Courtesy of World Net Daily
"Whew! I'm certainly glad to hear the 'snippets' from Rev. Jeremiah Wright's sermons 'in context.'
So begins Ann Coulter's brand new WND column in which she looks at the Obama pastor's latest rhetoric.
Writes Coulter: "In the famous B. Hussein Obama speech that sent a tingle down Chris Matthews' leg, Obama dismissed the clips of Rev. Wright being played on TV as mere 'snippets.' He claimed the media were highlighting Wright's 'most offensive words,' complaining that they had been played endlessly, as if repetition were the problem with the statement: 'GOD DAMN AMERICA!'
"It's absolutely unheard of to repeat passages from famous speeches. In fact, I have a dream that we will not do that. Ask not what your country can do for you, but ask that the media stop replaying 'snippets.' All we have to fear is repetition itself, because we are the people we've been waiting for to tear down that wall of endless repetition."
Read Coulter's complete column now at WorldNetDaily.com: