March 17, 2008

TUCC’s Church Bulletins from July 2007 Probably Make Whether Obama Was Present on July 22 Irrelevant

Filed under: MSM Biz/Other Bias,Taxes & Government — Tom @ 4:57 pm

APRIL 17, 1 p.m.: Welcome to Campaign Spot readers! There’s more bulletin fun:
- Here (March 26) — “Another Bulletin Bomb from Obama’s Pastor, Plus Helpful Campaign Assistance from BizzyBlog”
- and Here (April 14) — “Per Rev. Wright: Jefferson a Pedophile AND Rapist, Washington Also Fathered a Slave Child”

APRIL 17, 2:30 p.m.: Welcome, Kossacks, to “this right-wing hit job,” otherwise known as “telling the truth about someone that lefties would rather not have revealed.” And thanks to Hillary Clinton for telling the 10 million or so who tuned into last night’s debate mutual meltdown that Barack Obama’s 20-year pastor and mentor, the Rev. Jeremiah A. Wright of the Trinity United Church of Christ, was, “giving the church bulletin over to the leader of Hamas to put a message in.” Because he did (well, maybe not “the” leader, but “one of the top leaders”). Boo-yah.

APRIL 17, 7:45 p.m.: Video and commentary –”Hillary Clinton Channels March BizzyBlog Wright-TUCC Bulletin Post”

March 19: Welcome to LGF readers and others. Don’t miss this new development: “Obama: It Looks Like There’s More Where Wright Came From,” about a certain James Meeks.

March 20: WorldNetDaily’s Aaron Klein (HT YID With LID) linked in and wrote — “Obama church published Hamas terror manifesto; Compares charter calling for murder of Jews to Declaration of Independence.”

March 20: Church Bulletin Bonus: Omid Safi and the Progressive Muslim Union (PMU)

March 20: By popular demand, click here or on the mini-pic below to get to the JPEG containing the two-page column by Hamas terrorist Mousa Abu Marzook:



(begin original post)

OVERVIEW: A thorough review of the anti-Bush, antiwar, anti-white, and pro-Palestinian “tenor and tone” of the “Pastor’s Pages” section of the weekly online bulletins published by the Rev. Jeremiah Wright’s Trinity United Church of Christ during July 2007, and a more cursory look at nearly 100 other issues of that bulletin dating back to late 2004, show that the types of opinions and statements Barack Obama now characterizes as “unacceptable and inexcusable” — ones that he claims not to have been aware of until around the time he declared his presidential candidacy — have been a staple of the church’s overall Sunday presentation for at least several years, and would have been nearly impossible for an active church member to avoid hearing and/or seeing. The July 22, 2007 bulletin even gave two full pages of space to a known Hamas terrorist.


There appears to be some controversy about these paragraphs in a Newsmax report about a sermon given by the Rev. Jeremiah A. Wright (hmm — I wonder what would happen if I started calling him “Reverend JAWs”?).

The following excerpt contains the article’s first two paragraphs, followed by a passage from about halfway through:

Presidential candidate Barack Obama preaches on the campaign trail that America needs a new consensus based on faith and bipartisanship, yet he continues to attend a controversial Chicago church whose pastor routinely refers to “white arrogance” and “the United States of White America.”

In fact, Obama was in attendance at the church when these statements were made on July 22. …..

Bush’s Bulls–t

Wright’s strong sentiments were echoed in the Sunday morning service attended by NewsMax.

Wright laced into America’s establishment, blaming the “white arrogance” of America’s Caucasian majority for the woes of the world, especially the oppression suffered by blacks. To underscore the point he refers to the country as the “United States of White America.” Many in the congregation, including Obama, nodded in apparent agreement as these statements were made.

The sermon also addressed the Iraq war, a frequent area of Wright’s fulminations.

“Young African-American men,” Wright thundered, were “dying for nothing.” The “illegal war,” he shouted, was “based on Bush’s lies” and is being “fought for oil money.”

In a sermon filled with profanity, Wright also blamed the war on “Bush administration bulls–t.”

The Obama campaign now claims that the service NewsMax reporter Jim Davis attended was not the one that took place on July 22. The Democratic presidential candidate appeared in Miami on the afternoon of the 22nd (video here), had “an appearance” that morning in Chicago, and may not have had time to attend any of the Trinity United Church of Christ’s services that day.

But whether Obama was there on July 22 doesn’t really matter. Obama likely attended other services in July 2007 (in fact, I saw somewhere that the campaign has acknowledged as much; NewsMax insists that it’s so). I have also obtained all five of the TUCC’s online bulletins published in July 2007. Based on my review of them, I believe it’s more than likely that the Iraq War would have been a topic in a Wright sermon at least two and possibly more other times in that month alone.

Pages 10-11 of the “Pastor’s Page” section of the July 15 bulletin contains a two-page anti-Bush, screed by Obery M. Hendricks, Jr., Ph.D. (pictured here), that was apparently originally published somewhere on June 20, 2007 (curiously, every “Pastor’s Page” page reads “Sermons copyrighted by Rev. Jeremiah A. Wright, Jr.”). Here are a couple of Mr. Hendricks’s more choice comments:

  • “(Bush is) a man who has shown a frightening disdain for the sanctity of human life for the entirety of his career in elective office.
  • He …… sent thousands of Americans to their deaths based on lies and knowing deception …”

Clearly, this article by Mr. Obery could have been used as a starting point for the Rev. Wright in his live sermon that day.

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.

The quote marks are the Rev. Wright’s, not mine.

After Safi’s article, there follows on Page 11 a “Pastoral Letter on the Iraq War,” introduced as follows (bold is mine):

This pastoral letter, written by the Presidents of the United Church of Christ Related Seminaries, the Officers of the United Church of Christ, and the 39 Conference Ministers of the United Church of Christ was read in our Worship Service last Sunday, on the July 4 weekend.

That would mean it was read on the previous Sunday, July 1.

Here’s how it begins, followed by a couple of other excerpts:

The war in Iraq is now in its fifth year. Justified as a means to end oppression, this war has imposed the new oppression of terror on the people of Iraq.

….. Tens of thousands more innocent Iraqi lives are daily being offered on the altar of preemptive war and sectarian violence…. In our name human rights have been violated, abuse and torture sanctioned, civil liberties dismantled, Iraqi infrastructure and lives destroyed.

