RACE ASIDE

The Washington Times Weekly - - Politics -

Bishop E.W. Jack­son Sr., the for­mer chap­lain of the Bos­ton Red Sox and Bos­ton Fire Depart­ment, who later founded Ex­o­dus Faith Min­istries in Ch­e­sa­peake, Va., has launched “Obama Watch,” a weekly com­men­tary car­ried on more than 250 ra­dio sta­tions.

“I am an African-Amer­i­can, but I am Amer­i­can first,” an­nounced Bishop Jack­son, “and I want my coun­try to suc­ceed. I want Pres­i­dent Obama to suc­ceed only to the ex­tent that his poli­cies are right for the coun­try, and that is clearly not the case so far. I have been dis­turbed by the di­rec­tion in which our new pres­i­dent is tak­ing Amer­ica. I in­tend to watch the ad­min­is­tra­tion’s ac­tions closely and call them as I see them.”

Com­men­tary by the Har­vard Law School grad­u­ate, who stud­ied the­ol­ogy at Har­vard Divin­ity School, is car­ried over the Ra­dio Amer­ica net­work.

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