Seeing Obama's links to religious figures is fair game

@jend80 (2068)
September 24, 2008 7:51pm CST
(however tenious) what about this re Sarah Palin? http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/oliverburkemanblog/2008/sep/24/uselections2008.sarahpalin1 or are Christian fundimentalists that believe in possesion by witchcraft ok, and it's only angry vlack radicals/Muslims that are bad?
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• United States
25 Sep 08
Altho many want to deny it, the last time I checked we are all still endowed with the right to freedom of religion. The difference between this and Rev Wright was that Wright was vehemently pushing the destruction of this country -- and the man he mentored is now running for President of this country. He's not a Muslim, by the way. He's yet another "Christian" -- there are so many claiming that name these days, and apparently having no connection to Christ, you just don't know what to think.
@anniepa (27244)
• United States
25 Sep 08
I'm NOT defending Reverend Wright's remarks but give me an example of how he was "ehemently pushing the destruction of this country". Were you even aware that Wright is also a war veteran? Annie
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• United States
29 Sep 08
I'm not ignoring you. I'm still trying to find a link to the copy of his speech that I read. It's been awhile, and I can so far only find the more recent one in front of the NAACP.
• United States
25 Sep 08
Wow that's really. How evil of her to want prayer. I see no comparison between this and Rev. Wrongs racist anti-American statements.
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• United States
25 Sep 08
OOps, that was supposed to say "bad". That's really bad...