Wednesday, March 19, 2008

Obama's Church And Pastor Support Hamas

Remember when just yesterday Obama said he couldn't disavow his pastor just like he couldn't disavow his grandmother? (Well, of course he could, you don't have a choice when it comes to family but you sure can leave the church if you disagree with their teachings) When you think it can't get any worse, not only is Obama's church racist and anti-Semitic it also supports a genocidal terrorist group.

Then there’s July 8. In his “Pastor’s Pages” at Page 9, the Rev. Wright helpfully introduces an article on “Progressive Muslims” by one Omid Safi by telling us (bold is mine; pictured here):

Most of our members do not know that my Master’s Degree from the University of Chicago’s Divinity School was in the area of Islam in West Africa during the 19th Century — when the trans-Atlantic Slave Trade was at its zenith. Islam has as many manifestations as Christianity and Judaism, but most Americans are only fed a media diet on Islam as it relates to the “war on terror” and the Palestinian muslim problem in the “state” of Israel.

In case you didn't know, Omid Safi is a Hamas terrorist and quite proud of it.

Since Obama has stated he can't disavow his church we MUST, according to him accept the fact that he agrees with his church, otherwise he would disavow it and attend a different church.

Did I mention he takes his two young daughters to hear this hate speech every week? What kind of parent takes their children to hear someone preach racist, anti-Semitic, and pro terrorist rhetoric?


Anonymous lee said...

Genicide is never acceptable, especially in a church setting. That pastor sounds like a heathen, he endorses everthing that is evil, neer read anyhing he endorses that could be considered good.

March 20, 2008 9:22 PM  
Anonymous jane said...

This church is certainly getting a bad rap for their wrongdoings. Perhaps the publicity will turn them around although I doubt it will.

March 24, 2008 10:03 PM  
Anonymous ray said...

Now they're into killing people. That's bad.

March 27, 2008 7:45 PM  

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