Obama is Not a Muslim

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The nonsense about President Obama being a Muslim has got to stop. I rise to defend him from this absurd accusation by pointing out that he is obviously an atheist.

Leave aside Obama’s fanatical opposition to allowing Illinois hospitals to save the lives of babies with God-given souls inadvertently born alive during abortions. Also leave aside the fact that neither of his parents were Christians. And leave aside his current crop of “spiritual advisers,” which is a collection of Mother Earth worshippers, polytheists and other nonbelievers.

Now rest from all that “leaving aside.”

The only evidence for Obama’s Christianity is that he faithfully attended the Rev. Jeremiah Wright’s Trinity United Church of Christ for 20 years.

Yes, the guy bellowing “God damn America!” is the one vouching for Obama’s Christianity. That’s like saying you got sober with the help of your A.A. sponsor Lindsay Lohan.

It is a fact that any non-retarded person (thank you, Rahm Emanuel!) sitting in the Rev. Wright’s church for 20 minutes, much less 20 years, does not believe in God. Even stepping inside Wright’s church for a moment to get out of the rain is borderline racist.

Going to Trinity United Church of Christ is even stronger evidence of nonbelief than Bill Clinton returning from Sunday services to receive oral sex from Monica Lewinsky. This isn’t mere sin — everybody sins (though some with more frequency and less remorse than others).

Attending Wright’s church is the conscious, calculated decision to immerse yourself in hate-filled demagoguery and call it “Christianity.”

But according to North Korean TV’s Chris Matthews, it is a provable, scientific fact that Obama is a Christian because he says so. “Everybody watching right now,” Matthews said to his several viewers last week, “gets credit for being of the religion you say you are. … We accept that in America. It’s called freedom of religion and respect for religion.”

That would make professions of religious belief, unlike all other self-professions, unchallengeable. Liberals say conservatives don’t believe in civil rights. I say liberals are godless traitors. Why is one statement debatable and the other not?

Doesn’t anyone question the Christianity of Jim and Tammy Faye Bakker? How about the Satanists claiming to be Christians who stand outside soldiers’ funerals with signs that say “God Hates Fags”?

And, for the record, the allegedly inviolate assertion of one’s own religious belief wasn’t so inviolate when it came to Ronald Reagan.

Tip O’Neill used to question President Reagan’s Christianity all the time, taunting the president for not attending church regularly. Matthews might remember that: He was working for O’Neill at the time.

In fact, parading to church in front of the TV cameras carrying a 10-pound Bible — like a certain serial adulterer, impeached president I could name — is strongly discouraged by the creator of the universe. (“Beware of practicing your righteousness before men to be noticed by them; otherwise you have no reward with your Father who is in heaven.” Matthew 6.1)

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  • waterwillows

    Personally, I have to wonder if being an atheist is not pretty good cover for a muslim who has reason, to practice deception?
    I suppose if it helps somehow to further Islam then it would be acceptable. Not all churches are Christian.

    • Jaafar_1946

      He's not a Muslim, waterwillows. He's an atheist Marxist. If you take a good look at atheist Marxists, you'll find them in an odd alliance with Muslim extremists, as described in David Horowitz's book, "Unholy Alliance."

      • trickyblain

        You people don't kow anything. He's not an atheist Marxist. He's actually an alien from the planet Quaxezoba who has been sent here to destroy anything conservatives consider "good."

        And you'll find an odd alliance between Quaxezobians and the People of the River. The is all detailed in Horowitz's upcoming book 'Unholy Alliance II: People Really Read this Horsesh^t?"

        • Jaafar_1946

          This is your idea of political discussion?

          Are you honestly unaware of the alliance between the radical left and radical Islam? Have you never heard of Medea Benjamin and Code Pink? Who in America sings the praises of Hamas? (Hint: not conservatives.)

          You should be ashamed of yourself.

          • trickyblain

            My idea of political discussion involves politics. It involves having some semblance of what the term "Marxism" actually means. It involves looking at empircal data and debating the merits of policies and proposed legislation. Real world type stuff.

            So I don't come to right-wing websites that cater to fear, innuendo, propaganda and rumors for political discussion. I come here to laugh a little bit, and hope those who buy into Horowitzian delusions stay as fringe as they are today.

            You're looking for political discussion on an Ann Couther thread? Seriously?

            The KKK, in the 1960's complained of the "tyranny" of the federal gov't. Now we see their brethren doing the same — for reaons that make far less sense. The KKK considered Civil Rights a "Marxist" agenda. As wrong as they were, at least they had a substantial and real policy to attack. Today, Obama is a tyrant and a Marxist because he is a) a Muslim b) an atheist c) black d) a foreign-born agent e)Marxist. In truth, looking at real policies, he's not all that differnt form his predecessors.

          • Jaafar_1946

            So you come here just to throw insults and retreat.

            What makes you imagine that I don't have a more complete knowledge of Marxism than you do, you cretin?

            You don't even seem to know that the KKK were Democrats.

          • trickyblain

            Who's retreating?

            Quite simply because you call Obama a Marxist. This alone shows that you don't have a clue as to how Marxists take power, how they go about changing their societies, and the stated desirable results.

            Of course the KKK were Democrats (more accurately coined "Dixiecrats"). They were also very conservative. They rapidly changed parties after 1964, when Johnson used federal power to enforce Civil Rights. How about today's white nationalism groups? What party do they adhere to? The terms "Democrat" and "Republican" are meaningless in terms of historical ideology.

