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Apr 02 2013

No Apologies for Obama’s New Reverend Wright Desecrating Easter

Obama’s habit of sitting through leftist diatribes passed off as Christian sermons did not end when he threw the rabidly anti-white and anti-American Jeremiah Wright under the bus after a close 20-year relationship. Just Sunday he celebrated Easter by wallowing in the moonbattery vomited forth by Pastor Luis Leon. At this point in our cultural and political collapse, the White House is too arrogant to disavow the twisting of religion into cartoonish hard left ideology:

Who could fail to be alarmed by someone who would listen to such divisive adolescent lunacy being placed in a position to destroy our country?

Via Gateway Pundit, on a tip from Ummah Gummah.

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  • Flu-Bird

    Obama surrounds himself with the most vile exzcuses of humanity to ever crawl from the pits of hell

  • Skyfall

    The persecution of Bible-believing Christians will first and foremost come from the churches.

    From the progressive churches it will come in the form of our failure to embrace homosexual marriage and our determination to base our belief and behavior on God’s word instead of “evolving” and “accepting” some new “paradigm”.

    From Rome, it will come in the form of our refusal to (a) accept their dogma and (b) unwillingness to embrace ecumenicism. (I predict within a few years, Rome will absorb the Eastern Orthodox church and make big concessions to Islam.)

    The “Reverend” Leon is just an early point-man.

  • Leg Tingles

    He sat in on the service but he didn’t actually hear anything that was said.

  • http://www.themadjewess.com The MAD Jewess

    When the hell did it become the ‘norm’ to attack Christian people?
    I dont get all of this.
    Everyday it just gets worse, too

  • Jil

    That evil lefty ‘Reverend” Leon – indoctrinating socialist Presidents since 1995

    How dare he suggest that Jesus might not have approved of conservative values. Ayn Rand would be shocked, shocked, I tell you.

  • jc14

    MAD Jewess, you of all people should know where it comes from (I’m presuming you’re Jewish): Islam, Islam, Islam!
    Hatred of all things non-Islamic is the basis of their Moonbat Death Cult, Barry is at a minimum highly sympathetic to all things Islamic, though he professes to be a Christian (sitting through the “Rev.” Leon’s diatribe, on Easter Sunday no less, should show you how much of a believer in Jesus Christ the “Bummer in Chief” really is; not walking out on this asshole tells you everything you ever needed to know about little Barry), and his 20-year association with the “Rev.” Wright is the icing on the cake, so to speak.

    Now, Barry may profess to be a Christian (because it’s convenient and helps him get elected), but as his father was a Muslim, the Muslim world considers Barry a Muslim in fact if not in name, regardless of what Barry claims. So, Barry is a Muslim, closeted or otherwise . . .

    You should expect nothing less from our Prez than what happened last Sunday. Had this been his first term, and he was up for re-election, what’cha wanna bet he would have walked out on that “sermon”?

  • Skyfall

    Jil, Jil, Jil. Another troll who got lost on the way to HuffPo.

    (a) Ayn Rand was an atheist. She was dead-on as far as capitalism goes, dead-wrong in terms of Christianity.

    (b) Instead of running your mouth, why don’t you actually study the Bible (as opposed to “reading” it or getting talking-point one-verse “gotcha” quotes). Any real conservative “value” would be based on solid, Biblical values…

    BUT

    Jesus Christ wasn’t a prophet or wise teacher or dispenser of values. He is God. He didn’t say “I’ll show you the way”, he said “I AM the way”. He didn’t come to bring peace, he came to set the world on fire, set brother against brother, father against son, etc.

    You should check out the Bible sometime, guided by the Holy Ghost (not interpreted by men). You’ll be surprised what you might learn.

  • Jill

    Ooh an intellectual, who knows that Ayn Rand was an atheist but worships her anyway.

    It’s difficult to see how anyone could not conclude that Randian Objectivism is the antithesis of Christianity, assuming they have actually read both the Bible and Rand’s works.

    Her metaphysics is objective reality not spirituality; her epistemology is reason not revelation and her ethics self-interest not the Bible.

    As for reading the Bible, you should try it yourself, mote plucker. Luke 6 for starters.

  • Doug

    Our pathetic weakling anti intellectual excuse for a troll is now hiding behind a girls name.

