Wednesday, April 30, 2008

What is Wright all about Anyway?

To understand the Wright Controversy, let's check in with Michelle Malkin's latest article.
Obama's best-selling "Audacity of Hope" is named after the first sermon of Wright's that he heard -- decades ago -- in which the pastor of racial resentment inveighed against an environment "where white folks' greed runs a world in need, apartheid in one hemisphere, apathy in another hemisphere." Yet, only now has Obama concluded that Wright's sermons are "a bunch of rants that aren't grounded in truth."

Welcome to the Jive Talk Express.
Jive Talk Express? And some people question whether or not their might be a racial component to this furor over Jeremiah Wright.

I also like Malkin's that, "decades ago" the description of Apartheid and Apathy would be a bunch of rants that aren't grounded in the truth. Has Ms. Malkin heard of South Africa? Decades ago, they actually did have something called Apartheid. Maybe she should read up on it. And conditions here in the United States for Blacks, "decades ago," weren't all that great either.

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