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NAACP assails N.C. Republican ad (an effort to smear the black community and “prophetic ministers”)
FayObserver ^ | 4/26/08 | Mike Baker

Posted on 04/26/2008 12:09:07 PM PDT by Libloather

NAACP assails N.C. Republican ad
By Mike Baker
The Associated Press
Published on Saturday, April 26, 2008

RALEIGH — The North Carolina branch of the NAACP said Friday a Republican advertisement that includes a clip of Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama’s former pastor is racially divisive.

NAACP leaders blasted the North Carolina GOP for producing an ad that shows footage of Rev. Jeremiah Wright’s fiery comments about the U.S. The group said the ad takes Wright’s words out of context in an effort to smear the black community and “prophetic ministers.”

“It’s a fundamentally race-baiting ad,” said Rev. William Barber, state NAACP president. “And it inserts racist sentiments.”

The sound bite shows Wright proclaiming from the pulpit “God damn America” for its racism and treatment of minorities. Obama has denounced the remarks.

The ad was posted online Wednesday. State Republican Party officials still plan to begin airing the ad on television Monday despite the objections of high-ranking Republicans, including likely GOP presidential candidate John McCain.

The ad claims to target two Democratic gubernatorial candidates who endorsed Obama, though the ad overwhelmingly focuses on the presidential candidate. Two television stations in Raleigh and Charlotte have vowed not to air the piece, calling it inflammatory.

Barber compared the ad to a media campaign in 1898, when several state newspapers distributed racist political cartoons and published stories focusing on black community crimes. The campaign preceded race riots in Wilmington that resulted in white supremacists overthrowing the local black government in the nation’s only recorded coup d’etat. The conflict left dozens of blacks dead and ushered in a new political era in the Jim Crow South.

“This is 2008, not 1898,” Barber said. “Race-baiting has long been the last resort of politicians who have racially divided North Carolinians to get elected.”

State GOP Chairwoman Linda Daves said the ad is completely factual and accused Democrats of trying to inject the race issue into the discussion.

“This tactic, designed to further drive a wedge between the people of North Carolina, is despicable and wrong,” Daves said in a statement. “This ad has absolutely nothing to do with race.”

North Carolina GOP spokesman Brent Woodcox said donors have responded by sending money to the party to help air the spot.

“(Donations) have been pouring in so quickly we can’t keep up with them,” Woodcox said. He said the total was still being tallied.

The ad begins with a photo of Obama and Wright together, followed by a clip of the firebrand pastor’s remarks. The spot calls Obama “too extreme for North Carolina” and then criticizes Democratic gubernatorial candidates Richard Moore and Bev Perdue.

Bob Orr, the only Republican candidate for governor to publicly oppose the ad, said the message hurts the party, and he asked officials to withdraw it.

“I do think the Democrats want to try and tar the party with the racism message, so I think they’re overreacting in that respect,” Orr said. “But it’s just the wrong ad, the wrong message, the wrong time.”

Because of the ad, campaign officials for Republican Sen. Elizabeth Dole won an agreement from Republican party officials at both state and national levels to ban political party advertisements during her re-election campaign.

Dole called on Democrats to follow suit, but the party said it will air ads focused on issues and criticized Dole for not doing more to stop the Wright spot.

Barber also likened the ad to former North Carolina Sen. Jesse Helms’ infamous 1990 spot that showed a white man crumpling a rejection letter while a narrator said the job had been given to a minority because of racial quotas. Helms won that election over former Charlotte Mayor Harvey Gantt, who is black.


TOPICS: Extended News; Government; News/Current Events; Politics/Elections
KEYWORDS: dncfalseprophets; eduardopena; falseprophets; naacp; nc2008; obama; republican; smithfield; williambarber; wright
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North Carolina GOP spokesman Brent Woodcox said donors have responded by sending money to the party to help air the spot.

Just do it.

