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Coronation

Coronation

From “D” in Rahm-town:

I saw this sign yesterday outside a church in Obama’s old neighborhood, one block from the University of Chicago campus.

No matter how you interpret it, we are up against a lot of Kool-Aid drinkers.

Keep up your fine work.

Sign - Obama King

 

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At this point it’s no longer Kool-Aid they’re drinking. To them it’s the Blood of the Beast.

Wait till the tax man passes the plate after the “hope and change” “have faith in America” sermon plays to a captive audience – a very captive audience of the new slaves.

From the weekly revenue haul Obama II and his court will pad their coffers while the common folk will struggle to make it day to day.

Obama’s economic plan is simply to take money from the wealthy and to keep the not-as-wealthy dependent on him. Obama’s “redistribution” is the code word for cronyism. The poor get distributed food stamps, cell phones, condoms, etc. like prizes the carnival barker hands out when you win. In this case you win if you hit the support button for Obama and say “Hallelujah.”

To make ends meet these common folk will go to church; they will listen to the empty rhetoric and then, of greater interest, they will learn how to use the system – the Chicago gospel.

Just one thing to be found on their website. Yesterday’s sermon, that may be about the billboard, is not posted yet.

Pastor Julian has written a perspective on how pastors might preach racial justice in February, published in Sojourners. Here’s the link: http://sojo.net/blogs/2013/01/14/hearing-new-questions

    Sojourners Web Magazine is all about making Jesus into a social Santa Claus. Christians should stay far away form this website. Jesus never taught about “social justice” or “social activism” or about “racial justice.” What Jesus did say was to treat you neighbor as you would treat yourself. That is justice. And, Jesus never invoked government. He spoke of His Kingdom – and not Obama’s kingdom.

‘I have a dream’ has become ‘I have a phone … an Obamaphone’.

I am celebrating the day by joining the NRA. The second amendment is still worth celebrating even if precious little else is…

http://www.nationalreview.com/corner/338155/jennifer-granholm-obama-sees-himself-protector-chief-patrick-brennan

Which ought to scare the beee-geeesus out of anyone listening.

But won’t…

Presidential second terms never seem to go all that well.

I’m expecting this one to be a doozy.

Granted if it’s an AA church in Chicago it’s likely to highly laudatory of Obama, but you can’t tell that from the sermon title. After all this is what one of psalms says about “princes”:

3 Do not put your trust in princes, in mortal men, who cannot save. 4 When their spirit departs, they return to the ground; on that very day their plans come to nothing. 5 Blessed is he whose help is the God of Jacob, whose hope is in the LORD his God,
<< Psalms 146: 3-5

It may be because I’m not of the right religious persuasion, but am I the only person who looks at that sign and doesn’t know what the sermon’s going to be about?

Is there some secret Christian code that tells you guys that this is Obama flavor-aid?

    Henry Hawkins in reply to Isaac. | January 21, 2013 at 11:57 am

    “It may be because I’m not of the right religious persuasion, but am I the only person who looks at that sign and doesn’t know what the sermon’s going to be about?”

    Yes.

    “Is there some secret Christian code that tells you guys that this is Obama flavor-aid?”

    No.

    I’m a conservative atheist nevertheless familiar with the story of Jesus turning water into wine. It’s in the Christian Bible, which is neither secret nor in code (except on certain cable TV schlockumentaries). If even an atheist who has never attended a church service nor read the Bible is familiar with it, and grasps the implications in the photo, perhaps we can see your ignorance of it as willful, necessary to the task of trolling conservative websites.

    Crawford in reply to Isaac. | January 21, 2013 at 11:59 am

    If it were at all critical of Obama, they’d be putting their tax-exempt status at risk.

      Isaac in reply to Crawford. | January 22, 2013 at 2:39 am

      If it were at all critical of Obama, they’d be putting their tax-exempt status at risk.

      As evidenced by what past behavior?

    Issac;
    I missed it for a couple minutes.
    The analogy is to Martin Luther King.
    Equating an abortionist to Dr. King probably isn’t what I think Dr. King was hoping for.
    Too bad about the sacrilege performed upon his bible.
    I know, that is rather harsh. My apologies.

Hopefully, that sermon went something like this: “O Lucifer, son of the morning, how art thou cast down….”

Or, “let nothing separate you from the love of God, neither principalities, nor powers, nor spiritual wickedness in high and low places….”

Or, “I am The Lord, and beside Me there is none other….”

It would be good for Obama to hear this stuff. He doesn’t know the Judaeo-Christian Bible.

Having read a lot of Dr. King’s writings, I’ve got to believe that he is weeping today. So much of his great work has been undone given the actions of Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton, Louis Farrakhan and especially Barack Hussein Obama the “divider-in-chief”.

    Henry Hawkins in reply to Mike-in-Mass. | January 21, 2013 at 3:07 pm

    MLK’s death was the best thing that ever happened to the race-baiters, who then got to ‘interpret’ what MLK ‘really meant’ without worrying about MLK shooting their bullshit down.

BannedbytheGuardian | January 21, 2013 at 10:46 pm

I have thought for a long time that the American black church is a hybrid of voodoo & leftover imitations of Sunday gatherins of nicely dressed folk at Massa’S big ole house.

Hot mammas in nice hats . Sunday sexual tensions . Mad James Brown pastors. Hallucegenic induced singing.

Then lunch.

I wonder how that Sermon went?
The sign doesn’t give me as much to consider as does the location.
Kings & Obamas….
Is there a punch-line to this ?

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