Not Again! Barack Obama May Need to Explain Away Another Pastor Situation … James Meeks, Who is Now a Super Delegate


More people of racial hate and decisiveness backing Barack Obama. First we saw an endorsement from Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan, then the comments from 20 year Obama Reverend Wright and now this from Super Delegate, James Meeks. There comes a point and time where this becomes a troubling pattern. Water does seek its own level. With support like this, how is any person supposed to be for all the people?

When it rains, it pours and right now Democratic candidate Barack Obama is in the middle of a major storm. Ever wonder who makes up the Democratic super delegates? Here’s one.  This time the controversy is around comments made by State Sen. James Meeks, who is now a delegate pledged to Obama.

Why do we have to continually make excuses for people supporting Barack Obama?

How are so many devisive people for a person who claims he is for racial unity? There is something to ponder when you listen to the MSM gush over Obama.

 ”We don’t have slave masters, we got mayors,” Meeks said then while preaching. “But they are still the same white people who are presiding over systems where black people are not able to be educated. You got some preachers that are house n——. You got some elected officials that are house n——. Rather than them try and break this up, they’re gonna fight you to protect that white man.”

When confronted in 2006 about his divisive language, Meeks initially defended it.

“The word n—– is not, in the African American community, a bad word,” Meeks said. “It’s a term of endearment and I don’t see it as derogatory or offensive.”

“No one will be offended by it, except an individual it applies to,” he added.

What the MSM who have been in the tank for Barack Obama from the outset want to make notice of is that after these comments, Meeks “announced from his South Side pulpit that he was “retiring” the N-word from his vocabulary.” WHAT ABOUT THE REST OF THE RACIAL HATRED??? Oh, so he won’t use the “N” word but its ok for him to continue to make disparaging racial comments against white people calling them slave masters.

If Barack Obama rejected the endorsement of the New Black Panthers, why is he not doing the same with Democratic Super Delegate, James Meeks?

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    29 Responses to “Not Again! Barack Obama May Need to Explain Away Another Pastor Situation … James Meeks, Who is Now a Super Delegate”

    1. on March 20th, 2008 7:33 am

      I think an endorsement by someone is quite a bit different than sitting in church with them as pastor of the church for 20 years of Sundays and having them as Spiritual adviser for your campaign.

      There’s no question that apparently there is a lot of hate going on in some churches and this is shocking in itself.

      The other thing I’ve not heard questioned is how these churches spend so much time on politics and yet continue to hold their 501c charity designations. I understood it required that politics stay out of the pulpit yet a lot of what Wright spews is very political.

    2. on March 20th, 2008 7:35 am

      Oh I forgot to mention: Eliot Spitzer is also a “super delegate” unless he’s been stripped of that status.

    3. SUPER DAVE on March 20th, 2008 8:04 am

      man, the brotha’s are passing on alot of hate these days. to think they preach hate in the black churches when they claim to be so religious!

    4. Allan on March 20th, 2008 9:04 am

      Oh My!

    5. SUPER DAVE on March 20th, 2008 9:42 am

      take a close look at osama and obama. they could be twins ! shave off the beard and they look just alike.

    6. misskatie on March 20th, 2008 9:47 am

      If obama makes it to the white house
      we are gonna be in a whirl of poop to our eye balls. because they are going to rise up and demand their place.. where they think the whites have denied them rights..
      god help us.. I am now anti obama… wasnt before I am now.. he is trouble .. trouble trouble .. send them all to aruba.. one way faire..they’d have a field day with pauulus and jr

    7. misskatie on March 20th, 2008 9:48 am


    8. A New Girl on March 20th, 2008 9:57 am

      None of this– none of this– has anything to do with how good he would be at actually doing the job of being the President. Which is supposed to be the point. Single-issue voters are annoying enough– I don’t want a single-issue President. He might be a decent force for improving racial relations in this country. He might be MLK and Jesus Christ reincarnated and rolled into one. But the Presidency is about a whole lot more than this, and this is all we ever hear about him….

