May 05, 2008


The extreme left-wing, anti-"zionist" (i.e. Jew hating) British rag The Guardian now thinks it is its duty to carry the water for American socialists, these days.

Remember its disastrous attempt to influence the 2004 Presidential race? Americans didn't like it. Well, those few who heard about it.

So last week it promotes a nutty conspiro-theory espoused by Spike Lee on behalf of the man who redefines HATE PREACH downwards: The Reverend Wright-Nutter.
Do the right thing and shut up, Lee urges pastor.
Xan Brooks
Thursday May 1, 2008

'If he loves Obama he needs to shut up right now'... Spike Lee on Jeremiah Wright.
Director Spike Lee has waded into the ongoing controversy surrounding Jeremiah Wright, the Chicago pastor whose provocative statements have proved a thorn in the side of Democrat frontrunner Barack Obama. Lee advises the preacher to do the right thing and keep quiet. "The more he opens his mouth, the more damage he does," he told the Guardian yesterday.

For good measure, Lee hinted at a political conspiracy behind Wright's recent, contentious attempts to justify his remarks. "It looks like he's being paid to keep talking," he said.
As one of the few people who liked Lee's flick on his Summer of Sam serial killer, I feel totally qualified to comment on Spike, and his nutty conspiro-theories.

Now here's a observation about the narcissistic Jeremiah Wright. Have you ever seen a guy who you know needs NO money to keep on talking?

You could offer Wright a million dollars, and he still wouldn't SHUT UP. He cannot. His mouth is surgically attached to his foot. He has no off switch.

Okay he lives in the Windbag City... but he could move to the Motor Mouth City any time.

Sorry Spike, but you're barking mad up the wrong tree here.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

If Obama is elected, then you can kiss the good ole USA goodby. The dummacrats have absolutely lost their way and the sad fact is, too many of the sheep are too dumb to know what is happening. Better wake up and do it in a hurry.

Wednesday, May 14, 2008 9:46:00 PM  
Blogger Jack Bauer/London Dave said...

Agreed anon. Pity the Reps aren't running a Republican, let alone a conservative

Friday, May 16, 2008 8:07:00 PM  

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