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June 13, 2008

The Idolatry of Obama Continues. Claims of Adding to Scripture and That He Came Down From Heaven.

by @ 1:17 pm. Filed under Nuts on Parade

It’s sad how some people put their skin tone at or above faith in the Lord Jesus Christ. Just see how Jesse Jackson, Junior is fawning over Barack Hussein Obama, Junior.

Black lawmakers emotional about Obama’s success


At least five African-Americans before Obama have mounted serious campaigns for president. The first was then-Rep. Shirley Chisholm in 1972. The most successful was the Rev. Jesse Jackson, who won 30 percent of the delegate votes at the 1988 Democratic National Convention. The Rev. Al Sharpton made a notable run in 2004, as did former Sen. Carol Moseley Braun. Republican Alan Keyes campaigned in 1996 and 2000.

But only Obama, because of either ability or timing, has succeeded in clinching a major party nomination.

Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. (D-Ill.), son of the one-time presidential contender, said Obama?s victory overwhelmed him.

?I cried all night. I?m going to be crying for the next four years,? he said. ?What Barack Obama has accomplished is the single most extraordinary event that has occurred in the 232 years of the nation?s political history. … The event itself is so extraordinary that another chapter could be added to the Bible to chronicle its significance.?

Yes he said, a chapter would have to be added to holy scripture. If that’s not man worship, there is no such thing.

And you know I do not support Ron Paul (you know I don’t support Obama or McCain or Hillary either), but one of Ron Paul’s supporters decided to talk with Obama supporters, to see why they are supporting him. Pay very close attention to what the woman says at the 8:16 point of the video counting up.



Barack Obama, Change we can believe in?

I’ve asked several friends to be sure. Yea she said Obama came down from Heaven. This is how insane things have become. That on top of the fact Obama supporters usually can’t give any answers of substance.

(Hat tip to reader brooklyn for the video and quote from Jackson Jr. cited above.)

I’ve found this worship of the man named Obama is so far out of hand, somebody has even made a blog for worship of Obama and peddling of Obama “sacred relics”.

Flee idolatry and put your hope in the Lord Jesus Christ, 1 Corinthians 10:14. Worship God through Christ Jesus. Call on the Name of the Lord to be saved and you will not be disappointed. He will give the gift of the Holy Spirit to those that believe. Not in Obama, but in Him as their only hope. Call out to the Only Begotten Son of God and the Father and Son through the gift of the Holy Spirit will make their abode with you, John 14:23.


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19 Responses to “The Idolatry of Obama Continues. Claims of Adding to Scripture and That He Came Down From Heaven.”

  1. speakingtruth Says:

    It’s sickening.

    I’ll admit – as a black man in my (latter) 30’s, my flesh want’s to rejoice in that a black (OK, biracial) man is in serious contention for the highest office in the land.

    Then, I shake myself and read my bible.

    We can’t overlook the fact that Obama holds many views that do no line up with scripture (homosexuality, abortion, embracing the antichrist message of black liberation theology, etc.) and we can’t square up voting for him.

    It’s easy to get swept up into “the times” and cast your vote based on emotion (much like you’re asked to react with emotion when a pimp twists and distorts scripture). It’s harder to be mature and accountable to God by siding with His interests.

    But, alas – millions of black “Christians” are going to lie prostrate at the voting booth and be slain in the spirit after they vote for BHO.

    And why was he meeting with “religous leaders” this week? To make sure that he appears to be all things to all people so that he can get their vote. Check out this telling quote from Alphapimp T.D. Fakes Jakes (my emphasis in bold:

    Bishop T.D. Jakes, a prominent black clergyman who heads a Dallas megachurch, said Obama took questions, listened to participants and discussed his “personal journey of faith.”

    The discussion “went absolutely everywhere,” Jakes told The Associated Press, and “just about every Christian stripe was represented in that room.”

    I bet they were, T.D. 🙄

    We should ask for a full “attendance report” of the participants in that meeting to know who else to avoid.

  2. IndependentConservative Says:

    I certainly would like to know the full slate of names that attended that meeting. Even better would be full video, but I know that is most unlikely.

  3. ncatina Says:

    IC, you must have read my mind!!! I was thinking about you doing a post on this exact topic (I don’t have the time to create and maintain a blog).

    There is absolutely no doubt that what we are seeing is nothing more than hero worship. Around this same time yesterday afternoon, I sent an e-mail to a friend that did a critical anylsis on Barack Obama concerning his political record, his beliefs and personal contacts. She responded, in part, believing that “God has set Barack Obama in place for such a time as this!” I responded to her, in part, telling her that too many black Christians are indeed trumping race over the Word of God just for the sake of making history and bragging rights.

    People are simply too lazy to do the work necessary to strike a balance in what they read (if they read at all), hear and see concerning this man. Yes, he and his wife are educated, accomplished and polished. Yet, these factors pale in comparison to the fact that he supports abortion and the homosexual lobby’s efforts to elevate “unions” to that of a true marriage among other things. These will be the deciding factors that will help shape all manner of legislation in this country, not the fact that he’s bi-racial and can fist bump with his wife.

  4. rascoe1 Says:

    The first young lady that was interviewed, said what most of the black people were probably thinking, but would not voice, to a white interviewer. They are supporting Mr Obama because he is black. Many of them did’nt even know his policies.

    My daughter graduated from Howard University 2 yrs ago. One of the thing she could not understand about many of her fellow students, was their need for another Martin Luther King. A need to have someone to motivate them, they said. A savior other than Christ. I have noticed this same thought process in quite a few people I have spoken to. Many of them christians.