    9. Richard on March 20th, 2008 10:23 am

      Now, I need someone to explain something to me.

      First, we’re told that use of the ‘N’ word among certain groups is a term of endearment. Well, OK; after all, it’s said that the best Jewish jokes are told by Jews, ditto with the Irish, etc.

      Now, here’s the problem … one of our greatest American books, Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain, contains a powerful indictment of racism.

      Yet I’ve read that some black groups have urged that this work (written from the ‘naive’ viewpoint of a teen boy, and therefore highly accessible to adolescents) should be banned from schools because it tends to weaken the self-confidence of young blacks.

      Among its sins: referring to people by use of the ‘N’ word … which, by the way, is a historical reality. At the time, while it certainly wasn’t meant as a term of endearment, it wasn’t (I don’t think, anyway) a particular form of slander. It was just a generic term.

      So how do we reconcile all this?

    10. on March 20th, 2008 10:33 am

      Here’s another one that I heard Rush talk about yesterday – I found the tapes just as offensive as Wright:

      RUSH: We have five sound bites from a pro-Clinton preacher. His name is the Reverend James David Manning, and he preaches at the ATLAH Worldwide Church in Harlem. This is now on YouTube, ladies and gentlemen.

      MANNING: Obama is a mack daddy. Obama pimps white women and black women. He got started — you didn’t notice him ’til he brought out those big-chested white women with their tight T-shirts and their short pants.

      and one more snippet from this Hillary supporter black preacher:

      MANNING: from a man you have no idea what he’s going to do, and the reason why you’re doing it is not because of honor and integrity, but simply because he got a black face? But I told you, he also got a white mama! You hypocrites, you. You spineless you-know-what, you don’t have enough sense to pull piss out of a boot and you’re talking about Obama as your president. You’re despicable! No honor, no integrity.

      Full transcript on Rush’s site. Point is that no non-black preacher could ever get away with 1) using this type of language and 2)preaching so much politics from the pulpit.

    11. Miss-Underestimated on March 20th, 2008 11:51 am

      This is scary. This to me is a direct attempt for a radical or racist group navigating a candidate for presidency.

    12. SUPER DAVE on March 20th, 2008 12:25 pm

      how many black kids do you know that would even read huck finn ? VERY FEW ! THE MOVIE SONGS OF THE SOUTH HAS ALREADY BEEN BANNED AND IT WAS A CLASSIC WHEN I WAS A KID ! and did all of these preachers have these funny looking dresses flown in next day air just for this occasion ?
      if you study real close you can read between the lines of these preachers and obama and see them trying to start a movement or a riot. whichever comes first. people better wake up hillary is looking better every day being she is the only other democratic choice we have !

    13. SUPER DAVE on March 20th, 2008 12:28 pm

      the”n” word can apply to black, white, or any other race when used. why can’t it be aterm of endearment to other races?

    14. kayjay on March 20th, 2008 12:33 pm

      A man is judged by the company he keeps….an old saying…and all that really needs to be said.
      I do, however, feel sorry for his little girls being brought up in a household where their mother is not proud of her country, and being taken to a church to listen to such dreadful sermons and rhetoric.
      No sir, America is not ready and will never be ready for such a platform.

    15. Sherry on March 20th, 2008 1:38 pm

      So far everything I have read online about sermons in the black church dont have a lot to do with religion. It seems more political or accusatory of other races. I find that odd….Do they ever just read the Bible and give a ‘wholesome’ sermon on the readings?

    16. brie on March 20th, 2008 2:55 pm

      How ugly can it get? What a complete display of hatred!! Arrest him for his dirty foul mouth, along with Rev Wright!!! And take Obama out of race for Presidency!!!!

    17. txchic on March 20th, 2008 4:31 pm

      i’m starting to understand why so many americans of color are racist against whites. listening to so much hatred every sunday morning by so called ministers. anyone who sits & listens to this propaganda with out speaking against it is a coward.

    18. brie on March 20th, 2008 4:47 pm

      Keep it up and we are back to having 2 drinking fountains….!!!! I’d say the natives look restless…that black bastard is stirring up a lot of violence…not at all like Uncle Remus and Ber Rabbit…..!!!!

