[Homestead] Rev Wright and Hatred
lurine at softcom.net
Sat Sep 13 14:22:43 EDT 2008
Ah, yes and no. Aren't you glad you got a clear answer? Loaded with
vitriol (subject to bitter verbal abuse; abusive or venomous language used
to express blame or censure or bitter deep-seated ill will), yes. He spent
his time blaming everything on the government, crying racism and so forth
and so on.
Was his edited speech a hate speech (as defined in law), no. Can other
speeches be so defined? Not most, maybe some but usually would be simply
defined as vitriol or vituperation.
Did he scream, rant and rave. You bet. And he definately had leanings
toward those who do preach hate (as legally defined) such as Farakhan.
I'd say the man would have loved to be Farakhan and use his pulpit to preach
the same stuff but knew which side his bread was buttered on. He liked his
million dollar mansion too much.
---- Original Message -----
From: "VAN DELL JORDAN" <vdjor at yahoo.com>
> Was there a twenty year history or was this a one time or occasional
> outburst? I remember a quote that this hatred was not a large or integral
> part of Wrights preaching. Don't really know I'm just asking the
> Van Dell
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