1995 Obama praises Rev. Wright: "the best of what the Black Church has to offer"

Here's a 1995 interview with Barack Obama where he praises Reverend Jeremiah Wright of the Trinity United Church of Christ, calling him "the best of what the Black Church has to offer" (more quotes from the video here).


Nice find. If more people/voters could see this sort of thing, they'd realize that contrary to the spin he and his campaign would like us all to swallow, he\'s been all about race and racial identity -- for Blacks of course -- all along [1], and his campaign would be damaged. But the MSM won't cover it. And McCain is too stupid -- excuse me, 'decent' -- to put this sort of info front and center.

[1] blog.vdare.com/archives/2008/10/31/its-david-axelrods-reality-show/

Praise for Wright by Obama did not end in the 1990s. Listen to the words of Obama in 2007 (hear them yourself at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qpzHQ_PC1uI). “I’ve got to give a special shoutout to • my pastor • the guy who puts up with me • COUNSELS ME • listens to my wife complain about me. • HE’S A FRIEND, and • A GREAT LEADER (not just in Chicago but all across the country).” But who is Jeremiah Wright? • Pastor of Trinty United Church of Christ, the church that gave a lifetime membership to the racist, anti-Semite Louis Farrakhan, who has said that “Hitler was a great man” and ”White people are potential humans; they haven’t evolved yet. • A man who encourages blacks not to say “God bless America” but rather “God damn America.” • A man who INSPIRED Barack Obama TO TEARS (according to Obama’s own book) with an epiphany at the first sermon of Wright that Obama heard. In this sermon Obama spoke that Wright spoke of “white folks' greed runs a world in need.” Clearly Obama (despite his disingenuous disclaimer) was fully aware of Wright’s anti-white rants from the FIRST SERMON HE HEARD. Can America really afford a President, who is so enthralled with a man who “counsels” him, is a personal “friend” and a “great leader.” Yet he was fully aware of the fact that the man he praised so was actually a vehement racist.