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?