Wednesday, April 30, 2008
Byron York of National Review makes a good point today when he says the Reverend Wright Story is probably not over for Obama He write:
"the threat from Wright remains, all the way until November 4. Wright knows the true nature of his relationship with Obama. He knows what they have said to each other. He knows whether Obama finds Wright’s views as offensive as he has said. There are more than six months left before the general election, and if Obama becomes the Democratic nominee, that is a lot of time for the voluble — and publicity-loving — pastor to remain silent"
(to read all of York's column click on the title for a link)
UPDATE; Bob Novak says the same thing:
The difficulty is Jeremiah Wright, thrown under the bus by his former parishioner, can re-emerge at any time he wishes and renew discussion of the Democratic presidential front-runner's real identity.
As I have said before on this blog, fact is almost always more interesting then fiction. Who could write a political fiction novel as interesting as the Reverend Wright and Barak Obama saga and if they did no one would believe that it was realistic. There is a reason Barak Obama, up until yesterday, use "kid gloves" on Reverend Wright and we shall find it out before November! BTW isn't the picture perfect!