I wonder who The New York Times Supports in this Campaign?

The Times equates Pastor Wright's racism to what the paper writes is the "bigotry" of the "prominent white supporter" of  John McCain, Pastor John Hagee.

This defies rationality. Has Hagee expressed anti-black racism, as the Times alludes to in describing Hagee as "white"?

Hagee has endorsed McCain but there are several differences that even the hacks at the Times already know but failed to mention in their editorial.

McCain has not had a twenty-year relationship with Hagee as Obama has had with Jeremiah Wright. McCain has not referred to Hagee as his sounding board and moral compass, his close confidant. McCain is not a member of Hagee's ministry; McCain  has not given a cent to Hagee's church, let alone have it become the major beneficiary of one's charity dollars as Obama had made Wright's church. Did Hagee marry John and Cindy McCain, baptize their children? Have the McCain's raised their children in Hagee's church, as the Obamas have done with Wright's church?

Then there is this whopper:
Mr. McCain has not tried hard enough to stop a race-baiting commercial — complete with video of Mr. Wright — that is being run against Mr. Obama in North Carolina.
McCain has denounced the commercial and asked for it to be ended. What more would the Times have McCain do?

The New York Times has become an unpaid promoter of the Obama campaign. One needs to only look at today's headline to show their agenda at work:

Obama’s Break With Ex-Pastor Sets Sharp Shift in Tone

Emphasizing the "Ex-Pastor" aspect which other papers have not done-considering the fact that their has been a 20-year relationship between the two men that transcends any mere "Pastor" relationship.

It would be unbelievable except we've come to expect this kind of outrageousness from the Times.
The Times equates Pastor Wright's racism to what the paper writes is the "bigotry" of the "prominent white supporter" of  John McCain, Pastor John Hagee.

This defies rationality. Has Hagee expressed anti-black racism, as the Times alludes to in describing Hagee as "white"?

Hagee has endorsed McCain but there are several differences that even the hacks at the Times already know but failed to mention in their editorial.

McCain has not had a twenty-year relationship with Hagee as Obama has had with Jeremiah Wright. McCain has not referred to Hagee as his sounding board and moral compass, his close confidant. McCain is not a member of Hagee's ministry; McCain  has not given a cent to Hagee's church, let alone have it become the major beneficiary of one's charity dollars as Obama had made Wright's church. Did Hagee marry John and Cindy McCain, baptize their children? Have the McCain's raised their children in Hagee's church, as the Obamas have done with Wright's church?

Then there is this whopper:
Mr. McCain has not tried hard enough to stop a race-baiting commercial — complete with video of Mr. Wright — that is being run against Mr. Obama in North Carolina.
McCain has denounced the commercial and asked for it to be ended. What more would the Times have McCain do?

The New York Times has become an unpaid promoter of the Obama campaign. One needs to only look at today's headline to show their agenda at work:

Obama’s Break With Ex-Pastor Sets Sharp Shift in Tone

Emphasizing the "Ex-Pastor" aspect which other papers have not done-considering the fact that their has been a 20-year relationship between the two men that transcends any mere "Pastor" relationship.

It would be unbelievable except we've come to expect this kind of outrageousness from the Times.