Monday, December 28, 2009

This Proves He Is A Muslim

The Obamas didn't go to church on Christmas. Stop the presses. No, actually, who cares? Since when did A)being a Christian and B)going to church become a requirement for being president? We have far more serious issues to concern ourselves with than whether or not our president goes to church. Of course I'm speaking as an Agnostic, so take that for what it's worth. Anyway, Democrats trying to shove as much crap down our throats before the 2010 election is something to concern ourselves with. A radical Islamic terrorist being able to sneak a chemical bomb onto a plane and try to use it to blow up said plane only to have the detonator malfunction. That is something to worry about. I know the majority of my readers lean more towards the Christian belief, and may not agree with me in some of my statements here, but I just don't care whether or not our president and his family attend church on Christmas. I'm sorry.

3 comments:

Jeremiah said...

Only by God's grace did that bomb malfunction. And the people on that plane can be thankful.

I do not trust Mr. Obama, he could be working through these terrorists to set these types of things up.

As far as his church attendance, he has really never attended church, but instead, hate groups, like the "Reverend" Wright's hate-group. It was not "Church" by any means.

What is the Church? Most usually we associate Church with going into a tabernacle or building where we worship together and fellowship. Not really fellowshipping with the Church when the people and teachings of that Church are inconsistent with the Gospel message that Christ taught. So, what do we mean when we say the "Church"? The Church is the people, not the sanctuary made with hands, the Church is the people and made up into one body of Saints called the Bride of Christ, of which Christ is the head. The Church is all those who have asked Jesus Christ into their heart and life, turning away from sin, and now serve Him with all their being.

R said...

"I do not trust Mr. Obama, he could be working through these terrorists to set these types of things up."

lol!
while terrorism isn't a laughing matter, that suggestion is ...that is a massive (retarded) stretch, the prez didn't go to church then it's worth suspecting that he might be facilitating terrorist attacks?
Is respect for freedom of religious choice too much to ask for? ...such outrageously ridiculous opinions only serve to make america look like a religious fundamentalist nation of the Christian variety.
It speaks volumes about attitudes that something as minor as not attending Christmas mass yields extreme paranoia and absurd claims.
I agree with Chris on this, what does it matter that Obama didn't go to church on Christmas? I actually have more respect for someone who doesn't go to church because it doesn't fit their belief as opposed to someone who compromises their beliefs by going at Christmas and Easter because it is expected of them.

To me Jeremiah's absurd claim sounds more like someone using any excuse to get stuck into Obama, as surely no one is stupid enough to believe that no going to Christmas mass is a serious indicator of a terrorist!

Jeremiah said...

R,

Many would say that America is "not" a Christian nation, but a quick review of the facts would prove otherwise. Of course, in our secular society today, the message, well, the truth, actually, gets buried in all the atheist nonsense. It should be noted, however, that most of the Founders views were influenced by the Christian faith, and they incorporated those views into every facet of every institution-family life, school, work, law, and government. I won't waste time quoting our Founders, as I fear that it would ultimately be a waste of time, and I surely don't want to waste precious time where it would do no good. But we do need to take heed to their ways and means.

As far as my views concerning Mr. Obama, they are just my opinions, and solely mine. All are different in that respect. I assume, and do correct me if I'm wrong, but we do still have that right in this country, correct? So, yeah, my opinions, you just have to take them with a grain of salt. Nothing more, nothing less. I am a firm believer though that he is a fascist at heart, surrounding himself with so many avowed communists and such, with those in his administration holding views such as Mao Tse Tung and other very evil minds such as Saul Alinsky, who wrote "Rules for Radicals".

And lastly, regarding getting "stuck," you might need to come out and wash up a bit. Just a bit of worthy advice. No added insult to injury there! Lol.

Thanks for your time.

Take care!