Obama’s Democratic Talking Points: Remind People I’m The Messiah

Is Barack Obama so seriously unhinged that he believes he’s our Messiah and Savior?  We used to put people away for long stays in rubber rooms for thinking such.  Or are prominent Democrats the equivalent of whack-job cultists who think the spaceship is right behind the asteroid and to get the cyanide-laced Kool-Aid out?

We do know that Obama takes credit for running his own campaign (most candidates hire a campaign manager to run the staffs and most of the details, but Obama takes credit for his “management”).  So let’s assume that he is the source of the Democratic “talking points” coming out.

Apparently, Obama is sending out the word: “Make sure to remind the people that I’m their Messiah.”

Rep. Steve Cohen, D-Tenn., feels liberated to come on the House floor and say that “Jesus was a community organizer, Pontius Pilate a governor.”  You see, Your Messiah Jesus was really no different than our Messiah Obama.”

Then we’ve got all-over-the-airwaves Democratic strategist Donna Brazile, who took Obama’s new talking point and ran down the field with it on CNN’s “Late Edition”:

BRAZILE: First of all, I don’t think they understand the role of a community organizer, often to help people who are in distress, they’ve lost their jobs, they’ve lost their homes, they’ve lost their health care. And for many of us, it’s a time honored tradition to give back, especially those who have been rewarded with so much.

The Bible says to whom much is given much is required and it comes out of that tradition. So it was insulting to see both, you know, the governor as well as Mayor Giuliani criticize people. There’s some on the Internet now that Jesus was a community organizer, Pontius Pilate was a governor. And perhaps they should understand the role of a community organizer, do help people in distress.

And why the constant message of Pontius Pilate being a governor?  Because Sarah Palin is a governor – and if that isn’t enough to convince you that she’s just like Pontius Pilate, then you’re not smart enough to be a liberal!

The fact that Bill Clinton (Arkansas) and Franklin Delano Roosevelt (New York) were also governors is just another Republican smear tactic.

Whether Barack Obama belongs in a rubber room for his issuing of this talking point is an open question.  But you CAN understand why Democrats and Republicans are so at odds with one another: we have different religiouns, and very different Saviors.

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6 Responses to “Obama’s Democratic Talking Points: Remind People I’m The Messiah”

  1. Coenraad Says:

    I have followed FoxNews closely since early February. They are resonably balanced in the larger picture but I gave it up a week ago because many of their reporters are Obamabots in disguise. Quite a few will hammer away at McCain on any question about Obama and slip in ‘’but Obama, who is acually a Christian’’ and ramble on from there.

    Obama’s Faith is a strange mix of confused logic and twisted half-truths. His mind is as devious as they come but give the man credit for intelligence even though he uses it for his own ‘’grand design’’ and, let’s face it, he studied the ‘‘field of the American psyche’’ pretty well to know where he can get away with a lie or a half-thruth or where he needs to be carefull. He is a huge Fraud, a prepostorous Liar and a very dangerous man, but he is darn good at what he does.

    I must cut this short. Have a look at the following as it appeard in a FoxNews Box. The date is relevant; whether it was a hoax or not, that was the start of the Messiah journey.

    February 21st, 2008 at 11:03 am
    I, Muamar Gadaffi, Emperor of All-Africa, and should also be Supreme Emperor of All-Arabia, issue writ to all American Voter Imperialist occupants of the land you now call the United States of America.
    You shall with immediate effect:
    Cease all activity in your colonialist election efforts
    Abandon your so-called Constitution and revert to a Colony under my command
    Install as caretaker President, my servant and direct under my command, until further notice, His Royal Highness of Africa, Barack Hussein Obama
    Install my humble and obedient housekeeper Hillary Rodham Clinton as my own personal Envoy and Co-President for the Colony in charge of baking cookies, and PLEASE HEED her proper title.
    Install her Royal Highness, Princes of Whigs, Oprah Winfrey as my local Executive President until further notice. In the meantime surrender your full military command, Army, Navy, Air Force and Security Branches to her as my Commander-in-Chief awaiting my further instructions.
    Vacate the whole Potomac Region and await my arrival 4th July in this the 2008 year of the African Millennium too inaugurate my Government and Officials
    Demolish your so-called Statue of Liberty and erect in it’s place a statue of the same height for my Co-President of a United All-Africa the one you know as Nelson Mandela, where you must all gather at the moment of my said arrival to honor this great Son and Prince of Africa. You shall all bow, kneel and grovel at my pleasure and discretion in atonement for your sins, and to offer homage to Him, the Prince of Freedom.
    In the meantime do not, repeat DO NOT even consider electing to your so-called Presidency the man you call John McCain. I want him arrested and kept in chains awaiting my said arrival. Meantime send me your Toy-Boy, William Jefferson Clinton for entertainment whilst we prepare for our journey to the Potomac.
    Further orders will follow
    So ordered by me: Supreme Commander of Sun and Earth
    Muamar Gadaffi; Libya, Continent of All-Africa [and stop poking fun at me, like calling me Goatmilk Gadaffi – it annoys/hurts my gentle demeanor and gives me headaches I cannot endure]

  2. Michael Eden Says:

    Not so sure about the “Muamar Gadaffi, Emperor of All-Africa” thing, but I agree with you that Obama’s “Christianity” is a bizarre thing that views Christianity through the prism of hard-core Marxism. That’s black liberation theology – the theology of Barack Hussein Obama.

