Monday, February 09, 2009

Barack Obama: Anti-Christ !

We've touched on this subject before and in greater length, but it's worth revisiting as some members of the mainstream media are starting to stand up and take notice.

E.J. Dionne, in a long and pointless liberal partisan rant, ends his column on a bizarre note:

No occupant of the White House has ever been able to walk on water.

Yeah, but that's not how you pitched him to us, tough guy. Did the Prince of Lies play you for a fool?

He was gonna heal the planet and lower the oceans. So, even if he couldn't walk on water, he should at least be able to paddle in it. "He is a community organizer like Jesus was," said Susan Sarandon, "and now we're a community, and he can organize us."

I'll let Mark Steyn continue here:

So how's that going? Jesus took a handful of loaves and two fish and fed 5,000 people. Barack wants to take a trillion pieces of pork and feed it to a handful of Democratic Party interest groups.

Jesus picked twelve disciples. Barack seems to have gone more for one of those "Dirty Dozen" caper-movie lineups, where the mission is so perilous and so audacious that only the scuzziest lowlifes recruited from every waterfront dive have any chance of pulling it off.

Notice how Obama sees the path that Jesus took, and does everything he can to somehow choose an equal yet opposite path? As the First Book of Wikipedia tells us:

...the Antichrist or anti-Christ means someone recognized as fulfilling the Biblical prophecies about one who will oppose Christ while resembling him in a deceptive manner.

And did you notice that he's turned the heat up in the White House...literally?

The One moves into the White House and promptly cranks up the heat to tropical temperatures... "He likes it warm. You could grow orchids in there.”

Uh-huh. And it's not like this hasn't happened before:

As a matter of fact, we're almost certain ghouls and werewolves occupy high positions at city hall.

Yeah, I know, that was just a movie, but....lies, extreme heat, and demonic opposition to Christ? Boy, I think the phrase "Great Satan" is about to take on a whole new meaning....

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