  • Doug

    Oh, I take that back. Maybe “it’s” quadamourous. It can go one of four ways. Here’s one: try shoving your head sideways up your sphincter.

  • True Blue

    “Who could fail to be alarmed by someone who would listen to such divisive adolescent lunacy being placed in a position to destroy our country?”

    Oh, he does not simply Listen; he uses his position of power to provide Moonbats in general a podium from which to spout their various lunacies. Who invited the pastor? Who chose to attend, thus providing both national spotlight and microphone for this sermon?

    “It’s difficult to see how anyone could not conclude that Randian Objectivism is the antithesis of Christianity, assuming they have actually read both the Bible and Rand’s works.”
    Wrong actually. Athiest she may have been, but she also had no problem, nor does Randian Objectivism have a problem with charity. You seem to have missed the point that charity is Voluntary; while Rand stood firmly against collective oligarchialism and the use of compulsion, coersion and force to redistribute what people earned to those who did not earn it.
    She also directly and indirectly sites ‘by the sweat of thy own brow shalt thou eat thy bread’.
    Incidentally, just FYI, the free market and capitalism -throught the history of mankind- have been the only, ONLY power that has elevated the general condition of the people you claim to be so concerned with. No King, religion, Senate or judiciary has been as great a power for justice, equality, or to alleviate poverty as a genuine free market; because a free market demands value for value, while no government can ‘give’ anything it has not stolen from someone else.

  • hairy ticks

    Jill, you are dead on on Rand.
    Since a little religious war has already been started, let’s carry it on. The inconsistency of modern Christian “conservatives” in accepting Rand’s false philosophy while still laying claim to Christian teaching is audacious to say the least. Anything to defend the Protestant basis of capitalism, I guess. It’s not exactly surprising, though. After all, false conservatism (i.e. liberalism) has its origin in Protestantism, and every true Christian thinker understands that Protestantism taken to its logical conclusion ends in atheism. Rand was just ahead of her modern Christian defenders and more intellectually consistent, having logically connected the Protestant roots of capitalism with the atheism Protestantism ends in. Liberalism is bad no matter how it is wrapped. Avoid it at all costs, especially if it involves the principle of “private judgment” regarding politics, economics, or the reading of Scripture.

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  • Adam

    j14, I was always under the impression that Obama’s an agnostic whose sympathies lie heavily with Muslims at the expense of Christians and Jews.

  • Doug

    At least lao had the decency to always attach his name to his lame comments. Ths new form of troll is so pathetic, that it has to change it’s name for each comment to create another Democrat lie about how many trolls there actually are. So tell us, troll, how any times do you vote in elections?

  • Flu-Bird

    The next time some liberals demand Conservatives appoligise tell them to GO POUND SAND

  • Jill

    nor does Randian Objectivism have a problem with charity
    No?


    My views on charity are very simple. I do not consider it a major virtue and, above all, I do not consider it a moral duty. There is nothing wrong in helping other people, if and when they are worthy of the help and you can afford to help them. I regard charity as a marginal issue. What I am fighting is the idea that charity is a moral duty and a primary virtue. – Ayn Rand, 1964 Playboy

    The Objectivist view of charity is very different from most traditional moralities, such as Christian ethics – The Atlas Society (no kidding)

    Compare this to the Bible:

    Ezekiel 16 – Behold, this was the guilt of your sister Sodom: she and her daughters had pride, excess of food, and prosperous ease, but did not aid the poor and needy.

    1 John 3 – But if anyone has the world’s goods and sees his brother in need, yet closes his heart against him, how does God’s love abide in him?

    Matthew 25
    Then he will say to those on his left, ‘Depart from me, you cursed, into the eternal fire prepared for the devil and his angels. For I was hungry and you gave me food, I was thirsty and you gave me drink, I was a stranger and you welcomed me, I was naked and you clothed me, I was sick and you visited me, I was in prison and you came to me.’ Then the righteous will answer him, saying, ‘Lord, when did we see you hungry and feed you, or thirsty and give you drink? And when did we see you a stranger and welcome you, or naked and clothe you? And when did we see you sick or in prison and visit you?’ And the King will answer them, ‘Truly, I say to you, as you did it to one of the least of these my brothers, you did it to me.’

