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Barack Obama Agrees with “The United States of White America” Racism

I’m going to continue to repeat this obvious point of this entire situation: any normal, non-racist, non America-hating person would get up and leave their Church if they heard their preacher spouting this kind of nonsense: Obama “Nodded In Agreement” At A Wright Anti-American Sermon

Wright laced into America’s establishment, blaming the “white arrogance” of America’s Caucasian majority for the woes of the world, especially the oppression suffered by blacks. To underscore the point he refers to the country as the “United States of White America.” Many in the congregation, including Obama, nodded in apparent agreement as these statements were made.

As Ace notes, even if Obamorons want to claim that Obama was not nodding in agreement, this, at the very least, proves that Obama is a bald-faced LIAR in saying he never heard his racist, America-hating “mentor” spew this crap when he was attending Church.

It is time for Obamania to fall on its race-baiting ass.

Oh, and while we’re at it, hopefully the racist leftist Oprah will go down in flames with Obama and Wright, considering she is also a member of this racist Church. It’s about damn time she was exposed as the racist Leftist scum that she is.

Also see: 

Obama Never Heard Wright’s “Controversial” Statements? Funny, He Writes About Them In His Memoir

And Even More On That: This time from Mark Steyn.

I’m not a believer in guilt by association, or the campaign vaudeville of rival politicians insisting this or that candidate disassociate himself from remarks by some fellow he had a 30-second grip’n’greet with a decade ago. But Jeremiah Wright is not exactly peripheral to Barack Obama’s life. He married the Obamas and baptized their children. Those of us who made the mistake of buying the senator’s last book, The Audacity of Hope, and assumed the title was an ingeniously parodic distillation of the great sonorous banality of an entire genre of blandly uplifting political writing discovered circa page 127 that in fact the phrase comes from one of the Reverend Wright’s sermons. Jeremiah Wright has been Barack Obama’s pastor for 20 years — in other words, pretty much the senator’s entire adult life. Did Obama consider God Damn America as a title for his book but it didn’t focus-group so well?Ah, well, no, the senator told ABC News. The Reverend Wright is like “an old uncle who says things I don’t always agree with.” So did he agree with goofy old Uncle Jeremiah on September 16th 2001? That Sunday morning, Uncle told his congregation that the United States brought the death and destruction of 9/11 on itself. “We nuked far more than the thousands in New York and the Pentagon, and we never batted an eye,” said the Reverend Wright. “We have supported state terrorism against the Palestinians and black South Africans, and now we are indignant because the stuff we have done overseas is now brought right back to our own front yards.”

Is that one of those “things I don’t always agree with”? Well, Senator Obama isn’t saying, responding merely that he wasn’t in church that morning.

There are many preachers who would be happy to tell their congregations “God damn America.” But Barack Obama is not supposed to be the candidate of the America-damners: He’s not the Reverend Al Sharpton or the Reverend Jesse Jackson or the rest of the racial-grievance mongers. Obama is meant to be the man who transcends the divisions of race, the candidate who doesn’t damn America but “heals” it — if you believe, as many Democrats do, that America needs healing.

I’d like to check the record as to Obama’s whereabouts on Sept. 16th, 2001. If he wasn’t in church that day — where the hell was he?

And is he really trying to tell us no one, no one informed him Wright had laid the blame for the deaths of 3000 Americans, quite predictably, at the feet of American evil?

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March 15, 2008 , 3:25PM - Posted by | Barack Obama, Black Liberation Theology, Racism, Reverend Dr Jeremiah Wright, Trinity United Church of Christ

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