    On my way out of church on Sunday, an elderly friend asked me if I was happy about Obama (politics was the farest thing from my mind). I told her I was not a fan of his, as we did not share the same beliefs. She was taken aback, saying no body is perfect. I told her I was entitled to my beliefs, which she grudgingly admitted. On the other hand, a very conservative friend of mine was playing with the idea of voting for Obama after Romney dropped out, (he thinks Mccain is too old). I asked him why he would compromise his beliefs, and he changed his mind, (still not liking Mccain).

    Mr Obama has accomplished a lot, and that I respect him for, but I would never vote for him because our fundamental beliefs are so different.

  5. IndependentConservative Says:

    ncatina – Be sure to check out the “related posts” linked above. This is not the first time I’ve mentioned this and those posts have related information.

    I really thought the whole outrage over someone (E.D. Hill) claiming that OTHERS had called a fist bump a “terrorist fist jab” was way over hyped. She made it CLEAR others were saying it and emphasized it, to show how out of the norm the statement was. And for reporting “news” she lost her show. It just shows how protective many are being about this man.

  6. Praiser4Life Says:

    A campaign source tells me that besides Jakes and Kmiec, other religious leaders in the room today include Religious leaders include Rich Cizik with the conservative National Association of Evangelicals, best selling Christian author Max Lucado, Luis Cortes, Paul Corts, Cameron Strang, Bishop Phillip Cousin, Rev Stephen Thurston, Glenn Palmberg and Dr T Dewitt Smith.

    These are just some of the people that were there. They say it was about 30 people in attendance. You might not be able to find the entire list. Here’s the source, http://www.cbn.com/CBNnews/390184.aspx

  7. IndependentConservative Says:

    Thank you brother.

  8. rascoe1 Says:

    Not that believe the republican candidate is much different, he is not decisive on his stance.

  9. GaryV Says:

    Pathetic……anyone ever hear anything of substance from this guy?? I haven’t.

  10. healtheland Says:

    IC:

    Bill Keller is at it again. He is challenging Hussein Obama but not John McCain (let alone George W. Bush).

    http://pjmiller.wordpress.com/2008/06/11/evangelist-questions-obamas-christianity-question-should-we-do-that/

  11. IndependentConservative Says:

    GaryV, I have heard him offer details at times, but most of his fans:

    1) Don’t know the details, they just know the hype.
    2) If they knew the details AND historically how they play out AND how BOGUS his math is, they’d not vote for him.
    3) His details change. Depending on who he’s speaking to and the general polling view at the time on the topic.

    Check out Barack Obama on Taxes and just see how unlearned the man from “Harvard” really is when it comes to things like taxes and America’s recent history.

    The real bottom line is that Obama says whatever his base wants to hear. And being a political product of a far Left area, that’s what he speaks. None of his details have to work, because as we see his base is not really concerned with details. Just flowery statements. Hope…change…and so on…

  12. IndependentConservative Says:

    Yea Keller shows WAY TOO MUCH PARTIALITY. Someone would have to be blind not to see it. I wonder if he’ll start an (A vote for Obama is a vote for Satan) web site like he did with Romney, while staying silent on other running candidates? Yea, he’ll probably do it.

    I took a quick peek at his “devotional” for today and he’s already got tomorrow’s up too. Not a word about Bush being best buddies with antichrist Benedict XVI, not a single word. Let Obama win and you’ll see him suddenly muster up the need to talk about what a President is up to then!

    What is also interesting is that all the pimps and Keller all use the same media relations firm.

  13. Praiser4Life Says:

    IC, I’m a female.

  14. IndependentConservative Says:

    OK sister. [Hoping she never told me she was female before… 🙂 … ] (I’m a guy, I default masculine 😀 .)

  15. healtheland Says:

    IC:

    Obama’s qualifications and experience are not dissimilar from those of Jimmy Carter’s before he became president. That’s right. Jimmy Carter.

  16. SteelGator Says:

    It is sad by most blacks are going to vote for Obama because he is black. Most Whites are going to vote for McCain because he is not black. Feminists are not going to vote or they will vote for McCain because Obama beat Hilldabeast.

    Sad, but this is politics in America.

  17. 456charlie Says:

    My email is clogged daily with Obama Propaganda, forwarded to me from cousins and friends from all across the country. The latest was a video of Lisa Bonet and Lenny Kravitz’s daughter singing his praises with his name, “ooh-bom-ah!, Ooh-bom-ah!” being sung harmoniously in the background. As a nation, it looks as though we too, will finally have “Saul” as king, in exhange for trusting in Jesus Christ Alone.

  18. IndependentConservative Says:

    Sometimes people I know who like Obama send me his mess. Then I send them some of the reasons I don’t like Obama. Then they complain that I should have simply deleted their message if I didn’t like it. I tell them in response they could have simply deleted mine too (often they hypocritically want to badger me, but don’t want me to badger back). After getting enough anti-Obama materials from me, they don’t bother me with it any more 😀 . I only send them as many anti-Obama things as they send me pro-Obama materials. I don’t try and overwhelm or flood them any more than they do to me. But they get the message that they would do well to back off.

    (I do the same with the McCain fanatics. Although I can’t say I’ve encountered many who fawn McCain as much as we see with Obama.)

  19. IndependentConservative Says:

    I just found that video you were talking about. Total insanity, one lady even mentioned that he’s a “revival” for some of them 🙄 .

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