    And you say there is no problem? If you can’t see the difference between being cursed and cast into “the eternal fire prepared for the devil and his angels” and “fighting … the idea that charity is a moral duty and a primary virtue.” then your soteriology is seriously compromised. I’d rather live by Jesus’ words than Rand’s.

    Or are you arguing that nobody should be forced to live moral lives according to God’s laws?

    hairy ticks: Oh dear, the wrath of moonbattery will be visited upon you. Doug already has wet panties imagining you putting things in your sphincter.

    Adam Smith, the ‘father’ of capitalism was not a Christian, and this is what he had to say about the compatibility of virtue and wealth gathering.

    To deserve, to acquire, and to enjoy the respect and admiration of mankind, are the great objects of ambition. There are two different roads leading to the attainment of this desire; the one, by the study of wisdom and the practice of virtue; the other, by the acquisition of wealth and greatness.

  • Jodie

    As I recall, the last time that the Obama family attended this church – St. John’s Episcopal Church, in 2010 – was that day that an Islamist, who hates America and believes that Jesus was a fraud, was the guest speaker:

    “A few interesting things have been reported since President Obama’s rare church attendance yesterday and they will only feed the “Obama is a Muslim” conspiracy that affects 25% of Americans. At St. John’s Episcopal Church, the Obama’s went to church for the third time this year. Some believe that the White House and the brains behind the administration essentially forced Obama to attend service to reduce the perception that too many Americans believe the president is Muslim. But what’s not being reported is that Dr. Ziad Asali, a Muslim, was a guest speaker at the church yesterday.”

    http://www.habledash.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=864:obama-attends-church-with-muslim-guest-speaker&catid=45:the-nook&Itemid=59

  • multiple personality paid Democrat Moby troll

    Why I am so right about everything. Just look at my impressive Bible citations!

  • Suprsvc

    I swear, every time I see a picture of Nanny Bloomberg he looks more and more like a perverted little pedophile. Seriously, would any of you trust your child to be alone with this maniacle control freak for even a second?

  • Jill

    multiple personality paid Democrat Moby troll says: Why I am so right about everything. Just look at my impressive Bible citations!
    Hey Doug – don’t forget my Ayn Rand and Adam Smith quotes!

    But I do understand that quoting Jesus instead of Palin does reduce my standing here.

  • hairy jill, uh I mean, tick, uh I mean math exists

    Jill, you are sooooo right!

  • Skyfall

    “Jill”s problem (aside from whether she spells it with one or two “L”s) is the same as all progs:

    (a) (S)he thinks if you see some good in something (Rand’s view of capitalism, for example), then you must worship everything that person says and does, and in fact, worship the person. (I like Volkswagon cars but I don’t worship Adolf or Ferdinand). You see, most conservatives can separate the wheat from the chaff.

    (b) (S)he thinks that Googling (since we know (s)he doesn’t use Bing) Bible quotes really SHOWS US! Here is a hint: the best quoter of scripture (and the one who uses it more than anyone else to accuse the faithful) is your father. I say that because of the anger and lack of *ahem* charity in the way you lash out.

    As to Hairy Ticks (great name), all I can say is I wonder if Catholics like him ever realize how their elite, protestant-hating attitude comes off. Those of us who actually read and believe the Bible will still pray for you…right up to the end.

    +1 to Jodie. Little pieces of info like that seem to slip by guys like Jay Carney.

  • Tax Slave

    Harry Ticks,

    Do you know the origin of papal infallibility?

    When Roman Catholics began discussing the hypothesis that Mary was without sin, two sides of the issue formed. Some scholars argued that Mary’s virginity was synonymous with her sinlessness, and that a sinful woman could not carry Jesus in her womb, so obviously she herself was conceived without the curse of Adam. Thus was born the idea of the Immaculate Conception of Mary.

    The other side however said that all people are sinners, and pointed to Scripture to prove it. They argued that if it were possible for anyone-even Mary-to be without sin, then Jesus’ sinless life, wrath-bearing death, and atoning resurrection were unnecessary.

    The Pope ended the controversy with the age-old logical principle, “Because I said so, that’s why!” Papal infallibility was created to silence the critics of the Immaculate Conception of Mary.

    When the new pope was elected, people started talking about him reforming the Roman Catholic Church…it’s been done already.

