Thanks to Voice of Arizona blog for this idea:
It seems that whenever another of Barack Obama’s associates becomes a problem the eloquent one offers the same explanation.
The racist Reverand Wright, a mentor to Obama, for over 20 years spewed hatred from the pulpit. When the chosen one was cornered, after several lame excuses, stated………………………………….. “The person I saw yesterday was not the person I met 20 years ago”
When Tony Rezko, Obama’s friend and fundraiser, was convicted was convicted of 16 of 24 corruption charges what did the Messiah say……..you guessed it………………………
“This isn’t the Tony Rezko I knew”
The idea is catching on: Rev Al Sharpton takes Rev Jesse Jackson to task for careless use of the “N” word (the hot mic episode).
Sharpton, who has joined Jackson in opposition of the word, said on CBS News’ The Early Show on Thursday that he was “very disappointed” by this latest revelation.
“I think this certainly does not reflect the Reverend Jackson that we all know and love,” Sharpton said. “I think that we have to be consistent. We have denounced the N-word at National Action Network and other groups. Those of us and many of us who have used it privately said we must refrain from it if we’re going to challenge people using it publicly.”
Voice of Arizona’s postman concludes with:
Im just waiting for the angry Michelle dust up to hear him say …………..
She’s not the woman I knew
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