Tuesday, March 25, 2008

Barack Obama is the Antichrist


Sorry for the lag in posts; I was traveling for work for a few days and managed to fall ill upon my return. So I spent all of last week in a Nyquil-induced haze, too useless to think of anything witty to say about the world's state of affairs.

But I'm back.

While I slipped in and out of consciousness last week it seems the filler story for segments on Jesus and the fifth anniversary of the second invasion of Iraq were the incendiary comments made by Barack Obama's pastor, Jeremy Wright.

And it seems, for the most part, that stupid Democrats don't really care if Barack Hussein Obama went to school at a madrassa or if he is part of a radical, anti-white church that advocates the destruction of America. Homeboy is still leading the delegate count and attention-starved politicos like Bill Richardson are all but too happy to bask in the glow of the Obama movement.

But the Wright debacle marks a milestone in the election and in our history: faced with the most damning of affiliations, Barack Obama presses on relatively unscathed in the polls. People are ready for change, and they don't care if Idi Amin or Louis Farrakhan takes over the White House, they just want "different." They want an "outsider" to come in and lobby for the little guy. And they'll put up with anything just to catapult their candidate to power, and to make right centuries of racial discord.

So Barack is an angel of peace and reconciliation? I say he's the Antichrist. With his slick, analgesic prose he's all but won the popular vote, his America-hating wife, minister,and Muslim roots notwithstanding.

The Antichrist's most revealing characteristic is his way with words and his unique ability to galvanize people under a banner of peace, unity...change. People will turn against reason and hoist this figure to power in spite of reason. With words and little substance, Barack has dumbed the election down and reduced the Democratic party to a bunch of smiling, Kool-Aid drinking Change-ists.

Kudos to him, woe for America. Or at least the Dems, because McCain still leads Barack and Hillary in the elections and y'all know that if push comes to shove I'm either sitting the election out or I'll vote Republican.

17 comments:

Alejandra said...

The anti-christ? Really?

What about Clinton and Coe?

Anonymous said...

jebus you are an idiot.

son of celluloid said...

If this is you back, how soon can we expect you gone again? You make Limbaugh seems like a Mensa member.

Anonymous said...

Wow. Just. Wow.

You are certainly no liberal, sir. And you can't even subscribe to being a classic conservative with these words. Finally, I know a little something about being gay and a hateful, racist homosexual is not very common these days.

Identity crisis much?

Anonymous said...

You mean, like, he's a devil worshipper? I must admit, like Satan, he has a very persuasive way about him. It must be that voodoo that he do. I didn't know you were a religious fanatic GCL. Either that, or you've just completely lost your marbles. Hilary is the she-devil, Obama the anti-Christ. How silly and tedious this has all become. Time for me to check out of this until one of these two evil motherfuckers gets the prize.

Ben

naoh said...

Okay, did you bother to do your homework? In recent days, the Jermiah Wright videos have shown to have been sliced and diced for sound bits that could be taken out of context.

Wright's statement about the 9/11 attacks was his repeating what a former US Ambassador had said a day before the sermon while being interviewed on FOX NEWS!

Moreover, the man is not anti-white? Where does he condemn all of white people? Saying that American is controlled by rich white men is the truth--and every knows that. Hello? There have only been 3 black senators since the 1970s, there are only a couple vs. 34 white women and hundreds of white men.

It's always great to see Gay people toss out all reason to embrace their inner scaredy cat. Do some research instead of sucking up the puke the media puts out.

If one were to believe the media all gay ment are highly promiscuous, drug using, atheist who want to destroy hetero marriag

iamagod said...

I see a terrible conflict between what you say this blog is supposed to be about and your post here about Senator Obama. You say that you're tired of hateful conservative rhetoric, yet here you are repeating it. You say that Americans don't care if he was educated in a madrassa, claim he attends a racist church, and that his wife hates America. Do you have proof of any of this besides some other conservative blogger?

If you're attempt with this blog is to raise the level of debate, you have failed. I recommend more cold medicine.

Anonymous said...

Thanks. With Hilary's antics lately, I've been on the fence about my support for her. But with your retarded, truly unfounded characteriztion of Obama as an anti-Christ, you've helped tip it for me. Why to go!

Anonymous said...

No love for Texas' gay Republicans
3:41 PM Fri, Apr 04, 2008

By Dave Levinthal
The Dallas Morning News
Dallasnews.com/trailblazers

Dallas Log Cabin Republicans' attempt to ax Texas' GOP state party platform language on homosexuality fell flat last weekend at three separate state senate district conventions -- the precursors to the Republican state convention in June.

