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              THE CONSERVATIVE REVIEW   
                   May 2, 2008
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Wright is Wrong
By Rich Galen

An increasingly anxious Obama campaign had to have been 
watching in horror as Jeremiah Wright continued to elbow 
his way onto the national political stage with his per-
formance at the National Press Club in Washington the 
other day.

The Washington Post's Dana Milbank short-handed Wright's 
remarks as follows: "Wright praised Louis Farrakhan, 
defended the view that Zionism is racism, accused the 
United States of terrorism, repeated his belief that the 
government created AIDS to extinguish racial minorities, 
and stood by his suggestion that 'God damn America.'" 

Louis Farrakhan is the head of the Nation of Islam and 
has said things like: "Do you know some of these satanic 
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... Everything that we built, they have. The mind of Satan 
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And that wasn't 10 years ago. It was five months ago in 
November of last year.

After claiming that the oft-viewed clips of his sermons 
were taken out of the context of 30 years of preaching, 
Wright is now - with, as the Chicago Tribune called it, 
"caustic sarcasm" - defending those very snippets and 
putting them very much into context.

On the campaign trail, Sen. Barack Obama said of Wright, 
"He does not speak for me. He does not speak for the 
campaign."

Obama is wrong. In the minds of many - if not most - 
Americans, Jeremiah Wright and Barack Obama are very 
connected, spiritually and politically. 

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The Boston Globe's Joseph Williams wrote:

A series of high-profile appearances by [Wright] defending 
some of his more racially charged remarks threatened to 
undermine Obama's campaign just when he is trying to con-
nect with white, working-class voters on the eve of crucial 
Democratic primaries in North Carolina and Indiana.

And Obama doesn't need any more problems on the white, 
working-class voter front. Obama tried to shake the 
"elitist" tag a couple of weeks ago by going bowling, 
at which he was dreadful. Jell-O mold to the K of C 
Hall. For the annual Founder's Day Pot Luck Dinner.

The other day he threw a verbal gutter ball by saying:

"I was raised in a setting with my grandparents who grew 
up in small-town Kansas where the dinner table would have 
been very familiar to anybody here in Indiana: A lot of 
pot roasts and potatoes and Jell-O molds."

So … he was describing his grandparents' dinner table in 
small-town Kansas. The pot roasts and Jell-O molds and 
all. Was Obama faced with pot roasts and Jello-O as well?

I … don't … think … so.

And, we must assume, this was the same grandmother whom, 
Obama told a world-wide audience, damned-near fainted at 
the sight of Black people; "a woman who once confessed 
her fear of Black men who passed by her on the street." 
In that small-town in Kansas. As she carried her famous 
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That description was typical of an elitist, Ivy-League-
educated, snobbish, pretentious dope who thinks Hoosiers 
still sit in front of their black-and-white TV sets 
watching Howdy Doody reruns while waiting for their Jell-O 
molds to set up in the Frigidaire.

Here's the thing: I was Congressman and Senator Dan 
Quayle's press secretary. I spent a lot of time in Indiana. 
I'm not certain I ever saw a pot roast or a Jell-O mold.

I did see a potato. But, it didn't have an "e".

Jeremiah Wright is basking in the glow of the national 
spotlight; the spotlight which has been denied him lo 
these many years in favor of fellow Chicagoan Jesse 
Jackson and New Yorker Al Sharpton.

Jeremiah Wright is working out the decades of frustration, 
having attempted to do good works for the poor and under-
served in Chicago while Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton have 
been on the national stage in top hats and tails like Gene 
Wilder and Peter Boyle singing "Puttin' on the Ritz."

But the unkindest cut of all comes, again, from the Dana 
Milbank piece: "Most problematic for the Democratic 
presidential front-runner was Wright's suggestion that 
Obama was insincere in distancing himself from his former 
pastor. 'He didn't distance himself,' Wright announced. 
'He had to distance himself, because he's a politician.'"

Maybe, on that, Wright was right. 

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