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4/28/2008

Jeremiah Wright Speaks at the National Press Club

Filed under: 2008 Election — DRJ @ 8:18 am



[Guest post by DRJ]

Jeremiah Wright spoke and answered questions for about an hour at the National Press Club this morning. Michelle Malkin live-blogged and I’ll probably post more later because I did watch the speech and Q&A.

For now, though, I wouldn’t be surprised if senior members of Senator Obama’s campaign staff considered hari kari this morning.

— DRJ

70 Responses to “Jeremiah Wright Speaks at the National Press Club”

  1. Not one of the resident Leftists has ever shown how any of the remarks were taken out of context. I guess we can now ignore the meme that BLT is not the spiritual foundation of Baracky’s church, since Wright has again acknowledged this. Not that the likes of Levi will not continue to attempt to divert …

    Also, he thinks mighty highly of himself. An attack on him has become an attack on the entire black religious community?

    JD (75f5c3)

  2. DRJ,

    The Japanese call ritual suicide, Sepikku (SP?).

    They may just consider resigning and taking up residence in a monestary or cloister in a nunnery.

    PCD (5c49b0)

  3. Wright has obviously decided he wants to be the new leader of Black America, and too bad for Obama.

    But there’s chaos on the other side too.

    (Let’s see how ugly the spam filter is feeling this morning.)

    kishnevi (db1823)

  4. In case I forgot, you are all racists for even discussing this.

    At one point, someone put up the Obama rules for the media. At the time, it was quite funny. I thought it prophetic.

    JD (5f0e11)

  5. Wright is seizing his opportunity for fame and, no doubt, fat speaker’s fees with all this exposure. The effect on race relations are not his problem. I think the shock is the shattering of white belief that blacks thought just like we did and wanted the American dream, just like we did. Apparently, Wright doesn’t agree and the whole issue is once again open. How this will affect black kids trying to get ahead, I have no idea but it doesn’t look pretty.

    Mike K (b9ce3e)

  6. Don’t Scare White People. The wininest strategy.

    And hara-kiri (belly cut) is the common term — vulgar if you wish. Seppuku is for the aristocracy.

    nk (1f1707)

  7. And

    The Race Wars have started, I fear.

    nk (1f1707)

  8. kishnevi wrote: But there’s chaos on the other side too.

    Oh, come on. Don’t compare PaulPod monkey wrench shenanigans in Nevada to a controversy that may cost Obama the Dem nomination.

    L.N. Smithee (e1f2bf)

  9. nk wrote: And hara-kiri (belly cut) is the common term — vulgar if you wish.

    What you got against the Cubs’ announcer?

    L.N. Smithee (e1f2bf)

  10. Wright is seizing his opportunity for fame and, no doubt, fat speaker’s fees with all this exposure. The effect on race relations are not his problem.

    He’s sure not in it for “the cause.”

    Wright presents a largely-bygone political theology that reflects his generation’s black icons and resents the fact it has trouble rousing the generation he addresses. Confronted, he takes no ownership for his own comments. Pandering from the pulpit seems to be less overlooked today.

    Jeremiah Wright does NOT speak for the Black church of America nor does he deserve to present himself without question as representing the Black church. That should frustrate conservatives looking for a knockout blow. Obviously, it doesn’t. Obama has shown the old guy much more respect than he deserves and much more class than Wright has shown him.

    steve (606637)

  11. I am looking forward to Levi coming by to call us all racists, claim that this is all being taken out of context, and that this is nothing other than the Republicans attempts to divert from the real issues.

    JD (5f0e11)

  12. Smithee #9,

    Nothing, may he rest in peace. He almost made me a Sox fan when he was the announcer for the Sox with that crazy guy who had two movies made about him. Jimmy Piersall? (Piersall was on Letterman in the eighties and he said, “I’m married with five kids and I’ve been played twice by two [excellent actors]”).

    nk (1f1707)

  13. NK, did you watch the movie about Piresall, “Fear Strikes Out”? I am having a brain fart trying to remember the actor that played him. I think the “original Norman Bates” was the actor. Very good movie. If I remember right, Karl Malden played his father.

    PCD (5c49b0)

  14. Jesus, Joseph, Mary, and All the Blessed Saints, a KKK Grand Cyclops couldn’t have shouted a better racialist speech into a bullhorn than Wright did into his microphone this morning.

    I’ve got ten bucks that say David Duke was watching Wright’s speech this morning, pumping his fist, and hooting, “You go girl!”

    Somebody stick a fork in Obama: after this morning, he’s done.

