I personally still view Obama in the same like as I always have, which I'm not going to reveal which way I sway on my opinions in his respect one way or another. However, I think Reverend Wrirght has done damage to his campaign that cannot be undone. The damage was severely done the first time around when he spoke in his own church and was taped for the world to see. Then just when his rhetoric died down he went on tour with the NAACP dinners and the cameras were rolling again on more controversial words, that once again, did more harm, than good to Obama's campaign. I don't know why the Reverend has chosen this point in time to get so verbal with his national preaching. He's got to know it could cause Obama the Democratic election because some voters out there are unable to separate his boisterous religious rhetoric from good solid politics, unfortunately for Obama. That's all I have to say on this matter. It's very sad to see what is happening after Obama has worked so hard to get were he's at. Voters are confused.