Obama Treads Carefully Between Black Liberation Doctrine And Public Policy

I’m glad that someone in the Liberal media is finally taking on Barack Obama’s 20 years of attendence at a church founded on Black Liberation doctrine, mentored by Black Liberation docrine pastors such as Jeremiah Wright and Michael Pfleger, surrounded by people in the pews who believe in Black Liberation doctrine, and reading about Black Liberation doctrine in all those copies of Trinity Church’s newsletter that featured articles about Barack Obama.

Huh? No? I missread it? How about that? Palin treads carefully between fundamentalist beliefs and public policy

Soon after Sarah Palin was elected mayor of the foothill town of Wasilla, Alaska, she startled a local music teacher by insisting in casual conversation that men and dinosaurs coexisted on an Earth created 6,000 years ago — about 65 million years after scientists say most dinosaurs became extinct — the teacher said.

After conducting a college band and watching Palin deliver a commencement address to a small group of home-schooled students in June 1997, Wasilla resident Philip Munger said, he asked the young mayor about her religious beliefs.

Palin told him that “dinosaurs and humans walked the Earth at the same time,” Munger said. When he asked her about prehistoric fossils and tracks dating back millions of years, Palin said “she had seen pictures of human footprints inside the tracks,” recalled Munger, who teaches music at the University of Alaska in Anchorage and has regularly criticized Palin in recent years on his liberal political blog, called Progressive Alaska.

I do not hold those same beliefs, but, apparently, the Los Angeles Times is requiring a religious test for Palin. Her beliefs in what the Bible actually says are a cause for concern for the Times, though, apparently, it is OK for Barack H. Obama to sit in the pews of Trinity and listen to preachers talk about how Jesus was Black, and Whites are NOT practicing real Christianity.

Remember one thing, though: most of this is all hearsay. He said she said. Almost no direct quotes from Palin herself.

Palin has attended a number of prayer sessions with pastors and has quietly sought their guidance, but she is often mum on matters of faith in high-profile public forums.

Her aides say Palin’s caution at the intersection of religion and governance is a studied effort to share her beliefs without forcing them on Alaska.

In other words, the LA Times is digging for relevance, attempting to create an issue without direct, concrete evidence. Of course, Palin’s anti-abortion stance is good enough for the Times to label her a fundamentalist, and outside the mainstream.

Furthermore, they disengenuously misquote her, as so much of the media has, on Iraq

In one of her more controversial appearances in the Wasilla church, Palin told a group of ministry students in June to pray that sending troops to Iraq was part of “God’s plan.”

No no no.

But, you know, she wanted to allow Intelligent Design to be taught in schools, if they wanted to! How horrible to allow different viewpoints to be taught!

But, then, it has gotten so bad on the left that they are seeking counseling for their Palin Derangement Syndrome.

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