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Obama - Sharpton

Larry Elder has Sharpton's rap sheet. The music is not pretty.

Capitalism Magazine says the Rev. Al. is The Democrat's David Duke.

Networks of the Left looks at Al's connections to the left side of American politics.

Rich Lowry on Sharpton's business. Race hustling. Rich thinks Al would like to be #1 in the business.

Power Line says Al is a defender of rapists.

Conservative African Americans are not happy with the Rev. Al. Not Happy at all.

The Village Voice says Reverend Al Sharpton, apologized for calling Harari "a white interloper". Nice of the Rev. to acknowledge a mistake.

The Wall Street Journal calls Sharpton an 'Impresario of Hatred'. Swell just swell.

Jay Nordlinger says Al is a power Democrat.

Is it any wonder the top three Democrats in the race for the Presidency are very chummy with Al?

And lest you think this is all a fluke for Obama take a look at Obama's Church.

You know, it appears more and more that the Democrat's cries of racism re:Republicans is a form of projection. David Duke is denounced in mainstream Republican circles for his racism. Those same mainstream Republicans pushed Pat Buchanan out of the Party for a whiff of anti-Semitism. Or look at the heat Ron Paul is getting from Republicans. Why do the Democrats give their race baiters and anti-Semites (often one in the same) a pass?

Could it be they can't win elections without them?


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JorgXMcKie   ·  January 13, 2008 4:22 PM

Why would white men, Jews and gentiles, Protestants and Catholics, be in there with the blacks singing ``Free at last! Thank God Almighty, we are free at last!'' in MLK's I have a dream speech?

What are they free from?

They are free from their racism, and find it liberating.

MLK realized that blacks needed the same escape.

Which precisely they are not free from. The grievance industry is too profitable.

And the grievance narrative will never change so long as soap opera audiences drive the news business.

Ron Hardin   ·  January 13, 2008 4:47 PM

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Doc99   ·  January 13, 2008 5:33 PM

Bush senior mentions he doesn't like broccoli
and the broccoli grower's heads explode. Al Sharpton can say the same and nothing happens.
Why? Because one is the most powerful political figure in the world and the other is, well, not. Obama is going to learn as Bush senior did that the POTUS or one who seriously aspires to same has to be very careful in all things. George Washington understood this and obsessed over his comportment. Obama has a lot to learn.

bc   ·  January 13, 2008 5:39 PM

The "reverend" Al is a media-construct. All the lazy media types, television, radio, newpaper journalists turn to the loud-mouth Al because he offers an easy story and has so played the race card that to ignore him--as he should be ignored--brings charges of "racist! racist! racist!" So nobdoy wants to take him on. Well played, reverend! Well played indeed. Who annointed him as paramount black American leader? The mainstream media did, that's who! Thank God for the internet.

M. A. George   ·  January 13, 2008 6:00 PM

"The 'reverend' Al is a media-construct."

He is not merely a creation of the news media. Nor is he merely an opportunist using liberal guilt to enrich himself. There are a lot of black Americans who hold all sorts of bigoted opinions...and are proud of it.

pst314   ·  January 13, 2008 7:52 PM

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