    MarkJ (7fa185)

  15. I am looking forward to Levi coming by to call us all racists, claim that this is all being taken out of context, and that this is nothing other than the Republicans attempts to divert from the real issues.

    A preemptive strike.

    JD, the guard dog.

    steve (606637)

  16. PCD #13,

    Yes, I did. It was Anthony Perkins. And the remake was with Tab Hunter. That’s what Piersall meant when he contrasted his obvious heterosexuality with that of the [excellent actors] who played him.

    nk (1f1707)

  17. Jeremiah Wright does NOT speak for the Black church of America nor does he deserve to present himself without question as representing the Black church.

    That’s what race hustlers do — when they get in trouble, they say “You don’t object to me because of what I say or do, you object to me because of my skin.”

    For example: One of the most enduring lies of the MSM is that Don Imus insulted all black women when he made his “nappy-headed hos” comment. In fact, he contrasted the Rutgers women’s team’s appearance with that of the Tennessee team. Both teams’ members were overwhelmingly black, and before saying the offending comments about Rutgers’ women, he said that the Lady Vols were “kinda cute.” He also said, “Kinda like a Spike Lee thing – the jigaboos vs. the wannabes.” This was a reference to Lee’s movie School Daze, and a musical dance scene called “Good And Bad Hair.”

    In his attempt to diffuse the situation with Al Sharpton, Rev. Al presented one of his granddaughters in the his radio studio and accused Imus of insulting her. Al knew good and well that isn’t what Imus did, but Imus, in his eagerness to get the whole thing behind him, didn’t argue the point.

    L.N. Smithee (e1f2bf)

  18. nk wrote: (Piersall was on Letterman in the eighties and he said, “I’m married with five kids and I’ve been played twice by two [excellent actors]”).

    I was watching that show when it happened. NBC erased the word “f—-t,” and I had no idea what he had said. Letterman winced, and had that wry smile on his face as the audience cracked up. When the laughing had abated, Letterman said, “I’m sure what you meant to say was that you were played by two fine, fine, actors.”

    L.N. Smithee (e1f2bf)

  19. IMHO…
    Preachers like Jeremiah Wright are the causes of many of the problems in the community they claim to champion. To him, the worst thing in the world is middle class whiteness.

    I’ve got lots of family who work (or have worked) in public school systems. They report that worst thing in the world in that community is to “act white.” Acting white covers things like following the rules or studying and getting good grades. Such things are, socially speaking, the kiss of death; they also may earn a physical beating.

    Bottoms-up! the Kool-aid is fine

    quasimodo (edc74e)

  20. A preemptive strike.

    JD, the guard dog.

    Just looking out for everyone. Racists.

    JD (75f5c3)

  21. I should point out that of course my comments aren’t universally true everywhere, but they are common enough to be a huge debilitating problem

    quasimodo (edc74e)

  22. “In fact, he contrasted the Rutgers women’s team’s appearance with that of the Tennessee team.”

    I see: He only insulted the ones that looked like “nappy headed ho’s.” Not the ones he thought were “kinda cute.”

    stef (46c091)

  23. Steve, it isn’t just Republicans who think Wright is paying Obama back by trying to sink him. He should have said “the guy is a nut but I love him anyway.” His problem is to explain why he sat there for 20 years and subjected his daughters to that nonsense.

    Mike K (b9ce3e)

  24. Again, stef, we knew you didn’t understand his comments, no need to remind us.

    SPQR (26be8b)

  25. It’s getting so bad that even conservative people are going to start feeling sorry for Obama every time Wright opens his mouth. Well…maybe some of us…lol

    dianne (7f3135)

  26. If you take the logic (such as it is) of the Reverend Wright’s wackadoodle science of “left brain” “right brain”, to its conclusion, it’s time to resegregate our schools. Since blacks learn differently from whites, each race should be given a school system designed to maximize their student’s potential, using different methods of pedagogy etc. No one in this country (except maybe Wright) is prepared to go to “separate but equal” schools.

    The good Reverend is full of more bull than a fertilizer factory.

    Mike Myers (31af82)

  27. “Again, stef, we knew you didn’t understand his comments, no need to remind us.”

    I believe it was snoop dog that said that when he calls women “ho’s,” he’s referring to women that actually are “ho’s.” That actually deserve that appellation. Since I didn’t understand it, please explain to me what Imus believes these women did to merit the “ho” appellation. I also don’t understand why he called Gwen Ifill a “cleaning lady.”

    stef (2ed38c)

  28. Really dont understand what Rev. Wright is up to. Is he deliberately trying to destroy obama’s campaign? It beats me.

    love2008 (d2a57f)

  29. Stef, again you simply are intentionally avoiding confronting the point. Imus was describing their looks as compared to the other basketball team.

