Obama’s Friends Farrakhan, Wright, Ayers Reemerge
Look who’s crawling back out from under their rocks:
“For nine months, I kept quiet,” Nation of Islam Minister Louis Farrakhan said today at Mosque Maryam in Chicago, “because I saw that the good words that I spoke about this beautiful young man” — President-elect Obama — “at our Saviours’ Day convention and the way they were misused. I decided it would be better for me to just be quiet rather than be drawn into the controversy that was swirling around his pastor, Father Pfleger, and others.”
“I feel freer today to say the things that are in my heart,” said the controversial religious leader.
Maybe Calypso Louie is angling for a role in Chairman O’s version of faith-based initiatives. If so, he won’t be alone:
Last week, Obama’s former pastor, Rev. Jeremiah Wright emerged to speak at Kingdom Life Christian Church sponsored by the Theological Education Institute of Hartford.
Reverend Wrong, Obama’s moral compass for 20 years, took the opportunity to complain about the dissemination of videos showing him screaming about how much he hates America and white people.
Then there is unrepentant communist terrorist Bill Ayers, who groomed Obama for political office like a Manchurian candidate, even launching Chairman Zero’s career from his home. Ayers gave an interview to his fellow travelers at the New Yorker, whining that he is a victim of “Swift-boating,” who has been “made into a cartoon character.” This from a guy who in the September 11, 2001 edition of the New York Times boasted of his terrorist activities, regretting only that he “didn’t do enough.”
With the election of an unqualified socialist who ran on his skin color and media hype, the mainstreaming of ultra-radicalism has begun. The good news is that liberal establishment moonbats have been pushing us so far, so fast that the Obamification of America stands a good chance of coming back in their face like a slingshot aimed the wrong way.