Saturday, March 15, 2008


By now we've all seen heard the Obama's pastor Jeremiah Wright's sermon ripping on America. Here's a quote:
"Jesus was a poor black man who lived in a country and who lived in a culture that was controlled by rich white people. The Romans were rich, the Romans were Italian, which means they were European, which means they were white, and the Romans ran everything in Jesus' country. It just came to me, within the past few weeks, y'all, why so many folks are hatin' on Barack Obama: He doesn't fit the mold. He ain't white, he ain't rich, and he ain't privileged. Hillary fits the mold. Europeans fit the mold. Giuliani fits the mold. Rich white men fit the mold. Hillary never had a cab whiz past her and not pick her up because her skin was the wrong color. Hillary never had to worry about being pulled over in her car as a black man driving in the wrong ne - I am sick of Negroes who just do not get it."
There's been a lot of discussion about this hate speech and Obama's tacit approval of it and comfort with this hatemonger marrying him and Michelle and baptizing his children, but one thing I haven't seen or heard is that besides ripping on Hillary and anti-Obama black folks is that Wright is essentially saying that Obama is Jesus. They're both blacks living in a country run by rich white people. Each is being sold out by his "own people."

I know the college people who are in the cult of Obama act like this, but sorry, Obama ain't Jesus.