2008_04_moyerswright.JPGThe Reverend Jeremiah Wright is no fan of Maureen Dowd! Bill Moyers's interview with the controversial former pastor of Barack Obama will air tomorrow night.

ABC News' Political Punch offered some excerpts of the interview:

"The persons who have heard the entire sermon understand the communication perfectly," he tells Moyers, according to excerpts released by Moyers' show.

"When something is taken like a sound bite for a political purpose and put constantly over and over again, looped in the face of the public," Wright says, "that's not a failure to communicate. Those who are doing that are communicating exactly what they want to do, which is to paint me as some sort of fanatic or as the learned journalist from the New York Times called me, a 'wackadoodle.'"

As for Obama's speech on race and criticism of him, Wright--who also said the sound bites were "unfair," "unjust," and "untrue--said, "He's a politician, I'm a pastor. We speak to two different audiences. And he says what he has to say as a politician. I say what I have to say as a pastor. But they're two different worlds. I do what I do. He does what politicians do."