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Offline joey791

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Who is Barack Obama?
« on: January 11, 2008, 05:13:29 PM »
I dont know about yall but I have a problem with a man whose "spiritual leader" is a racist and has honored Lewis Farrakhan another racist.

http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/528635/barack_obamas_church_honors_nation.html

http://www.snopes.com/politics/obama/church.asp

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Re: Who is Barack Obama?
« Reply #1 on: January 11, 2008, 05:57:33 PM »
I don't like Farrakhan either, but I'd highly doubt Obama had much to do with that. Same as the Catholic parishioners had nothing to do with the Church being involved with the Nazis or raping little boys then covering it up.

what's funny to me is that guys like Al Sharpton are saying Barack  isn't "black" enough, while others are going on about the church he belongs to being too black.

This is a good example of why religion doesn't belong in politics.

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Re: Who is Barack Obama?
« Reply #2 on: January 11, 2008, 06:04:42 PM »
I don't like Farrakhan either, but I'd highly doubt Obama had much to do with that. Same as the Catholic parishioners had nothing to do with the Church being involved with the Nazis or raping little boys then covering it up.

what's funny to me is that guys like Al Sharpton are saying Barack  isn't "black" enough, while others are going on about the church he belongs to being too black.

This is a good example of why religion doesn't belong in politics.

I agree with the first comment but when I was involved in church I left 2 of them because of the not practicing what you preach thing. I cant see how someone can say a man will be his "spiritual leader" in office when his church awards a racist little man full of hate

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Re: Who is Barack Obama?
« Reply #3 on: January 12, 2008, 06:43:23 AM »

"when I was involved in church I left 2 of them
because of the not practicing what you preach
thing."

Funny you mention that, it is the exact reason although
I consider myself a pretty religious guy I wont go to
church....and when the wife asks me to take her
(she asks once about every 6 months just to see if
I had changed my mind or not yet I guess)  I just smile
at her and say "honey....dont you know that is where
next to washington thats where the most corrupt
people are?"   But thats my opinion, and from seeing
and hearing too much of "who is screwing who" soap
opera bs that each church I tried seem to have I just
have my own dealings with the "boss" and skip the
middle men.  Maybe "Hypocrytical" would have been
a better word then "corrupt" to use....but im sure you
understand what I mean.

Chief.

 



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