I was expecting that the Republicans and Hate Radio would pretend to support Barack until he was nominated and then they would uncover some trivial item from his past that would "shock them" into abandoning Barack and begin SwiftBoating him relentlessly. They (Republicans and Hate Radio) wanted Barack to be the nominee because they figure that there is still enough prejudice in the USA that they could easily derail him.
I like Obama enough to have him on the Dream Ticket. Until last week I agreed with Perkel... let's flip a coin and select a Prez/VP.
However, after the tapes of Barack's pastor came
out, there is no way that Barack can win the election. He is toast. Many
of us liberals can look at the sermons and agree with a lot of what Pastor
Wright had to say. But the SwiftBoat commercials will run the "GD America"
clip relentlessly in October. They will run the quote from Barack saying
"Pastor Wright has been my spiritual and political advisor for several
years" clip relentlessly.
This is a watershed moment for the United States.
Hillary Clinton can bring White America and Black America together by inviting
Hillary is the only one who can do this. The video
clips of Obama's Spiritual and Political advisor ranting (and the cheering
congregation in the background) have brought an end to his chances of being
elected this year. She can extend the hand of friendship. Every thinking
Personally, I believe that Hate Radio has had copies of these sermons for months. I believe that they have been chortling together as they viewed the videos. They may have even photoshopped Obama into the front row at these sermons. And, like President Truman at the Yalta Conventions (just after we perfected the atom bomb), I feel that Hate Radio felt that they had "the video bomb" that would destroy Obama's chances.
Note: Barack cannot pretend to be surprised
at Pastor Wright's sermons.
It also hurts him because Obama was using Pastor Wright as his guarantee
that he's no Muslim.
I also agree with you that many Democrats can agree with Wright.
Sure, his "Nobody ever called Hillary 'nigger'
" was over-the-top,
I still prefer the more experienced Democrat, but it would be a shame
if Obama lost this