NY US REP Jerrold Nadler: Obama Didn’t have the Political Courage to make a Statement and Walk out (of Wright’s Racist Church)
CHANGE YOU CAN BELIEVE IN … Obama, no political courage.
Democratic VP candidate Joe Biden says that Obama will be tested in first 6 months and will initially get response wrong. Now Democrat Representative Jerrold Nadler says that Obama does not have political courage and a spine.
Question: How could someone sit through 20 years of hate?
Answer: Obama didn’t have the political courage to make a statement and leave. So how could that lack of courage be a good thing and a requirement to be President.
Jerry Nadler, Democratic US House Rep from the 8th district New York had some rather interesting things to say over the weekend as he stumped for Barack Obama. Nadler’s comments are hardly anything complimentary or a trait for a President of the United States and Commander and Chief. Did Nadler just call Obama a coward? Is this the kind of leader that America needs in a post 9–11 world and an economically challenged world? A CHANGE is supposed to be for the better … not spineless!!!
“Obama didn’t have the political courage to make a statement and walk out.” [of Reverend Wright's racist church]
Nadler is asked how Obama could sit in Reverend Jeremiah Wright’s church for 500 Sundays listing to the anti-semitic, anti-American diatribes
“This is not going to be complimentary to Senator Obama ….. he didn’t have the political courage to make a statement and walk out.”
I have much more ………….. but I had to get this up. I have much devastating video including Nadler professing that if “that there really were phone banks in Gaza, that would be a major campaign issue”. He sid it would be all over the media and be a major problem for the campaign. And laughed at the idea of the Gaza campaign contributions – a story Atlas broke in July.
UPDATE I: Nadler Criticizes Obama’s ‘Courage’
He searches for the word. Rejects a couple suggestions.
“…not particularly complimentary towards Sen. Obama,” he says.
“Think of the history here,” says the six-term New York congressman. “You have a guy who’s half-white, half-black. He goes to an Ivy League school, comes to Chicago … to start a political career. Doesn’t know anybody.
“Gets involved with community organizing — why? Because that’s how your form a base. OK. Joins the largest church in the neighborhood. About 8,000 members. … Why did he join the church? … Because that’s how you get to know people.
“Now maybe it takes a couple years,” Nadler says, suggesting that soon Obama starts to think of Wright, “’Jesus, the guy’s a nut, the guy’s a lunatic.’ But you don’t walk out of a church with 8,000 members in your district.”