Obamessiah Pastor’s Theology: Destroy The White Enemy

Today, BHO plans to give a major speech on “the larger issue of race in this campaign.” He plans to explain what goes on in Black churches, which certainly seems to include lots of change, sometimes violently, and lots of hope, for violence. Will he be able to explain what this means? (h/t Stop The ACLU)

(World Net Daily) While Barack Obama has responded to an admitted “firestorm” over his pastor’s racist and anti-American statements by cla[i]ming he didn’t hear them in person, Rev. Jeremiah Wright has defended himself in the past by referring to his foundational philosophy, the “black liberation theology” of scholars such as James Cone, who regard Jesus Christ as a “black messiah” and blacks as “the chosen people” who will only accept a God who assists their aim of destroying the “white enemy.”

“If God is not for us and against white people,” writes Cone, “then he is a murderer, and we had better kill him. The task of black theology is to kill gods who do not belong to the black community.”

Is this what Obama means about Black churches? I would think not, and would certainly hope not, but, this shows exactly what Wright has been thinking all these years, and Obama is saying he had no clue. Was Wright living some sort of secret life only when talking to BHO and his family, and when they were present in church? How does one not know what a person who meant an incredible deal to you is all about?

It’s hard to believe that over 20 years of being tight with Wright (I refuse to call such a hater and bigot a Reverend) could not illuminate Obama to what the man was about.

Seriously, as one talking head pointed out the other day, this issue is so bad on its own that Team Clinton isn’t even bothering to make any mention of this. Why bother? Why drop out?

Even the New York Times is finding it difficult to come up with ways to defend Obama, and, remember, this is a paper that can defend the factless Darwinism and a lying, cheating, obstructing scumbag of a president, who had the best pickup line ever and ended up with little mis dress stain.

Karl at protein wisdom skewers Excitable Andy

Excitable Andy is just so excitable that he could not wait for Barack Obama to give his speech on race issues before suggesting that anyone who does not buy it is a racist:

Today will be a crucial day. It will be a day when we will discover if America’s racial environment – and the emotions and feelings and anger and fears that it entails – can allow for a black man – with all that entails – to become president.

And Obama’s 20-year relationship with the noxious and hateful Rev. Wright?  It’s a black thing; you wouldn’t understand:

Meanwhile, over at ABC News, they are reporting that “Obama’s race speech to stress moving on.” Riiiiiight! Because we wouldn’t want to dwell on anything that highlights the character of a guy who is running for president pretty much almost exclusively on his character. And the Obamessiah disciples will surely follow right along, because they never get stuck in the past. Cough! Bush TANG.

PS: Why is it OK with the progressives that Obama injects so much religion into his campaign, talking about his faith and beliefs and such, yet, have hissy fits over Bush’s religion.

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5 Responses to “Obamessiah Pastor’s Theology: Destroy The White Enemy”

  1. Silke says:

    remember, this is a paper that can defend the factless Darwinism

    What is Darwinism?

  2. A Darwinist is someone who believes in the theory of evolution despite evidence to the contrary.

  3. Silke says:

    When it comes to science I don’t think it’s useful to say one “believes” in anything. A good scientific theory provides a natural explanation for the natural world. If a theory has explanatory and predictive power then it is considered useful by scientists. The modern theory of evolution meets those standards.

  4. Darwinism is just as much a belief set as Creationism and IE.

  5. Silke says:

    Since Creationism requires a supernatural cause it is not considered science. You can’t test the supernatural. What is “IE”?

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