    SPQR (26be8b)

  30. “Imus was describing their looks as compared to the other basketball team.”

    I’ve never seen what they looked like. Not like t his is much of a cover, but what of their looks merited the “ho” appellation?

    You can see the current team here:

    http://www.scarletknights.com/basketball-women/

    There are even pictures of a recent game against Tennessee. Maybe you could point out the hos here and I can extrapolate back to what Imus was talking about.

    stef (48e229)

  31. stef wrote: I see: He only insulted the ones that looked like “nappy headed ho’s.” Not the ones he thought were “kinda cute.”

    By jove, she’s got it!

    Now, you can argue whether or not that was something Imus should have done, but you cannot truthfully say that it was an insult to ALL black women any more than saying “Ugly Betty” is worse-looking than Salma Hayek or Penelope Cruz is an insult to all Hispanic women. It’s intellectually dishonest.

    L.N. Smithee (b048eb)

  32. NK, I’ve heard Piersall, but I still prefer Bob Uecker. See ya in the front row!

    PCD (5c49b0)

  33. stef wrote: There are even pictures of a recent game against Tennessee. Maybe you could point out the hos here and I can extrapolate back to what Imus was talking about.

    Why don’t you watch the above-linked YouTube video from Spike Lee’s School Daze about “jigaboos vs. wannabes” (last time I checked, Spike Lee was still black) and report back to me?

    L.N. Smithee (b048eb)

  34. “Now, you can argue whether or not that was something Imus should have done, but you cannot truthfully say that it was an insult to ALL black women any more than saying “Ugly Betty” is worse-looking than Salma Hayek or Penelope Cruz is an insult to all Hispanic women.”

    Right, because the appellation “ho” had nothing to do with the Rutgers team members being black.

    “report back to me?”

    I saw some straight and some nappy hair. I can tell that apart. But where does the “ho” part come in? Snoop dog said:

    “[Rappers] are not talking about no collegiate basketball girls who have made it to the next level in education and sports. We’re talking about ho’s that’s in the ‘hood that ain’t doing sh–, that’s trying to get a n—a for his money. These are two separate things”

    So I understand what he’s talking about when he says “ho.” But with Imus and the Rutgers team, I don’t see what they’re doing or wearing or look like that merits “ho.”

    stef (48e229)

  35. stef wrote: I saw some straight and some nappy hair. I can tell that apart. But where does the “ho” part come in?

    Stef, try to keep up, pleeeease?

    Here’s what I originally wrote:

    That’s what race hustlers do — when they get in trouble, they say “You don’t object to me because of what I say or do, you object to me because of my skin.”

    For example: One of the most enduring lies of the MSM is that Don Imus insulted all black women when he made his “nappy-headed hos” comment.

    At no point did I defend Imus’ characterization of the Rutgers women as “hos.” So why are you harping on that aspect of Imus’ remarks instead of conceding my point is correct that he was NOT insulting ALL black women?

    As for Snoop Dogg, get real. This is a guy who made his multimillion dollar fortune insulting on violence, substance abuse, and misogyny. The only woman that I know of that he doesn’t refer to as “bitch,” “trick,” or “ho” in his entire catalog of recordings is a track about his mother. It’s absurd to suggest he has anything approaching moral high ground commenting on Imus.

    L.N. Smithee (b048eb)

  36. “insulting on” should have been “glamorizing”.

    L.N. Smithee (b048eb)

  37. Wright’s a full-blown narcissist and the one thing he won’t sit for is being ignored.

    Love him or hate him, it’s all attention and he craves it … but ignoring him – as Obama insists on doing by putting the guy on the sidelines during the most attention-ripe moment of his life – is out of the question. An addict cannot resist.

    ras (fc54bb)

  38. “At no point did I defend Imus’ characterization of the Rutgers women as “hos.” ”

    No you didn’t. You just think that it doesn’t offend all black women when a subset of them are referred to as “nappy headed hos.” I get that. If they had been white, Imus would still use “ho.” But not “nappy,” of course.

    “The only woman that I know of that he doesn’t refer to as “bitch,” “trick,” or “ho” in his entire catalog of recordings is a track about his mother. It’s absurd to suggest he has anything approaching moral high ground commenting on Imus.”

