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June 06, 2008


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Re: Changing of the Guard
It's amazing to me that someone, like you, who seems to be an intelligent person, could be as ignorant as you are. At a time when our country is in the worse condition it has been.. probably ever (health care, economy, at war, etc.) you would advocate more of the same.. just under a different name. Bush out.. McCain in. By the way, I understand that you and Clarece Thomas are related. I guess that explains it.

James T

Uhhh, CeeDee?
This post is arguing that the odds are in Barack's favor... If it's at all possible, I think that you should approach this site with a little more objectivity.


"Objectivity??" In the article "Black Conversatives Conflicted On Obama Campaign" the following was attributed to you: James T. Harris, a Milwaukee radio talk show host and public speaker, said he opposes Obama "with love in my heart."

"We are of the same generation. He's African American and I'm an American of African descent. We both have lovely wives and beautiful children," Harris said. "Other than that, we've got nothing in common. I hope he loses every state."

While your post "Changing of the Guard" may argue that the odds are in Barack's favor, it is obvious that it's not a position that you share. "I hope he loses every state" is just another way of saying that you're ok with 4 more years of Bush/Republican policies. God forbid that the republican administration remains in control of this country long enough to select another Supreme Court justice. Can you say "Civil War" ??


June 14, 2008
Black conservatives weigh voting for Obama
Posted: 11:15 AM ET

James T. Harris, a Milwaukee radio talk show host and public speaker, said he opposes Obama "with love in my heart."

"We are of the same generation. He's African American and I'm an American of African descent. We both have lovely wives and beautiful children," Harris said. "Other than that, we've got nothing in common. I hope he loses every state."


Thank you Mr. Harris.

The casting of votes for the candidate who may be the next President of the United States is not about race ... it about ideology. Even if the "same" for the next four years is not perceived to be the greatest ... the "change" implemented by a Marxist candidate disguised as a Democrat could be much worse.



James Cone's BLACK POWER & BLACK THEOLOGY is deceiving Americans of African decent into embracing the teachings of Karl Marx using the name of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ to further that agenda.

Barack and Michelle Obama have had a relationship with Pastor Jeremiah Wright and held membership at Trinity United Church of Christ for the past twenty years. TUCC's mission statement upholds the writings of James Cone.


… “The vision statement of Trinity United Church of Christ is based upon the systematized liberation theology that started in 1969 with the publication of Dr. James Cone’s book, Black Power and Black Theology.”


The Marxist Roots of Black Liberation Theology
April 2, 2008

While Black Liberation Theology is not main stream in most black churches, many pastors in Wright’s generation are burdened by (James) Cone’s categories which laid the foundation for many to embrace Marxism and a distorted self-image of the perpetual “victim.”

… In FOR MY PEOPLE, Cone explains that “the Christian faith does not possess in its nature the means for analyzing the structure of capitalism. Marxism as a tool of social analysis can disclose the gap between appearance and reality, and thereby help Christians to see how things really are.”




“Christ is black therefore not because of some cultural or psychological need of black people, but because and only because Christ really enters into our world where the poor were despised and the black are, disclosing that he is with them enduring humiliation and pain and transforming oppressed slaves into liberating servants.” James Cone

“Black theology refuses to accept a God who is not identified totally with the goals of the black community. If God is not for us and against white people, then he is a murderer, and we had better kill him. The task of black theology is to kill Gods who do not belong to the black community." James Cone

"Black theology will accept only the love of God which participates in the destruction of the white enemy. What we need is the divine love as expressed in Black Power, which is the power of black people to destroy their oppressors here and now by any means at their disposal. Unless God is participating in this holy activity, we must reject his love.” James Cone

“In the New Testament, Jesus is not for all, but for the oppressed, the poor and unwanted of society, and against oppressors … Either God is for black people in their fight for liberation and against the white oppressors, or he is not.” James Cone


Obama Explains Why He Quit Church
June 01, 2008 4:54 AM

He insisted that Trinity itself is not a church worth denouncing. "I'm not denouncing the church and I'm not interested in people who want me to denounce the church, because it's not a church worthy of denouncing."



Mr. Harris ... story of my life ... talking to myself. LOL

Obama lied to the American people at the end of April when he implied that he was unaware of Jeremiah Wright controversial ministry ... the ministry of the church he had been a member of for over twenty years.

Why? Jeremiah Wright explained it perfectly in the National Press Club interview.

Obama Rips Rev. Wright
April 30, 2008

"I have been a member of Trinity United Church of Christ since 1992, and have known Reverend Wright for 20 years," Obama said. "The person I saw yesterday was not the person that I met 20 years ago."



Audacity of Barack Obama and Rev. Wright
March 18, 2008 01:00 PM EST

In Senator Obama's first book, titled Dreams of My Father and published in 1995 (after he had been elected president of the Harvard Law Review but before he had been elected to public office), Senator Obama wrote at length about Rev. Wright and his moving "Audacity of Hope" speech.

In Dreams, Senator Obama explained how he met Rev. Wright, whom he mentioned had been "dabbling with liquor, Islam, and black nationalism in the sixties."

He acknowledged that Rev. Wright immediately had given him fair warning that he was controversial, by quoting Rev. Wright as having said: "Some of my fellow clergy don't appreciate what we're about. They feel like we're too radical. Others, we aren't radical enough. Too emotional. Not emotional enough."

He also acknowledged that Rev. Wright let him know at their first meeting that he looked unfavorably on America and expected to continue to do so, by stating, "Life's not safe for a black man in this country, Barack. Never has been. Probably never will be."

Senator Obama left with one of Rev. Wright's "Black Value System" brochures.

When Senator Barack listened to Rev. Wright's "Audacity of Hope" sermon, September 11, 2001 was years away, but, Senator Obama admitted in Dreams, Rev. Wright castigated America.

Senator Obama put it this way: "Reverend Wright spoke of Sharpsville and Hiroshima, the callousness of policy makers in the White House and in the State House. As the sermon unfolded...the stories of strife became more prosaic, the pain more immediate...."

So it's hard to believe that Senator Obama was not familiar until very recently with Rev. Wright's position on the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.


Transcript: Rev. Jeremiah Wright speech to National Press Club
April 28, 2008

REV. WRIGHT: … We both know that if Senator Obama did not say what he said, he would never get elected. Politicians say what they say and do what they do based on electability …,0,3593201.story?page=6

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