In sum (including Wright’s intro), the “war on terror,” carried in quotes, is the equivalent of John Edwards’s bumper sticker; the US military is the terrorist oppressor; and tens of thousands are being killed and injured daily.

(Lest anyone think that there is universal agreement in the national UCC about the contents of the letter, check out the comments at the page where the pastoral letter was initially published.)

More to the point, the fact that Iraq was a dominant issue in the bulletin, and the “significance” of the pastoral letter, make it pretty likely that the Rev. Wright discussed Iraq in his inimitable way on July 1, July 8, or both.

We could also visit the July 29 bulletin, in which the Rev. Wright bizarrely introduces an article (pictured here) about Paris Hilton’s alleged “conversion” (not …. kidding) as an example of “21st Century white distortions” and “arrogance.”

Oh, and what did Obama miss on the 22nd if he indeed didn’t attend TUCC that day, pick up its bulletin, or read the bulletin online? Why, in the “Pastor’s Pages” that day, there was a reprint of “A Fresh View of the Palestinian Struggle” (pictured here). This article’s original appearance in the Los Angeles Times provoked justifiable howls of outrage. You see, author Mousa Abu Marzook is the deputy of the political bureau of Hamas, the Islamic Resistance Movement. That is, he is either a spokesman for terrorists and/or a terrorist himself. The Investigative Project goes with the latter conclusion, as does the government. The Rev. Wright apparently had no problem with reproducing the writings of a terrorist who, “during his tenure in the US ….. created an extensive network to support HAMAS’ terrorist activities.” Nice.

Now what was that Barack Obama said to Major Garrett on Friday? Oh, this:

And so you know, I think that the statements that have been strung together are compiled out of, you know, hundred of sermons that he delivered over the course of his lifetime. But, obviously, they are ones that are, from my perspective, completely unacceptable and inexcusable.

And if I had thought that that was the tenor or tone on an ongoing basis of his sermons, then, yes, I don’t think that it would have been reflective of my values or my faith experience.

So we’re supposed to believe that Barack Obama picked up none of the clearly objectionable July material described in this post — let alone what the Rev. Wright might have said.

And this is only from one month. I have in my possession almost 100 other TUCC online bulletins dating as far back as December 2004. Although I haven’t read every issue’s “Pastor’s Pages” word for word, I have seen enough to be confident that July 2007 was not an atypical month — and that Barack and Michelle Obama would have to have been deaf, dumb, and blind on an “ongoing basis” to not have picked up a continual stream of what is, and remains, in Barack Obama’s own words, “completely unacceptable and inexcusable.”

Yet they continued to attend. Draw your own conclusions.


UPDATE: The howls in the Buckeye leftosphere provide confirmation that paydirt is indeed being struck. I would link, but really, guys, how about some substantive rebuttals, instead of relentless and occasionally profane name-calling? They sure don’t like it when someone’s or some church’s own words are merely played back, do they? Someone also ought to get with them about the concept of deferred posts.

UPDATE 2: A TUCC Online Bulletin is typically a 30-40 page document of pretty significant size (400K – 2MB), so I haven’t yet uploaded any of them to my host or linked to any of them (assuming they can still be linked to :–>). The “Pastor’s Pages” portion of each bulletin usually takes up three or more of those. Given the scrutiny, I’ll either be doing that or providing some JPEGs of what I referred to in this post.



  1. Jim Davis of NewsMax has a problem with his facts. You can’t correct that by sifting through church bulletins – Obama wasn’t there to hear the sermon, despite the claims of Jim Davis.

    Jeremiah Wright apparently says things and writes things that many of us consider offensive. Certainly, Barack Obama has condemned a number of Wright’s remarks. Lucky for us, Obama is the one running for the presidency, not Jeremiah Wright.

    Regarding the bulletins, most of us are not surprised to see that Christians oppose wars, especially a “preemptive” war of choice against a state that presented no existential threat to our country.

    Comment by Tony B. — March 17, 2008 @ 11:28 pm

  2. #1, I’m supposed to believe that Newsmax published what it did without BOOHOO objecting for many months, and only NOW do they decide he wasn’t there, and Davis made it up. Uh-huh. BTW, there is a 7:15 a.m. Sunday service, so BOOHOO’s presence on 7-22 isn’t impossible, even with a time change. Nobody has ever said what his Sunday morning Chicago “appearance” was.

    Re the bulletins, it isn’t the antiwar sentiment as much as the overt hostility towards Bush, the condoning of terrorists and terror (do real “Christians” do that?), the totally warped stats, and often total abject absence of truth. Many of the pastor’s pages might as well have come off of the DNC’s press releases. Perhaps they did, which is why as I understand it, the church is under IRS investigation.

    Your attempts to distance BOOHOO from his 20-year mentor Wright aren’t even worthy of a response. They’ve been answered a dozen times over elsewhere — which is why I’m just telling readers to draw their own conclusions.

    Comment by TBlumer — March 18, 2008 @ 12:09 am

  3. How would Obama be aware of anything that NewsMax “published?”

    Obama wasn’t in attendance on the 22nd, so now you ask us to believe that Obama wades through 30-40 page church bulletins weekly?
    Keep trying.

    Comment by Tony B. — March 18, 2008 @ 12:34 am

  4. I’m not the dummy who’s doing the Sgt. Schultz “I see nothing” imitation for 20 freaking years. I’m not the one that needs to keep trying to get out of an inexplicable jam.

    The “message” part of the bulletin is roughly pp. 8-12 each week.

    Comment by TBlumer — March 18, 2008 @ 12:57 am

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  6. I know that I look at MY church bulletins, and I can darn well tell you what my pastor believes. I can ALSO tell you that if my pastor was as systematic in spouting anti-American, anti-White (or any other race) as Obama’s pastor is, and if he persisted in using the church as a social and political arena while calling it a house of God, then I most certainly not remain a member of that church. This church is nothing more than a front for it’s extreme leftist membership to spew their caustic brand of hatred and bigotry. I say to Obama, “if you lie down with dogs, you get up with fleas”!

    Comment by Glennis — March 18, 2008 @ 1:23 pm

  7. #6, Exactly.

    #3, read #6. Game, set, match.

