Obama is “Evil”

A blogger on an oh-so righteous [c]hristian blog called President Obama ‘evil!’ Evil is a word often reserved for serial killers and ruthless tyrannical dictators and other mass murderers.  Yet, the blogger meant it because she repeated it.  Evil. Of course, she’s a born-again [c]hristian who believes in prophesy.  In fact, she even quoted the prophesy. 

Ezekiel 38 No, I didn’t bother to read it. Nor do I read the prophesies of Nostradamus.



Our economy is the way it is because we have elected a disciple of evil as President of the United States, and we are losing our blessing because he is turning his back on Israel.”



Israel.  Obama turns his back on Israel.  Of course you know that the landing pad for the Second Coming is in Israel and “he” won’t return until the so-called Holy Land is purified from those Infidels.



OK, she’s nuts, I know, but just how many others like here are ‘out there’ with similar thoughts?  And they vote- and vote GOP.  That’s why they loved George W. Bush- because he attacked a Muslim country and killed Muslims.  They are called Christian Zionists and they are, as the title suggests, in bed with the radical Zionist movement in Israel.  I’ve written about them in past posts.  Preacher John Hagee is one of their leaders.

One has to wonder just how many of  ‘them’ are out there not spilling the beans about their agenda, secretly working their Zionist agenda, hoping to unseat the current president and replace him with a more [c]hristian one.  Is this one of the factions of the “Hate Obama” group who are currently working to denigrate and castigate him?

You betcha! [that’s a hint]

They and the “redneck cracker barrels” who populate the South and can’t imagine a ‘colored’ man as President.

Zionist Christians and redneck cracker barrels.  An unlikely duet, yet with a similar agenda.  Frightening stuff.  Very frightening.

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6 thoughts on “Obama is “Evil”

  1. Hello Muddy,
    As you well know, I just did a posting dealing with how does the Religious Right think that they can rewrite our country’s history with regards to our founding fathers establishing the United States as a Christian Nation! This claim of our “Founding Fathers established this country as a Christian Nation,” is just pure BULL!!

    I will pass on a quote from George Washington, the founder who the Religious Right claims as solely their own, which is:

    “I beg you be persuaded that no one would be more zealous than myself to establish “EFFECTUAL BARRIERS” against the “HORRORS” of “SPIRITUAL TYRANNY,” and every species of religious persecution.”

    This George Washington quote is written in his own hand about the separation of Church and State to the United Baptists Churches of Virginia in May, 1789.

    George Washington was warning future generations AGAINST the Religious Fanatics trying to take over the U.S. Government on the bases that they speak for God! The statement of, “every species of religious persecution” was a warning from those like we are hearing from today making statements like “President Obama is Evil” based on some supposed prophesy interpretation in Ezekiel 38.

    Any true thinking person knows on which side of this issue George Washington, and the majority of our other Founding Fathers, would come down on this subject….and the GOP needs to purge this Religious Right segment from its ranks.

  2. This phenomenon is pretty well described in Jeff Sharlet’s much-reviewed book, “The Family: The Secret Fundamentalism at the Heart of American Power,” and at my blog from time to time.

    Keep up the good work of getting this info out there to everyone who may still be a trifle confused about who these criminals really are.

    Suzan
    ____________

  3. Matthew Chapter 7-Avoiding judgement-“If you want to avoid judgement, stop passing judgement. Your verdict on others will be the verdict passed on you.”

    There seems to be many who quote the bible and then forget about the above statement in the bible.

  4. Those folks are like the proverbial tar baby of the old folk tale.
    Out of sheer foresnic fascination, I read the context of the quote…right from the tar baby’s mouth mouth so to speak. Nowhere People living a Nowhere land populated only by their own lost souls listening to the lonely cold
    wind echoing in their empty heads.

  5. Engineer- I read your very thorough piece about the religious intention of our Founding Fathers and it is very clear to all except those who ‘wish’ that it was different. But then, those people live in a constant World of Delusion where their hopes are fact.

    Suzan- Yes, The Family is a solid expose’ of these shysters.

    Tim- interesting quote because just today my wife and I were behind a car with a bumper sticker that read, “Only God Can Judge Me!”

    Yet, there is that ugly knot of self-righteous twits passing judgement on others with the ASSurance that they alone are correct in ASSessing the worth of another.

    Microdot- I hope that you donned your hazmat suit and latex gloves before typing the URL of that blog site.

  6. Given the history, I felt really idiotic going over there, but, in the context, I found the comments really interesting from a “gossipy” point of view.
    The levels of deceit and manipulation are apparent when our scriptural interpretive scholar lets her hair down. What a melon!

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