Wednesday, April 30, 2008

Election update

WASHINGTON - Democrat Barack Obama on Tuesday denounced his former pastor, the
Rev. Jeremiah Wright, saying that the fiery minister's ''ridiculous
propositions'' that the United States spread AIDS in the black community and
invited the 9/11 terrorist attacks contradicted ''everything that I'm about and
who I am.''
Calling Wright's most recent comments ''a bunch of rants that
aren't grounded in truth,'' a visibly angered Obama accused his former pastor of
enjoying his recent three-day media blitz -- topped by Monday's appearance at
the National Press Club -- at the expense of the campaign and the issues that
confront voters.
Finally, Obama denounces this madman, so far his biggest hurdle on the campaign trail.

1 comment:

  1. Madman is a little harsh, there is some truth in what he says. Now, I don't nearly know enough to say everything he says is true, but I'd rather disprove what he says with evidence than with blind patriotism. I will say it kinda pisses me off, when blacks are racist towards whites, eh, scratch that. When anyone is racist it pisses me off.


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