Inauguration Poster Likens Obama to Jesus

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    By Todd Starnes
    January 20, 2013


    Street vendors and souvenir stores across Washington, D.C. are selling posters depicting President Obama as Jesus Christ — and one national news publication called him the “Second Coming.”

    The poster, which does not have the official endorsement of the White House, features an image of the president in prayer with the headline, “Prophecy Fulfilled.”
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    “Barak is of Hebrew origin and its meaning is ‘flash of lightning,” the poster notes, referencing a passage in in the Old Testament book of Judges.

    Hussein, they allege, is a Biblical word meaning “good and handsome.”

    “So you see, Barak was destined to be a good and handsome man that would rise like a flash of lightning to win victory in a battle against overwhelming odds,” the poster read.

    This week’s cover of Newsweek depicts President Obama as the “Second Coming” – a biblical reference to the return of Christ.
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    It’s not the first time that Obama has been deified by his supporters.

    Actor Jamie Foxx called President Obama “our Lord and Savior” during a recent television appearance.

    “It’s like church over here,” Foxx told the audience. “First of all, give an honor to God and our Lord and Savior Barack Obama.”

    “Barack Obama,” he shouted as the audience cheered.

    Florida A&M professor Barbara Thompson published a book titled “The Gospel According to Apostle Barack.” The book likens Obama to Jesus Christ and Martin Luther King, Jr.



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