personally I can think of a million things about this country which make me swell with pride.
If these comments had been made by any other candidate they would no longer be in the race. They would have been forced to abandon their campaign and head home with their tail tucked between their legs... and rightfully so. This is a campaign for the office of the President of The United States. Based on what I've seen so far Barack Obama is not ready to be handed the keys to 1600.... and he may never be if he subscribes to the riotous philosophy of Dr. Jeremiah Wright and Trinity United Church of Christ.
Pointing out racial differences only makes it harder to "deliver on the big issues we face in this country."Barack Obama - Town hall meeting; Plainfield, Indiana March 15, 2008.I agree wholeheartedly, Senator Obama. Perhaps you should call Dr. Wright and tell him how you feel... then pack your bags and go home. Your brand of politics is not what this country needs.
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