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Monday, February 12, 2007

He's Got My Vote

"Wasted": that's the assessment of ex-cocaine user Barack Obama on the lives of soldiers killed in Iraq.

The former Muslim now insists that he regrets having made the remarks about US soldiers who died fighting world-wide terrorism.

Obama, who vociferously supports crushing the heads of infants as they are being born, instead wanted to discuss "how we want to put an end to the nasty slash-and-burn, trivialized politics of the last couple of decades."

Now that some of his old financial supporters have fallen out of favor, he also wants to discuss "how we want to reduce the influence of money in politics... how we want to come up with common-sense and practical solutions instead of being driven by ideology".

But the black man who supports gay marriage and opposes school vouchers, even though the majority of the black community oppose gay marriage and support school vouchers, insists "it isn't about me."

The evidence bears him out. After the statute of limitations expired, Barack Obama described in his autobiography Dreams From My Father(s) how he readily engaged in marijuana use and underage drinking, but he never did smack, i.e. heroin. After the book's publication, fellow Harvard Law School graduate and Democrat Attorney General Tom Miller of Iowa called Obama the smartest person to attend the institution in the past 25 years.

Among the members of the audience who applauded the rookie senator's latest address were Miss USA and Donald Trump.

As Senator Joseph Biden observed, Barack Obama is "the first mainstream African-American who is articulate and bright and clean and a nice-looking guy."

Given the decaying looks of the former cheerleader Hillary Rodham, Barack Obama is the Democrat Party's best hope for President.


Patrick said...

Excellent observations. On Youtube there are several videos of his public remarks about christianity, too, that are pretty scary for a U.S. politician. This man is definitely not from the middle - classic Chicago Democrat. Don't worry though, Hillary will bankrupt his campaign before the end of the year.

Jordan Potter said...

I don't know what kind of chances Obama has. He's agreed to be a long shot, but then so was Bill Clinton. But then Billyboy would have never been elected without Ross Perot's deliberate assistance, and I don't think there will be a third party candidate to assist the Party of Death this time.

There's just something disturbingly attractive about Obama. I was at an Illinois press convention in Springfield about a year or two ago when Obama was the guest speaker, and it was unsettling how the crowd of journalists seemed like they were fighting to restrain themselves from offering to prostitute themselves for him. He has a charisma, an eloquence, and a personal presence that seems to disarm the intellect and the will, and I note that the various antichrists of history have had those same attributes. With his evil beliefs and policies, and his ability to attract such broad and unthinking support so quickly, I can't escape the sense that this guy is very, very dangerous for the world.

The way the Illinois press covered his official announcement of his candidacy, you can tell the Illinois media all pretty much Obama whores now.

Of course, Hillary Rodham would be a disaster for the world too. Even though she lacks Obama's weird charisma, she still has Billyboys fundraising abilities to help her out, so maybe she will pulverise his candidacy. But you can tell she's really afraid and angry about Obama, as seen by the way her campaign tried to play the Scary Muslim From a Madrassa card.

Patrick said...

When it's this early it's important to remember that both Bill Clinton and Ronald Reagan were not even considered viable candidates around this time during their elections. The race has just begun and the unknowns will surely change the competition. So far, though, the conservatives are not offering up candidates that I would willingly vote for - either because they are not pro-life or they can't stand by any decision they have made in the past. We definitely need either a christian or pro-life alternative party.

Jordan Potter said...

I know what you mean. I kind of like Brownback, but he doesn't really stand a chance anyway.

Michael said...

Steve, he's not a "former Muslim." He was never a Muslim.

Roni said...

"Obama ­ whose father, stepfather, brother and grandfather were Muslims ­ explained his own first name, Barack, in “Dreams”: “It means ‘Blessed.’ In Arabic. My grandfather was a Muslim.”

See here.

In fact, the grandfather who raised him converted away from Christianity because he refused to accept the idea that you should show mercy to your enemies or that Jesus' blood washes away sins.