1 posted on 04/26/2008 12:09:07 PM PDT by Libloather
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To: Libloather

I did.


2 posted on 04/26/2008 12:11:16 PM PDT by PeteB570 (NRA - Life member and Black Rifle owner)
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To: Libloather

The only racists are Osama Obama, his Minister of Hate and his Lieberal supporters.


3 posted on 04/26/2008 12:13:00 PM PDT by Free ThinkerNY ((((Truth to a Liberal, is like a crucifix to a vampire))))
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To: Libloather
“It’s a fundamentally race-baiting ad,” said Rev. William Barber, state NAACP president. “And it inserts racist sentiments.”

And this so-called Reverend of Barak Obama's comments about white people is what? Wright is not only a racists, he's a hypocrite too. Just as these idiots from the NC NAACP are hypocrites.

5 posted on 04/26/2008 12:15:20 PM PDT by SoldierDad (Proud Dad of a 2nd BCT 10th Mountain Soldier home after 15 months in the Triangle of death)
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To: Libloather
Maybe they should direct their venom at the jerk who made the racist statements in the first place: Jeremiah Wright.
6 posted on 04/26/2008 12:16:18 PM PDT by econjack (Some people are as dumb as soup.)
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To: Libloather
Screaming "Racism!" is soooooo Twentieth Century.

The Victim Industry needs new technology.

7 posted on 04/26/2008 12:16:25 PM PDT by WilliamofCarmichael (If modern America's Man on Horseback is out there, Get on the damn horse already!)
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To: Libloather

I’d like to remind the NAACP that in the Old Testament, false prophecy was a capital crime.


8 posted on 04/26/2008 12:17:14 PM PDT by RichInOC ("Bill, they're QUOTING me! God DAMN America!")
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To: Libloather

>>>Barber compared the ad to a media campaign in 1898, when several state newspapers distributed racist political cartoons and published stories focusing on black community crimes.

Not comparable at all. A cartoon is fictional depiction. Wrights statements were not.


9 posted on 04/26/2008 12:22:01 PM PDT by Calpernia (Hunters Rangers - Raising the Bar of Integrity http://www.barofintegrity.us)
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To: RichInOC

Talk about speaking truth to power. Hats off and best wishes to the NC GOP!


10 posted on 04/26/2008 12:23:27 PM PDT by Kanzan
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To: Libloather

The racist NAACP is calling the NC GOP racists.


11 posted on 04/26/2008 12:24:44 PM PDT by JohnLongIsland
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To: Libloather

“Because of the ad, campaign officials for Republican Sen. Elizabeth Dole won an agreement from Republican party officials at both state and national levels to ban political party advertisements during her re-election campaign.”

WTF?


12 posted on 04/26/2008 12:25:18 PM PDT by the gillman@blacklagoon.com (The republic is over kids!)
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To: Libloather
“It’s a fundamentally race-baiting ad,” said Rev. William Barber, state NAACP president. “And it inserts racist sentiments.”

Spoken like a man who's just qualified himself for a plum position on the John McCain 2008 campaign staff.

13 posted on 04/26/2008 12:26:22 PM PDT by KentTrappedInLiberalSeattle (If McCain really CAN "win without conservatives," then why do you care if I vote for him or not?)
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To: Libloather

Telling the truth is now “racially divisive.”

Never mind what POS scumbag, the Rev(ulsive) Wright said.

I hope the GOP has the intestinal fortitude and stones to tell the black race baiters to go f**k themselves.


14 posted on 04/26/2008 12:30:12 PM PDT by Levante
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To: Libloather

Campaign 2008 in a nutshell: ANY CRITICISM of Obama will be “racism.”


15 posted on 04/26/2008 12:31:54 PM PDT by FormerACLUmember (When the past no longer illuminates the future, the spirit walks in darkness.)
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To: Libloather
Did the NC NAACP or the national NAACP condem and demand the ad be pulled when an ad was run against republicans telling people if they voted republican black churches would burn?

