“Jackie Mason ’08 Vlog 54 Obama and the Economy”


From: TheUltimateJew

Added: September 22, 2008

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The Obama campaign and the rest of the Democrats have a lot chutzpah to blame this economic crisis on the Republicans. Obama stated in a speech that John McCain blamed him for this mess. If Obama didn’t cause this mess he sure did benefit from it and now he’s attacking McCain for it? His campaign is a “Who’s Who” of people from Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. Not to mention the amount of money he received for his campaign that came directly from those companies. Obama says that McCain, by his own admission, doesn’t know much about the economy. At least McCain is honest enough to admit it. No one is bringing up the critical question of how much Obama knows about the economy, which is bupkis. The only thing he knows about the economy is how to exploit the corruption to fund his campaign.

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“Watch the money flow. Obama dollars can tell us a lot.” By Mac Fuller


7. $325,000. Other People’s Money.

As a state senator Obama directed $225,000 of Illinois taxpayers’ money, and later as a U.S. Senator earmarked another $100,000 in federal tax money, for programs run by radical political activist and Catholic priest (now removed from his church), Father Michael Pfleger of St. Sabina Roman Catholic Church on Chicago’s South Side.[10] Senator Obama identified Father Pfleger, with whom he has been involved for 20 years, as “a key source of spiritual guidance.”[11]

Father Pfleger’s Catholic parish, like that of Obama spiritual mentor and advisor Reverend Jeremiah Wright’s church, espouses a brand of black exclusivity based in the “black liberation theology” of James Cone and has done so, also like Reverend Wright’s church, for two decades.

Pfleger is not only a long-time political associate of Senator Obama and Reverend Wright, but also of Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan[12] whom Wright described “as one of the…giants of the African-American religious experience” and praised for his “integrity and honesty” — despite the well-known fact Farrakhan is an outspoken anti-Semite and admirer of Adolf Hitler. Wright and Farrakhan once traveled together to visit Libyan dictator, Muammar al-Qaddafi — whose government was responsible for blowing up an airliner over Lockerbie, Scotland, killing everyone aboard. Nevertheless, in December, 2007 Wright’s Trinity United Church of Christ awarded Farrakhan for his lifetime “achievements.”[13]

National Review‘s Stanley Kurtz (among others) has written extensively about and revealed the extremist political interdependencies of Senator Obama, radical Catholic priest Michael Pfleger, Rev. Jeremiah Wright, and Nation of Islam’s Louis Farrakhan.[14] In a lengthy, in-depth article about Trumpet, the slick, nationally-distributed magazine of Senator Obama’s church (and one in whose issues he has frequency appeared) Kurtz noted:

…that Wright’s theology and politics have more in common with black-nationalist sources (both Christian and Muslim) than with those of conventional Christianity. In particular, Wright is closely allied with a radical and highly controversial Catholic priest named Michael Pfleger, and with Nation of Islam head Louis Farrakhan. While his specific ties (if any) to Farrakhan are unclear, Barack Obama appears to be very much a part of the broader Wright/Pfleger/Farrakhan theological-political nexus.

It is clear Obama was aware of Wright’s views; indeed, the specifically political character of Wright’s liberation theology is what drew Obama to Christianity.[15]

Kurtz continued:

Pfleger is just as far as Wright is from the majority of American Christians. Although Pfleger is white, he heads a largely black congregation on Chicago’s South Side. Like Wright, Pfleger follows the black-liberation theology of James Cone.

As insightfully penned by James Taranto of the Wall Street Journal, here is what the hoopla over Senator Obama and his spiritual advisors ultimately boils down to and why it matters so much for America and her future:

Wright proclaims himself an exponent of “black liberation theology.” He cites James Cone, a distinguished professor at New York’s Union Theological Seminary, whom he credits for having “systematized” this strain of Christianity.

Here is a quote from Cone, explaining black liberation theology:

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. . . . 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.

Could Obama really have been unaware for all these years that his spiritual mentor follows a racially adversarial theology, one that demands of God that he be “for us and against white people” and that he participate “in the destruction of the white enemy”? It doesn’t exactly sound like the sort of “change” we can believe in.[16]

Stanley Kurtz further pointed out that none of Senator Obama’s rhetorical dissimulating can explain away:

The nature and status of this kind of Christianity…. There is a profound difference between “black-liberation theology” and Christianity as conventionally understood. Trinity [Church] itself recognizes this difference, to the point where Wright, his followers, and his theological mentors often present conventional American Christianity as both false and evil.[17]

Senator Obama has said he never saw Wright’s views as being “particularly controversial.” Perhaps that is why he secured $325,000 in tax dollars for his radical friend’s community (organizing?) events.

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