Likewise, his brother converted from Christianity to Islam and gave up pork, tobacco and alcohol.

The father after who he was named was given a Muslim burial.

According to Islamic law, if your father is Muslim, so are you. Now, you can renounce Islam without penalty if you do so before the age of 14, and we can only hope Barack did that.

But just as you are Jewish by birth if your mother was Jewish and regardless of what you call yourself later in life, Barack Obama was Muslim by birth. There's no getting around that, despite the lies Barack tells as an adult.

Michael said...

And you think he lies because...? It doesn't matter what Islamic law says, so long as we believe in freedom of choice: if he did not assent, he was not Muslim

From the article to which you linked:

“I remained a reluctant skeptic, doubtful of my own motives, wary of expedient conversion, having too many quarrels with God to accept a salvation too easily won,” he wrote.

But after much soul searching, he eventually was baptized at Trinity United Church of Christ.

“It came about as a choice and not an epiphany; the questions I had did not magically disappear,” he explained. “But kneeling beneath that cross on the South Side of Chicago, I felt God’s spirit beckoning me. I submitted myself to His will, and dedicated myself to discovering His truth.”

That's a Christian speaking, a real man of faith, and your calumny will not change that.

Patrick said...

He is considered an apostate Muslim. He has even confirmed this with Oprah in the past as a reason that christianity was a difficult road he wanted to travel.

Patrick said...

And just for fun, Wikipedia:

"Under traditional Islamic law (according to Abdurrahmani'l-Djaziri's Kitabul'l-fiqh 'ala'l-madhahibi'l-'arba'a i.e Apostasy in Islam according to the Four Schools of Islamic Law (Vol. 5, pp. 422-440) First English Edition (Villach): 1997)......some additional penalties and considerations that are mentioned are that a divorce is automatic if either spouse apostatize, an under age apostate is imprisoned till he reaches maturity and then he is killed, and the recommended execution is beheading with a sword."

It also states:

"[Maududi states:] In any case the heart of the matter is that children born of Muslim lineage will be considered Muslims and according to Islamic law the door of apostasy will never be opened to them. If anyone of them renounces Islam, he will be as deserving of execution as the person who has renounced kufr to become a Muslim and again has chosen the way of kufr. All the jurists of Islam agree with this decision. On this topic absolutely no difference exists among the experts of shari'ah."

Yeah, he's pretty much done for in both religions.

Jordan Potter said...

It doesn't make any difference whether he is a "former Muslim" or not. Every human soul is naturally Catholic. So there. :-)

Anyway, if Obama never said, "There is no god but Allah, and Muhammad is his prophet," with the intent of professing Islam, then he was never in any practical sense a Muslim, regardless of the dictates of Muslim law. How Muslims regard him now does not define who he really is, any more than Muslim disbelief in the Holy Trinity makes God a Unity. Truth is what it is, regardless of what Muslims believe.

Now, as for his current religion, Obama is a member of the United Church of Christ, which has departed from significant and indispensable orthodox Christian teachings and practices. So, although he may be a Christian (assuming he received valid Trinitarian baptism), the actual content of his faith and much of his political stances are irreconcilable with Christianity.

Patrick said...

"It doesn't make any difference whether he is a 'former Muslim' or not."

Actually, it does make a difference. He is being marketed as someone who can "see both sides". However, if he was never a true Muslim, it doesn't mean as much. Also, by pointing out that he is a christian, albeit a lousy one, but not that he is an apostate to another religion acts as if there are no issues with going between the two religions. People are being killed in countries every year by making this "choice" against Islam. It ignores the fact that in christianity, acting out free will through choice is possible but it is not in the Islamic traditions.

Jordan Potter said...

Point taken, Patrick. I meant metaphysically, ontologically, it doesn't make any difference what Muslim law says about Obama's status. But in the sense you mean, yes, it does matter.