    Comment by TBlumer — March 18, 2008 @ 1:34 pm

  8. #1, How did Newsmax and others get ahold of the tapes which I understand were for sale as DVDs and even more important how did they know to wade through all those sermons to get those quotes????? Listening to hours of sermons is so far beyond the patience and understanding of the normal journalist that it begs the question: Who ratted out Rev Wright? Surely not a true believer?

    I submit the following, the Clintons, namely Bill, started the race baiting a couple of months ago in order to tie Obama into knots over the race question in order to make him far more contraversial than the Clintons issues. It was the Clintons who stood the most to gain by splitting the Dem party primary vote over racial issues given there are far fewer Blacks than Whites, Asians and Hispanics.

    This was a political black ops job.

    Comment by dscott — March 18, 2008 @ 2:33 pm

  9. It is obvious what Obama is covering up. He’s been in with far left radicals, marxist, Hamas, his looney hate-mongering anti-Christ, anti-love minister for 20 years now in Chicago.

    Anyone, with an ounce of common sense, being a church member for one single year knows this is nothing at all related to Christ. Christ did not divide by color, nor did he even foment hatred of Rome.

    In fact, he did exact opposite. He taught his followers to give kindness and love to their Roman occupiers. Wright is no more a true preacher of God than I am quarterback for the NY Giants.

    He’s a false teacher, a hater, bitter with envy, covetous, angry to his core, so much he spews it forth publically to his lost followers.

    This is sad, sad and sad. Christ himself would condemn such a church, remove its elders and put new people in place, if not altogether demolish it. This church is nothing but a meeting place of the world. Where one hates or loves based upon color. This goes against everything Christ taught. Who are we? No better than pagans? Even pagans can love their own brothers.

    Comment by Michael — March 18, 2008 @ 2:41 pm

  10. #8, yep, and even now he feels like he can’t go after them, even though he know d*** well that it’s where it came from. GOPers/conservatives wouldn’t have gotten into this unless and until BOOHOO were the nominee. So instead he goes after conservative talkers.

    Larry Elder and Juan Williams were on Hannity yesterday, and IIRC both agreed that this Church was NOT an unknown quantity much earlier in the campaign. But the NY Times whitewashed it, and almost everyone else stayed away. Talk about “chickens ….. coming home ….. to roost.”

    #9, it’s the old “Beware of false prophets” thing.

    Comment by TBlumer — March 18, 2008 @ 3:36 pm

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  12. Let’s see. If McCain’s church were run by racist, hate-filled terrorist sympathizing conspiracy theorists then the black community and the left would leap to his defense? This hypocrisy is disgusting. Wright deserves to be remembered as the man who cost Obama the presidency.

    Comment by ScottFree — March 19, 2008 @ 9:28 am

  13. #12, if you are right that Obama doesn’t become president, it’s Obama’s fault for staying with him for two decades.

    Comment by TBlumer — March 19, 2008 @ 9:35 am

  14. So when is the ACLU “separation of church and state” lawsuit?

    Comment by Alan K. Henderson — March 19, 2008 @ 5:30 pm

  15. Yes, the only man who cost Obama the presidency is Obama.

    Blaming Wright is infantilizing BHO. He was a grown man during his years of membership at UTC.

    Comment by JB — March 19, 2008 @ 6:06 pm

  16. Barack Hussein Obama double dog disassociates himself from his vile and reprehensible supporters more than Hillary Clinton disassociates herself from her vile and reprehensible supporters.

    Give him a cookie when we swear in President McCain.

    Comment by Mr. Beamish the Kakistocrat — March 19, 2008 @ 7:22 pm

  17. It is of my opinion that the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree.

    Comment by Amanda Williams — March 19, 2008 @ 7:36 pm

  18. Pre-emptive war. Hmmm, lets see, the UN issued 18 resolutions to Iraq. The 1st gulf war was not decided by surrended, but by little more than parole.

    Who was going to enforce the UN resolutions?

    Since the ENTIRE UN security council voted in the affirmative to go to war, isn’t this then a just war?

    It certainly had more justification than Clinton/Albright’s excellent adventure into the Balkans.

    Wright is a terrorist appeaser and probable supporter. His support of palestinian terrorists certainly suggest that.

    Since his most prominent church member was a US Senator, it stands the smell test that obama knew of this.

    And what obama’s name coming up in FARC intels?

    Comment by anon — March 19, 2008 @ 8:08 pm

  19. Re: #8

    “This was a political black ops job.”

    This guy has been spewing this hate for years. It doesn’t take a “black ops job” to expose racist bigots.

    All it took to expose “Rev.” Wright was his own words and YouTube.

    Comment by Scott — March 19, 2008 @ 9:30 pm

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  21. #9 Michael. Good comment. ‘Nuff said.

    Comment by Enkidu — March 19, 2008 @ 9:32 pm

  22. Fauxbama is done. The contrast between he and McCain in the Fall will be preternaturally too stark for reasonable Americans to tolerate. On the one hand we will have a war hero who courageously survived unimaginable torture, someone who even the most deranged of leftists will agree, loves his country. On the other side, we will have a shifty, effete, Ivy Leaguer without much experience, who will be mostly unknown by the electorate aside from his 20 year bond to a man and participation in a church that are disgusting to the core. His alliance with America-haters will be too large a contrast for Americans to tolerate. Fauxbama is done. The fraud has been exposed.

    Comment by Dan — March 20, 2008 @ 12:03 am

  23. #19, the point of #8 is the timing (why now and not many months ago, or a few months from now?) and the source (you would think, someone in the Clinton camp).

    Comment by TBlumer — March 20, 2008 @ 12:18 am

  24. …it’s amazing how people underestimate the resources of the Clintons ha ha ha

    Comment by Edward S. Isaacs — March 20, 2008 @ 12:35 am

  25. I have a question about yesterday’s speech. Has Barack ever offered to give it at his own church? Of course not! Only WE are suppose to change our views and rise above race & hate. Not HIM, his PASTOR or his fellow congregants. THAT is arrogance.

    And how do we know Obama doesn’t believe the same things his pastor does? Certainly we know now that his wife does. No thanks Obama, but America will pass. You even make Hillary look patriotic.

    Comment by Jo — March 20, 2008 @ 1:29 am

  26. In your literature survey, please make a note if you come across another common cultural feature in some circles — moon-hoaxism. Did Wright ever dismass the Apollo landings as ‘faked’?

