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Wednesday, March 19 

More Reaction To Obama's Speech

Caroline Glick has posted what I think is one of the most damning assessments of Obama's speech yet.
I was 13 years old when I stood up alone to all my classmates and told them that I thought they should be ashamed of themselves for supporting an anti-Semite for president. I was a child. But Obama came to Wright as an adult. And as an adult, he sat through 20 years of Wright’s anti-white, anti-Jewish, and anti-American vitriol and said nothing. Indeed, until just a few months ago, he was honoring him as his spiritual mentor. What does that say about him?
Go read the whole thing.

h/t Rusty

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