OK, no one answered my question in the other thread, so I am starting my own thread.... SERIOUSLY, if Billary or McCain attended some church that said the same things as what Reverend Wright said, would they still be seriously considered for president? Or is white guilt so great that no one can look at this objectively? I agree with most of the things that Reverend Wright said, but let's be real for a moment...what would the public reaction be if it was Clinton at a church listening to a reverend scream about how oppressive America is? Typically presidents of this country are treated from birth like papier machet boats in a snowstorm...somehow protected either by luck or some other virtue from anything that might be controversial in the future. Knowing what runs this country...corporations and rich white men...it would be revolutionary to elect anyone who attended for any period of time, a church that said the things Reverend wright said. And all it takes is Central American History 101 to know that revolutions do not hold unless someone busts out junta... Interesting times we live in. Thoughts? Anybody?