    Jim O – retired rocket scentist

    Comment by JimO — March 20, 2008 @ 9:14 am

  27. If any Republican candidate had attended the ‘church’ of Rev Fred ‘God hates f-gs’ Phelps, or of someone with a similar attitude, for 20 years, we’d never hear the end of it. Barack, of course, gets a pass because he’s for ‘change’ and ‘hope’.

    Comment by B.R. — March 20, 2008 @ 9:32 am

  28. #26, no. But keep in mind that I only have about 2 years of the past 3-1/2 years of bulletins, and the moon hoax theory hasn’t been kicked around much in the last 5 years.

    Comment by TBlumer — March 20, 2008 @ 9:49 am

  29. Note that O’Bambi says “I don’t agree with my pastor all of the time,” or words to that effect. Fine. Spell out for us exactly what you agree with and what you don’t agree with. But I think we’ll be waiting a long time before that happens. This isn’t going away quietly, despite the “speech of the millenium.”

    Comment by Vicki Davisson — March 20, 2008 @ 11:36 am

  30. * “(Bush is) a man who has shown a frightening disdain for the sanctity of human life for the entirety of his career in elective office.
    * He …… sent thousands of Americans to their deaths based on lies and knowing deception …”

    This is a screed? Sounds like a reasonable opinion to me.

    Comment by markH — March 20, 2008 @ 12:08 pm

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  32. I’m sorry, I only made it half way through – but get to the point. It may hurt your feelings if this guy talked about Bush’s Bullsh!t and how he has no sanctity for human life, sent thousands of people to their deaths, etc. Here’s a secret – those things are all true.

    I’m a white person who can be objective about the world – and you know how I know there’s still racism in the country? Because I’ve seen it, because I’ve thought it myself and even said wrong things at times myself. And so have you. Everyone has those thoughts. It’s whether or not you actually believe them and affect how you treat others. Most of the commenters apparently do let it affect their beliefs. Some of us try to not let it affect us.

    I have been against the war since the beginning – and back in 2003 I sat in an all white, United Methodist church in Wisconsin, listening to the white pastor say how wrong the war is and how the President was doing it for oil money and that we shouldn’t be invading this country, etc. No one (save myself and my wife) in the audience agreed with him – they were all Bush-loving, faux-Christian, war-mongering folks.

    But guess how many switched churches? 0. None. Why not? The pastor said things they disagreed with. My father-in-law called him “unpatriotic” among some worse things that weren’t quite Christian. Why do they all still belong to the church?

    Comment by auser — March 20, 2008 @ 12:26 pm

  33. I’m surprised that most people are ignorant of this kind of ranting. It is very common in the black community. Rev Wright is simply making this public.

    Comment by GregoryZ — March 20, 2008 @ 1:05 pm

  34. Seriously.

    Out of all of this, some of you think that the issues are “Who Ratted Him Out” and “I Question The Timing” ?

    I say: “Shame on You”.

    Does Obama agree with Wright?

    I would have to say that he answered that one with his wallet – to the tune of >$20,000.

    Not to mention the part that this man has continued to play in Obama’s life -

    …He takes his children to listen to this man.
    …This is who was chosen to baptize them.
    …This is who he chose to marry him to his wife.

    For me (and, I will venture to say: “For Most People”), these were important decisions, expected to have a lasting and influential effect in my family’s life.

    (I know – not for some people – but THEY’RE not the one holding forth a deep spirituality as a positive character feature – Obama, on the other hand, IS.)

    When choosing someone to preside over such matters, a spiritual person does not choose someone IN SPITE of the fact that he preaches race-hatred and hatred-of-country…

    … said “spiritual person” choose that ‘someone’ because he believes it also.

    Politicians LIE with their WORDS – we’ve all come to accept that.

    It is through their ACTIONS that we learn what they REALLY BELIEVE.

    Jeremiah Wright, who damns the country that has made possible everything he has – who damns and blames all of society’s woes on people, based on the color of their skin – has been “allowed”, by his congregation – to be called “Preacher”.

    …and Obama has, for years, lent his strong support – as a member of that congregation.

    Again – Politicians lie with their words.
    Both in those they speak and in those they choose not to speak.

    ‘Character’ is what a man does when he thinks no one is looking or otherwise thinks he is safe from scrutiny.

    We have seen the man that Jeremiah Wright is when he is in a place where he feels safe.

    Knowing that, then – what manner of man must Obama be to have joyfully supported a man like that for so long?

    Character is what a man does, when he thinks no one is looking.

    Who did Obama stand with, when he thought no one was looking?

    - MuscleDaddy

    Comment by MuscleDaddy — March 20, 2008 @ 1:08 pm

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  36. #32, you missed the bolded Overview sentence….

    The July 22, 2007 bulletin even gave two full pages of space to a known Hamas terrorist.

    You say:

    ALL Bush-loving, faux-Christian, war-mongering folks

    I say:

    Largely Bush-supporting; Christian; People who understand when a war, despite its horrors, might be necessary.

    Nice stereotyping with the “ALL,” BTW.

    4PM Addendum — from my post:

    In sum (including Wright’s intro), the “war on terror,” carried in quotes, is the equivalent of John Edwards’s bumper sticker; the US military is the terrorist oppressor; and tens of thousands are being killed and injured daily.

    If you buy that (except for the bogus stat), fine, but don’t try to equate Wright’s war opposition to anything a mainstream religious pastor might pronounce.

    Comment by TBlumer — March 20, 2008 @ 2:52 pm

  37. #30, unless you’re prolife, your opinion is laughable. If you are, it’s at least understandable. Naive to the max, nonetheless.

    Comment by TBlumer — March 20, 2008 @ 2:55 pm

  38. What kind of Christian pastor or minister says “God D—” in ANY context?

    Which part of the 3rd Commandment did Rev. Wright NOT understand?

    Comment by DrRJP — March 20, 2008 @ 4:54 pm

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  40. Hey jackass, what reprehensible and vile supporters does Hillary have?

    Comment by L — March 20, 2008 @ 5:19 pm

  41. The Obama-trolls are active on he internet today. Face it-Obama’s bigotry has finally surfaced. Whether a racist on the political right or political left, bigotry should never be tolerated. Unfortunately, Obama supporters justify his racism.

