The Cult Of Obama Prays To The One. Creepy

As Jim Hoft writes, it’s a cult (via Breitbart)

Voluntary prayer in school? Forget it. Saying The Pledge of Allegiance? Are you on crack? Crosses and the 10 Commandments on public land? That’s a paddling. Praying to Obama? Hey, that is OK in Liberal World.

Others: Michelle Malkin, Hot Air, theblogprof, Atlas Shrugs, The Sundries Shack, Nice Deb, HotAirPundit, RedState, Whiskey Fire, Moe Lane and The Anchoress. I’m waiting with bated breath for Andrew Sullivan and Charles Johnson to chime in and tell us how creepy the Obamanuts are.

PS: maybe my picture post from earlier today about zombie proof homes was rather prophetic.

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Comment by John Ryan
2009-09-29 20:20:44

Not as creepy as having the National Park Service remove all literature concerning the age of the Grand Canyon because of conflicts with the Bible We certainly would not want to offend the Republican “base” would we ?

Comment by wHatIStrUth Subscribed to comments via email
2009-09-30 02:39:49

If I might borrow from the post-modernist’s playbook, it seems to me that there is as at least as much evidence that the earth is young and that man lived with dinosaurs as evidence claiming that they didn’t coexist.

You’ve seen the Flintstones, right? Do you suppose the writer got the idea to have a dinosaur living in Fred’s house after reading the Bible (see Job, Psalms and Isaiah, circa 1,000 B.C. for mentions and descriptions of Leviathan and Behemoth)?

Or did he get the idea after seeing cave drawings aged just a few thousand years from multiple cultures and regions of the world that show large creatures that resemble that re-constructed animal they call a dinosaur down at the Science Center?

How does one describe or draw a picture of a creature unlike any one ever seen? Or, why would someone write or sing praises to God for creating something of miraculous proportion if no one has never seen such a thing? And cave men did not have a Science Center to go to learn of dinosaurs like we do. In fact, they didn’t have scientists on the payroll either.

Regardless, whether a few thousand years ago or millions, no person alive today witnessed the event, and since a relativist cannot accept the rational existence of absolute truth, your implication that the Biblical version is false and another is true is simply impossible by post-modern standards built on relevant truth. I hope you don’t find that offensive — unless of course, it is true, in which case you can’t help but be offended. Oh, well…

Regarding the question of whether or not Obama cultism exists, I’d have to go with that tried and true cliche, “If it walks like a duck and quacks like a duck…”.

We live in interesting times.

All Hail Obama,
All Hail The King!

Oh, please,…

 
 
Comment by Trish Subscribed to comments via email
2009-09-30 11:08:41

Wow John; 1.Not as creepy as having the National Park Service remove all literature concerning the age of the Grand Canyon because of conflicts with the Bible We certainly would not want to offend the Republican “base” would we ?

Does ANYone know what you are talking about? Of course not. This Obama cult is creepy as heck, and MUCH creepier than whatever it is you say is the reason for removing literature from the Grand Canyon, which I will of course check up on.
The Republican “base” are NOT religious zealots, as you must assume to make such a statement. And they wouldn’t be offended as you say, if it was factual, informative and used inoffensive language, and didn’t call into question the existence of God. So what drivel are you spewing today?

 
Comment by Trish Subscribed to comments via email
2009-09-30 14:21:18

I found your rant John, it’s 5 years old, but somehow relevant I’m sure. The Demorat Underground, and Time Magazine. Almost irrefutable, and certainly not biased reports!

http://www.time.com/time/columnist/jaroff/article/0,9565,783829,00.html

http://www.democraticunderground.com/discuss/duboard.php?az=view_all&address=103×87962

 

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