Obama: Lucifer Is My Homeboy

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    Welcome to AnnCoulter.com

    It's another election season, so that means it's time for Democrats to start uttering wild malapropisms about the Bible to pretend they believe in God!

    In 2000, we had Al Gore inverting a Christian parable into something nearly satanic. Defending his nutty ideas about the Earth during one of the debates, Gore said: "In my faith tradition, it's written in the book of Matthew, where your heart is, there is your treasure also." And that, he said, is why we should treasure the environment.

    First of all, people who say "faith tradition" instead of "religion" are always phony-baloney, "Christmas and Easter"-type believers.

    Second, Jesus was making almost the exact opposite point, saying: "Do not store up for yourselves treasures on Earth," where there are moths, rust and thieves, but in heaven, because, Jesus said, "where your treasure is, there your heart will be also."

    I guess that's the kind of mix-up that can happen when your theological adviser is Naomi Wolf.

    Then in 2004, Democratic presidential candidate and future Trivial Pursuit answer Howard Dean told an interviewer that his favorite part of the New Testament was the Book of Job. The reporter should have asked him if that was his favorite book in all three testaments.

    And now in 2008, we have Democrats attacking Sarah Palin for being a Christian, while comparing Obama to Jesus Christ. (And not in the sarcastic way the rest of us do.)

    Liberals have indignantly claimed that Palin thinks the founding fathers wrote the Pledge of Allegiance, which is Olbmermannic in the sense that (a) if it were true, it's trivial, and (b) it's not true.

    Their claim is based on a questionnaire Palin filled out when she was running for governor of Alaska in 2006, which asked the candidates if they were "offended by the phrase 'under God' in the Pledge of Allegiance." Palin answered: "Not on your life. If it was good enough for the founding fathers, it's good enough for me, and I'll fight in defense of our Pledge of Allegiance."

    As anyone can see, Palin was not suggesting that the founding fathers "wrote" the Pledge of Allegiance: She said the founding fathers believed this was a country "under God." Which, um, it is.

    For the benefit of MSNBC viewers who aren't watching it as a joke, the whole point of the Declaration of Independence was to lay out the founders' breathtaking new argument that rights came not from the king, but from God or, as the Declaration said, "Nature's God," the "Creator."

    That summer, in 1776, Gen. George Washington -- a charter member of the founding fathers -- rallied his troops, saying: "The time is now near at hand which must probably determine whether Americans are to be freemen or slaves. ... The fate of unborn millions will now depend, under God, on the courage and conduct of the army."

    So Washington not only used the phrase "under God," but gave us one of the earliest known references to the rights of the "unborn." That's right! George Washington was a "pro-life extremist," just like Sarah Palin.

    There is no disputing that a nation "under God" was "good enough" for the founding fathers, exactly as Palin said.

    Meanwhile, on the House floor last week, Democratic Rep. Steve Cohen of Tennessee compared Palin to Pontius Pilate -- and Obama to Jesus. Cohen said: "Barack Obama was a community organizer like Jesus, who our minister prayed about. Pontius Pilate was a governor." Yes, who can forget the Biblical account of how Jesus got the homeless Samaritan to register as a Democrat in exchange for a carton of smokes!

    Rep. Cohen would be well-advised to stay away from New Testament references.

    As anyone familiar with the New Testament can confirm for him, there are no parables about Jesus passing out cigarettes for votes, lobbying the Romans for less restrictive workfare rules or filing for grants under the Community Redevelopment Act. No time for soul-saving now! First, we lobby Fannie Mae to ease off those lending standards and demand a windfall profits tax on the money-changers in the temple.

    David Freddoso's magnificent new book, The Case Against Barack Obama describes the forefather to "community organizers" like Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton -- the famed Saul Alinsky.

    Alinsky is sort of the George Washington of "community organizers." If there were an America-hater's Mount Rushmore, Saul Alinsky would be on it. He tried to hire Hillary to work for him right out of Wellesley. A generation later, those who had trained with Alinsky did hire Obama as a community organizer.