          • Jaafar_1946

            OK, I don't have a clue. But I know enough to go to sleep after listening to a bunch of croft from idiots like you.

            You keep hitting that Marxism button. You are, in fact, a Marxist. That makes you a collaborator in the murder of a hundred million people.

            But you want to go on nattering about Republicans and Democrats and Dixiecrats.

          • trickyblain

            lol, ok Jaafar.

            You asked me questions, I gave you answers. Are you seriously denying a difference b/t progressive nothern 1960s Dems and their southern counterparts?

            It's nice to know that I, as a Marxist, work on behalf of private business interest for one of the largest and most effective firms in the country. I'm just full of contradictions!

          • intrcptr

            Ok, you're not far off by saying that he's not so different from his predecessors. But you do realize that that is no argument against his Marxism/Islamism/Atheism, yes?

            Of course it also does beg the question just how many of his predecessors were Marxists; say perhaps FDR, or his nephew.

            Obama is not what he says he is, whatever that seems to be. But from a Muslim perspective, he is one of them; he was born to a Muslim father, and he recited the Sh'ada. Both of those alone make him theirs, by their own criteria.
            His claim to Christianity opens him up to judgment of that claim; by their fruits ye shall know them. He fails, by virtually every biblical measure, as a follower of Christ.

            As to his policies, yes, in many ways they are indistinguishable from other Presidents. But I would argue that on balance, they are radically divergent from past policies, and radically destructive of many things that a great many people in this country still think worth hanging onto.

            And as a last point, Marxism is dead (Most likely, looking in the rear-view mirror, still-born); it is a relic of an economic system that no longer exists, predicated on a false conception of human history.
            Nice try though…

          • trickyblain

            PS – if I were a hack like Horowitz, it would much easier to draw parallels between the religious hard-right and Islamic fundamentalism. They both share disdain of American culture, they hate homsexuals, they oppose gay marriage. They both believe they have received ultimate truth.
            Medea Benjamin and Code Pink do not have any impact on the decisions Obama or the Dem Congress make. They are not mainstream leftys by any stretch. The religious right have an enormous impact on the Republican party.
            But of course, it would be silly to say there is an ideological “alliance” there. Horowitz does this on the other side of the coin, and people find it plausible, even credible. Political discussion with these types is futile – the other side is already “evil” and your side is already “righteous” because you agree with one another about crazy, silly theories and ideas.

          • Jaafar_1946

            If you were a "hack like Horowitz," you would be able to write clear, concise English, and not wind up foaming at the mouth at "crazy, silly theories and ideas" — such as our right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. Or the view of some that no human being should be treated as simply a means, but that all people should be treated as ends in themselves. Or the idea that the government of the United States of America derives its ONLY authority from the Constitution, and that any government dedicated to overthrowing the Constitution should cause a revolution, and be taken out and shot.

            You should actually READ David Horowitz. You seem to be excessively ignorant about a lot of things, but I am not quite sure that your myelin sheaths have completely grown in.

          • trickyblain

            Horowitz sent me the Unholy Alliance book and I did read it. If I want six degrees of separation links to obscure individuals, I'll google Kevin Bacon jokes.

            And of course Obama and other mainstream liberals oppose the idea of life liberty and the pursuit of happiness. We prefer death, tyranny and the pursuit of despair. It's that type of retarded tripe that makes for augment on these silly propaganda sites.

            The Constitution is indeed the source of US law. Obama taught constitutional law, and you call him a Marxist. Liberals note that forbidding the place of worship is unconstitutional. Some note that two undeclared wars is unconstitutional. Some note that spying and wiretapping American citizens is unconstitutional. So spare me talk of others destroying the Constitution, when you don't even provide one specific policy on the part of the Adminstration as an example of such desire.

          • intrcptr

            Yeah, and Marx was a member of the bourgeois, and you consider him the champion of the proles; so how is it you can "work on behalf of private business interest for one of the largest and most effective firms in the country", as a Marxist, but Obama's having studied Constitutional law (And that badly, it seems), automatically disqualifies him from being a fellow traveler?

            You do see where you're arguing yourself in circles here, yes?

          • intrcptr

            "destroying the Constitution"
            While I will concede this does not "destroy" the Constitution, as such, there are a plethora of issues concerning the overweening exercise of power involved here…
            http://blog.heritage.org/?p=39250

            As a starter let us just ask ourselves; where in the Constitution, or where in federal legislation since 1787, have the American people granted Congress the right to compel citizens to purchase a good or service from a private business?

          • Glennd1

            I enjoyed your comments more than the article. My question for you (and I'm serious about this) is how would you describe Obama's ideology/political philosophy? During his campaign I noticed a marked gap between his rhetoric and the actual policy positions in his "Blueprint". I concluded that he was at minimum a committed Progressive, and based on his actions, associations and own admissions in his books, that he had been deeply affected by Social Justice theory (as proposed by Rawls, not that moron Beck). This pedagogy is ultimately results in policies not highly differentiated from many social Democratic parties, and I do think that it starts from a materialist view of the world and borrows many oppressor/oppressed political narratives from Critical Theory, which emanated from the Frankfurt school, who were public, hard core Marxists.

            Given this, I tend to not cringe when folks call him Marxist, as there are numerous policies he supports which advance shifting the balance between our collective wellbeing and our individual wellbeing, in the direction of our collective wellbeing. I agree that most folks don't really understand Marxism, but still, I believe much of Obama's worldview to be shaped by some fundamental aspects of Marxism.

