Obama Not An Ideologue Just Like Nixon Not A Crook

Barack Obama is the most polarizing president in history.

His policies are so radical and that the loss of just one election utterly shuts down the Democrat agenda.

And they are so unpopular that Obama turned Camelot Republican – something that nobody ever dreamed could have happened.

But an ideologue?  Oh, no.  Not Barry Hussein.

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3 Responses to “Obama Not An Ideologue Just Like Nixon Not A Crook”

  1. Mark Says:

    Michael

    Last message went before finished. A parting thought–the only other group in the news that mixes politics and religion as you do– the Taliban. Think about it–maybe God isn’t on your side, maybe you don’t have a monopoly on the truth, maybe Obama is doing a few good things, maybe you need to remove the beam in your eye before you point to the splinter in someone else’s. Say or do something that acknowledges your own imperfections. Because you have some!

  2. Yoza Says:

    Michael

    Last message went before finished. A parting thought–the only other group in the news that mixes politics and religion as you do– the Taliban. Think about it–maybe God isn’t on your side, maybe you don’t have a monopoly on the truth, maybe Obama is doing a few good things, maybe you need to remove the beam in your eye before you point to the splinter in someone else’s. Say or do something that acknowledges your own imperfections. Because you have some!

  3. Michael Eden Says:

    What an evil thing of you to say, Mark. I knew you’d show your true colors. I just knew you wouldn’t let me down in doing the same thing you were denouncing me for, only far worse.

    You said in your previous comment:

    “Look in the mirror, bud. You’re the one using the over the top rhetoric.”

    And now the same hypocritical self-righteous over-the-top rhetorician who said that is actually comparing me to the Taliban because I exercised my own free speech rights to write an article. When you denounce my free speech as the moral equivalent of the violent actions of the Taliban, you are a true moral idiot. I don’t believe that my article killed anyone. I don’t believe it planted roadside bombs. I don’t believe that it threatened anyone with death, or that it threw any battery acid in any womens’ faces.

    An objective person would point out how shockingly over-the-top your comparison was. And what a twisted hypocrite you are to lecture me.

    This just goes to show what you liberals truly are at your cores.

    For the record, I am a Christian. There is nothing whatsoever to connect me to the Muslim Taliban. If you’re going to be the kind of fundamentally intolerant bigot who attacks me because of my religion, at least have the honesty and integrity to get my religion right, and then attack me on the basis of MY religion rather than a straw man that has absolutely nothing to do with me or with my beliefs and viewpoints.

    Furthermore, you are simply patently wrong in your assertion that “the only other group in the news that mixes politics and religion as you do [is] the Taliban.” There’s no excuse for your ignorance: our founding fathers “mixed politics and religion,” as this collection of their words amply demonstrates.

    In that article, I look at one statement from one founding father in particular:

    What are the foundations of America? After 45 years of public service, George Washington, our greatest patriot and the father of our country, gives his farewell address. He says, ‘We need to remember what brought us here. We need to remember what made us different from all the other nations across Europe and the rest of the world. We have to remember what our foundations are.’ It was the road map, showing us how we’d become what we were, and how to preserve it. It has long been considered the most important address ever given by any US president. President Lincoln set aside an entire day for the entire Union Army and had them read and understand it. Woodrow Wilson did the same during WWI. But we haven’t studied it in schools for over 45 years, so your lack of understanding is understandable. Washington said:

    “Of all the habits and dispositions which lead to political prosperity, religion and morality are indispensable supports.” — George Washington, Farewell Address

    If you want your politics to prosper, the two things you will not separate will be religion and morality. If you want your government to work well, if you want American exceptionalism, if you want the government to do right, if you want all this, then you won’t separate religion and morality from political life. And America’s greatest patriot gave a litmus test for patriotism. He says in the very next sentence (immediately continuing from the quote above):

    “In vain would that man claim the tribute of patriotism who should labor to subvert these great pillars.” — George Washington

    Washington says, Anyone who would try to remove religion and morality from public life, I won’t allow them to call themselves a patriot. Because they are trying to destroy the country.

    So I’m with George Washington in “mixing politics and religion.” And in American life, I’m in some very fine company.

    By the way: you are trying to impose YOUR religious views on me right now. You seem to believe only people who think like YOU should have the right to advance his worldview in the public sphere. And since you feel justified in comparing me to the Taliban, I should have the same right to compare you to the form of government that truly separated church and state: communism, which is official state atheism.

    The same communism that was responsible for the murders of more than 100 million of their own citizens during peacetime, by the way, as they tried to impose their views on the people they dominated. And the only thing that toppled that evil empire was people who thought like me, against the objections of people who think like you. Maybe you should reflect upon the log in your own eye before you try to remove the splinter in mine.

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