Ever since Senator Barack Hussein Obama became the presumptuous nominee of the Democrat Party, we conservatives have dubbed him “messiah,” Anointed one,” and such. Our ridicule was in response to the almost godlike status bestowed upon B HO, angering many a Liberal.
To Democrats Obama seems unable to do any wrong. He is looked upon as anointed to be the first Black president, even though he isn’t truly Black, being born to a White Mother and an African father from Kenya.
He is a very smooth speaker, when before a teleprompter. Off the cuff answers come a bit harder for him and he often stammers with them. Still, gaffes, misspeaks and totally bogus claims are overlooked when he speaks them while a Republican speaking the same gaffes is openly dubbed a Moron, stupid, lacking in intelligence, you name it. The anointed one is blamed for nothing.
As angry as the left gets with us, they do not silence us, though. We see their “worship” of a false idol in B HO.
Almost as if on cue, Speaker of the House, San Francisco’s own Nancy Pelosi, multi-millionaire Democrat who sees herself more as a “queen” than just another left-winged politician, has confirmed to the world that Democrats do indeed see Obama as a “messiah sent by God.”
At a California fundraiser this past weekend, Pelosi stated to all the world that B HO is "a leader that God has blessed us with at this time."
Strange comment from Speaker Pelosi considering that Democrats, through their surrogates in the National media, have continually cried about President Bush praying and believing in God.
Just before the re-election of Bush in October 2004, the New York Times’ Ron Suskind treated us to a liberal dose of “Faith, Certainty and the Presidency of George W. Bush,” letting us know the dangers of having such a “religious man” for president.
In June of 2004, former Clinton Labor Secretary and left winged professor of something at Berkeley, Robert B. Reich spilled the beans about President Bush desiring for religious people to be involved in America’s political process. As could be expected, cries of “Separation of Church and State” went up immediately, by the vertically challenged Reich.
It was in September 2004 that the Slate’s Steven Waldman let the country know how improper it was for supporters to “Thank God” Bush was in office when we were savagely attacked on September 11, 2001. He equates such supportive comments as, “He is one of those men God and fate somehow lead to the fore in times of challenge,” to claims of God endorsing Bush.
President Bush is a man who wears his faith out in he open for all to see and receives ridicule for it by those who now wish us to believe B HO is the latest "messiah."
Speaker Pelosi, ridiculing Bush, recently said, “God bless him, bless his heart, president of the United States -- a total failure, losing all credibility with the American people on the economy, on the war, on energy, you name the subject.”
Seems the only time God gets mention in relation to President Bush is either a compliant that he believes in God, or in ridicule. But, when it comes to B HO, Speaker Pelosi wishes us to accept that B HO is “a leader that God has blessed us with.”
Does B HO even have leadership experience? No!
He does have a 20 year relationship with a Church, although from what has been made public, it was filled more with hatred than love.
From all appearances, B HO himself seems to believe that he has Gods Blessing and is an anointed messiah who does no wrong. In stumping for money in San Francisco, B HO said, “I will win. Don’t worry about that,” as if it is a foregone conclusion.
We were warned long ago,
“Beware of the false prophets, who come to you in sheep's clothing, but inwardly are ravenous wolves. You will know them by their fruits. Grapes are not gathered from thorn bushes nor figs from thistles, are they?” (Matthew 7:15, 16)
Of course, we will know these “false prophets” by their “fruits,” their works. What little we can recall of B HO shows very poor “fruits.”
In 1999 he was the only Illinois State Senator to vote against a bill barring early release for (criminal) sex offenders.
He voted against filtering pornography on school and library computers and he voted for sex education for kindergarten children through the 5th grade.
In 2003, as chairman of the next Senate committee to which BAIPA (Born Alive Infants Protection Act) was sent, Obama prevented it from even getting a hearing. BAIPA, by the way, stated that all live-born babies were guaranteed the same constitutional right to equal protection, whether or not they were wanted.
In 2001, he voted “present” on a bill to notify parents when their minor children seek an abortion.
He voted against a cloning ban in 2000, but voted for it in 2001.
In 1997, Obama twice voted “present” on an Illinois partial-birth abortion ban.
Does this sound to you like a “a leader that God has blessed us with?”
Maybe that depends on just which god sent him.