Is Chief Exec Of Dem Convention, Preacher Of Black Liberation Theology?

A long, glowing article in The NYTs entitled, “Can Leah Daughtry Bring Faith To The Democratic Party”, offered this bit of information about the woman Howard Dean has chosen to be the Chief executive of the Democrat Convention:

Behind her as she preached, a simple wooden cross hung on a brick wall in the vaulted and sizable sanctuary of the church, which is headed by her father, Herbert Daughtry. A prison convert who served time in his early 20s for armed robbery and passing bad checks, Herbert Daughtry — whose father founded the church and whose grandfather and great-grandfather were also ministers — became the church’s pastor 50 years ago, and today Leah was delivering the sermon as part of an anniversary celebration. Below the sanctuary, in the fellowship hall, a banner for slavery reparations proclaimed, “They Owe Us.”

Obama may claim he’s against reparations…but it’s safe to say that the chief exec of the Democrat Convention isn’t. What does this tell you about Democrats?

Fliers recounted Herbert Daughtry’s arrest, a few weeks earlier, as he led marchers protesting the not-guilty verdict in the police killing of Sean Bell, an unarmed black man. His ministry has always combined consuming spirituality with black liberation theology — the theology Jeremiah Wright invoked this spring to defend his controversial sermons — and zealous political activism. Leah holds these forces within her.

After the Reverend Wright fiasco, one would think that she would try to distance herself from Black Liberation Theology. But she didn’t:

“At the basis of black liberation theology is the understanding that God has a special place in His heart for those at the bottom of the ladder,” Rev. Daughtry said.

After the Reverend Wright fiasco, one would also think that Howard Dean would want to keep operatives with links to Black Liberation Theology out of positions of power. But he didn’t. Of course, Howard Dean isn’t known for being an expert in theology.

Pastor Leah Daughtry also believes that God has no problem with abortion, saying:

“God allows us to choose in the biggest matter whether to accept Him in our lives. How then can we take away choice on other profound issues?”

So…because God gives us free will, that means we are free to do anything we please? Anything? God’s cool with everything we long as it’s “profound”, I guess.

This woman, who also happens to be Howard Deans Chief of Staff, is the person the Democrats think is going to help them attract religious voters. A woman with a flock of …20.

Yeah….right. “Value voters” are going to be so fooled by the quasi-religious pandering they’re going to witness at the convention, that they’re going to totally forget that Obama is the only person in Congress who doesn’t have a problem with infanticide.

Besides, Pastor Leah Daughtry says God’s cool with that.



A new children’s book has been written about Obama containing this line (warning:Hurl inducing):

Even God himself talks to Barry while he’s in church on Sunday, telling him: “Look around you. Now look to me. There is hope enough here to last a lifetime.” The heartbreaking ending reads as follows: “Barack smiled, tears rolling down his cheeks. Suddenly he knew for certain hope would last long enough for him to make a difference.”

The author, Nikki Grimes says on her website:

“I know one thing, Come November, Barack Obama has got my vote”!

No. Really?


Cool beans: The Reverend Jeremiah Wright has a book coming out also….in October….just in time for the voting public to be reminded of Obama’s past membership to TUCC, and relationship with Wright, a genuine practitioner of Black Liberation Theology.

11 thoughts on “Is Chief Exec Of Dem Convention, Preacher Of Black Liberation Theology?

  1. The Dhims are like the gang that couldn’t shoot straight. In their hearts, they know that they are spiritually bankrupt, so they try to bring religion into the fold…by choosing a pastor who believes in entitlement, when the core point of Christianity is that nobody is worthy but we are saved by grace anyway, and then goes on to preach that since following God is a choice, abortion is a choice he wouldn’t take away. I can see why they chose her…a belief in the primacy of self would be bound to select a religion that embraces the same values, but once again, it shows that the Dhims couldn’t find a clue with both hands and a flashlight.


  2. God does have a special place in his heart for the little people, those thought to be scum, and the downtrodden in the world. Scripture reveals that he always has and always will. God loves the un-lovable because that is his nature of true unconditional love and mercy.

    God chooses the small and hopeless to reveal God’s greatness — to show how He, the Mighty One, works. So the little people become a great nation that outnumber the stars in the sky and the grains of sand on the earth. And hopeless situations get turned around and become his miraculous successes. God does this to display God’s attributes.

    And we who are paying attention come to know this powerful and loving God and believe and trust in him. Scripture is clear on this if people bother to read it and pay attention to it.

    But God can also choose to nuke those who are arrogant and disobedient — and Scripture also reveals this part of him. His attributes of justice and pure goodness are totally intolerant of disobedience to him. He might put up for a period of time for his purposes that we don’t understand. But he does not wink at sin and pal with those to try to manipulate him.

    God despises shepherds in wolves’ clothing. They will have their day of reckoning.


  3. Cathy, I hope you’ve looked into Black liberation theology, because it’s a complete bastardization of the Christian belief that God’s loves the poor and downtrodden.


  4. ^ Yeppers. Maybe I didn’t make myself clear. They are wolves posing as God’s shepherds.

    Black liberation theology borrows from truth and reality and mixes it with their own political agenda, which is contrary to the truth and God’s will. It’s the worst kind of lie. And some of God’s sheep are misguided into believing these lies while thinking they are safe in the fold.


  5. Oh…sorry, I wasn’t sure where you were coming from. Her claim that “the basis of black liberation theology is the understanding that God has a special place in His heart for those at the bottom of the ladder,” sounds perfectly unobjectionable, unless you know that’s not what Black Liberation Theology is all about.


  6. Thanks, Deb, for discussing this issue. You state things so well. I enjoy visiting here and reading all you write. I enjoy peeking in on you now and again and contributing when I can.

    Sorry, I’ve not been around much… in the middle of the relo to Texas. Will be in the new home by the end of the week — then comes the unpacking. Argh!


  7. And God spoke to Obama and told him “we both know you’re a dumb ass and lack any experience to be the President of the United States”. And Obama began to sob for 40 days and 40 nights.


  8. OOOOkkkkaaayy,
    Children’s *urp* book excerpt is an excellent display of the Obamazombies’ “audacity”, just not the way that they feel. (I almost said ‘think’, but that would be gioving them far too much credit.)
    As for the Wrong Reverend’s statement, it is right as she was quoted, but the quote was not complete. The Whole thing was : “the basis of black liberation theology is the understanding that God has a special place in His heart for those at the bottom of the ladder, like us, but he wants Whitey to surrender everything to us and then burn, baby, burn.”


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