Reverend Jeremiah Wright, while addressing the New York Society for Ethical Culture, in New York City on September 17, 2009, praised Socialism and No-Nonsense Marxism: once again he manages to denigrate the country that has allowed him to build a personal fortune while praising the political systems of slavery, repression and death.
Americans who are not Socialists continue to wonder at the bizarre and counter productive policies of Obama and become skeptical of his message that resembles Socialism; while he steadfastly denies being a Socialist.
There are those of us who plead that if we refer to Obama as a Socialist and offer incriminating evidence we will lose the support of wavering moderates who refuse to believe that the US could elect a Marxist to the Presidency: conversely, there are those among us that believe that every shred of evidence of Obama’s covert Marxism should be exposed along with those of his family and his associates, only the dim witted “Useful Idiots” will manage to cling to the pre-election ideology of the Obama mystique.
In the second audio recording, Obama reveals his vulnerability to the charges of Marxism. Should we worry that his self-conscious ego is fragile and that he can’t handle criticism; that he deserves special treatment because of his racial status and the rather obvious fact that he is an example of an Affirmative Action graduate who has been promoted well beyond his abilities or should we pull out all the stops and persecute this fraud as an enemy of freedom, whose main goal is to redesign this country into some dubious Socialist Dystopia?
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SKOOKUM: hi, you are able to post from the top of the world, I’m sure you’r better dress than
THE PASTOR WRIGHT.bye 🙄
Al Sharpton could not have said it better. Its socialism that built your gated multimillion $ home?
Racist antisemetic, antichristian- yes, antichristian, hypocrite.
Hey Skooks, remember the good old days when the sun was out for 22 hours. Are you far enough to the north? I was on the Mackenzie Delta working for Canmar. Do you know that there’s a coffee named after you?
What is more disturbing is the DOJ’s recent scandal over voter intimidation and that it is ok that Cacuasian citizens of America be victim of racial attacks. It is the same atmsophere that lingered in the early 1930’s Germany and Italy… I still have Great Aunts still alive who are fearful they are going to relive such a horrible history.
There’s not just a coffee… here in Washington State.. Skookem’s got an entire Indian Tribe named after him… Such lofty company with which we share these pages. 😛
Hi there my friends, lots of ‘mucka mucka’ (Indian for greetings and or conversation, I think); anyway, I am in Calgary for one night and off to the lower 48.
The Moosehide Indians, with their village just downstream from Dawson City, were impressed that my nickname was Skookum. They aren’t really the Moosehide Indians, but their name is so hard to say they usually settle for Moose Hide. Their actual name is Tr’ondek Hwech’in and that was the name of the river that had the creeks flowing into it that are the richest gold deposits in the world, 55 ounces of gold to the pan, back in 1898. The river became known as the Klondike and the creeks were Bonanza, Dominion, Hunker, and Quartz. They are still being mined for millions and millions of dollars worth of gold, but it is a tough business.
The daylight was pretty well 24 hours and it was amazing how each night there was just a little more darkness. It is a land of Mastadon tusks, ancient horse skulls, old mining camps, old grave yards, gold and moose.
My cousin likes to fly over the mountains just over tree top level because “it is more fun” he is known for his low runs and unorthodox maneuvers, he did things in an airplane I had never heard of and never seen.
I saw the coffee and I think it is a good thing; but the name ‘Skookum’ is so popular, I am worried it might become over used.
I saw and handled an unbelievable amount of gold! I can’t wait to go back to the top of the world.
SKOOKUM: hi,IT’S funny, I was just looking at my calendar,changing to july, and it has all nice paintings of INdIANS life style on their horses, this july one is about offerings to the river as they are about to cross it; I find thoses ways of thinking very full of wisdom. bye take care. 🙄
Okay, I think I pulled a muscle laughing too hard.
God almighty. Where did you all come up with that?
SKOOKUM: hurry to finish your book,so popular is your name, it’s your time to make this popularity payoff with your talent. bye 😉
SKOOKUM: AND don’t forget your gold. 🙄
Skooks, i got a caribou jacket in exchange for a couple of hams and a turkey, that i “borrowed” from rig camp. It’s got the frills,whalebone thong ties, and beadwork. The two old gals were just beaming with the deal. Yes the squaws chewed the hide to soften the leather. I chewed on my roughnecks to get some work out of them.
Oh noes! Call Sheriff Arpaio, one of the inmates escaped in his pink underwear.
PATTER: we got him right here; SKOOKUM boroughed him for his post, HE’ll RETURN him before the late news. bye 🙄
The only criticism the egomaniac Wright would make of this photo, is the very slight profile of his ‘thingy’, a description Lillian Hellman used for a very private part.