Obama's instructions vs. campaign's actions

In Virginia yesterday, Obama says religious beliefs shouldn't be examined. I can understand why. If he told the truth abouth Black Liberation Theology and its impact on him, he would need to discuss its racial anger and it Marxist social/economic beliefs.

Despite his call for hands off his religious beliefs, his campaign or its willing media suurogates attack Palin for attending a one-time speech by the founder for Jews for Jesus.

Using the left"s "moral equivalency" argument, that's a ratio of 1 week to 20 years, or 1:1,024, and there is no proof whatsoever that Palin agreed with the speaker. Can Obama make the same claim, truthfully?

He hasn't said, one way or the other. Sounds like another present vote to me.

John Lorenz
Church Hill, Tennessee
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