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Friday, 16 May 2008

Pastor Wright came before a press conference in Dallas today, to describe in greater detail his relationship with Senator Obama. Meaning well, he told of their more intimate times spent together, speaking of religion, government, and the middle east.

While Obama has openly stated he refuses to wear an American flag pin on his lapel or put his hand over his heart during the National Anthem, he has never spoke about his ties to the Middle East.

Pastor Wright confirmed yesterday that Senator Obama truly is related, if distantly, to Osama Bin Laden.

Though they are only second cousins, this could adversely affect his approval ratings, hints Clinton's top political advisor George Stephanopoulos.

Quick to act was the Clinton Party when they announced earlier this morning their plans to broadcast a commercial showing Obama embracing Osama in an undisclosed location.

"This was the break we were looking for", stated campaign spokesman Jay Carson. "This, combined with his drug use are two things that Hillary wants to exploit".

He quickly followed up by saying that Clinton has "made (it) cystal clear to supporters and staff alike that no one should engage in negative personal campaigning."

While his Middle East and terrorist ties may give Clinton a slight edge over him in the swing states, Democratic supporters of Barack insist that you can't judge a man based on his family ties. "He is an all American that just happens to have a terrorist relative. I think America is past that in her values", said Pastor Wright to a applauding Liberal press group.

Fox News was not present to report as they were following the McCain Straight Talk Bus in MI.

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