Pastor Wright is Mainstream

- By Bossip Staff

Posted by Bossip Staff

Here is a throwback photo of Rev. Jeremiah Wright with Slick Willy at the White House back in 1998 that has surfaced yesterday. Although the mainstream media are doing everything they can to paint Pastor Wright as a fanatic on the fringe of society, Wright has long been a prominent pastor on the American landscape, who’s been embraced by high-ranking public officials – black and white.

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  • shine

    who cares? i just want to say, Paris Hilton has gone to South Africa to help those poor children. i saw some pics on INTerracialmatch dotcom/photo/blackchats which is a dating site for interracial singles. she is so nice and beautiful.

  • Milio

    Slick Willy LOL That never gets old!

  • Jahpson


    I did peep that. they are all the same. all of them!!!

    but Hillary scares me the most.

  • Candylicker

    Was Rev Wright a racist then?

  • Stronger than Ever

    Bill Clinton is half black

  • Misty Knight

    This crap has pissmed me off till no end; why do white folks get so irate when somebody criticizes America? why is that “unpatrioctic” this whole hype over rev Wright is such BS

  • JRiddles

    @Heather, I read the story since yesterday. Same group different color…not really. Same political affiliation, different person. I’m not a democrat and I stand behind Barack Obama!

  • lovely and amazing

    Speak Misty Knight.

    Obama 2008!

    Yes We Can!

  • JRiddles

    @Heather…you got the story from somewhere, right? Or was that your personal picture you took in 1998?

    Anyways, their ideologies aren’t the same. Please listen to Obama’s speech on the cost of war!

  • me888

    Heather, CYAD, and get off your high horse. That story has been all over the place since yesterday.

  • GZee

    The media is is trying to make it seem as if the pastor is some kind of paranoid crackpot by him suggesting that the government created AIDS.

    Looking at history, it was the government that allowed the Tuskegee experiment, where they observed 200 black men with syphillis, did not give them medicine just to see what would happen. They let those men DIE a slow death and they jsut WATCHED. Or how about the indigenous indians, they were given smallpox infested blankets and were killed off? Or how theyt became complicit in narcotics trafficking in the midst of its own “Just Say No” to drugs movement.

    Those are just a COUPLE of examples… is the pastors comment about the creation of AIDS really so far fetched?

    I have NO respect for Hillary’s campaign tactics!

  • JRiddles

    @me888, CYAD…spell that one out for me.

  • GZee

    It’s a damn shame that we can’t have a basic conversation without name-calling. Classy.

  • BellaY

    OBAMA 08!!!

  • Bohwe

    We have choices in life, just because drugs were put in the black communities didn’t mean people had to waste money (which could have been used to support their families) and buy them, and become addicted to drugs. We can’t blame drug abuse on the government, because we have a choice individually on right and wrong. I can look at alcohol all day, but that doesn’t mean I’ll take a sip.

  • http://aol jo jo boo boo

    when in doubt blame… the white man, you’ll always get a amen…

  • the truth is in me

    bohwe, i disagree with your comment…Yes the government is to blame for all of the poverty in the black neighborhoods.

    When you keep a group of people down for more than 200 years, not alow them to go to college, keep them from getting jobs, force them to live in ghettos and stick drugs in the hoods..what do you think you are going to get?!

    My Grandmother is 87 years old, she was not able to attend college…therefore my mother and father didn’t go to college because simply,there was not alot of awareness out there about getting a good education, and even if you did, you weren’t getting a job because white people were not hiring you. So this is HOW YOU GET PEOLPLE LIKE ME THAT ARE FIRST GENERATION BLACK COLLEGE GRADUATES. sure we have HBCU’s but lets face it, many african americans were too poor to attend college.

  • the truth is in me

    we as black people are just starting to climb out of a large grave that has been dug for us…

  • the truth is in me

    All of the problems that are going on in the black communities are generational problems, and it is going to take a long time to fix them and it is going to have to start with changing the government. When you give more money to the poor communities,and secure the basic needs of children all across of the u.s., then we can be able to change the attitudes and beliefs of the children, and adults in these communities.

  • astralgirl01

    All of us should send it in to CNN as a reader-submitted news…

  • beautiful b (really)



    are we surprised…i mean really? can the clintons do anymore to shock us?

  • ray ray

    Thanks for posting this. It is very convenient for the “race issue” to flare up just before the race in Penn. As many of you knowk, it’s not a coincidence. It plays very well in a state where there are so many concrete ethnic divisions. After the vote, I’m expect the mythological narrative that Pennsylvania is some sign about how all of America feels about Barack’s candidacy and remember that this whole thing is an attempt to woo superdelegates. It’s the only way to win at this point. Politics is a cold game.


  • Moreaces


    @Heather…you got the story from somewhere, right? Or was that your personal picture you took in 1998?



  • terrence

    This is no surprise. Whites talk just like the good ole rev. Listen around am radio and search the net. Hell, white folks speak more vehement toward their country than anybody else. Hell, most of the men dying are white and from the sticks.

    China and India are waiting. When the oil starts to dry up, america will fall. So we better get our game right quick and plan an exit strategy.\

    No more children for us black folks. Lets just work with what we have. Yeah,I know how it sounds but in the end you’ll thank youself.

    America has be comprimised.

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