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I think Obama's actions should speak louder than his words.

Would a Christian lay his hand on the bible or the koran?

would a real american by heart refuse to pledge allegiance to our flag and our country?

His actions tell me he is not for America and is not a christian.

A vote for obama is a vote for islam is a vote against the United States.

BlessedinHim, Rapture Ready 82 Comments [1/30/2008 11:36:40 PM]
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cyborgtroy

A vote for Islam is a vote for a different religion which is totally acceptable in the United States.

1/28/2008 7:08:40 PM

Mudflappus

Ah the sordid cesspool of religous ignorance where politics and religion mingle freely. "Rapture Ready"
brand stupidity! It's not just for Conservative Christian fundementalists anymore!

1/28/2008 7:09:15 PM

Jezebel's Evil Sister

Real actions speak a lot louder than Blessinhim's false statements, too.

1/28/2008 7:10:44 PM

solomongrundy

I wonder why BlessedinHim feels he doesn't have to follow the ninth commandment?

1/28/2008 7:13:47 PM

anti-nonsense

Lying makes Baby Jesus cry.

1/28/2008 7:24:02 PM

Nic

When did Obama do either of these things? Did I miss something? Cause I think a politician refusing to pledge allegiance would create a pretty big shitstorm, and I haven't heard anything about this.

Lying for Jesus, maybe?

1/28/2008 7:28:15 PM

HeathenAngel

Snopes is your friend, you idiot. None of the claims you made about Obama are true. So.. you can either stop listening to your pastor (read as "the one lying TO you") or you can shut the hell up because you haven't the slightest damn clue what you are talking about.

1/28/2008 7:32:25 PM

big baby jesus

if actions speak louder than words, god is a dick

1/28/2008 7:32:36 PM

Kristy

"Would a Christian lay his hand on the bible or the koran? would a real american by heart refuse to pledge allegiance to our flag and our country?"

Honey, before you believe every e-mail that comes in, plese visit snopes.com.

1/28/2008 7:32:45 PM

aqualung

bearing false witness, blah blah blah. Asshat.

1/28/2008 7:36:35 PM

Garfield

Obama, Obama - where have I heard that name before - OH MY GOSH! HUSSEIN OBAMA!!!!!!!! THE MUSLIM WHO WANTS TO TAKE OVER THE USA!

1/28/2008 7:38:29 PM

Reverend Davidius

1 - look at his past actions, dumbass

2 - i don't see why not, they're both books

3 - i do, until bush is gone

4 - he seems very pro america to me, or would you rather have a police state?

5 - i suppose, the only difference between islam and xtianity is where the lies originated after they split

1/28/2008 7:39:21 PM

MiykaelPoly

seems like something blessed is in him...

1/28/2008 7:43:31 PM

Caustic Gnostic

From whose stinking sphincter were these nuggets pulled?

1/28/2008 7:46:57 PM

Brain_In_A_Jar

would a real american by heart refuse to pledge allegiance to our flag and our country?

Pledging unconditional, all-encompassing allegiance to any entity, good or bad, is a short-sighted and dangerous thing to do - it's one of the reasons why many absolute heads of state have been able to totally fuck-up their entire nations over the years. Furthermore, it enables exactly the sort of imperial arrogance as Americans ultimately rejected in the Revolutionary War. Despite implicitly rejecting dictators by referring to the state as a republic, requiring all Americans to take the pledge of allegiance is still risky - it makes the dangerous assumption that the state of America, just because it is America, will always make the optimal decision and should therefore be supported - even most Americans will admit that their government, while better than most, is by no means perfect and does make mistakes.

Personally, I'm loath to take any pledge of support, for anything, that doesn't have a clause resembling "unless they do, or tell me to do, something bloody stupid." in it.

1/28/2008 7:58:18 PM

approximate

Why don't you just come out and say what you're really thinking, you racist piece of shit?

"A vote for a [insert racial epithet here] is a vote against our White, Christian, United States."


1/28/2008 8:04:38 PM

big baby jesus

a pledge is nothing but a string of words you fucking subsapient twit.

actions DO speak louder than words, which is why everybody with an ounce of sense can see you fucking wingnuts are evil

1/28/2008 8:18:21 PM

Mister Spak

I think Blessedinhim's stupidity speaks louder than his words.

1/28/2008 8:19:25 PM

Papabear

"would a real american by heart refuse to pledge allegiance to our flag and our country?"

Yes. Yes, I would... and do.


"A vote for obama is a vote for islam is a vote against the United States."

If you don't like him, you do have to vote for him, but don't make up stupid crap like this.

1/28/2008 8:40:40 PM

John

When did Obama choose to lay his hand on a Koran instead of the Bible? When did Obama refuse to recite the Pledge of Allegiance?

1/28/2008 8:44:01 PM

bunbuns

For crying out loud! it was Keith Ellison that put his hand on the Koran. I know they're both dark, dipshit, but sheesh, THEY ARE different fucking people! Fucking morons!

1/28/2008 8:56:01 PM

Nny

Obama can't be any worse than Bush.

1/28/2008 8:58:52 PM

Nirjuana

Non-Christian=Islam? Me think not!

1/28/2008 9:05:45 PM

Osiris

Noticed how they go after Barack Obama more then any other democrat? Trying to keep those uppity black keep in their place eh?

1/28/2008 9:11:52 PM



"I think Obama's actions should speak louder than his words."

Me too.

"Would a Christian lay his hand on the bible or the koran?"

Oh, I expect a Christian would use a bible, like this...


"Would a real American by heart refuse to pledge allegiance to our flag and our country?"

Well, I guess some might, but most would eagerly say the pledge with their right hands over their hearts, like this...



Of course, actions don't always speak louder than words, BiH. In your case both are equally voluable that you're a lying, muckracking sleazebag.

1/28/2008 9:28:11 PM
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