Apr 5, 2008
Jeremiah Wright The Wright Reverend: In His Defense
As a preacher, sometimes when preaching you get caught up in the moment and use the wrong words to convey your thoughts - or what is in your heart!
At that point, it is too late to take back what you have spoken, even though the words that you used, did not convey what you were trying to say. It is a lesson in erudition!
That kind of oratorical and brain or heart dissonance occurs when anyone speaks publicly. If 'the Wright Reverend' could, he would better explain what he was trying to convey. He did not, nor did he wish for America to be damned.
What he really wished was that 'white supremacists values and policies of world and people domination' would be damned!
Don't forget, he is an American and he has a family and friends - he didn't want America to be damned, or they would be damned too! Reverend Jeremiah Wright served his country, can we say the same about the President or Vice President of this nation?
Please see the following, either: http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/chi-oped0404wrightapr03,0,92000.story.
Posted by: The Rev | April 5, 2008 01:14 PM To the Washington Post Blog.
Peace & Grace
Rev. C. Solomon
Addenda: We love you Reverend Wright, and we appreciate your
service to this nation, and you courage and willingness
to speak to the real problems that are inherent
within the American construct!
BTW, with regards to Senator John McCain's recent faux pax while speaking during his visit to Iraq (where he was corrected by Senator Joe Lieberman)what did he really mean to say given his apparent apoplexy?
Should America crucify Senator McCain along with the Wright Reverend?