            Fyi, for those of you who don't know Marxism, you would cringe to find out that he actually predicts a phase of capitalism in which credit is overextended and results in a credit/banking/debt crisis like we are currently experiencing. Marx's analysis of capitalism and understanding of it is compelling. I don't agree with it, but most people dismiss it without proper consideration.

            My criticism is simple. I don't think Marx accounts for human agency in his theory and as such, it is dehumanizing. I'd love to hear your response Tricky. Thanks!

          • trickyblain

            (Pt 1) Thanks for the thoughtful reply, Glenn.

            I totally agree about Marx — he doesn't take human nature into account. Marxism cannot stand as a viable system because, despite platitudes, folks don't want to be equal to their countrymen, they want to be better off.

            At the same time, I don't believe there is any pure single political system that works all of the time, every time. As much as this may make you cringe, I think that by injecting bit of policies aimed to address "collective" issues, FDR may well have saved the US from "hard" Marxism. There were a lot more Marxists in 1930 than there were in 1940. Each vaccine contains a small amount of the disease it is preventing.

            In terms of Obama, he seems to be going this route. I don't really like the health care reform, in that it creates a requirement mandate. But this mandate does create more revenue for private companies that will (so they say) offset the costs of insuring the preexisting cases.

          • trickyblain

            (pt 2) I don't see him advocating policies that reek of Marxism. His world view? That can change over time. I knew perfectly intelligent people that were essentially commies in college, but changed when reality hit them in the face. I never was – I thank my father (a lib) for explaining to me, at a very young age, that the reason Soviet fighter aircraft were inferior to, say, our F-15 was the profit motive.
            Sort of a rambling answer, I know. But I'd be happy to address specific policy issues that make you "cringe." It may very well be that I too am uncomfortable with them, but I still think we a very far away from a totalitarian collective society. People wouldn't stand for it any more than they would stand for Sharia law.

          • WildJew

            Question trickyblain: Putting economics aside for now, do you think Obama's 20 plus year spiritual mentor (Jeremiah Wright) is anti-Semitic? Do you think Obama is anti-Semitic or racist? Obama's demand that a Jew not be permitted to build an apartment, a synagogue or kindergarten in his or her land – even in his own capital – is this a racist demand?

          • bubba4

            C U L T

    • ajnn

      Ms. Coulter, you make a number of excellent points.

      I would like to add that Rev. Wright's church was popular with many non-Christians who wanted to attend Christian services for their own reasons (many spiritual reasons). It has been pointed out that Obama planned on a career in politics from early adulthood and, it is well known, it is necessary the church is deeply important in Black politics.

      i suggest that Obama joined and attended the church to advance his political career. this is not a crime.

      However, he joined THAT CHURCH because of its affinity to Nation of Islam. Rev. Wright was a member of Nation of Islam and the ideology that he has propounded from his pulpit is consistant with Nation of Islam's doctrines.

      Based on this reasoning, the attendance was a means to advance his career and offers no evidence that he is or has ever been a Christian. While your central thesis that all Liberals are atheists and, therefore, Obama is an atheist and not a Muslim. I suggest that he identifies culturally and politically with Islam without 'submitting' himself to Allah. That would make him not an atheist, but an Arrogant Atheist (Liberal).

      • RalphQ

        ajnn,

        You say "Rev. Wright was a member of Nation of Islam,…" I can't find any reliable sources that confirm this, and I don't think its true. According to an April '08 article in Time by Steven Gray, "How Jeremiah Wright Found Religion" ( http://www.time.com/time/politics/article/0,8599,… ), he may have embraced (Christian) Liberation Theology out of sympathy for (or envy of?) the Nation of Islam's anti-"white man's religion" street cred. But we learn elsewhere that his father was a Baptist minister and he eventually went to the University of Chicago Divinity School and the Union Theological Seminary — not Muslim schools. When did he have time to become a Muslim? That he adores Farrakhan and sympathizes with Islam is fairly obvious, but his church motto was, "Unashamedly Black and Unapologetically Christian" — suggesting there was a call to be ashamed and apologetic?

        So if you have a reliable source that Wright was ever a Muslim, please let us know where you got that bit of information.

        • Beverley

          "Therefore by their fruits you will know them." I don't think Wright was a happy chappy." If you preach Liberation Theology from the pulpit you really have a problem.

    • SoundDoc

      Lying is a virtue in Islam. The better you can deceive and trick and manipulate, the higher the rank.

  • http://www.resonoelusono.com/NaturalBornCitizen.htm Alexander Gofen

    The very title of the article is obfuscating. Disregarding what Obama is in his soul (we cannot know it), formally he is a Moslem at least because he was born to a Moslem father, raised by a Moslem step-father in an Islamic country, and publicly self proclaimed himself a Moslem at least once: http://xrl.us/bf29mb

    In terms of his actions, Obama acts as a Moslem too: enough to mention that he dared to proclaim such blatant lies as though America is "also an Islamic nation", as though Moslems have contributed a lot to America (yet NASA must make them feel good about their achievements), and he undermines American economical and military power favoring Islam.

    (Cont.)

    • http://home.comcast.net/~enjolras/site/?/home/ Underzog

      Barack Hussein Obama is born of a Muslim/Arab father and learned Islam in the most populous Muslim country under his Muslim stepfather. If BHO converted to Christianity, he would be an apostate and subject to the death penalty. There are no exceptions!

