Richard Wolfe, of Newsweek and Countdown, on Obama's speech.
Andrew Sullivan, The Atlantic, "searing, nuanced, gut-wrenching, loyal, and deeply, deeply Christian speech is the most honest speech on race in America in my adult lifetime" "This is what my faith is about. It is what the Gospels are about. This is a candidate who does not merely speak as a Christian. He acts like a Christian."
Roger Simon, who has a major fact wrong. He said that Obama here for the first time admits that he was in the pew when controversial statements were made. In fact, Obama admitted this last Friday night on Countdown with Keith Olberman (at 1.42 minutes in)
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