Obama for twenty years went to a church, pastor of which – Reverend Jeremia Wright [source: Hot Air] – spewed vomit-inducing anti-American libel. Obama liked Jeremia’s sermons so much, he even named his book after one of this guy’s sermons. This pastor, Revered Wright married Obama and his wife, and even baptised Obamas children. Previously on the election trail, Obama several times referred to Rev. Wright as his spiritual guru, and even said once that he will likely consult Reverend on important issues if he is elected President.
So, here is the problem: Obama wants to become President of America TODAY, but he is a fan of a guy who for twenty years taught Obama to HATE United States for what it has done in the PAST.
First, As Jesus said, “he who is without sin throw the first stone.” There is not country that has not done something horrible in its history in one point or another. Sure, America has done horrible things in the past. Well, America also constantly reminds herself about her shameful past. America makes amends – Affirmative Action, scholarships for minorities – tell me of another country that makes amends for its past wrongdoings.
Second, while I can understand why some blacks might be angry for the history of their people in America, I refuse to be hated on that basis. Nobody is denying that slavery, segregation, and other monstrous stuff — such as Tuskegee Experiment – did in fact happened. But they happpened long time ago and I had nothing to do with them!
Do we really want to elect a President who hates modern America for crimes committed by America hundred years prior? What did I personally do to be hated as an American? I was born in USSR, I had NOTHING to do with slavery, or racism, or segregation. And now, I am looking at a distinct possibility of being forced to pledge allegiance to a President-Elect who hates me on the basis of the fact that I am white!
I cannot understand how Obama is not ashamed of his pastor. If I went to church where pastor was giving anti-semitic, andi-black, or antigay sermons, I instantly would leave that place so fast I would probably jump out of my skin. That would be the right thing to do. The very fact that Obama still went back to the church, pastor of which claimed that 9/11 and Pearl Harbor (Yes, Pearl harbor!) were inside jobs, that G-d should damn America, begs just one conclusion: he does not this these statementsw are necessarily false. Obama thinks it is NOT offensive to wish that G-d damnes America. Obama thinks it is NOT offensive to say that 9/11 and Pearl Harbor were inside jobs. Obama thinks it is NOT offensive to blame white people for horrific crimes a small minotiry of whites committed years ago.
Shame on you, Obama!