      People talk about BHO being an athiest. In one of the most disgusting cultural phenomena around, athiest praise and defend Islam against the other two of the three major religions. Athiests are supposed to be for reason, logic, not proving a negative; etc., however, they chose as their sympathies for the religion that most rejects reason, logic, science; etc.; e.g., "Allah's hand is not chained."

      Such a stance is unforgivable.

      • http://www.resonoelusono.com/NaturalBornCitizen.htm Alexander Gofen

        You are so correct. Just a few of atheists are consistent and denounce Islam. And just a few feminists are. Yet the lefts in general are not consistent. They hate conservative Christianity and Judaism, yet embrace Islam.

        It is worth noting how careful are Moslems (in their deceitful doctrine of "taqqia") to never support Prop. 8 or other initiative confronting homosexual Mafia. To not break alliance with homosexual crowd – also destroying America, but from the opposite direction.

        And how stupid is homosexual crowed never critiquing Islam (so deadly for homosexuals!) – also to not break alliance with Moslem crowd, destroying America, but from the opposite direction.

      • RBlan

        As a gentle atheist myself who, with all due respect, cannot find good reasons to believe in the supernatural, I would like to point out that not all, and perhaps only a minority of "atheists" (more on those scare quotes later) are consistently rational. Just not believing in a supreme being is no qualification for anything — the question is what _do_ you think is real and true?

        I would be interested in whether anyone has seen a poll that confirms the impression of Undezog and Gofen that atheists tend to be sympathetic to Islam, because that is indeed a bizarre corruption of rationality.

        Of course, sharing a lack of evidence with others is hardly a basis for feeling shame at their _other_ lacks, so I won't apologize for these pro-Islam supposed "atheists", but I would like to propose that for many of them, atheism is an intellectual pose, used as a scent-marker by which other pseudo-intellectual leftists will recognize them as members of the faith. That's right, leftists have a faith but it is to a god known variously as the Proletariat, Society, the State, the Oppressed, and Other Minds.

        That's why their "atheism" deserves scare quotes. They are congregants in the Church of Marxism and it's various splinter sects from Fabianism to Democratic Socialism to Environmentalism (Gaia worship) to Postmodernism — the "Elmer Gantry" religion of the comfortable professoriate who knowing the intellectual bankruptcy of the "scientific" Marxist faith first hand, proclaim that reality is unknowable anyway and all we have is the Social Construction of Reality to deconstruct.

        It is undeniably true, as Christian thinkers have said, that if one rejects (what I will call) the hypothesis of God, one must put in God's place some other concept of the highest aspect of reality, the highest good. For a rational atheist, this will probably be human life and that aspect of human consciousness that makes all human knowledge and human survival possible, i.e., human reason itself and specifically one's personal, most conscientious effort to know reality — the very faculty that asks, "Is there really a supernatural realm, a God?" If the questions – and answers — end there, then what one ultimately believes is left to the random forces impinging on one's malleable mind.

        For the _irrational_ atheist, Other Minds will do as one's god, and specifically the Minds of the Significant Others, be they parents, pastors, professors, politicians, or prison punks.

        For lovers of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness on the political right, however, I would remind you that both Human Liberty and Christianity benefited from the Enlightenment determination to question all dogmas, and rational atheism is not the enemy, but the ally of human freedom.

        • http://www.resonoelusono.com/NaturalBornCitizen.htm Alexander Gofen

          Questioning all dogmas is good (is a must) in science. Yet even in science we acknowledge necessity of axioms. And here is the difference. In science the system of axioms may change. In the field of morality humans need the absolute that never changes (is given by G-d).

          I grew as an atheist (what else) in the former USSR. I acknowledged G-d much later in my life DUE TO advances of SCIENCE. To mention just two: The Big Bang, and impossibility of development of the cells, the Life, and Mind in unaided process.

          • RBlan

            Thanks for responding, Alexander. I don't agree that the (objectively necessary) axioms of science may change, only that our knowledge of what is an axiom may (but is unlikely to) change. For example, Aristotle's axioms of identity, non-contradiction, and the excluded middle still form the basis of science and have not changed in 2.4 millennia. I realize that the specialized sciences require other axioms. I do agree that in the field of morality humans need the absolute that never changes. You apparently propose that God the Lawgiver is that moral absolute while I observe that it is man's nature and the requirements of his survival and flourishing that are absolute.

            Of course Marxism-Leninism is based on a kind of Godless faith in the absolutism of the laws of materialist historical determinism and the malleability of human nature which was to be conditioned by the mode of production. It should have been obvious that so far from being scientific absolutes these "axioms" contradict what we know to be true of human volition and human nature. Furthermore, in the light of subsequent history it takes intellectual evasion on a massive scale to believe such fantasies.

            As for Islam, it shares with (some) Judeo-Christian thought the reliance on revealed moral law which is beyond questioning. This makes reasoned disagreement among competing moral demands difficult, to say the least.

            Enlightenment thought can hardly be accused of failing to subject moral dogmas to the light of reason with Adam Smith's _Theory of Moral Sentiments_, as just one example. Although most such attempts merely substitute a proposed 'moral sense' in human nature for the imposed moral law of theism, they at least open themselves to disagreement about the true moral scope of human nature, a huge advantage where the alternative option is a holy war of your revelation vs. my revelation, don't you think?

            For a complete discussion of my preferred approach to deriving morality from the requirements of human survival and flourishing see Tara Smith's _Viable Values_.

