What is good for the goose is good for the gander. If Reverend Wright is relevant to Senator Obama’s ability to be our President, then so is McCain’s spiritual advisor.
In fact, I am more worried about someone called a spiritual advisor than a man’s pastor.
This guy is SCARIER THAN WRIGHT! This guy is nuts! If you played his sound bytes over and over you would find that he offends over 75% of the general population. The only group he doesn’t offend are the crazy Bushie neocons.
Check this out:
BORED by those endless replays of the Rev. Jeremiah Wright? If so, go directly to YouTube, search for “John Hagee Roman Church Hitler,” and be recharged by a fresh jolt of clerical jive.
What you’ll find is a white televangelist, the Rev. John Hagee, lecturing in front of an enormous diorama. Wielding a pointer, he pokes at the image of a woman with Pamela Anderson-sized breasts, her hand raising a golden chalice. The woman is “the Great Whore,” Mr. Hagee explains, and she is drinking “the blood of the Jewish people.” That’s because the Great Whore represents “the Roman Church,” which, in his view, has thirsted for Jewish blood throughout history, from the Crusades to the Holocaust.
Mr. Hagee is not a fringe kook but the pastor of a Texas megachurch. On Feb. 27, he stood with John McCain and endorsed him over the religious conservatives’ favorite, Mike Huckabee, who was then still in the race.
Are we really to believe that neither Mr. McCain nor his camp knew anything then about Mr. Hagee’s views? This particular YouTube video — far from the only one — was posted on Jan. 1, nearly two months before the Hagee-McCain press conference. Mr. Hagee appears on multiple religious networks, including twice daily on the largest, Trinity Broadcasting, which reaches 75 million homes. Any 12-year-old with a laptop could have vetted this preacher in 30 seconds, tops.
Want to know more? Just seach Google or You Tube under Reverend John Hagee to see who the REAL HATE MONGER really is!
But I have a question? Why wasn’t George W’s spiritual advisor pertinent in 2000 or 2004? Oh, that’s right, his name was Karl Rove – heh, heh, heh(very big grin).