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Oh, They Shouldn't Print That!

Oh, no! Obama and his friends are upset about cartoons! Who would have EVER THOUGHT that running for public office would get you lampooned in a cartoon in a way you don't like!?? Waaah! I'd have to say that Obama must not be a practicing Muslim because while he's getting *upset* about the cartoon, he hasn't quite beheaded anyone about it yet.
(OK, that wasn't fair, because there are nuts in every bunch. But read the news and understand that part of me wants to just say inflammatory stuff like that because I CAN and feel that right may be taken away soon... don't get me started on Europe, eroding ideas of human rights and acceptance of Christians... this would be the article that has no end, yes, it goes on and on, my friend... )
Does Obama REALLY want to dispel the "Muslim" myth? I'll bet you he DOESN'T, because the idea of being a Muslim plays really well to the liberals who think they're somehow an oppressed people group. I don't buy that he's a Christian, though, but he could become one. I know he CALLS himself a "Christian," but you know, I could call myself "thin" all I want, too.
I don't really know about Cindy McCain. I really haven't seen anything in-depth about her other than the fact that she dresses nicely and has a lot of money. Big whoop. But Michelle Obama... you can't say that fist thing doesn't mean something sinister. I have NEVER NEVER NEVER seen anyone do that sort of greeting in seriousness. I think it's a Black Power thing and I'm very suspicious of this woman who isn't proud of America blah blah blah. And what kind of submissive Christian wife goes off and speaks FOR her husband in interviews and says that he'll basically force you to confront your attitudes and work hard?
Um, no, he won't. See, as a Christian, I respect the power and authority in the presidency. But as an American, watch me get all independent and revolutionary-minded on you and subvert the authority you weren't meant to have in the first place.
May God (that's Jesus!) bless you.


  1. Great post! I got quite the chuckle out of that cartoon.

    I also do not think he is a Christian

  2. Jesus was a liberal. Ooo, ouch! That had to hurt. If you don't think so, then you don't know Him very well--either that, or you've been listening to Pat Robertson too long.

  3. Well, anonymous from CONNECTICUT, I'm sure Jesus was a liberal in many ways. In the classic sense of the word. How does that "hurt?"

    I'm also not getting where Pat Robertson comes into the equation, and where you think you get off telling me how well I know Jesus. I can take a "good guess" at Obama in my blog post, but I don't think that's quite the same as hopping to someone's blog and being nasty to them without even giving the courtesy of leaving a username or the location of YOUR blog so that I might visit you as well.

    You may want to find another blog to troll, or perhaps learn to be polite and discuss the issues at hand in my posts. I'm sure I have several readers from other locations who can respectfully disagree with my opinions.

    Have a nice day.

  4. Great post! My thoughts exactly! Keep 'em coming!

    Mary in TN with the un-updated blog.


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