John McCain’s campaign has removed the Virginia leadership representative Bobby May due to a controversial column about the policies of Barack Obama.

In the article, titled “The (clarified) platform of Barack Hussein Obama,” took shots at Obama’s ethnic background and implied him to be an Islamic extremist.

The article took a step-by-step approach to each of the policies, giving a cynical and often racially charged view of them. For example, on the matter of reparations to black communities : “Opposes before Election Day, and supports after Election Day.

On the matter of freedom of religion: “Mandatory Black Liberation Theology courses taught in all churches – raise taxes to pay for this mandate. Put Rev. Jeremiah Wright in charge.

May even took the time to throw Ludacris and 50 Cent under the bus, saying that Obama would “Hire rapper Ludacris to ‘paint it black,'” and that he would attempt to appoint 50 the Secretary of the Treasury.

Perhaps the most damning potion of the article was May’s assertion what Obama‘s policies regarding third world countries: “Raise taxes to send $845 billion, send most to Africa so the Obama family there can skim off enough to allow them to free their goats and live the American Dream.

Senator Obama nor his campaign have commented on the matter.