    Sola Scriptura, Sola Fides, Sola Gratia,
    Solum Cristos, Sola Gloria Deo

  • Jill

    S)he thinks if you see some good in something (Rand’s view of capitalism, for example), then you must worship everything that person says and does, and in fact, worship the person. (I like Volkswagon cars but I don’t worship Adolf or Ferdinand). You see, most conservatives can separate the wheat from the chaff
    Or sheep from goats?

    If you read what I said, I’m not using the ad-hominem argument that because Rand is an atheist whatever she says must also be wrong. A philosophy and system of ethics is not a product like a car. The problem is Rand’s philosophyand system of ethics (objectivism) is fundamentally opposed to Christianity and it is that philosophy which is her epistemology for “The Virtue of Selfishness” i.e. Randian capitalism. If you haven’t read “Introduction to Objectivist Epistemology” then you should. It’s not an easy read but if you want to understand how her ideology justifies her amoral selfishness you will need to. Rand is the stereotypical atheist. She denies God in order to be free from moral restraints and to pursue personal greed.

    I’m sorry you don’t like to read the words of Jesus and seem to think His word is irrelevant. If you actually read and believe the Bible but choose to follow Rand instead of Jesus then your prayers right up to the end aren’t worth a lot.

    Your charges of ‘anger’ would be better directed towards multiple personality paid Democrat Moby troll “try shoving your head sideways up your sphincter” Doug, who clearly does have anger issues.

  • Skyfall

    Jill, you are still missing my point. I don’t “follow” Rand, and I have read The Virtue of Selfishness. Point is, anything other than a truly free market economy will in some degree enslave man. Jesus was not a socialist, though I’m sure one can twist his words to support that belief. Rand was wrong on a lot (just read the love/sex scenes in Atlas. Throwing someone down on a sandbag wouldn’t lead to passion, it would lead to a herniated disc), but her fundamentals on money and the economy were spot-on.

    As to not liking Jesus’ words, or thinking they’re irrelevant, well…that’s pretty ad hominem if you ask me, not to mention offensive. You’re once again projecting the progressive mentality onto me: “You read Rand, you don’t hate everything she says, therefore you must worship her and buy into all her thinking.”

    Wrong.

    I’ll give you the anger point.

  • Jill

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    Now that is funny! Spamming a Muslim dating site here!

  • Skyfall

    Allah’u Akbar, baby!

  • Jill

    .(S)he thinks if you see some good in something (Rand’s view of capitalism, for example), then you must worship everything that person says and does, and in fact, worship the person. (I like Volkswagon cars but I don’t worship Adolf or Ferdinand).

    S-he-it – at least you’re consistent. That’s how you treat Jesus.

  • True Blue

    “Or are you arguing that nobody should be forced to live moral lives according to God’s laws?”

    A.) You cannot ‘force’ morality on anyone, it either comes from within, or you are in the immoral position of using FORCE to make someone conform to Your ideals. Statist.
    Also, muslims consider it moral to stone women to death, according to ‘gods laws’. Should we force you to conform to their morality? Would that be moral? How about the English woman being held in a Saudi prison for the ‘crime’ of being raped? I suppose a statist sewer curd like you considers that moral?
    How about someone who objects to funding alcohol and drug dependency? Should they be ‘morally’ forced to fund such a lifestyle?

    Or how about this: I worked very hard for many many years, hair freezing, frostbitten, suffering in heat, rain, snow and ice; while One THIRD of every day’s work went to the government so they could redistribute MY hard earned money to welfare moochers who sat in their warm section 8 homes, playing X-Box and eating well all day.
    So, why don’t you tell me why it is ‘fair’ to make me a slave for one third of every day? Tell me why you think it is ‘fair’ for my earnings to be redistributed, while my work was not? Why don’t you tell my wife why it is ‘fair’ for her to have lived many many days on Top Ramen while someone sitting on their lazy ass gets the goodies I WORKED FOR? Explain your definition of FAIRNESS please, beacuse it isn’t Webster’s…

  • Skyfall

    “Jill”, you are a really ugly person. Jesus Christ is Lord. The only person who would say what you just did is someone who works for The Accuser of the brethren. “You aren’t perfect, you don’t live up to the law!”

    Uh huh.

    Thank God that He gives us the gift of salvation freely. I’m personally working on the forgiveness part (on my end). People like you test a person’s mettle. So far it’s not going so well…but I’ll keep trying. With God, all things are possible.

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