I would wager a very large sum the answer is no.

16 posted on 04/26/2008 12:32:05 PM PDT by Phantom Lord (Fall on to your knees for the Phantom Lord)
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To: Libloather

Run the ad. Tell the truth. And oh, by the may, McCain’s a moron if he decides to continue the Bush “Turn Your Cheek” nonsense that has gone on for 8 years.


17 posted on 04/26/2008 12:34:32 PM PDT by toddlintown (My kingdom for a beer!)
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To: Calpernia
>>>Barber compared the ad to a media campaign in 1898, when several state newspapers distributed racist political cartoons and published stories focusing on black community crimes.

And those cartoons where in support of which party???

Democrat.

18 posted on 04/26/2008 12:35:07 PM PDT by Phantom Lord (Fall on to your knees for the Phantom Lord)
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To: Libloather

NAACP is nothing but a big pile of racist crappola.


19 posted on 04/26/2008 12:39:16 PM PDT by shankbear (Al-Qaeda grew while Monica blew)
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To: Libloather

If the NAACP believes in racial inclusiveness then why don’t they protest the fact hat the Congressional Black Caucus doesn’t allow white people to join.

http://www.politico.com/news/stories/0107/2389.html

Crass idiots and hypocrits.


20 posted on 04/26/2008 12:39:30 PM PDT by navyguy (Some days you are the pigeon, some days you are the statue.)
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To: Phantom Lord

>>>Democrat.

Not too publicly known about that:

http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/1383873/posts
Court Decides Reparations Suit Against Democrats

Posted on 04/14/2005 5:54:05 PM EDT by JulieRNR21

Court Decides Reparations Suit Against Democrats By Frances Rice

The U.S. District Court in Seattle, Washington issued a historic ruling in the landmark Reparations lawsuit (Case No. CV04-2442) filed against the Democratic Party by Rev. Wayne Perryman, author of the book entitled Unfounded Loyalty: An In-depth look into the Love Affair Between Blacks and Democrats.

Reacting to the court’s decision, Rev. Perryman, who will be the keynote speaker at the June 11, 2005 Empowerment Award Luncheon sponsored by the SaraMana Black Republican Club at the Sarasota Hyatt at 11:30 AM, thanked his supporters and said: “This case will become a permanent part of the United States Federal Judicial archives for years to come.”

Rev. Perryman said that he filed the 180-page Reparations lawsuit for two primary reasons: (1) To obtain redress for the crimes committed against African Americans by the Democratic Party and (2) To officially file a formal case against the Democratic Party as a permanent historic record.


21 posted on 04/26/2008 12:39:45 PM PDT by Calpernia (Hunters Rangers - Raising the Bar of Integrity http://www.barofintegrity.us)
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To: Libloather
Lets see Pennsylvania's Black voters 92% Obama, 8% Clinton and you want to talk racism!!! The BS is flowing full force:-()

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22 posted on 04/26/2008 12:40:30 PM PDT by geo40xyz (McCain, Obama or Hillarybeast possibility of 4 Supreme Court Justices, Gore @UN. The WINNER is?)
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To: Libloather

If the NAACP wants to make this about race, it will hurt Obama.


23 posted on 04/26/2008 12:41:15 PM PDT by kabar
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To: Libloather

NAACP - FO


24 posted on 04/26/2008 12:43:51 PM PDT by pissant (THE Conservative party: www.falconparty.com)
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To: Libloather

I wonder what the ratio is of Black Racists over White Racist? I would imagine 60/40 by what I read.


25 posted on 04/26/2008 12:47:38 PM PDT by fish hawk (The religion of Darwinism is dying. Thank God!)
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To: Libloather
"“This is 2008, not 1898,” Barber said. “Race-baiting has long been the last resort of politicians....