    I don’t say he has moral high ground. I just say that I get his explanation: he calls “hos” women that he feels deserve to be called “hos” based on their attitude towards work and getting money from men. It’s not a nice thing to say about women, black or white. Now Imus, I don’t get the explanation, as I don’t see what they did that merits the “ho” appellation.

    stef (87fe55)

  39. steve #10 Yes.

    EdWood (06cafa)

  40. No, Stef, you don’t get it. No one is saying that the women “merited” the description. What was being pointed out was that Imus’ discussion of the basketball team was not inherently racist

    SPQR (26be8b)

  41. #35 L.N. Smithee:

    … get real.

    Sorry about that laughter in the background there, but it’s kind of like watching somebody trying to explain transistors to a dogwood.

    Entertaining to watch, but you are a better man than I for attempting it.

    EW1(SG) (84e813)

  42. “What was being pointed out was that Imus’ discussion of the basketball team was not inherently racist”

    Right. Because the term “ho” would be used by Imus in talking about white basketball players too.

    stef (46c091)

  43. LN Smithee – stef/alphie does not seek answers, and any direct answers given, will only lead to more obtuse questions, and intentionally missing the point.

    JD (75f5c3)

  44. Racism has never ceased to be such an ugly issue to talk about. It segregates and misrepresents the best of intentions. Its not a progressive discussion to carry on. It only brings out the worst from the best among us. Need I say more?

    love2008 (d2a57f)

  45. Mr. Wright’s ,”cognitive learning differences “, is an attempt to shift blame from the students lack of success to failed pedogogy used by educators. His premise fails when one looks at historical Blacks, Dr. Drew. Garret Morgan,Carver,and others who faced asociety that was more hostile to achievement than that of today.Moreover, when you look at the mosiac of people who work at NASA ,Mr. Wrights vision of America and its promise is repugnent.

    mike191 (ffe707)

  46. stef, you insist that Imus would not call whites ‘nappy’ or ‘ho’. You even say “of course”. but I don’t think that’s true.

    You’re taking an extreme position. It’s been demonstrate the Imus was making a distinction among a group of mostly black women, and if you think that’s unfair because the labeled girls weren’t truly hos or nappy, I’m sure everyone, even Don Imus probably, would agree that it was insulting, and not literally true. So what? It’s also not racist, and I’m sure he would call white women the same thing (and I also thought there were white women called that in this specific case).

    If you’re saying that’s not true: that Imus would not and did not call whites hos and nappy, you need to demonstrate that somehow. Of course, the point that Imus was stating how one team looked better than the others is very compelling that he did not intend his comments to mean some kind of inferiority of blackness.

    Race hustlers move around so much. They go from “racist” all the way to “insensitive” in a split second. But insensitive is an act of omission, even ignorance, and cannot invoke logical culpability. It’s the opposite of Wright, who is quite obviously racist, and Obama, who appears to surround himself with actual racists.

    Jem (4cdfb7)

  47. Piersall was a piece of work. A common theme he enjoyed with Harry Caray was a discussion of mental “papers” that attested to JP’s sanity. Harry kept challenging him to produce the papers, never believing there were such things. One fine day, JP whipped out his wallet and showed Harry, and all of us viewers, his discharge papers from a mental institution (perhaps Bellevue) that declared JP to be of sound mind.

    Harry erupted (as did I and countless others) and the game may as well have been played on Mars for that inning. Never have I witnessed such a complete breakdown of broadcast decorum. I’ll never forget it. And Stef…the reason this moment worked and was not offensive is that Harry genuinely loved Jimmy. The reason non-blacks can call out blacks who misbehave is because we love our brothers and sisters. When they are being led down a path of destruction, a compassionate person points out the cliff ahead.

    I admit that I don’t want BHO to be our president. But I dread more the damage that is coming to all of us. For me, identity politics transcend any individual. If we do not get over ourselves, tout suite, we are headed for collective destruction.

    Ed (f28e9a)

  48. “stef, you insist that Imus would not call whites ‘nappy’ or ‘ho’. You even say “of course”. but I don’t think that’s true.”

    So you think his use of “ho” had something to do with his views of black women? I could be persuaded of that. Thanks.

    stef (4daa88)

  49. Wright keeps this stuff up, there’ll be blood in the streets. His rhetoric is eroding the restraint of even Liberal White guilt and when the dam(n) bursts…watch out.

    paul from fl (47918a)

  50. love2008 wrote: Racism has never ceased to be such an ugly issue to talk about. It segregates and misrepresents the best of intentions. Its not a progressive discussion to carry on. It only brings out the worst from the best among us. Need I say more?

    stef wrote: So you think his use of “ho” had something to do with his views of black women? I could be persuaded of that. Thanks.

