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August 30, 2010

What President Obama is Not

Filed under: Writing — William D. Simpson @ 2:18 AM

During his much publicized march to the Oval Office, President Barack Obama claimed to be a Christian. Rick Warren and the ignorant evangelical lobby embraced this new charismatic hopeful with open arms. But at the very same time, on national television, Mr. Obama made the statement that it is his opinion that what’s written in the Bible is obscure and irrelevant for today.

The tactics worked. He wanted the support of the religious right, and got it, while at the same time being sympathetic to special interest lobby groups. Like so much of his voting record (PRESENT), he continues to avoid taking a hard stand on any issue considered to be divisive. His promise to fundamentally transform America is fastly proving to be accurate. Towards socialism.

President Obama’s speech to the Congressional Hispanic Caucus on September 15, 2010, is evidence of just how anti-Christian he really is. It pained me to listen to his speech for twenty-three minutes before the statement was made in reference to the Declaration of Independence.
Any person who has ever studied America’s true history, unmolested by academia and the judiciary, knows that our founding fathers were greatly influenced by Judeo-Christian values. The evidence is undebatable. Thomas Jefferson, penned his moral values clearly and distinctly.
We hold these truths to be self-evident: that all men are created equal; that they are endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights; that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.

This statement has become, throughout American history, the moral standard by which many citizens of the United States have strived to uphold.

An ideal not shared by Mr. Obama. In his speech, he quoted this famous historical statement in its entirety, minus a few very important words, “That they are endowed by their Creator” to the applause of the predominately Hispanic audience. Every time President Obama opens his mouth, the evidence of his world-view incriminates many statements he has previously made.

I question his sincerity of the faith he proclaims. Either you believe the Bible is the inspired Word of God or you do not. If you really think about the context which he was referring to, that Scripture is irrelevant, his comment is the epitome of ignorance. The passage of scripture he referred to in Romans 1, is a very real and definitive description of what the American culture has become. “Dazed and Confused”. And this man is heralded by the advocates of change to be the one who knows what is best for you and me. That’s a scary thought.

What the American people haven’t taken the time to do, then or even now, is find out what this man really stands for. Based upon my research and to the best of my understanding, Mr. Obama adheres to ideals much like that of the Fabian Communitarian socialist agenda. Founded in 1884, individuals who adhere to Fabian doctrine plan to implement world socialism incrementally through legislation. They believe individualism has no relevance, and private ownership of business and lands should be relinquished for the good of the state and the welfare of other people.
We all remember the now famous “Joe the Plumber” question and what Mr. Obama’s response was. He wants to spread the wealth around. If he is the man you have based your hope of change upon, you are exactly what the ruling class has created. A people unaware of the reality that awaits.

President Obama is not, nor has he ever been a true Christian. Is he a Muslim? We will probably never really know. I honestly don’t think Mr. Obama knows who he truly is. His grooming for the placement in the Oval Office by those who were his mentors, have clouded his reason and this is evidenced by the utter chaos of his and his administrations actions.

The real purpose for Mr. Obama’s placement in the Oval Office by those who are truly in power is being witnessed by the great influx of governmental control over the financial and business industries, and the promotion of every ideal that opposes what the true Christian world-view stands for. Through the control of money through credit and lending, the government will eventually control the people.
With leaders like these making decisions affecting every person’s life, it’s very clear why America’s foundation has been ruptured. Truth has been banished from the scales of justice only to allow lies for the intent of deceiving the masses. There has been so much neglect and abuse to the needs of humanity that God’s judgment is to allow His people to be led by men and women with no moral ethics. I believe God has given the American people not only what we want, but also what we deserve.

The Bible commands the Christian to pray for those in authority, and my prayer for Mr. Obama is to come to the saving knowledge of Jesus Christ. His stand alone on politics proves he has no knowledge of the life transforming power of the Gospel.

And to those of you who were, and are, the proponents of his hope and change platform, the fools you were played to be…

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8 Comments »

  1. I just read your article…yawn.
    I notice that all of a sudden everyone has a strong Christian conviction to warn about deceptive, evil rulers, and “expert ambassadors” of Christ were absent when Bush claimed Christianity and attacked a country which did not attack us, took a surplus and turned it into a deficit which benefited the richest members of our society.

    “President Obama is not, nor has he ever been a true Christian.”…As opposed to say…President Bush? I recall Jesus saying “Either make the tree good and its fruit good, or make the tree bad and its fruit bad; for the tree is known by its fruit.” If you really are standing for Jesus and not for a party, tell me then aside from political affiliation, how are they different.

    Remember the story of the Good Samaritan? Funny how it was the SAMARITAN, not the Jewish religious types who was the neighbor by his actions? Food for thought…

    Please do not mask your political and selfish financial motivations as a masquerade of “Defending Christianity”. Jesus already gave the standard for measuring, which NEITHER PRESIDENT passes…give me break.

