Palin Calls Obama on His Racist “Pastor” of 20 Years

October 6, 2008

From today’s New York Times op-ed by Bill Kristol, interviewing Gov. Palin:

“I pointed out that Obama surely had a closer connection to the Rev. Jeremiah Wright than to Ayers — and so, I asked, if Ayers is a legitimate issue, what about Reverend Wright?

“She didn’t hesitate: ‘To tell you the truth, Bill, I don’t know why that association isn’t discussed more, because those were appalling things that that pastor had said about our great country, and to have sat in the pews for 20 years and listened to that — with, I don’t know, a sense of condoning it, I guess, because he didn’t get up and leave — to me, that does say something about character.'”

Indeed it does — you promote what you tolerate, Senator Infanticide, or rather you secretly ratify and wish well what you publicly feign ignorance of.  But actions have consequences, even in the eerie MSM blackout of Obama’s shady past.  Even self-generated ciphers with faked birth certificates are required to account for themselves to the American people.  Sorry, forked-tongue MSM vouching for the ObaMessiah’s deity won’t cut it.

If you’ve forgotten just how filthy Wright’s ravings were, here’s an atypically-thorough piece on the good “reverend” and his passive disciple, from ABC News:

Revolting.  So when Barky Hussein’s blaspheming mentor of 20 years rants “God damn America!” and blames You the People for the September 11 terrorist attacks, Gov. Palin has every right — no, the moral duty — to expose and condemn his acquiescence in Wright’s anti-American, anti-Semite, racist rants.  If Sen. McCain won’t shake the skeletons from this crypto-radical’s Alinsky/Ayers closet, the Pitbull with Lipstick will.

So beleaguered patriots, take heart!  Not every pol’s asleep at the ship of state’s wheel.  From today’s Bloomberg, by Nicholas Johnston:

“The Democratic presidential nominee ‘is not a man who sees America as you see it,’ [Palin] said at an Oct. 4 campaign rally in Carson, California.

“Her supporters said they liked the new tone. ‘It’s about time the pit bull got loose,’ said Ken Gow, a 47-year-old police officer who was among the more than 10,000 people at the Carson rally.”

You betcha, as Mrs P. herself would say — I was one of those 13,000 energized souls (the press didn’t count the 3,000-odd standers) in Carson on Saturday, and we love her “new tone.”  Rip ’em up, chew ’em up, spit ’em out Sarah!


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