    Say, love2008: stef’s continued attempts to paint Imus as a racist regardless of evidence to the contrary is a perfect example of what you’re up against. Whether stef is black (as am I) or not, she’s determined to make sure nobody gets away with suggesting that Imus isn’t the villain that Sharpton et al pretend he is. Equality is the enemy of race hustlers; they always have to have the upper hand.

    L.N. Smithee (b048eb)

  51. Jeremiah Wright does NOT speak for the Black church of America nor does he deserve to present himself without question as representing the Black church.

    steve – I would to hear him be challenged on his assertions by black church leaders in addition to blog commenters, no offense intended.

    stef won’t understand.

    daleyrocks (906622)

  52. I would like to hear him challenged

    daleyrocks (906622)

  53. #50
    I heard the comments Imus made that cost him his job. I believe that whole episode brought to the fore again the anger and mistrust that continues to seeth within the African American community. Its that same racial prejudice that is in question today. I believe Imus did not mean to denigrate the African American pride. He simply was a victim of the erroneous thought that blacks had gotten over their hate and bitterness towards the whites. He was wrong. What he said was wrong but not more wrong as when any black person uses the same stereotype to refer to a black woman or any woman for that matter. Its like the “N” word, blacks are allowed to use it but whites are forbidden to use it. Its crazy. If it is bad for the whites then it is also bad for the blacks. Period! Racism is dead but the ghost is still very much alive. Reconciliation, forgiveness, tolerance, respect for each other and love is the only way to exorcise this “ghost” out of our midst. And it can be done!

    love2008 (d2a57f)

  54. Why doesn’t the good Reverend Wright just mosy on over to that old homeland, Africa, if he so hates this middleclass European country. Hell he can probably afford a first class ticket after a few more showtime rants! The guy is a BUFFOON and insufferable. Obama is toast and is now deservedly joined at the hip with this Racist BLT crap!

    Moultrie (33e0c8)

  55. I am looking forward to Wright’s next speech. His explanations of left brain/right brain learning differences, clapping techniques, tone differences were very illuminating. I’m wondering whether he will explain the difference between jews and blacks in the next installment.

    I can certainly see why someone like Obama would choose to make this man his moral compass, preside over his marriage ceremony and the christening of his children, and sit in the pews of his church for 20 years. The absorbed wisdom of Jeremiah Wright obviously has well positioned Obama as a post-racial candidate. His WORDS said that in his speech on race, declaring white racism unjustified and black racism justified. All can see now he is a chip off his mentor’s block.

    stef will not understand.

    daleyrocks (906622)

  56. Is it any surprise that Wright received such a warm welcome from the devotees of the National Press Club?
    Where else outside of academe could he be received so warmly while spewing such vitriol?

    Another Drew (8018ee)

  57. That part was interesting, Another Drew. Apparently there were two groups of people at the National Press Club meeting – the people at tables in the dining area and the people in the balcony. At one point the National Press Club moderator made a point of saying that most of the press were in the balcony, and she also mentioned that they were not cheering or giving standing ovations. At another point, Wright also said (I’m paraphrasing) “even the press cheered” at one point in his speech, implying that they had not cheered during the rest of the speech.

    The people in the first floor dining area who were responding enthusiastically were with (I think) a diversity conference that may have been related to the theology conference Wright discussed in the opening part of his speech.

    Another interesting thing was the presence of several large, stern-looking black men posted throughout the area around Wright. They looked like Secrete Service men on steroids. I think I saw a report at Fox News they were from Farrakhan’s Nation of Islam and were on hand to provide security for Wright.

    DRJ (a431ca)

  58. AD – I don’t think our resident and visiting Obamatons have gotten their talking points yet tonight. Serious damage control efforts must be underway.

    stef won’t understand.

    daleyrocks (906622)

  59. DRJ…
    “…Secrete (sic) Service men on steroids…”

    Welcome to the “Fruit of Islam”, Calypso Louis’ one brigade of Brown Shirts.

    Another Drew (8018ee)

  60. Not only can I not spell, I’m not as clever or descriptive as commenters like you. Fortunately, I enjoy being the straight man for clever and descriptive comments.

    DRJ (a431ca)

  61. This is Wright’s bid to be the major black spokesperson of our era. Which means he can’t let Obama win.

    Plus on the “different” styles of learning he stumbled rather badly. Using the (not written by any Africans I know of) Psalms as an example was only one stumble.

