That, and his book has a great bit about how he learned religion was all bunk, and he seems to have picked his Chicago church purely for political gain, as he obviously has little to do with Wright's crackpot message.
Simply put: I can't find a Christian thing about the man, and just as well.
Atheists are the most mistrusted group of people in the United States (I believe that includes child molestors and communists), and relatively few Americans would vote for an open unbeliver. Sadly, not only must you be a Christian, you have to be the right kind. Americans are most certainly not firm believers in separation of church and state, not on the whole. To most, it seems to mean "the state leaves Christians alone, but it has to do what we tell it to and that can be separate enough."
Damn, now I really wish I could find that bit where some dewey-eyed preacher referred to separation of church and state as a "one way wall." It perfectly captures the sentiment I'm trying to describe.