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Every denomination needs one of these...

How would Jesus vote?

Thursday, January 17, 2008

No, this isn't a joke. From the Des Moines Register:

Jeremiah Wright, a Chicago-based church leader and spiritual advisor to Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama, will examine political issues through a spiritual lens Friday during a five-hour workshop titled "How Would Jesus Vote?" at Simpson College.

Wright, senior pastor of Trinity United Church of Christ in Chicago, also will deliver the annual George Washington Carver Lecture at 7:30 p.m. Thursday in Smith Chapel on Simpson's campus in Indianola.
Wright apparently isn't ready to walk away from his 15 minutes of fame as Obama's minister. When he's not busy kissing up to Louis Farrakhan, his claim to fame outside of Chicago is being Obama's minister... and he's aparently going to milk it for all it's worth.

The Baltimore Sun covered Wright's most recent sermon where he took a swipe at former President Bill Clinton from the pulpit:

On Sunday morning - amid intensified crossfire between Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton and Obama over the use of race in the Democratic presidential campaign - Wright was preaching from the Gospel of John, using his powerful style to link the story of the loaves and fishes to a contemporary political message.

Man should not put limits on what God can do, but that's what people always do, he told the crowd. Just as God made five loaves and two fishes feed thousands, God has provided liberators for blacks in the past - from Nat Turner to the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., and now Barack Obama. But, Wright said, there were always reasons not to follow them.

Some argue that blacks should vote for Clinton "because her husband was good to us," he continued.

"That's not true," he thundered. "He did the same thing to us that he did to Monica Lewinsky."
Ouch! I'm just wondering how much longer this sort of thing goes on before Obama punches the ejector button on Wright.
posted by UCCtruths, Thursday, January 17, 2008


i'm surprised this wasn't plastered all over the networks and this is my 1st in hearing this news.

barack really needs to distance himself quickly or he will lose what little oppty he has to win anything.
commented by Blogger autoprt, 2:30 AM  

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