In fact, the proposals never made it out of senate district convention subcommittee meetings that vote on platform amendments before presenting a final slate to the convention delegates at large.

Cathie Adams, president of the Texas Eagle Forum, called it last month: "I doubt it will ever pass at the Senate district level, and certainly won't pass at the state level."

But Rob Schlein, president of the Dallas Log Cabin Republicans and driving force behind attempts to scrub the state GOP platform of its language on homosexuality, says he's determined to fight on.

"We will just keep trying again. It'll just take a concerted effort to reach out and show people what this language says," Mr. Schlein said, adding, "I was somewhat upset about the closed nature of some people's minds."

So would Mr. Schlein ever consider switching parties? Consider that the Texas GOP's platform effectively indicts gays, stating in part: "Homosexual behavior is contrary to the fundamental, unchanging truths that have been ordained by God, recognized by our country's founders, and shared by the majority of Texans. Homosexuality must not be presented as an acceptable 'alternative' lifestyle in our public education and policy, nor should 'family' be redefined to include homosexual 'couples.'"

No, he said emphatically.

"On most every other issue, the Republican Party is where it needs to be," he said. "I agree with them on just about everything -- except the homosexual issue."

Anonymous said...

i don't know about anti-christ but he doesn't like whites, nor does his wife... read his books... people are such sheep... if you think bush was bad, wait to mr. obama gets in there... i'll take al gore over this con man...

Anonymous said...

If you listen closely to Barack Obama you find an undercurrent of self-lthing that finds its way to other groups. His comments last week in SF bear this out. They problem is that Obama does not knwo which race, which religion, and which political group he despises more.

As a middle class, Gay, Liberal American, I found Obama's statements in SF unsettling. Does he believe that he is better than others? Does he use groups for their votes? Yes.

I have been following closly and listening to his comments and assetions. As a result, I do not believe that his condescenion and disdain for groups like the American middle class does not spread over to GLBT's. It is just a matter of time, that in his attempt to garner votes from the Right, he will abandon us as he plans to abandon our troops for an extra 20 months in Iraq.

Anonymous said...

Your observations are on target. Obama, the cult leader. Obama the anti-American, anti-White, anti-middle class, elitist is NOT to be trusted.

I do not trust his ties to the anti-Gay, pro-Racist, UCC Church in Chicago. I do not trust his elitist attitudes toward the American working class. I do not trust his decisions on Iraq and why he might be making them. I do not trust his power over his army of irrational Clinton haters that have ripped apart the Democratic Party.

Obama is dangerous. His campaign of charisma has attracted desperate, youthful Democrats who max out their credit cards to fund him and his agenda.

This man denies his Muslim roots (though his middle name is Hussein)as he denies his Whiteness or Blackness in front of differing audiences. He is a pandering, political chameleon who changes his positions slowly over time so not to be obvious.

Just how far to the Black, Christian Right will he move before aiming in his sites at us.

Think not? What was his reason for not meeting with the Gay press in Philadelphia last week.

Wake up! Take a cold shower! Give Obama a deeper, more critical look with your eyes and your ears open. He is NO friend the American GLBT persons.

David "dram" Ramirez said...

You say you'll either sit this one out or vote Republican. I'm sorry, but there is NO way you can claim to be a liberal and vote for a man who while once had some honor, but like the Republican Party as a whole, has sold his soul for the sake of "Power". McCain simply embodies "Four More Years!"

Rev. Wright is a self-aggrandizing ass. I actually respected Obama for not immediately denouncing the man who he at one time thought of as a decent human being and a friend. Most politician would throw their own mother under a bus for a handful of votes. Obama did not, in his own words "I gave him the benefit of the doubt". However after Wright allowed his monstrous ego and hate to humiliate himself in public, not caring in the least how he would hurt a former friend, the human cause and the country, there was no longer any "doubt". Obama did the right thing and denounced him.

Oh, and Dude!!! (Yes, I'm from CA) The Anti-Christ! Shit, that's Cheney's job!

I see you haven't posted anything new in about six weeks. So maybe you're taken to your bed and any Nyquil induced brain damage is healing. If not then please stay gone. Spend your time where you'd be far more comfortable, at Fox News or Limbaugh's Radio Free Hate.

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Anonymous said...

The Gay conservative liberal has not posted for over two years since he was killed by his fellow Christian Republicans for refusing to repent of being gay.

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