- like Al Sharpton? Jesse Jackson

Yet another self-anointed "reverand" steps forward to announce his membership in racist Wright's church of America and Whitey hatred.

Barber should look up what the word "racist" means. Then look in the mirror.

26 posted on 04/26/2008 12:50:23 PM PDT by Nathan Zachary
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To: Phantom Lord

Ref: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wilmington_Insurrection_of_1898


27 posted on 04/26/2008 12:54:18 PM PDT by mlstier ("The Right to Privacy does not trump the Right to Life" -- Bill O'Reilly)
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To: Libloather
The only thing “racist” about this ad is the race-baiting clowns who claim it's “racist” to criticize a nutjob “reverend” who screams “God Damn America” from his pulpit. These race-pimps don't want equality, they want immunity from criticism.
28 posted on 04/26/2008 12:54:23 PM PDT by ozzymandus
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To: Libloather

We don’t desire or need to smear the black community. Wright, Farrakhan, Sharpton, Jackson and Gangsta life are doing a real bang up job on their own and do more to hurt their image than any of us could do.

It’s hard to face your own shortcomings. Pull up your pants, lose the hate and join the human race!


29 posted on 04/26/2008 12:56:18 PM PDT by Califreak (Hangin' with Hunter-under the bus "Dread and Circuses")
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To: Libloather
I listened to what he had to say and the POS can go right to HELL with my blessings. As a retired vet I can only find disgust in his words.
GOD DAMN Rev Wright to HELL!!!!! May he rot in hell for all of eternity!!!!! Millions of better men than him have fought and died for our freedoms that he so easily abuses. I would love to tell him to his face that if he doesn't like our great nation then he needs to get the hell out and stay out!!! I fully understand that he has the right to preach bigotry and hate but that does not mean that he is guaranteed the right to say those nasty things without repercussions. He has been outed. The world has heard his words and knows him for the hate preaching bigot and racist that he is. Obama will be judged by the company he keeps and the good old Rev Wright is in full retreat trying to lie his way away from his own recorded words.
30 posted on 04/26/2008 1:01:35 PM PDT by oldenuff2no
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To: SoldierDad

I don’t get it. Wright saying it is not racist, but running HIS words in ad is????


31 posted on 04/26/2008 1:03:34 PM PDT by RDW
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To: Libloather

How is pointing out the racism and lack of patriotism of Obama’s pastor racist? Is the NAACP trying to say that Rev. Wright is typical of blacks? I wouldn’t think they wouldwant to stereotype blacks in that way, and in fact I would think that to do so would be rather racist.


32 posted on 04/26/2008 1:03:42 PM PDT by Unam Sanctam
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To: FormerACLUmember
Campaign 2008 in a nutshell: ANY CRITICISM of Obama will be “racism.”

Bingo.

33 posted on 04/26/2008 1:08:32 PM PDT by Jeff Chandler (It takes a father to raise a child.)
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To: Libloather
Its "racially divisive" to show up Jeremiah Wright as a racist and anti-American bigot. ROFLMAO!

"Show me just what Mohammed brought that was new, and there you will find things only evil and inhuman, such as his command to spread by the sword the faith he preached." - Manuel II Palelologus

34 posted on 04/26/2008 1:08:53 PM PDT by goldstategop (In Memory Of A Dearly Beloved Friend Who Lives In My Heart Forever)
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To: Libloather
BS. There is NOTHING in this ad that is even remotely offensive. It merely tells the truth about the American Left’s latest political godlet.

It raises a completely legitimate point. IF Rev Wright is the sort of person Obama has looked to for over 20 years for spiritual guidance. As President, who is he going to appoint to his cabinet? To be Judges? To fill Ambassadorships? To work in the Fed Bureaucracy?

35 posted on 04/26/2008 1:12:35 PM PDT by MNJohnnie (http://www.iraqvetsforcongress.com ---- Get involved, make a difference.)
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To: the gillman@blacklagoon.com
“Because of the ad, campaign officials for Republican Sen. Elizabeth Dole won an agreement from Republican party officials at both state and national levels to ban political party advertisements during her re-election campaign.”