          • http://www.resonoelusono.com/NaturalBornCitizen.htm Alexander Gofen

            In order to continue this interesting discussion, you may wish to write me directly via the link at my page http://www.ski.org/gofen

  • http://www.resonoelusono.com/NaturalBornCitizen.htm Alexander Gofen

    True, his actions are not always compatible with Islam. For example, he supports homosexual agenda. In the moment his agenda eclectically includes both Islamic and leftist elements, reflecting the current "Unholy Alliance" (credit to Horowitz) between such "impossible allies" like Lefts/homosexuals and Moslems of the West. Yet deceit (taqqia) is a part of being Moslem. Either way, with his dual (triple) citizenship, he is illegitimate, an impostor, and with his forged SSN he is a plain fraud: <a href="http://www.resonoelusono.com/NaturalBornCitizen.htm” target=”_blank”>www.resonoelusono.com/NaturalBornCitizen.htm

    • kdy

      The link that you provide is no longer available….

  • http://www.onlinelearningsupport.org/ rweasley002
    • sebyandrew

      better study some of those links buddy.

    • LadyAmerica

      You ask, "so what the big deal if President Obama is a Muslim ?"

      For starters, he claims to be a Christian. If he's really a Muslim, then he is lying.

      Then, if he is trying to hide being a Muslim, then he is most likely up to something nefarious. (Why hide your religion, otherwise?)

      Much of Islam is at war with America. We don't need one of them in the highest halls of power in our govenment! (Trojan horse?) Would we have had a Nazi as president during WWII????

      The foregoing should be enough for you to think about for a while.

  • Beverley

    He also allows the killing of babies, which I don't believe Moslems condone.

    • http://americanconstitutionalforces.blogspot.com/ anniehamilton

      sure they do…so long as it furthers Islam. this article only proves one thing: Ann Coulter should not write about subjects in which she has no knowledge.

    • alicegadfly

      Ali Ismaeli Abbas was 12 yrs old when one of Bush's million dollar "smart bombs" fell on Ali's house and killed at least 8 members of his family. That bomb blew off Ali's arms and burnt most of his body. That bomb killed Ali's father. It killed Ali's pregnant mother and killed the baby in her womb. Anyone.. including "Christians," who didn't protest the illegal Iraq war built on lies can not NOW pretend to say they are "pro-life." War is all about KILLING. Many so-called Christians preferred to goose step and supported that war without asking questions THEY now have the blood of THOUSANDS of innocent people, including unborn Iraqi babies on THEIR hands.

  • Gunner57

    Seems like Ann Coulter is just another pundit who has never read the Islamic texts.

    Obama was born and raised a Muslim. He has never renounced the so called deity named Allah nor the evil commands of his wicked prophet Muhammad. In fact, he has done the opposite by praising Islam at every opportunity available as being "revealed" and surrounding himself with Muslims in his administration including experts in Sharia finance.

    Black Liberation Theology does not renounce Islam, quite the opposite, as shown by their embrace of Louis Farrakhan.

    • http://www.resonoelusono.com/NaturalBornCitizen.htm Alexander Gofen

      Ann Coulter appears to be something else than pundit ….

    • Lion

      I believe Miss Coulter is using hyperbole as a rhetorically device (since that's how it's used) to illicit covert humor as the beginning of the article concerning Mr. Obama's seemingly contradictory undetermined faith.

    • bubba4

      "Allah" means "God". Christiantiy and Islam are both monotheistic religions…."god" is one thing…the alpha and omega, etc….

      "Black Liberation Theology" is a term that was handed down to you morons by FPM and other like-minded affiliates and partners. From their mouth to your earrs to your brain to your mouth….like a mechanical parrot. Maybe you shouldn't talk about things you don't understand.

      • LadyAmerica

        "Allah" may mean "God", but the Muslim god and the Judeo-Christian God are totally different, have totally different natures, purposes, etc.. If you would study you would see this is absolute fact. Suggest reading the Bible, then the Koran and ahadith.

        As to "Black Liberation Theology": it is very real. Google the term and read about it for yourself.

        • bubba4

          Do you even know what Monotheism means? It doesn't mean that amoung a pathethon of gods your god is the best one.

          Why don't you call your God Yaweh?

          • LadyAmerica

            Your original statement was: ""Allah" means "God". Christianity and Islam are both monotheistic religions…."god" is one thing…the alpha and omega, etc…. " You appear to imply that since they are both monotheistic religions, then they are equivalent (which they definitely are not!) This is where my reply was addressed, and my answer stands. The Islamic god and the Judeo-Christian God are vastly different in moral attributes, essential nature and ultimate purpose, and a reading of the Bible, Koran, and ahadith will prove this fact.

            I will pray for you.

          • bubba4

            Allah does mean "god"….

            I would watch out for the evil Mexican god "Dios".

            Pray for yourself. Ask God for the wisdom to see beyond this cultic shallowness.

  • Gunner57

    Beverly states – "He also allows the killing of babies, which I don't believe Moslems condone".

    In Islam that only applies to Muslim babies..

  • Beverley

    True Gunner57 so he can't be a Christian either.

    • Gunner57

      Correct. He is obviously an enemy of Christ.

  • Gunner57

    "so what the big deal if President Obama is a Muslim ?" Nine years after 9/11 and this man has no clue as to what the Islamic texts are and what they say.

    Islam is mainly a political ideology that commands its followers to whenever possible, wage jihad and impose Sharia law against all on believers. Obama is certainly going in that direction.

