Tuesday, January 20, 2009
ODS: "Obama is evil" http://wnd.com/index.php?fa=PAGE.view&pageId=86469
I do not hesitate today in calling on godly Americans to pray that Barack Hussein Obama fail in his efforts to change our country from one anchored on self-governance and constitutional republicanism to one based on the raw and unlimited power of the central state.
It would be folly to pray for his success in such an evil campaign.
I want Obama to fail because his agenda is 100 percent at odds with God's. Pretending it is not simply makes a mockery of God's straightforward Commandments.
Nowhere in the Bible does it teach us to obey evil rulers. Nowhere.
This is a time for principled biblical resistance, not phony Christian appeasement.
To summarize, Obama wants "unlimited central government" and he is evil because this conflicts with the Commandments (I must have missed the one where it says, Thou Shalt Not Vote Democrat).
This is rather poor sport of me, nutpicking like this, but it serves a useful purpose in pointing out that there is a regressive resistant core of idiocy, racism, and intolerance in every society, no matter how enlightened the mainstream is. This guy's ravings would do Mullah Omar or Osama bin Laden proud.
Labels: Obama Derangement Syndrome
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