One of the pillars President Obama’s successful 2008 Presidential campaign was rock solid support among blacks. That support may be cracking.
The Washington Examiner is reporting that Dr. Patrick Wooden, a pastor of the Upper Room Church in Raleigh has recorded a radio ad where he asks black North Carolinians to oppose President Obama this fall.
In the ad, Wooden criticizes Obama for “turning his back” on the black community. Wooden, a vocal supporter of North Carolina’s Amendment One, denounced the President for coming out in support of gay marriage one day after North Carolina voters approved the amendment affirming traditional marriage.
The National Organization for Marriage (NOM) paid for the ad.