    In Freddoso's book, he quotes from the dedication in the first edition of Alinsky's seminal book, "Rules for Radicals," where Alinsky wrote:

    "Lest we forget at least an over-the-shoulder acknowledgment to the very first radical: From all our legends, mythology and history (and who is to know where mythology leaves off and history begins -- or which is which), the first radical known to man who rebelled against the establishment and did it so effectively that he at least won his own kingdom -- Lucifer."

    I suppose it could have been worse. He could have dedicated his book to George Soros.

    Even liberals eventually figured out that they shouldn't be praising Satan in public, so the Lucifer-as-inspiration paragraph was cut from later editions of Alinsky's book. (But on the bright side, MSNBC adopted as its motto: "Who is to know where mythology leaves off and history begins -- or which is which.")

    That's exactly what happens to most Democratic ideas -- as soon as they are said out loud, normal people react with revulsion, so Democrats learn to pretend they never said them: I was NOT comparing Palin to a pig! I did not play the race card! I did not say I would meet with Ahmadinejad without preconditions!

    Sarah Palin might be just the lucky break the Democrats need. As a staunch pro-lifer, Palin could give Democrats an excuse to steer away from topics they know nothing about, like the Bible, and onto a subject they know chapter and verse, like abortion.

    LMAO!!!!!! :clap2::clap2::clap2::clap2::clap2::clap2:
     
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    Ya gotta consider the source....

    Ann Coulter is good for nothing other than gang-bangs, laughter (at her views) and hot air.

    But.....in order to do the first, ya gotta be drunk and desperate.
     
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    For Ann Coulter to talk about the Bible and denigrate Dems religion, is like a hooker talking about religions and knocking the virtue of nuns.:badgrin:

    She is a hate monger who found the right approach to make money off a right wing hate group.:evil:

    She is the reason it's has to get dark when you drink a lot a night and take someone like her home.:badgrin:
     
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    Who in their right mind actually listens to Adam Apple Coulter anyway? Do you know anyone in your real life that does?
     
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    Dunno who listens to her.. I personally can't stand her at all... her style and approach to what SHE calls conservatism, gives conservatives a bad name

    I take her word on the right about as seriously as I would Rhodes or Franken on the left
     
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    You are truly a supreme retard.

    She wasn't attacking anyone's religion. She was attacking Obama for MISREPRESENTING the words of Christ for political reasons. And she was right. Jesus wasn't talking about the ENVIRONMENT in Matthew. That's just idiotic, and sacreligious as well.
     
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    Really? Then explain to me why it says in the Bible that we are supposed to be stewards and caretakers of the earth?

    Speaking of someone misrepresenting the words of Yeshua (Jesus) in their speeches for political reasons? Sarah "Barracuda" Palin is doing a supreme job of that.
     
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    Well there you go.
     
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    We are to be wise strewards of all we are blessed with and caretakers of all that is placed within our care. We are also to USE the things in the earth that we are provided with and hold dominion over it.

    What God is truly concerned with is people. It makes no sense that God would place us upon an earth that we could destroy with our own activies. Especially those activities that are essential to life, using the resources He has provided. Funny that there's all this oil, coal, and natural gas in the ground that is right handy for making energy!

    Yes, we should be careful. Yes, we should clean up after ourselves. Yes, we should be efficient and try to come up with better ways. Wisdom demands these things. However, God wants us to prosper, according to His will, and provides the means for such. Besides, it also says in the bible that God Himself destroys the earth in the end. We can't do it, we won't do it, so stop fearing it and stop making it a holy crusade with twisted words of Truth which are lies!
     
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    Please tell me you're kidding... G-d wouldn't give us anything we could destroy ourselves???

    That could be one of the most absurd things I've ever heard in my life. No free will?? No ramifications for our behavior??? Only G-d can destroy the world???

    OMG!!
     

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