Mike Adams

Obama has made it clear that such remarks from the pulpit were so sporadic that he never heard them in person. That leads me to admit that I was wrong when I previously dubbed Wright to be a racist suffering from paranoid schizophrenia. If that conclusion were correct, Wright would have made such remarks with far greater frequency – so much so that Obama could not miss them because of sporadic church attendance.

The only conclusion I can draw from Wright’s occasional screaming - while spitting and hyperventilating with his eyes glazed over from rage - is that he is high on drugs. That’s a pretty strong accusation but I guess it beats being a racist suffering from paranoid schizophrenia. And it’s really no big deal since he isn’t running for president of the U.S.K.K.K.A.

Of course the hundreds of blacks shouting, jumping up and down, and cheering Wright’s possibly drug-induced rants have no excuse. They are just a bunch of racists. And they are probably not very bright, either.

But let us get back to the subject of Barack Obama. How could he possibly be unaware that he attends church with a bunch of people who applaud with orgiastic enthusiasm such patent racism and racial separatism? And how could he be unaware that such racism has been spewed repeatedly from the pulpit of the church he attends? Is his awareness clouded by drugs? Or is he simply lying?

If Barack Obama’s answers to my questions lead to an admission that he is still using drugs I would advise him to withdraw from the 2008 presidential race and resign from his position in the Senate. If he is simply lying I would advise him to get rid of his “Change You Can Believe In” slogan and replace it with “Change You Can’t Really Believe In” or “There’s No Hope But at Least I’m Not on Dope.”

If Senator Obama is looking for a new spiritual advisor I would be glad to take the position free of charge. I could give him some sober advice that might salvage his political career. Hell, I might even change my name to Reverend Jeremiah White.

Mike Adams

Mike Adams is a criminology professor at the University of North Carolina Wilmington and author of Letters to a Young Progressive: How To Avoid Wasting Your Life Protesting Things You Don't Understand.