    Comment by Sara — March 20, 2008 @ 5:48 pm

  42. Not sure if that is directed at me since the only life comment I made was that Bush has sent thousands of soldiers to their deaths (and caused thousands of Iraqi deaths) – and obviously, 5 years later, it has proved to be needless and dreadfully wrong decision. I’m not against all wars, only those which are waged for no real reason. Go into Afghanistan, wonderful, anywhere where bin Laden is, great. I’m not against killing bad people. I am against killing the innocent and putting our good people in harm’s way. But many people felt ahead of time that this war was not the right war, that it would be impossible to end, and that it would be incredibly, prohibitively expensive for little or no gain (unless really Saddam was overthrown and there were flowers and parties – then, obviously, it would have been worth it). Five years later, I can’t see how 25% of people in this country still think it was a good idea. It’s mind boggling.

    I don’t like the terms pro-life or pro-choice, since they are made up by supporters of each respective side. I would hope that no person would ever killed their child, whether born yet or not, and I would never want a woman to have an abortion if I got her pregnant. But I don’t believe it’s the government’s job to make such a decision. It is up to churches and communities to convince these people to make the right decision, not on the government to force it upon them.

    I haven’t decided if it’s hypocritical or not yet, although I would think that pro-life people would say that it is. It’s just how I feel and currently rationalize it to myself, I guess.

    Also – I will use the word “ALL” when referring to my church because I go there and know the people there. “All” may have exaggerated it slightly, I should have said “greater than 98%” since I’m sure there was someone who was against the war from the beginning, although I haven’t met any of them yet, unfortunately.

    Comment by auser — March 20, 2008 @ 5:58 pm

  43. Oh, and if the “naive” was for me – I prefer to refer to myself by the term “starry-eyed” or “cock-eyed optimist.”

    Comment by auser — March 20, 2008 @ 6:00 pm

  44. [...] TUCC’s Church Bulletins from July 2007 Probably Make Whether Obama Was Present on July 22 Irreleva… [...]

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  45. #42, I’m not in the mood to debate the war-entry question, so I’ll just refer you to mostly-lib Christopher Hitchens:

    Our society doesn’t give people the “choice” of murdering someone outside the womb, and there is no defensible justification for permitting murder simply because the child happens to be in the womb.

    Comment by TBlumer — March 20, 2008 @ 10:35 pm

  46. [...] Oh, and what did Obama miss on the 22nd if he indeed didn’t attend TUCC that day, pick up its bulletin, or read the bulletin online? Why, in the “Pastor’s Pages” that day, there was a reprint of “A Fresh View of the Palestinian Struggle” (pictured here). This article’s original appearance in the Los Angeles Times provoked justifiable howls of outrage. You see, author Mousa Abu Marzook is the deputy of the political bureau of Hamas, the Islamic Resistance Movement. That is, he is either a spokesman for terrorists and/or a terrorist himself. The Investigative Project goes with the latter conclusion, as does the government. The Rev. Wright apparently had no problem with reproducing the writings of a terrorist who, “during his tenure in the US ….. created an extensive network to support HAMAS’ terrorist activities.” Nice. Read more. [...]

    Pingback by ALERT » Blog Archive » BizzyBlog—Gaffney—Emerson — March 20, 2008 @ 10:51 pm

  47. [...] BizzyBlog has an image of the newsletter which it says makes whether Barack Obama was present at church or not “irrelevant.” [...]

    Pingback by » Barack Obama’s Church Reprinted Hamas Manifesto — March 21, 2008 @ 7:05 am

  48. Ha Ha!

    That’s nothing!!!

    Wait ’till Hillzilla bring up Obama’s own dear Kenyian brother, who participated in massacres of Christians by Muslims in Kenya…

    I can just picture him cartooned next to
    his dear bro’ both holding machetes dripping with blood!!!

    Then wait for the show in Denver!


    Comment by Ming the Merciless — March 21, 2008 @ 12:05 pm

  49. [...] “deputy of the political bureau of Hamas.” A photo image of the piece was captured and posted today by the business blog BizzyBlog, which first brought attention to it. The Hamas article was first published by the Los Angeles [...]

    Pingback by Obama church published Hamas terror manifesto « True Discernment — March 21, 2008 @ 12:09 pm

  50. [...] El Rev. Jeremiah Wright es la persona en cuestión, asesor espiritual de Obama, y simpatizante del grupo terrorista Hamas, esto queda en evidencia luego de observar la difusión en un boletín pastoral de una nota propagandistica (camuflada en una Op-ed en el LA Times… [...]

    Pingback by La religion de Barack Obama « El — March 21, 2008 @ 1:02 pm

  51. Hey yo Barack, with friends like this, you don’t need enemies.
    Birds of a feather, misery loves company, men are known by the company they keep & guilty by association…

    Comment by Scott Chester — March 21, 2008 @ 2:19 pm

  52. Oh yeah I forgot, English only, please

    Comment by Scott Chester — March 21, 2008 @ 2:20 pm

  53. I believe people are missing the point. It’s what this church preaches and BOOHOO (liked that one) has been sitting there for 20 years hearing this crap. What if David Duke were McCains ‘spiritual’ advisor for the past 20 years? Would that be ok? I mean he could say “I don’t agree with everything he says, he’s like a young nephew, you know, they “say things”.

    20 YEARS he has been sitting listening to this bigot, and he thinks he is good for America? UH…NO.

    Comment by Liz — March 21, 2008 @ 3:40 pm

  54. [...] Bizzy Blog has a capture of the reprinting. As Scott Johnson says: Perhaps most revealing is the church bulletin’s own subhead over the column: “An official of the movement describes its goals for all of Palestine.” You know, “all of Palestine,” including Israel, whose right to exist Hamas denies and which it seeks to “liberate” for Islam. [...]

    Pingback by Obama’s Church Reprinted Hamas Article : The American Pundit — March 21, 2008 @ 5:49 pm

  55. [...] TBlumer, of the BizzyBlog obtained this copy of a church bulletin (click on thumbnail to enlarge), from the July 22, 2007 “Pastor’s Page”, of the weekly online bulletin from Obama’s Church (Rev. Jeremiah Wright of the Trinity United Church of Christ). [...]

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  56. Tom Blumer wrote @ #36, “…don’t try to equate Wright’s war opposition to anything a mainstream religious pastor might pronounce.”