    And to make it worse, Obama parses his “Christianity” like a lawyer.

    And he’s a “Christian” who takes one phrase from Jesus that He cares about the poor to try to justify MASSIVE BIG GOVERNMENT BUREAUCRACY. He doesn’t care about 1 Samuel 8 – which destroys the big government mantra.

    A government that doesn’t allow me to freely worship Jesus in my place of work, which doesn’t let me educate my children as Christians, which mandates that my children be FORCED to learn godless evolution in public schools, and which uses precepts of Marxist socialism, has NOTHING to do with Christianity.

  3. Old Student Says:

    I have followed your advice and found the Black Liberation Theology site, and discovered another “hundred” Obama Information blogs in the process. My reactions are simply far to many to sum up in one response but you may wish to look at another angle and comment on that.

    Your recommended site refers to what I would call African American Black Liberation [whatever that really is] as opposed to African African Liberation theology, the latter never having been defined, but it is very much alive. These two things however, differ as much as the North and South Poles and are just as far apart too. Into this enters the so called ‘’allegiance” of the last half of the previous century between Black Africa and the Middle-East. American Black exposure to Western Cultures differ vastly from their base in Africa, and way back African Black and Middle-East Arab were deadly foes for centuries. Now there is this sudden allegiance! To me it seems more a matter of joining hands to bash the rest of the World than true friendship as it is defined in the West and as displayed by the old Free Democracies [America, the UK, Australian in particular].

    I don’t expect a fast response because I know the amount of research involved but I also know that it has never been researched in any depth [certainly never published from what I know because it would not be the politically correct thing to do]. Maybe you a gut feeling for a short article. But that is the allegiance that scares me most. And you know what? In the Presidential race 2008 for the first time ever there is a man who probably knows how to use both?

    That really scares me! Boy, that is scary, and that is where the Messiah comes into being. But this is why I recommend: read and don’t ever stop [point one]. Point two: read both sides and make up your own mind if you want to because history mostly depends on the name of the author on the outside cover. It should not be so but unfortunately it is.

  4. Michael Eden Says:

    You may have missed one of the articles I wrote, which traces black liberation theology directly from the Marxist liberation theology that the Sandinistas first employed in Nicaragua. Guys like David Cone simply took that thought and applied it to blacks – particularly American blacks.

    So I didn’t see a disconnect between African-American and African-African liberation theology.

    I have a problem with the fact that Obama’s church/pastor/theology divide people into groups, and attack the other group as greedy/hateful, etc. But I have an even bigger problem with a theology that views the Gospel through a Marxist prism. Jeremiah Wright looks at Christianity through Marxist “class warfare” eyes, rather than looking at the world – and all its problems – through the lens of the Gospel.

    You are entirely right. Reading is good. Reading the full debate is essential to fully understanding. A good debater ought to be able to do as good of a job listing the talking points of his opponent as his opponent – and then be able to explain why he is wrong.

  5. Old Student Says:

    To Michael: I accept blame for jumbling my thoughts on African African theology a bit and can see why you did not see a disconnect between that and African American Liberation Theology. It’s both really convoluted madness and would like to come back to you. We must continue the discussion if you want to keep this Box open. I will add something on the Wright [read: not the Wrong] occasion.

    Thus for the time being I want to confirm my view on Christian Faith rights as you put it in another comment. We have been forced “on the defensive” about Christianity and I object to any further accusations about what we believe. Maybe I am old-fashioned to believe the old [easy?] way that Our God is our Heavenly Father and our Creator and we believe because we believe. To me everyone else has a right to his Religion but Religion [certainly the Christian Faith] is not secular. When the Founding Fathers decided to have a “secular protection system” [it’s just my words] it was meant to refer to government [and that was, still is right]] but a secular Government system does not, nor was it ever intended to make America an anti-Christian country. If however, others want to teach their children whatever they want to or not want to teach them, it is none of my business. But I want my family to be able to worship the way that has served us well. I don’t want to be forced to prove what and why I believe.

    Many of these new movements are just ruses for political purposes, which is exactly what the Founding Fathers meant to avoid. Thus I question the purpose of a strange unknown newcomer with a very strange background history when he appoints a Muslim Coordinator on his campaign staff. What does he intend this Country to be? What does he want to change? He has been asked this again and again but we get MUM for an answer. He talks a lot, he complains and criticizes, and makes Speeches but remains MUM on these questions. Why?

  6. Michael Eden Says:

    Old Student,
    I believe you’re right on all counts. The United States was founded firmly on Judeo-Christian moral and ethical principles – and one of those principles was the principle of true tolerance. In other words, this is a country whose laws were intended to shape a citizenry who lived by the Ten Commandments and the Golden Rule, but were allowed to practice religion as each person saw fit.

    The founding fathers’ idea was to keep government out of religion; it was never to keep religion out of government – and certainly now out of the public sphere. But that is just what happened as a few black robed tyrants took it upon themselves to impose their will on the Constitution.

    I can never judge a person’s heart. But I can look at the church he or she chooses to become part of, and I can look at what they say. Obama went to a church that has a LOT more in common with the teaching of Louis Farrakhan than Billy Graham. And his position on such vital issues as abortion is FAR out of line with Christian thought.

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