Obama's Quote

You know…. I like Obama.  There I said it.  A southern Christian, (bible belt even) that likes Obama. If I could vote, I probably would have voted for him (convict –>me), but the very reason I would have voted for him is bothering me now.  He seemed to propose parts of the sermon on the mount that the other guy did not. He said that we should care about each other and help one another.   This quote today really aggravated me:

“To the people of Haiti, we say clearly and with conviction:  You will not be forsaken.  You will not be forgotten.  In this, your hour of greatest need, America stands with you.  The world stands with you,” he said. Source

That’s God’s language.  You will not be forsaken nor forgotten. Why is he mimicking God’s language?  Then he inserts America and the World in God’s place. Sneaky deception.  If he was going to use God’s language, you would think he would mention Him.


  1. When was the last time God stood in front of the News media during a crisis? It’s been a while. I don’t think Obama is being ‘sneaky’ at all; I think he’s doing exactly what the leader of the largest nation in the free world is supposed to do: extend a hand to the hurting, and tell them that we’re coming to help.

    A lot of other countries aren’t doing anything to help Haiti, and a lot of people thought the USA would not do much, since we’re tied up in Iraq and Afghanistan right now.

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