Saturday, February 4, 2012

Render Unto Obama.



This man's hubris knows no bounds:

"And I think to myself, if I’m willing to give something up as somebody who’s been extraordinarily blessed, and give up some of the tax breaks that I enjoy, I actually think that’s going to make economic sense. But for me as a Christian, it also coincides with Jesus’s teaching that 'for unto whom much is given, much shall be required,'" Obama said, noting Jewish and Islamic teachings say much the same thing.

You just can't make this stuff up!

Read the rest here.

12 comments:

USA_Admiral said...

0bama is more twisted than 12,000 pretzels.

Unbelievable.

Always On Watch said...

Obama is a blasphemer.

Alligator said...

Amazing how these kinds of people constantly tell Christians there is a separation of Church and state to shut us up. They they turn and around an use Christian faith (their version of it) to justify and sell their non-Christian or even anti-Christian programs. He is on the wrong side of so many issues on a scriptural basis - as a believer it only shows me that his mortal soul is in danger.

Matthew 5:44 - But I say unto you, Love your enemies, bless them that curse you, do good to them that hate you, and pray for them which DESPITEFULLY USE YOU, and persecute you;

Z said...

"There will always be poor among you" Jesus. (Matt. 26:11)
Which is sad, but true. And we have to do all we can to rectify that, but that doesn't include putting ourselves in a situation where we've become poor and on the dole, too..that helps NOTHING, especially not those we want to help.

Alligator's right; he uses Christianity (oh, and Judaism and Islam...which blew my mind as I fought with my stomach to keep watching his speech) to push his agenda (never done before, by the way, by a pres at a prayer breakfast) and then whines about church and state.

He's a man of extremely low integrity and very thin skin; using everything he can to push his agenda, insulting all who won't buy it. That's loving?

I love your post, Brooke...great find.

Woodsterman (Odie) said...

Nor should you try to make this stuff up. The Big O is taking care of all that himself.

Dave Miller said...

I am gonna take a stab in the dark here... Most of you believe President Obama is one of your enemies...

So, as Alligator brought up the Matthew passage, which was misquoted, in what way are you guys showing love to Barack Obama?

Isn't calling him names the same as using Raca, [Matt. 5;21-22] thereby making people that do so guilty of murder?

Brooke said...

Funny how no one is pointing out how badly out of context Obama' quote was...

And no, were we angry with Obama without just cause we would be in danger of Judgement.

Dave Miller said...

Brooke, I do not see anywhere in Jesus words where He says it is okay to exhibit that type of behavior, even if we feel it is justified...

Do you see that in His Sermon on the Mount?

Brooke said...

Jesus was forgiving, of course, but He did not put up with blasphemers and hypocrites.

He said to give away your possessions to the poor, he didn't command Rome to take it and redistribute it.

If Obama wants to do so, he is more than welcome, but he has no spiritual right to legislate redistribution.

This is the basic point that most libs miss. What makes it even worse is that leftists cry about separation of church and state, and then depending upon which crowd they are speaking to at the moment, suddenly want to use scripture to justify their politics.

beamish said...

Funny how no one is pointing out how badly out of context Obama' quote was

What, that America's first Messiah-American president presumes he's God Incarnate?

To the psuedo-literalist Biblical libs, I say "Caesar is dead, get over it."

beamish said...

Isn't calling him names the same as using Raca, [Matt. 5;21-22] thereby making people that do so guilty of murder?

Don't be a fool.

cube said...

Good post. Obama is in it for Obama and no one else. Using the Bible for his power-grabbing ends is despicable.