Wednesday, April 9, 2008

Taqiyya Barack Hussein Obama

This head's up from our NY City friends.

Via Little Green Footballs April 9, 2008

A reader of Free Republic dug up an old article from The New Republic, where it stated explicitly that Obama's pastor was a Muslim.

From Wright and others, Obama learned that part of his problem as an organizer was that he was trying to build a confederation of churches but wasn't showing up in the pews on Sunday. When pastors asked him the inevitable questions about his own spiritual life, Obama would duck them uncomfortably. A Reverend Philips put the problem to him squarely when he learned that Obama didn't attend services. "It might help your mission if you had a church home," he told Obama. "It doesn't matter where, really. What you're asking from pastors requires us to set aside some of our more priestly concerns in favor of prophesy. That requires a good deal of faith on our part. It makes us want to know just where you're getting yours from."

After many lectures like this, Obama decided to take a second look at Wright's church. Older pastors warned him that Trinity was for "Buppies"–black urban professionals–and didn't have enough street cred. But Wright was a former Muslim and black nationalist who had studied at Howard and Chicago, and Trinity's guiding principles–what the church calls the "Black Value System"–included a "Disavowal of the Pursuit of Middleclassness.'"

Former Muslim, my foot! I think current practicing Muslim is more accurate. Why else would the man travel to Libya to meet with Gaddafi, then criticize the U.S for bombing that country? Why else would Wright blame America for the 9/11 attacks?

And now I understand why his "church" published that Hamas screed, and why Wright believes that Israel is a dirty word.

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