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Some resources for the truth on the Reverend Wright “controversy”… « Ideas and Revolution

Posted by nicolen on March 24, 2008

Sometimes we are too quick to judge. Is this the case with Reverend Wright? I must admit that hearing the sermons in context makes a world of difference.

Some resources for the truth on the Reverend Wright “controversy”… « Ideas and Revolution

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3 Responses to “Some resources for the truth on the Reverend Wright “controversy”… « Ideas and Revolution”

  1. Betsy said

    Things take a slightly different perspective when viewed in the right context.

    Whether one agrees with Reverend Wright or not, it seems to me that he has been unfairly demonized to make a media controversy.

    Watch Rev. Jeremiah Wright’s 9-11 sermon in context on youtube and decide.

    Jeremiah Wright’s God Damn America in context on Youtube

  2. nicolen said

    You are quite right, Betsy. This certainly isn’t the first time that the media has done a hatchet job on someone – just a lesson learned, I guess, to do your own thinking and your own research.

    Thanks for the links.

  3. citizenwells said

    “And the notion that somehow it’s cute or amusing, or a useful diversion, I think, is something that all of us have to recognize is just not the case. We all have First Amendment rights. And I am a constitutional lawyer and strongly believe in free speech, but as a culture, we really have to do some soul-searching to think about what kind of toxic information are we feeding our kids,”

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