Obama's Church Continues to Preach Against Whitey
Here’s some more “White-hating” Hope and Change for America…
The Rev. Otis Moss introduces Father Pfleger at Obama’s Trinity United Church of Christ this past weekend:
(3 minutes 45 seconds)
Via Michelle Malkin who posted the transcript.
Can you feel the love?
It’s too bad the Obama’s were not there this past weekend to relish in this hate.
Could you even imagine if this shoes were reversed… If this was a Republican going to a church like this that spewed race-hate week after week?
UPDATE: HAH! Pfleger apologizes(?), says this:
“I regret the words I chose on Sunday. These words are inconsistent with Senator Obama’s life and message, and I am deeply sorry if they offended Senator Clinton or anyone else who saw them.”
The New Editor has more on Obama’s other crazy uncle.
UPDATE: The Hillary Campaign released a statement on Obama’s church attack:
“Divisive and hateful language like that is totally counterproductive in our efforts to bring our party together and have no place at the pulpit or in our politics. We are disappointed that Senator Obama didn’t specifically reject Father’s Pflegler’s despicable comments about Senator Clinton, and assume he will do so.”
UPDATE 2: No wonder Pfleger loves Obama.
The Media Blog reported:
Typical of Mr. Obama’s earmarks was a $100,000 grant for a youth center at a Catholic church run by the Rev. Michael Pfleger.
UPDATE 3: Apparently, Pfleger is still a member of the Catholic Church even though he has adopted children and praises TUCC’s man of the year Louis Farrakhan.
The Chicago Diocese needs to act on this major embarrassment.
They should have learned their lessen during the child sex scandal that you cannot just ignore your problem priests.
Obama and Pfleger share a longstanding relationship of 20 years, like Obama and Wright. And like Wright, Michael Pfleger is described as Obama’s moral compass.
Friends and advisers, such as the Rev. Michael Pfleger, pastor of St. Sabina Roman Catholic Church in the Auburn- Gresham community on the South Side, who has known Obama for the better part of 20 years, help him keep that compass set, he says.
“I always have felt in him this consciousness that, at the end of the day, with all of us, you’ve got to face God,” Pfleger says of Obama. “Faith is key to his life, no question about it. It is central to who he is, and not just in his work in the political field, but as a man, as a black man, as a husband, as a father…. I don’t think he could easily divorce his faith from who he is.”
The Rev. Michael Pfleger has been closely involved in Obama’s campaign, hosting faith forums for Obama and Obama, like Farrakhan, found Pfleger’s St. Sabina’s pulpit convenient for his political agitation, in violation of election laws.
The Rev. Michael Pfleger contributed to Obama’s campaign and in turn Obama redirected a $225,000 grant to St. Sabina.
One of those long-time supporters was Rev. Michael Pfleger, the politically active leader of St. Sabina Church. He gave Obama’s campaign $1,500 between 1995 and 2001, including $200 in April 2001, about three months after Obama announced $225,000 in grants to St. Sabina programs.
Hat Tip BG