Specifically to Misters O'Reilly and Hannity: please stop inviting Al Sharpton to either your TV shows or your radio shows, as he speaks for neither black Americans nor Christians but only for himself and the easily deluded--or reasonably well-compensated--who surround him.
Barack Obama made a call for nonviolence in the aftermath of the Sean Bell verdict - infuriating the Rev. Al Sharpton, who accused the presidential candidate of trying to "grandstand in front of white people," sources told The Post.And please don't be fooled by the statement regarding Obama's repudiation of Jeremiah Wright, which Sharpton issued today.
Sharpton, a politician and reverend, said, “What Barack Obama did was a profile in courage,” and said it demonstrated the kind of leadership “I not only respect, but support.”Trust me, he only said this because he's beleatedly thinking about those invitations to your shows as well.
One more thing: rid yourselves of the out-dated notion of "black leader" in spite of what would-be black leaders try to tell you. Among most black people I know (including myself), if they have an earthly leader outside of their families, it's.....wait for it....
The pastor at the place of worship where they regularly attend. Right Senator Obama?
(Thanks to Hot Air)