Jeremiah Wright: Obama begged me to keep quiet, ally offered $150k bribe
‘Mitt Romney ain’t never had to eat no dog meat. And Barack has. Barack knows poverty. Mitt Romney never had to eat no dog meat’
“In fact with President Obama what you did was you went out and defended him … ‘Oh he can’t possibly believe what he listened to for 20 years.’”
Is-a-real Problem - TheDC
‘When I started reading their stuff it sounded like the kind of stuff you see on neo-Nazi websites’
Conservatives have an obligation to apply the same scrutiny to Paul’s associations as they did to Obama’s.
Paul is not a racist and doesn’t have a racist bone in his body.
Wash. Post’s Lane: Ron Paul has the ‘foreign policy views of Jeremiah Wright’
Dredging up the Rev. Wright issue ‘would be over-reaching and could well backfire against the Republicans,’ pollster says
TheDC Morning: Do we finally have Cainfirmation?
Obama in 2006: ‘I’m confessing in front of the TV cameras, I actually stole this line from my pastor, Dr. Jeremiah A. Wright, Jr.’
Liberals wasted no time trying to pin the Giffords shooting on the Tea Party and Sarah Palin.
Barack Obama, a ball-busted man, is married to a humorless zealot.
Without the media’s help, Barack Obama might not be president.
He's back - AP
Rev. Jeremiah Wright blasts supporters of Iraq war and calls people who believe President Obama is a Muslim ‘sycophants’
‘I have a big fat mouth sometimes and I say things, and that’s not the way people should behave’
Obama may not be a Muslim, but he certainly isn’t a Christian; if he was, the mainstream media and other Democrats would despise him.
Americans’ attitudes toward race are changing — regardless of whether the liberal media is willing to admit it.
With the president’s poll numbers down for a myriad of reasons, Republicans must caution against overreaching with their criticism by including Mrs. Obama’s recent overseas trip in their rhetoric
Prejudiced President? - TheDC
‘Black people would be a lot better off if the president simply left us out of it’
Gov. Ed Rendell said last week on MSNBC that it is not impossible to imagine a primary challenge to President Obama in 2012 from an anti-war progressive