Another gutless RINO.

36 posted on 04/26/2008 1:13:19 PM PDT by CedarDave (Obama says he loves America; so why does he associate with those whose hatred of it is so obvious?)
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To: Califreak
Why is there a "black community" anyways? That only divides a community and creates other exclusive communities, like the Hispanic community, Chinese community, Vietnamese community, etc. and creates a tribalism mentality, which ultimately fuels racism.

It should be the peoples community, and all should work together in it for everyone's humanbenefit.

To date, the only community that includes all people of all races is the community "the black community" points at with racist malice and calls the "white" community.

In reality, the "white community" does not exist. But to the black community, if the community leaders happen to be white skinned (doesn't even matter if they are a mix of faded olive skinned, yellow skinned, or red skinned people or light brown skinned.) it's called a white community. They feel their interests can only be served if the entire community is run by entirely black leaders, and all issues are black issues.

37 posted on 04/26/2008 1:19:17 PM PDT by Nathan Zachary
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To: Libloather

And what did McCain get in return for being a pussy-foot and demanding this ad be removed, claiming the Republicans are not going to campaign using attack ads?

Why he got Barack Hussein Obama using that same ad that McCain is rebutting....to attack McCain stating that McCain doesn’t have enough leadership to even get the NC GOP to cancel the ad.

You would think that would tell McCain something. We don’t want a pussy-footed candidate and pussy-footing doesn’t work when your competition is a bunch of arrorogant liberals.


38 posted on 04/26/2008 1:34:22 PM PDT by singlemomofone
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To: Libloather
STFU, NAACP!

No other political ad ever made matches the NAACP lynching ad in 2000 for demagoguery and sheer nastiness. Well, maybe the Democrat radio ads saying that if you vote Republican, more black churches would "explode" and more crosses would "burn."

39 posted on 04/26/2008 1:36:43 PM PDT by MaestroLC ("Let him who wants peace prepare for war."--Vegetius, A.D. Fourth Century)
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To: Nathan Zachary

The “Magic Negro” has lost his touch.


40 posted on 04/26/2008 1:43:06 PM PDT by tessalu
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To: Libloather
Campaigning in a church (AGAIN!)


Rev. William Barber of Greenleaf Christian Church and Liv Boykins of Rep. Conyer's staff at the pulpit

But Barber shared more with his flock. "We must remember," he said as he spoke in support of Conyers' universal health care bill, "we must always know,'Power concedes nothing. It never has and it never will without a struggle,'" the pastor hearkened to the words of Frederick Douglass. He told his church that being ready for a fight to secure this most basic of rights should underscore the validity of the cause.

"I wonder do those so bent on saying Merry Christmas understand that when they cut student loans, Medicare and Medicaid, programs for the poor they reduce merry to an empty phase and their action look nothing like Christ."

The Leadership of the NAACP is the Lobby for the NAACP period!

Our business is the business of Civil Rights and Social Advancement. We are to do the work of the people and the work of justice.

41 posted on 04/26/2008 2:04:37 PM PDT by kcvl
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To: tessalu
“It inserts racist sentiments.” It sure does: Wright is a racist. His lies—America created AIDS and his overt racial hatred—mocking the missing and almost certainly murdered teenager Holloway because she was “a white girl from Alabama”—is designed to inflame racial hatred. I can understand why Obama’s political allies don't want this stuff exposed. But I'm surprised and disappointed that others think it is racist to expose Wright as a racist.
42 posted on 04/26/2008 2:05:53 PM PDT by Godwin1
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To: WilliamofCarmichael

>>The Victim Industry needs new technology.

OK, LOL on that one. And you’re spot-on.