    Pope Warns Against War

    Comment by Tony B. — March 21, 2008 @ 7:15 pm

  57. Liz, #53

    In his speech on March 18, Barack Obama said, “Why associate myself with Reverend Wright in the first place, they may ask? Why not join another church? And I confess that if all that I knew of Reverend Wright were the snippets of those sermons that have run in an endless loop on the television and You Tube, or if Trinity United Church of Christ conformed to the caricatures being peddled by some commentators, there is no doubt that I would react in much the same way.”

    I urge you to view more than snippets of sermons, here:

    It may not be what you are used to, but it is Bible based.

    Comment by Tony B. — March 21, 2008 @ 7:26 pm

  58. Mr. Obama will have a lot to answer for during the general election because of this, but something tells me it will have about as much negative impact on his election as did the church bulletins and broadcasts of Falwell, Robertson, Roberts, Hagee and Swaggart on the elections of Reagan or the two Bush patriarchs.

    The possibility that direct conservations between a President Obama and Hamas, Ahmadinejad or anyone else who has been causing us and our friends suffering in the past 50+ years may not be an unwelcome change of approach.

    Nixon went to China. Reagan went to USSR. Why can’t Obama go to Cuba or Syria?

    Comment by Bluehawk — March 21, 2008 @ 7:40 pm

  59. #56, that is serious delusion you’re engaging in if you think there is equivalence. Please don’t waste my time trying to pretend otherwise.

    Comment by TBlumer — March 21, 2008 @ 8:05 pm

  60. #58, I didn’t know that Falwell, Robertson, Roberts, Hagee or Swaggart were Reagan’s or Bush’s pastor.

    OH, that’s because they WEREN’T.

    You make no point.

    The people Nixon visited wanted us conquered, and probably still do. The people you want us to negotiate with want us all DEAD.

    Comment by TBlumer — March 21, 2008 @ 8:09 pm

  61. I don’t believe Reagan had a pastor. I don’t believe W has one, either, and I’m pretty sure McCain doesn’t have one. They just play faithful on TV.

    Comment by Tony B. — March 22, 2008 @ 1:10 am

  62. The only thing I have to say about Obama is: So much for his “kumbaya unity” act.

    Karma chameleon.

    Comment by sh — March 22, 2008 @ 6:26 am

  63. Oh, educate yourselves. Here is the “GD America” sermon. The sermon wasn’t about damning, it was about doing the right thing and holding ourselves accountable. As God will.

    You know what is called jumping to conclusions with a pre-determined opinion ? Prejudice.

    Comment by wtfyall — March 22, 2008 @ 8:26 pm

  64. Here’s the link:

    Comment by wtfyall — March 22, 2008 @ 8:26 pm

  65. Hussein Obama wanted Imus fired for his comments. Buit his racist, bigoted preacher, oh no. Talk about faux-christians! #32 – your Bush (the greatest president) hatred is showing. Every liberal has no tolerance for those who disagree with them on the right. Be a wacko on the extreme left, that a legitimate position. #32, keep repeating the same lies.

    Comment by stevie — March 22, 2008 @ 8:33 pm

  66. One can only wonder when he was at the Church, when he keeps saying he wasn’t at the Church, pretty soon he will be saying he hasn’t been to the church, when probably he was really at the church….

    Comment by A4G6 — March 22, 2008 @ 9:47 pm

  67. [...] it is found that Jeremiah Wright used his column in the chuch newsletter to reprint a Hamas hate manifesto, Obama uses these [...]

    Pingback by No Runny Eggs » Blog Archive » Words matter, but actions matter more — March 24, 2008 @ 8:00 am

  68. I am Jew,black, and native American. If us jews cried like the blacks, we would’nt have a country? American blacks are welfare minded, they are always owed something.
    Rev. Wright, Obama,Hagel.Lugar, all these people are members of the US Progressive Party? Wake up to the Socialist take-over? Obama wont wear the flag, pledge? Now you see who they are, nation wide, with middleeast ties? Hamas is all over Chi town, Barack himself said he would side with the muslims if he cant do it politicaly?

    Comment by wilmoon — March 24, 2008 @ 8:07 am

  69. [...] to Bizzyblog, who did extensive work in going through these bulletins, And this is only from one month.I have in [...]

    Pingback by Barack Obama, The Pastor, and the Creator of Black Liberation Theology. « The Mailman’s Bag — March 25, 2008 @ 9:37 pm

  70. Obama is BUSTED. He’s now exposed as a politician as ruthlessy equivocal when it comes to telling the truth as Hillary. Advantage: McCain.

    Comment by darrell — March 26, 2008 @ 12:43 pm

  71. [...] latest revelation about published material from Obama’s church follows the discovery last week by BizzyBlog that Trinity United Church of Christ reprinted a manifesto by Hamas that defended terrorism as [...]


  72. Most of White America has never the time to educate themselves re: history of slavery. Oh, they know it existed but they don’t know exactly how bad it existed and how these biogated attitudes still prevail today. I’m not saying it isn’t better today. All I’m saying is that I have no argument with R. Wrights, “White America” statements as they are based on truth. I do have a problem with the statements he makes on Israel, which are NOT based on truth, simply emotion. “Myth and Fact: A Guide to the Israeli/Palestinian Conflict.” Read it folks. And do some reading on slavery, civil rights; maybe then you’ll understand. Same way people are forgetting about the Holocaust-learn about that, too.

    Comment by Esther — March 26, 2008 @ 8:46 pm

  73. Am I the only person who noticed that this is not a copy of the full church bulletin? Once again, something put before the American people out of context. Show me the entire bulletin to prove the authenticity of the article. Also, the pages posted are pages 10 and 11, which clearly indicates that what was published on those pages is an article from the Los Angeles Times that was published on July 10, 2007. Rev. Wright did not Rev. Wright did not write the article. Because this article is under the subheading of “Pastor’s Page,” there should be some commentary about the article. Why isn’t Rev. Jeremiah’s commentary about the article posted along with these pages? Your half-reporting information is not going to work this time. NO, NOT THIS TIME!!! POST IT ALL, THE ENTIRE BULLENTIN!!!!!

    Comment by gf — March 27, 2008 @ 10:12 pm

  74. #73, I’m a very patient person, but that is about the weakest comment that has ever been posted here.

    Of course it’s not the whole bulletin. A whole bulletin is 30-40 freaking pages.

    You want the whole bulletin? Here’s your bulletin, straight from TUCC’s web site:

    B, F, D.