    Comment by Paul — August 30, 2010 @ 4:30 AM | Reply

    • I read and reread this note by Bill and nowhere does he defend Bush! You were sleeping a little too long when you read the message and yawned. Bush may not be much better, but I would rather have the problems facing us while Bush was still in office (whom I am not impressed with) than this puppet we have now!!
      If you truly know your bible, than you would know it is our COMMAND from God to spread the news of Jesus Christ to the unbelievers, then defend the faith after you proclaim it!! People will watch what you do and say and determine from your actions if you are a christian or not. I would say the actions from this president and many in his group show the American people all too well what kind of a man he is. He lets us know, as you do, on what you think of the Word of God and His message to the world.
      It is much easier to sit in your unbelief and continue to live your life of sin, than to take a stand for your creator!! He will have the final say in your life as well as mine, and I would be careful to whom I defend!

      Comment by Jan — August 31, 2010 @ 10:15 AM | Reply

  2. Where in the Constitution does it require that a President has to be a Christian? So what if he’s not a Christian? He has led a life that is morally ethical than most people who profess to be Christians. I am a Christian myself but I don’t believe in everything that the Bible says. The Bible is a book of fiction, mostly based on ancient myths. Get off your high horse, you hypocrite!

    Comment by mcmgrant — September 3, 2010 @ 6:02 PM | Reply

    • If you were a Christian, there would be no disbelief of what Scripture teaches and commands. Gods Spirit would show you truth and you would then willingly submit your life to His leading. By you own mouth, you have said the Bible is not evidential in its revelation of God, therefore saying that you are a Christian is evidence of your hypocricy. On that great day of judgment, you had better have come to know what being a Christian reallly is. Get over your stupidity!

      Comment by William D. Simpson — September 3, 2010 @ 6:26 PM | Reply

      • A christian mcmgrant? You are a perfect example of why the world is in the mess it is in. It seems anyone these days can say they are a christian and not believe the INSPIRED Word of God! Well, the word christian appears to have taken on a new meaning in these last days. It means NOTHING, and you are part of the reason it no longer has meaning, BUT God is still on the throne and His Words will last for ever and ever, and His judgements are swift and sure, so we better be careful when we claim to be a christian, or call HIS Words fiction!! God KNOWS His people, so the word christian means nothing to Him!

        Comment by Jan — September 4, 2010 @ 7:32 AM

  3. Big difference in being a “christian” and a Believer.

    You have to have GOD’S Holy Spirit in you baring witness together with your spirit and that seals your salvation. The Holy Spirit will lead, guide, and teach you ALL Truth.

    GOD will not be mocked.

    We are either for GOD or against GOD simple as that, no shifting ground.

    Comment by Larry Owens — October 3, 2010 @ 7:40 AM | Reply

  4. “We hold these truths to be self-evident: that all men are created equal; that they are endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights; that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.”

    Nowhere in that statement is there a reference made to christianity; not only that, there is no direct reference to any god.

    It is widely known that Jefferson was NOT a practicing christian in the manner in which he is currently portrayed.
    _____
    To wit:

    Where the preamble declares, that coercion is a departure from the plan of the holy author of our religion, an amendment was proposed by inserting “Jesus Christ,” so that it would read “A departure from the plan of Jesus Christ, the holy author of our religion;” the insertion was rejected by the great majority, in proof that they meant to comprehend, within the mantle of its protection, the Jew and the Gentile, the Christian and Mohammedan, the Hindoo and Infidel of every denomination.

    -Thomas Jefferson, Autobiography, in reference to the Virginia Act for Religious Freedom

    I concur with you strictly in your opinion of the comparative merits of atheism and demonism, and really see nothing but the latter in the being worshipped by many who think themselves Christians.

    -Thomas Jefferson, letter to Richard Price, Jan. 8, 1789 (Richard Price had written to TJ on Oct. 26. about the harm done by religion and wrote “Would not Society be better without Such religions? Is Atheism less pernicious than Demonism?”)

    Christianity neither is, nor ever was a part of the common law.

    -Thomas Jefferson, letter to Dr. Thomas Cooper, February 10, 1814
    _____

    Mr. Simpson, please, spare me this rhetoric. Certainly this yarn you threw together in order to incite the masses to clear thinking reveals nothing more than the fact that if of anyone, I should be wary of your morals and values.

    Give it a rest, why don’t you?

    Comment by Byron — October 8, 2010 @ 6:18 PM | Reply

    • Byron, WOW! Delusion has its drip on you… Oh, dont you be too concerned, I am going to stay in the face of your false ideology. You have need of common sense, and the true knowledge of Creations GOD, Jesus Christ.

      Wake up to reality, why dont you?

      Comment by William D. Simpson — December 4, 2010 @ 4:01 AM | Reply


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