    We have as many Buddhists in U.S. as Muslims yet there is no problem. Case in point, why do Muslims insist on building the mosque at Ground Zero? Does it having anything to do with saving souls? NO. They are making a political statement commemorating the victory of Muhammad's followers over us at that site.

    • David

      This is a symbolic victory mosque, but the Muslims did not do the crime. If you want to find a criminal, follow the money trail. Who owned the land? Who engineered the buildings? Who managed the WTC? Who insured the WTC? Who had full access to the WTC? Who had advance knowledge of the event to allow them to put puts and gets on the stock market to profit from the damaged businessess? Who stopped the investigation from being forensically done? Why was the scene not investigated, but cut up and carried off in 12 foot neat sections of the blast? Who collected the payoffs from the stock market in Germany? Can you say Bush and his ilk? This is not a victory mosque for Muslims but for Bush and his greed.

      • Gunner57

        David you are despicable. MUSLIMS committed this crime in the name of Muhammad who commanded them to do so.

        On 9/12 GWB could have stopped ALL Muslim immigration and America would have agreed with him. That last chance was blown when he proclaimed this evil ideology a "religion" of peace. Now that chance was squandered with have morons pontificating about Islam without ever mentioning the texts and Muhammad. You stupid little man. They'd kill you first.

  • timsmit

    In fact, parading to church in front of the TV cameras carrying a 10-pound Bible — like a certain serial adulterer, impeached president I could name — is strongly discouraged by the creator of the universe. (“Beware of practicing your righteousness before men to be noticed by them; otherwise you have no reward with your Father who is in heaven.” Matthew 6.1)

    Let me get this straight. Coulter is accusing Obama of using religion for political purposes. Not only is that the constant ploy of the GOP and its subsidiary Tea Baggers, it is the assumption of this article. "I am a true christian. Therefore, I am better than (insert conflicting belief). And everybody reading this is presumed to agree."
    Of course, W never wore his religion on his sleeve. He just started a war for his "faith."
    I hope that Obama, like the vast majority of high IQ people, is an atheist. But you cannot get elected in this country without pandering to the christians.

    • sebyandrew

      I hope that Obama, like the vast majority of high IQ people, is an atheist

      Yes, that frees him to have a philosophy for every occasion. Free to flip-flop, free to use religion or non-religion as it suits the moment. High-profile people like him are like the proverbial snowball gaining momentum and size as they roll on causing havoc. Nice dig with the IQ-we'll label that as revisionist history/reality along with the W comments.

    • David

      I resent your remark. I have a 140 IQ and my double doctorate wife has a 180 IQ. You are certainly left in the dust. You cannot substantiate that having a Christan faith is a moron, don't even state such. Many men smarter than you were Christians. How do I know for a fact that God is the Creator? He tells the end from the beginning or Bible prophecy. Check it out. Next their are 12 anti- or non-Christian historians to back up the Bible. Then the archaeological digs verify the Bible. You need to read, Josh McDowells' books on the historicity of the Christian faith, "Faith Demands a Verdict", and then check out a top lawyer, former atheist, Simon Greenleaf, for a legal proof case of such. You speak your opinions but do not have any facts to support them.

      • ajnn

        I am 162 IQ and take religion seriously.

    • Gunner57

      "Tea Baggers" that in and of itself qualifies you to a pornographic slime.

      High IQ? I'll bet Obama is at best in the very low 100's and Michelle is well into double digits. We can thank affirmative action (racial discrimination against white working and middle class people) for their worthless degrees.

      Neither one of these morons can speak intelligently on any topic of substance.

  • redheart

    The best part is the last line. One of my greatest fears…..Mike Huckabee.

  • Rifleman

    Coulter agrees with me on this.

    Hussein is a technical muslim, who will pretend to be whatever the current audience prefers. He was 'educated' and trained to be a marxist, and his actions show him to be one. Marxists are atheists, and they practice their own sanctioned deception.

    • David

      Marxism was created by the Jews, they replaced the God instituted theocracy with the State, so they do have a form or religion but no power from God.

      • WildJew

        Marxism is not Jewish. Marxism was created by Karl Marx. No? One or both of Marx's parents was / were Jewish, though he was a baptized Christian and a fierce Jew-hater. Can you square Marxism with the law of Moses?

        • Guest

          What you say is correct but it's also true that Marxism/Bolshevisim has been largely a secular Jewish enterprise. Horowitz notes this in his book "The Politics of Bad Faith" (p. 115 et. seq.). Jews were at the heart of the Russian Revolution. Communism is a secular religion which has replaced Judaism for far too many Jews. My theory is that's it's the Ashkenazi/Khazar Jews; not the Sephardim who are way too smart. http://maxentropy.squarespace.com
          Re: Along Came Marx

  • WildJew

    This reminds me of the birth certificate thing. Folks on the Right ran from it as fast as they could, lest they be labeled a "birther" by the left. (I do not know if Obama is a natural born citizen or not.) Now we have the spectacle of Coulter and others running from the idea, they think Obama might be a Muslim. Only God knows what is in the man's heart. We know Barack Hussein Obama was born a Muslim because his father was Muslim. We know he has deep sympathies for the world of Islam. Saudi Arabian ambassador to the United States, Prince Bandar bin Sultan sipped brandy, smoked Cohiba cigars, attended Dallas Cowboys football games; he embraced the "culture of the infidel West" in every way. Bandar was not a Muslim? According to Islam, if you are born a Muslim, you are a Muslim.