    You’re the only one dumb enough to think it’s not authentic. Do you think the Wright-Obama wouldn’t have jumped on it by now if it was bogus?

    Do I have to dump a whole newspaper on you to prove that an article was printed in it? Zheesh.

    Comment by TBlumer — March 27, 2008 @ 10:27 pm

  75. Hey, why don’t you all say what you are really thinking – you all wouldn’t be caught in the same room with a person of african decent much less have one as a president. Just come on out with it – you don’t like african-americans and you never ever will. Proudly put on your brown shirts and white sheets and drive your cars waving the stars and bars. Go ahead, don’t hide your racism – be proud of it!

    Comment by Jonathan — March 27, 2008 @ 11:25 pm

  76. #75, I really shouldn’t have allowed your personally insulting comment through, but it’s so pitiful and laughable that you deserve all the embarrassment involved in seeing it presented in all its “glory.”

    Comment by TBlumer — March 28, 2008 @ 12:24 am

  77. This would be a good time for most Americans to claim Christianity, expecially while they were upholding slavery.

    Comment by jean nate — March 28, 2008 @ 1:18 am

  78. #77, zzzzzz…..

    Comment by TBlumer — March 28, 2008 @ 6:43 am

  79. This is not even written by Rev.Wright and was a article in the LA times, was the LA time wrong for having it 2. Do we not have freedom of speech. I don’t know how we say Wright wrote this

    Comment by Antoine — March 28, 2008 @ 10:20 am

  80. #79, I never said Wright wrote this.

    What about “The July 22, 2007 bulletin even gave two full pages of space to a known Hamas terrorist” don’t you understand?

    Comment by TBlumer — March 28, 2008 @ 11:41 am

  81. Thats the same article thats was in the LA times. Those people have been fighting for hundreds of years over that space. but we say they are Terrorist. This article written was talking from a pakstanin view. Read the last paragraph maybe it will give everyone insite .

    Comment by Antoine — March 28, 2008 @ 1:45 pm

  82. #81, we say they are, because they are.

    Comment by TBlumer — March 28, 2008 @ 2:40 pm


    Obama’s efforts to connect to the Republican Party, specifically Bush, and Dick Cheney, of the Halliburton Company, dates back to the Presidents Grandfather, Prescott Bush, and indeed Cheney was once an executive officer of Halliburton.

    The American military pounds Iraq with Artillary, bombs, and the like, destroying large sections of cities, and infra-structures, then Halliburton comes in to rebuild. Halliburton and Halliburton associated companies have raked in ten’s of billions.

    Obama is just like the BIG HALIBURTAN. Haliburton has contracted to build detention centers in the U.S. similiar to the one in Quantanammo Bay, Cuba. Halliburton does nothing to earn the Two Dollars for each meal an American Serviceman in Iraq eats.

    Halliburton was scheduled to take control of the Dubai Ports in The United Arab Emiirate. The deal was canceled when Bush was unable to affect the transfer of the American Ports.

    Now we see what some might suspect as similiar financial escapading from the Democrats.

    Two years ago, Iraq’s Ministry of Electricity gave a $50 million contract to a start-up security company – Companion- owned by now-indicted businessman (TONY REZKO) Tony Rezko and a onetime Chicago cop, Daniel T. Frawley, to train Iraqi power-plant guards in the United States. An Iraqi leadership change left the deal in limbo. Now the company, Companion Security, is working to revive its contract.
    Involved along with Antoin “Tony” Rezco, long time friend and neighbor of Democratic Presidential hopeful Barack Obama, and former cop Daniel T. Frawley, is Aiham Alsammarae. Alsammarae was accused of financial corruption by Iraqi authorities and jailed in Iraq last year before escaping and returning here.

    Recently, Obama’s campaign staff have been vetted by the IRS to disclose his connection to the criminal money generating underworld. Besides, his connections to the REZCO MAFIA types, his up-coming tax fraud charges — Obama needs to disclose why he is a MUSLIM “PATWANG-FWEEE” and disclose Obama’s MUSLIM Farrakhan mob connection to Chicago’s Trinity United Church of Christ. Its minister, and Obama’s spiritual adviser, is the Rev. Jeremiah A. Wright Jr. In 1982, the church launched Trumpet Newsmagazine; Wright’s daughters serve as publisher and executive editor. Every year, the magazine makes awards in various categories. Last year, it gave the Dr. Jeremiah A. Wright Jr. Trumpeter Award to a man it said “truly epitomized greatness.” That man is Louis Farrakhan. Farrakhan and Chicago’s Trinity United Church are trumpeting Barack Obama AKA Barack Hussein Obama as the second coming of the messiah. Obama should stop suppoting our intervention in IRAQ. It’s time to introduce this false, fake Xerox – X box Obama and invite the self-indicting thief plagiarizing pipsqueke “GLORK” Xerox – X box to meet the Buffalo “GAZOWNT-GAZIKKA” Police Department Buffalo Creek. He is MAD!!! –


    “GLORK” Obama looks like Alfred E. Newman: “Tales Calculated To Drive You.” He is a MUSLIM “Glork” He’s MAD!!! Alfred E. Neuman is the fictional mascot of Mad. The face had drifted through American pictography for decades before being claimed by Mad editor Harvey Kurtzman after he spotted it on the bulletin board in the office of Ballantine Books editor Bernard Shir-Cliff, later a contributor to various magazines created by Kurtzman.
    Obama needs to disclose why he is a MUSLIM “PATWANG-FWEEE” and stop suppoting our intervention in IRAQ. It’s time to introduce this false, fake “GLORK” Xerox – X box Obama and invite the self-indicting thief plagiarizing pipsqueke Xerox – X box to meet the Buffalo “GAZOWNT-GAZIKKA” Police Department Buffalo Creek.

    Michelle Obama should be ashamed.

    “GLORK” Michelle Obama should be ashamed of her separatist-racist connection to Farrakhan and Chicago’s Trinity United Church trumpeting Barack Obama AKA Barack Hussein Obama as the second coming of the messiah. If Michelle Obama new what her husband — the Hope-A-Dope, Fonster Monster — Barack Obama AKA Barack Hussein Obama did in Harlem, she would wash her wide-open, Hus-suey loving MUSILM mouth out, with twenty-four (24) mule-team double-cross X-boX-BorraX. He is a MUSLIM “Glork” It’s time to introduce this false, fake “GLORK” Xerox – X box Obama and invite the self-indicting thief plagiarizing pipsqueke Xerox – X box to meet the Buffalo “GAZOWNT-GAZIKKA” Police Department Buffalo Creek. He’s MAD!!!