    But for those who want further explanation, I’m going to be self promoting and refer you to my blog. Got to generate traffic, you know :)

    kishnevi (2b3e28)

  62. A new blog! Excellent and I’m so glad you told us.

    DRJ (a431ca)

  63. DRJ…
    As I well know, an early sign of old-age is dyslexia of the typing fingers. I’m always transposing letters and/or numbers at the keyboard. That, and lazy fingers that drag across keys that you don’t mean to strike, are a continueing frustration.
    I knew it was a misteak, but it was too good to pass up.

    Another Drew (8018ee)

  64. DRJ…
    “…Secrete (sic) Service men on steroids…”

    Welcome to the “Fruit of Islam”, Calypso Louis’ one brigade of Brown Shirts.

    Hey, they dress nicely and are clean. Part of the religion of pieces.

    daleyrocks (906622)

  65. I listened yesterday to Rev. Wright’s speeches at NAACP and Press Club. I was deeply impressed. I’m a 68 year old white business owner. I’ve seen the blacks oppressed and humiliated from my early school years. I had dark pigment when I was young. The white children called me the “N” word and tried to abuse me. It was the black children who stood up for me and kept me safe. I also sat in the back of the bus because I was ostracized. I’ve seen the stigma attached to the blacks and I hurt for them. They still do not have the majority of advantages that are available to the whites…and being employed because a company had to meet a quota in hiring minorities is SAD. I believe that the white race is very much responsible for what has happened to the black communities. Our schools, our slumlords…just to name a few of the problems.

    Why do he white news commentators dwell on the Rev. Wright issue. They are adding fuel to the flames for ratings. They won’t let up. I’m non-partisan and I’m going to vote for the person I feel is best to change America.

    We need to study the words of Rev. Wright because he speaks the truth even though many tend not to accept it. He is a highly educated man and speaks eloquently. Yes, even though he said “God Damn, America”. I’m a Christian and I understand where he is coming from. So many only listen to sound bytes and don’t take the time to hear all the words of his speeches and reasons behind them.

    We now have a chance to change America and brng all races TOGETHER. I’m praying fervently that this happens in my lifetime.

    Fluffycares (35387a)

  66. Fluffycares, just where is the truth that Farakhan is a great man? Or that the government created HIV to destroy minorities? How does that bring races together? What kind of troll would claim that Wright’s hatred would bring races together?

    SPQR (26be8b)

  67. Oh, and if you admire Wright, and you are hear repeating Obama’s vapid slogan about change, then what does it tell you that Obama is today throwing Wright under the bus and distancing himself from Wright as fast as he can?

    SPQR (26be8b)

  68. Well, that is change.

    Xrlq (b71926)

  69. Yep, kinda light on the “hopiness” and “judgment” though.

    It is more than a little hilarious that “Fluffycares” is ignoring what Obama himself is saying about how disgusting and outrageous Wright is.

    SPQR (26be8b)

  70. FluffyCares is so full of kaka that he must weard Depends. As a typical white racist who was born and spend many years in Pa. and has had plenty of contact with blacks, I’m not buying any of Wright’s, Obambi’s, Fluffy’s or any other troll Obamatard’s arguments. Both Jerry and B. Hussein had advantages their entire lives that many of us of pallor only could dream of. They should take their victimology, hope!, change! and assorted other insane propaganda and shove it where the sun doesn’t shine.
    I guess WE must elect Obama Prez or else WE will SET back race relations and give Jackson, Sharpton, Wright and that ilk more power? God damn them all. Pity the white conspiracists didn’t inject them all with some painful and ever lasting version of an STD, at the least. Keep drinking the moonbat and BLT kool-aid suckers.
    From what I see all this hope! change! and dialogue on race is only worsening race relations. I know, let’s give big fat reparations to all blacks. Taxpayers can provide every long-suffering black family a plethora of gifts, such as Escalades, the top of line sneakers, gold chains, a bevy of blonde ho’s and whatever other trinkets will make them less victimized by whitey. Let’s throw in new townhomes worth a minimum of $500k each. Good god,the American auto industry, building trades, etc. would get a big shot in the arm and poor Michigan UAW workers overtime. Or maybe anyone who hates America so much and loves whatever country of origin they deem so wonderful, should get a one way ticket back? That goes for all the honky, hispanic and other groups here who feel the need to laud Ireland, Africa or the various 3rd world shitholes led by despots.

    madmax333 (1166a1)


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