    • David

      We can tell what kind of tree we have by its fruits and whether they are good fruits or bad fruits. We can know what sect or cult he is from, by his statements and diconnects in action, BHO, is not now, nor never has been a born from above, spirit filled, Apostolic, Berean, Charismatic Christian, which is the only kind not going to be judged for punishments, only rewards. What he is a major liar, liars do not inherit the Kingdom of God.

    • http://www.resonoelusono.com/NaturalBornCitizen.htm Alexander Gofen

      "Folks on the Right ran from it as fast as they could, lest they be labeled a "birther" by the left. (I do not know if Obama is a natural born citizen or not.)"

      The Right (and GOPs) ran from it as fast as they could because they were responsible for orchestrating the impostor in the White House. Presuming at least his official biography, you ought to know that Obama is NOT a natural born citizen.
      http://www.resonoelusono.com/NaturalBornCitizen.htm

      "Now we have the spectacle of Coulter and others running from the idea, they think Obama might be a Muslim."

      Yes, Coulter is indecent water carrier for the worst fraction of GOP: whichever is ordered to her…

      • WildJew

        Even if it could be proven this president is NOT a natural born citizen as you state, it is a NON-issue, isn't it? That this president sympathizes with the world of Islam because he is "one of them" is indeed an issue.

        • http://www.resonoelusono.com/NaturalBornCitizen.htm Alexander Gofen

          You wrote:

          "Even if it could be proven this president is NOT a natural born citizen as you state, it is a NON-issue, isn't it?"

          In fact, it is the most important issue ever for our country (caught pants down before the entire world). Know your civic: Obama is definitely not natural born at least because his biological father was never a US citizen.
          http://www.resonoelusono.com/NaturalBornCitizen.htm

          "That this president sympathizes with the world of Islam because he is one of them is indeed an issue."

          True. However it is worth noting that the two previous were not "ones of them", yet both sympathized with Islam as well, albeit a bit less explicitly.

          • WildJew

            I say "it is not an issue," because it would not make any difference one way or another. Even if it were definitively proven he is not a citizen, he would not be impeached or convicted. No court would rule, he should be thrown out of office. The American public would not support it. That is why it is not an issue. From the standpoint of personal interest, yes I would like to know. I would like the public to know definitively that he is or is not a US citizen. Beyond that, I feel those who are pursuing this, are largely wasting their time, just as the left wasted their time on this "Bush stole the election" fraud. Bush didn't steal the election, but had he stolen the election, it would not have mattered. It was a waste of time. I'm not going to waste any more of my precious time studying this issue. I've read enough on it from both sides. There are troubling things about Obama and what he is hiding. Nevertheless, I've got better things to do with my time.

          • http://www.resonoelusono.com/NaturalBornCitizen.htm Alexander Gofen

            You easily confuse terms "ordinary citizen" (not proved if he is) and "natural born citizen" (obvious that he is not). You wrote:

            "Even if it were definitively proven he is not a citizen, he would not be impeached or convicted."

            You cannot know that. Our best citizens like Lt. Col. Lakin put their entire implacable career and liberty on the line in order that the justice be delivered to the impostor, and to save the honor of our nation. So does Dr. Orly Taitz and several others.

            "That is why it is not an issue."

            Whichever way it turns, it is the most shameful issue ever this nation lived through. The nation showed itself completely ignorant after 230 years of election of presidents, and the nation is shamefully indifferent to violation of the Constitution into the face .

          • WildJew

            You said it: "The nation showed itself completely ignorant after 230 years of election of presidents…." and you are putting it gently.

            A nation that can bring man of this low / mean station or estimation to the highest office in this Republic, does not deserve (as Franklin prophesied) to "keep it." There is no more excuse for Americans to elect this dangerous man than there was for Germans to help bring the Nazi party to power in the early nineteen thirties.

          • WildJew

            What is worse, is the 40 something percent support he manages to hold amongst the uneducated public. This nation is insane! As soon as I can reasonably manage my affairs, I hope to be out of here. But for God's intervention (yes I believe God controls world's and nation's economies) I do not believe we would stand a chance of temporarily turning this thing around this November and it still remains to be seen what the voters do.

            But for a lousy economy, Americans would vote for these idiots and fools. I do NOT trust in the good judgment of the American people, long term. Not at all. This is a lost people. That is why the issue of his citizenship is futile because you are living in a nation of dolts.

          • http://www.resonoelusono.com/NaturalBornCitizen.htm Alexander Gofen

            " the issue of his citizenship is futile"? I do not think so. See this recent development: http://www.thepostemail.com/2010/09/05/exclusive-

            You may wish to write me directly following the link at my page
            http://www.ski.org/gofen

    • bubba4

      Are you talking about "Bandar Bush".

      He's very close to the Bush family. Funny, there was no problem with him sipping Brandy at the White House right after 9/11, now, he's an example for Obama being a bad guy.

      This is America Wildjew…whatever you're "born"…you can be and do what you want. Just like you can call yourself a Jew.

      • WildJew

        Hey Buba, exactly! Bandar Bush (George W's and his father's friend) is a perfect example of his and Obama's Taqiyya (concealing their Muslim faith before infidels), are they not? Why do you say President Hussein's Muslim faith implies he is a "bad guy?" You think because he is a Muslim, that in and of itself makes him a bad guy?

        • bubba4

          I think you give Silver-spoon Muslims like Prince Bandar too much credit for being devoted. I think you found a fancy foreign word and now you think you know something.