    The Apologia has arrived and once again the self-indicting, separatist-racist Barack Obama AKA Barack Hussein Obama, promises to heal the wounds of the world. The speech is the rude awakening of mass messianism of his campaign. Apologetically, Obama the MUSLIM double-cross X-boX-BorraX has an astonishingly empty two-prawn echelon explanation of his misjudgment.
    In the first prawn: with regard to his connection to separatist-racist Rev. Wright; Obama summons voodoo and juju to express slavery as beginning and ending with the Rev. Wright.
    In the second prawn: Obama’s speech takes credit for Ashley’s dream. A dream of unity Martin Luther King, Jr. borrowed from Ashley for his historic “I Have A Dream” speech. In Obama’s speech, the connective bond Ashley, the elderly black man and Obama’s grandmother share; represents Obama’s self-indicting rise to the Harvard Yard. For Obama, the grand flag of language is the semi-fore of words, bestowed upon our nation by the messiah-alumni from Harvard. Obama’s Swoon-Song Apologia to the nation represents a failed hymn — a hymn that fails to heal the nation, repair the world, or make this time different than all the rest. Obama’s speech is a brilliant failure.


    The ILLIGITIAMTE MUSLIM MESSIA has blundered yet again!!! The self-indicting, separatist-racist Barack Obama AKA Barack Hussein Obama, lied about the politics of his campaign. The danger involved with this self-aggrandizing, -a-hoop, Hope-A-Dope, Fonster Monster — Barack Obama AKA Barack Hussein Obama is that — “Like Father Like Son” Obama is constantly wanting to impress America with “…his incapacity for sound judgment.” On top of the horrible crime Obama committed in Harlem, the fact is, we have to hear it from Karl Rove about Obama’s latest campaign crisis: “GLORK” Top Ten Obama Lies:

    1. Obam said his parents met at the Selma march — Reality: He was born 4 years before that.

    2. Obam said he was a constitutional law professor — Reality: . . . Obama Made This False Claim In His 2004 Senate Race. “Several direct-mail pieces issued for Obama’s primary [Senate] campaign said he was a law professor at the University of Chicago. He is not. He is a senior lecturer (now on leave) at the school..

    3. Obam said he spoke fluent Indonesian as a child — Reality: . . . Obama has claimed on numerous occasions to have become fluent in Indonesian in six months. Yet another Phi Beta Krakatau lie from Obama. Those who knew him disputed that during recent interviews. Israel la Pareira Darmawan, Obama’s 1st-grade teacher, said she attempted to help him learn the Indonesian language by going over pronunciation and vowel sounds. Truth-be-told: Obama’s Indonesian teachers say Kaku-Pooh.

    4. Obam said he was involved in community asbestos and housing project for the poor — Reality: Didn’t happen. This was the basis for Barrack and Misshell’s claim, that he was a community activist on the South and East Side of Chicago. Usher A+ lie both he and his twenty-four (24) mule-team, Hus-suey loving wife Misshell Obama have been claiming in the campaign — Reality: The Chicago Newspapers say NO WAY

    5. Obam said in his book that he received his racial awakening at age nine reading a Life/Ebony Magazine story about a black man who was scarred trying to dye his skin white — Reality: Didn’t happen. Both Magazines (Life and Ebony), and the Rev. Wright and Farrakhan MUSLIM Trumpet Newsmagazine say, just didn’t happen.

    6. Obam’s Campaign Didn’t Have The “Technical Capacity” To Produce The “1984” Ad:

    Obama: “But it’s not something that we had anything to do with or were aware of and that frankly, given what it looks like, we don’t have the technical capacity to create something like that.” (CNN’s “Larry King Live,” 3/24/07) — Reality:…The Creator Admitted All It Took Was A “Sunday Afternoon” On His Mac. Phillip de Vellis: “I made the ad on a Sunday afternoon in my apartment using my personal equipment (a Mac and some software), uploaded it to YouTube, and sent links around to blogs.”

    7. Obam’s Campaign Claimed His High School Friend Tried To Extort Money From Them:

    “According To The Obama Campaign, [Obama’s Punahou Classmate Keith] Kakugawa Explicitly Raised The Possibility That He Could Make Up False Stories About Obama, Implying He Would Do So If The Campaign Did Not Give Him Money.” (Maurice Possley, Kirsten Scharnberg and Ray Gibson, — Reality: “…An Old Friend’s Troublesome Return,” Chicago Tribune, 3/25/07).

    8. Obam voted to bring low-cost foreign labor into New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina — Reality:…This was a slap in the face against the African-Americans who were displaced in that city. Obama also voted to place Michael Chertoff, the man responsible for the Katrina catastrophe, in charge of Homeland Security. Obama voted for Senate-Bills that gave Blackwater the funding they needed to shoot the folks of New Orleans who were only trying to save their own lives. The towel head voted to allow Michael Chertoff to waive all applicable laws, including murder, torture, kidnaping, and he suppoted water-boarding.

    9. Obam voted more than five times for USA-PATRIOT ACT renewal — Reality:…This is a Senate-Bill patently offensive to most Americans. City after city has passed resolutions condemning USA-PATRIOT ACT. Obama chose to side with tyranny over freedom and Bush over the folks on this issue. The Real ID Act, which would allow Michael Chertoff to declare martial law and imprison Americans, was supported by Obama, as noted above.

    10. Obam is not a MAD MAN. Senator Obama Is not involved along with Antoin “Tony” Rezco, long time friend and neighbor, now-indicted businessman (TONY REZKO), or Tony Rezko and a onetime Chicago cop, Daniel T. Frawley. Senator Obama is not involved in any nuclear security, bribery, money payoffs, or cronyism in the state of Illinois; or criminal activities related to the BIG HALIBURTAN and V.P. Cheney’s Halliburton bribery case; or any political misjudgment in his escalating campaign crisis. “GLORK” Senator Obama is not a self-indicting thief plagiarizing pipsqueke Xerox – X box. Obama executed no crime in Harlem. Obama is Not America’s Poison — Reality:…He’s Radio-Active.

    Comment by Janet Reno — March 30, 2008 @ 2:09 pm

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