Monday, April 28, 2008


“You hear that?"
Yeah, it’s the sound of Obama’s campaign screeching to a halt. Way to go, ass face.

“Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.”


“You see these are double quotes. That’s when I’m quotin’ a quote. You can’t judge me.”

“And do you take this woman to be your wife?”
“I do.”
"God damn America! Kiss the bride!”

“The Twin Towers were built high like the tower of Babel and stood in great glory, but look at the tapes, they’re god damned squibs blowin’ out the windows!”

The right wing is going to hate anything anyone wearing this robe says.

Black Christians present a conflict for the religious right. On the one hand, they have to love them because they’re Christians. On the other hand, they’re black, and that’s like the opposite of Jesus.

I can buy that the government has done a lot of things to intentionally screw black people, but inventing AIDS?
Wear a condom. Get a clean needle.

“Then I rolled Barak over, smacked his ass, and fucked it.”

"Two times!"

“Thank you. Good night. God damn America. God damn America!”


The Benson Report said...

It just keeps getting better and better.

Joe Kline from Time Magazine just released the following statement:

Wright's purpose now seems quite clear: to aggrandize himself--the guy is going to be a go-to mainstream media

source for racial extremist spew, the next iteration of Al Sharpton--and destroy Barack Obama.

The Benson Report said...

And Dana Milbank from the Washington Post said:

The Rev. Jeremiah Wright, explaining this morning why he had waited so long before breaking his silence about his incendiary sermons, offered a paraphrase from Proverbs: "It is better to be quiet and be thought a fool than to open your mouth and remove all doubt."

Barack Obama's pastor would have been wise to continue to heed that wisdom.