Discussion in 'Congress' started by Gunny, Mar 19, 2008.
He's "shaken up." The play for sympathy.
Do you think he said "amen" when his pastor said "God Damn America?" If so, then he can kiss my ass.
Right. It's all about race now. What bullsh*t.
Considering he was in Miami that day, I somehow doubt it.
How 'bout the days he was in church?
Considering only one instance of him saying "god damn America" has shown up, and considering how badly the right and Clinton campaigns are out to get him, I'm pretty sure Wright didn't say "God damn America" when Obama was in Church.
How about spending twenty years in a church listening to a preacher spew what Obama's own aides have refered to as 'Inflamatory Rhetoric." Doesn't show good judgement, does it.
You know, President Bush used to play golf with Ken Lay, but I guess guilt by assocation only applys if you are a Republican.
1) He said some inflammatory things. Any evidence all/most/the majority of things he said over that 20 years was inflammatory?
2) What exactly about it is bad judgement? That he didn't guess that he would run for president some day and that it would become an issue?
I don't care if Bush was bff was Lay, I care if political favors were passed through.
So Obama won't pass politcal favors to his "mentor?"
Umm I have no idea.
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