No, those would be the ones you call "Islamofacists." I am speaking of the ones who live in America and I call "Christofacists." You know, the ones who follow leaders who proclaim gay sex is against God from the pulpit, and condemn drug use and users, who then engage in long term "pay for gay sex with male prostitutes" and are addicted to illegal drugs. The same group that advocates giving up a woman's right to choose while doing nothing to prevent unwanted teenage pregnancies, or subsequently charge rape victims for the forensic examinations needed to pursue and prosecute the perps. The ones who view the need to kill Muslims as a mission from god. Yeah, those assholes are the ones I am speaking about. The "Christofacists."
I guess Reverand Wright could fit into that??[/QUOTE]
But, I see where you are coming from. Rev. Wright is a Black man, and as such, when he levels criticism against the Bush Administration, at least in your view, that is tantamount to some foreign subversive leveling criticism at Bush. Because he is brown, like many of those other threatening people in the world that scare you with their brownness.
Well, Rev. Wright is, unfortunately for you, an American. He also did his stint in the US military. He enjoys the right to criticize Bush if he feels Bush is deserving of criticism. Same thing about America in general. I fail to see where in any of Rev. Wright's sermons he suggested he did not love America - he just doesn't approve of where Bush is taking America and uses pretty strong rhetoric to make his case.
If he were running for President, I could understand you not wanting to vote for him - because he is Black and because you don't like him casting aspersions on Bush. But he isn't running for President. Obama is. Jim