    19. brie on March 20th, 2008 4:59 pm

      “Hey DOG”….Meeks says it’s OK to say N~~~er!

    20. James on March 20th, 2008 5:32 pm

      Yes it does have EVERYTHING to do with the elections. If Obama would win, and Jeremiah Wright, Weeks, Farrakhan, and any of these racists “ministers” were to call him while in office, you best believe it’d affect Obama. Sub-consciously and consciously. A minister is supposed to model JESUS yet these people are spewing savagely viscious hatred and racism. If you’re old enough to have known the 50′s then you’ll know that blacks have schemed over the decades. Please notice that every once in awhile they come up with a new way to use the racism card/vehcile. Today’s method of choice is to yell racism each and every time they donot like something. Ex=Jena,Louisiana 6 & reparations & Cynthia McKinney & it goes on and on and on and will continue to. Playing the race card is the black person’s vehicle by which he/she gets through life.

    21. nctripp on March 20th, 2008 10:43 pm

      New Girl “None of this– none of this– has anything to do with how good he would be at actually doing the job of being the President ”

      Since when does character have nothing to do with what kind of President he would be??
      He takes his kids to hear sermons that teach them to be angry instead of teaching them to grab opportunity and make something of themselves.

    22. reality on March 21st, 2008 3:40 am

      GO OBAMA GO…….



    23. murph on March 21st, 2008 6:46 am

      OK, the schools in Chicago are run by the Mayor slave master and that’s why they can not get a education!GOOD GRIEF!! Come on down to Birmingham ,Alabama where the Mayor slave master has been BLACK for the past 30 years and the BLACK school board has run this system so badly that the BLACKS are leaving for other schools or private schools. By the way most of them made sure that they make over $110,000.00 a year.

    24. Martin on March 21st, 2008 7:08 am

      What do you think would have happened if Hillary Clinton or John McCain’s respective pastors had blurted out racist rants equally as inflammatory?

      All your black racist civil rights donkeys would be out in force demanding not only justice but for these candidates to withdraw from the race.

      Obama will not win. Count on it. I certainly donot want this person as my “Commander-In-Chief” when he hasn’t a second of military experience.

      Jr. Senator?=====>NO EXPERIENCE

    25. brie on March 21st, 2008 9:03 am

      Obama is for sure a bomb…….just waiting to explode…white people could be in big trouble…..this man does not belong in the White House………..!!!!He is in no position to lead our country….a black racist…Puck!!!! He’s a N~~~er!!!!!!

    26. Rusty Bridges on March 21st, 2008 1:21 pm

      These type of people are racist hate mongers just as much as Ku Klux Klan leaders. The only difference is this guy is too chicken shyt to say what he really means when confronted. His and others hateful retoeric calls on willing opportunists to carry out hate crimes against other races. This animal is only the tip of the iceberg, take a look at the classes that are being taught in all black universities. You think you are shocked now? Not afraid if Obama gets in office? will you be afraid when he initiates funding for causes for these hate mongers he associates with?

    27. crossbow on March 21st, 2008 6:07 pm

      I still remember what Wright said about Natalee and Obama had his arm around him.
      I think we all have to step outside our own bigotry and stop the name calling.
      I said Wright was going to burn Obama if Obama did not distance himself.
      Things like this make McCain a shoe in and although a Republican that thought is not sitting well with me.
      Why can’t we make religion an issues with Obama? It certainly was with Kennedy and more recently with Romney. It didn’t hurt Nixon to be a Quaker,
      or Truman and FDR being 32 degree Masons.
      What we really need here is a black woman athiest Republican running for office.
      The Shirly Chisholm type comes to mind although she was not an athiest nor a Republican when she ran for president.

    28. misskatie on March 24th, 2008 4:57 pm

      they are self righteous and have religious spirits.
      not a true relationship with god.
      hods word is love
      god is meek
      these preachers are all about condemnation..

    29. misskatie on March 24th, 2008 4:57 pm


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