Stanley Kurtz at National Review OnLine has culled the evidence from the Chicago Annenberg Challenge papers and he’s posting about it:
John McCain, take note. Obama’s tie to Wright is no longer a purely personal question (if it ever was one) about one man’s choice of his pastor. The fact that Obama funded extremist Afrocentrists who shared Wright’s anti-Americanism means that this is now a matter of public policy, and therefore an entirely legitimate issue in this campaign.
Remember the South Shore African Village Collaborative? Kurtz has filled-in the blanks. Have you read about the African “rites of passage movement,” (to which Obama directed many thousands of dollars)? In reality, it’s scary stuff – as Kurtz describes it, “ceremonies inspired by the puberty rites found in many African societies.” In theory, it is thought that the “passage” is only taught, not practiced, at this Chicago African Village.
This is information voters need, especially those who think Obama is just as American as apple pie. One last quote from Kurtz before you read it at NRO:
A group that puts its efforts into Kwanzaa celebrations and half-baked history certainly fits that bill, and goes a long way toward explaining how Ayers and Obama managed to waste upwards of $150 million without improving student achievement.
Read the entire article at National Review OnLine.
Thanks to Wake up America
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