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Monday, October 08, 2007

Obama's Kingdom of God on Earth

In a story sounding like a Mel Brooks movie,  Senator B. Hussein Obama, a democrat presidential contender spoke at an evangelical church in Greenville, South Carolina, saying that Republicans no longer have a firm grip on religion in political discourse. 

According to CNN, "I think its important particularly for those of us in the Democratic Party to not cede values and faith to any one party," Obama told reporters outside the Redemption World Outreach Center where he attended services. ......  "Democrats were fearful of talking about faith, and on the other hand you had the Republicans who had a particular brand of faith that often times seemed intolerant or pushed people away....I think that's a healthy thing, that we're not putting people in boxes, that everybody is out there trying to figure out how do we live right and how do we create a stronger America," Obama said......."We're going to keep on praising together. I am confident that we can create a Kingdom right here on Earth."  Source: Obama: GOP doesn't own faith and values

Man, is it getting deep now. The liberals have really become religious as of late, haven't they?  B. Hussein Obama appears to be desperate and trying to do anything to catch up in the polls. 

It makes me chuckle when I see all the political candidates tripping all over themselves and each other trying to make like they are more "religious" that the next guy or girl. 

The new left democrats mantra, "I found G-D," or, "I am inspired to do G-D's work" is a little too much.  The candidates sound more like the Blues Brothers that real candidates.  We even have non political chuckleheads like Michael Vick and Paris Hilton have chanted the "I found G-d, amen" defense.  Back to B. Hussein Obama's performance on Sunday, this is a made for the cinema movie script on the par a Mel Brooks parody.

Presidential candidates should run on issues and not what they think the public wants. You gotta admit that B. Hussein Obama's visit to the church and his speech about establishing the Kingdom of God on Earth is a little suspect. One would begin to suspect.  B. Hussein Obama, go ahead and get your poll numbers up and set up the utopian Kingdom on earth. 

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