43 posted on 04/26/2008 2:06:27 PM PDT by FreedomPoster (<===Non-bitter, Gun-totin', Typical White American)
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To: Libloather

Rev. William Barber on Duke Lacrosse alleged rape...

Barber, the state conference president of the North Carolina chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, released a statement hours earlier detailing 10 steps that he thinks should be taken in order to ensure “justice, integrity and healing” in the wake of recent accusations that three members of the men’s lacrosse team raped, choked and sodomized an exotic dancer March 13.

“The current events and allegations surrounding the Duke lacrosse team and a twenty-seven-year-old African American student-mother taps into deep emotional and historical themes of our flawed society,” Barber said in the statement.

The statement called for a more proactive approach on the part of the University. Barber encouraged the community to denounce any code of silence, show compassion for the alleged victim and push forward, among other things.

“We have been there when women have been victimized and the actions of the perpetrators were dismissed by suggestions that the victim herself deserved what happened to her or by statements like, ‘Boys will be boys,’” he said in the statement. “How we proceed will have great impact on our ability to remain a community and meet the demands of justice.”

Speaking from the pulpit of the Divinity School’s Goodson Chapel, Barber, Divinity ‘89 and an adjunct professor, said the alleged incident brings to the forefront important issues of violence, racial degradation, alcohol and elitism at the University.

“I want to spend a moment talking to you about trouble at the table,” Barber began. “Ain’t no need to run from it tonight. We can’t come here tonight and act like this is an ordinary night and an ordinary service.... There is a victim.”

“We’re in the midst of a crisis. Not nobody, not even a dog deserves to be gang-raped,” Barber said. “We don’t want to rush to judgement, but neither do we want to delay justice.”


44 posted on 04/26/2008 2:07:28 PM PDT by kcvl
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To: Libloather
The group said the ad takes Wright’s words out of context in an effort to smear the black community and “prophetic ministers.”

On the PBS interview Wright complained about being taken out of context. Well, Hugh Hewitt took care of that yesterday, playing 2 complete sermons on his show. They are posted at townhall.com

http://hughhewitt.townhall.com/blog

I'm afraid the full sermon isn't going to be of much help to Wright.
45 posted on 04/26/2008 2:12:27 PM PDT by Binghamton_native
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To: kcvl

Man, that dude is much too well fed to complain about lack of funding for any programs. He could go on a diet and feed half the state with the remaining funds......


46 posted on 04/26/2008 2:30:29 PM PDT by Enchante (Obama: All you dumb, bitter "typical white people" must learn to say "God D--n America!")
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To: Libloather
"It’s a fundamentally race-baiting ad,” said Rev. William Barber, state NAACP president. “And it inserts racist sentiments.”

I for one have had more than my fill of psychopathic black con-artists masquerading as preachers who use malignant racial whining to lie to their own hapless constituencies.

Jeremiah Wright and Barak Hussein Obama are obscenely anti-American-- enemies of this Republic which normal healthy people cherish. To say that they are "too extreme" is charitable. They are beyond extremists and it has nothing to do with the happenstance of their race.

47 posted on 04/26/2008 2:31:11 PM PDT by hinckley buzzard
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To: Libloather
Yo Obama, Don't Hate Me Bro!
48 posted on 04/26/2008 2:34:28 PM PDT by TexasCajun
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To: kcvl
Thanks for the pictures of the psychopath in question. I note a startling similarity to Muktada al-Sadr...enough to make one wonder...

Mookie and Rev-rund Willyum...turkeys of a feather.

49 posted on 04/26/2008 2:38:06 PM PDT by hinckley buzzard
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Is this the same racist North Carolina NAACP that was prepared to lynch a group Of young athletes on the word of a woman of doubtful background and flawed virtue? Is this a state chapter of the organization that prepared and distributed posters suggesting that Bush had been a member of a lynch mob? Why would anyone listen to the NAACP?


50 posted on 04/26/2008 2:51:35 PM PDT by Godwin1
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