Saturday, 15 March 2008

Obama's Pastor and other inconsistencies

Thanks to Doug Wilson for the inspiration for this post.
...the United States government is actively involved in trying to kill black people by means of Planned Parenthood. Look at the eugenics movement, Margaret Sanger's view of "human weeds," the enormous amounts of tax money that goes to Planned Parenthood, and the disproportionate number of black infants who are slaughtered. You don't have to be, as they say, a rocket scientist. So the Rev. Wright and I agree that our government is trying to kill blacks. The difference is that he opposes the way they aren't doing it, and supports the methods they have actually chosen to get the job done.

Barack Obama is now jumping through hoops to distance himself from remarks from his pastor of 20 tears, Rev. Jeremiah Wright. Among pastor Wrights remarks is the accustion that the U.S. government invented AIDS to target black people. Now, as ridiculous as this accusation may sound, there are, in fact, organizations in the U.S. whose policies are specifically slanted toward the elimination of African Americans, and they have not only Obama's blessing, but his outright assistance.

The thought porcesses of liberal thinkers are characterized in no small measure by inconsistency, even hypocrisy, and these in many areas of thought and life. Here are a few I see:

Railing against child poverty and at the same time encouraging its causes.

Railing against the results of lack of sexual education while at the same time promoting teen sexual behaviour, and scoffing at the most effective means of avoiding teen pregnancy and STD's: abstinence.

The Anglican/Episcopal churches of North America calling self-righteously for tolerance, patience and unity, while launching lawsuits and discipinary actions against those who, in all conscience, differ with them.

I'm sure you can think of many more.

Take Care

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