          Obama isn't a Muslim….but your joining in the circle jerk to paint him as a "bad guy"…so don't be coy, you know what I meant. You can feign ignorance another time when it matters.

          • WildJew

            Do you think Obama is a good guy? Let me ask you a question. Is Obama's spiritual mentor (Jeremiah Wright) an anti-Semite and a bigot? Is Mr. Obama an anti-Semite and a bigot? Isn't it fair to say a man (like Obama) is a racist when he demands that Jews not be permitted to build an apartment or a synagogue or a kindergarten in his land, even in his own capital? Is it fair to say Obama is an anti-Semite and a bigot?

          • bubba4

            WTF are you even talking about?

            No, I don't think it's fair to call Obama an anti-Semite and bigot anymore than it's fair to call him a Muslim.

          • WildJew

            Isn't it fair to say a man (like Obama) is a racist when he demands that Jews not be permitted to build an apartment or a synagogue or a kindergarten in his land, even in his own capital?

            Is Obama's spiritual mentor (Jeremiah Wright) an anti-Semite and a bigot?

          • bubba4

            Again your being coy and I think conflating what Obama wants or permits with what the Obama Administration, State Department, Military and the whole of the US Government is doing where it pertains to Israel. You wouldn't even have Israel if it hadn't been artificially created, so I wouldn't get my yamaka in a bunch because of policies and problems that existed long before Obama.

  • georgealbert

    Ann is wrong on this one. Obama is believes in G_d, it is just that he thinks he is the one and only G_d.

  • Alex Kovnat

    With all the arguments about Obama as Muslim, Obama as Christian, Obama as this or that, I have this to say: I'm a Jewish person. I didn't vote for B.O. in 2008 and I'll vote against him again in 2012 even if he were to proclaim himself Jewish!

    There are Jewish people in politics I wouldnt vote for not because I'm self-hating, but because these particular individuals are for things I'm against, or against things that I'm for.

    • WildJew

      While I can agree with you on a certain level, herein lies the difficulty. Jews are not at war with the West. Jews are not trying to subvert our way of life; the foundation of our liberties.

  • Rev. Roy Trepanier

    The Western world HAS to learn and understand 2 Arabic words..HUDNA & TAQIYYA.
    The first is the Islamic definition of PEACE, which is totally different from our definition of peace and only allows them time to re-group and attack again when stronger than their enemy.
    The second is a teaching of Muhammed that it is a quality and even honorable to LIE to advance the cause of Islam, even if they have SWORN an OATH.
    Obama is a MUSLIM and an expert at practising HUDNA & TAQIYYA, and both require intense study to become proficient. As such, no Muslim, who claims adherence to Islam can be believed, not ONE word.
    ………………..WAKE UP CANADA AND AMERICA…….
    "if it looks like a duck and sounds like a duck, Hussein must be a Muslim duck"…

    Rev. Roy….<><

    • Shirts r us

      100% correct Rev. One only has to read one or 2 books on the subject of Islam, and not the crap they teach in the universities, to understand their quest for world domination. I can not believe how many stupid Americans we have out their who think like Mayor Bloomberg.

  • Donna

    How can everyone miss this? Obama has a religion, and he, himself, is its prophet and Supreme Being.

  • buffman

    His father wasn't an African Muslim, he was a child molesting, radical marxist that was a good friend to his pothead grandfather. Read Obama's poem about his father and their relationship—neat.

  • Beth6853

    If this is so true that he is a christian why did he have a cross covered at a speech he was giving?
    Oh pleaseeeeeeeeee

  • tagalog

    Coming up with examples of Chris Mathews being an idiot is like coming up with photographs showing that fire departments usually have red fire trucks.

  • sflbib

    If Øbama is a Christian, let him produce his birth certificate.

    • trickyblain

      Talk about a nonsequiter.

      "If Coulter is indeed a woman, let her show us that she eats wheat."

      WTF?

    • Paul of Alexandria

      No, let him produce his baptismal certificate!

  • guest

    it's called taqiyya – allowed to say whatever is needed to hide his real intentions…

    • trickyblain

      Have you been to that new taqiyya downtown? The enchiladas are scrumptious!

      • intrcptr

        cute

        But I do hope you realize that it is a legitimate teaching of Islam, and not something cooked up by the "radicals" who have "hijacked" the religion.

    • tagalog

      For Muslims, taqiyya is mandatory when Islam is deemed to be endangered.

      • bubba4

        Some of you need to read the Old Testament and get some perspective.

  • Shirts r us

    As Bob Grant would say, HE'S A FAKE PHONY FRAUD. Obammy attended church for one reason…to please the simple minded Americans who thought he would make a swell president…"OOOOO, LOOKIE, ISN'T HE A NICE BOY!" It could not be further from the truth. He attended church for political expediency. I will bet any amount of money he has not been to church a single time since November 10, 2008. Obammy is and always will be a Moslem!!

    • SoundDoc

      Muhammad said that Gabriel told him the parent who has the first climax will produce an offspring that looks like that one. It would not surprise me if Obammy did not fight to go first.

    • bubba4

      Don't bet any amounts of money on stuff you can simply look up yourself. Why are most of you so dependent on FPM and these other cultic wonks to tell you $#*()@_ everything…

  • E.C. Everett

    Richard Wolffe is wrong. Obama does adhere to liberation theology, which is not Christianity, but Marxism-lite in a vaguely Christian vernacular. http://www.notoriouslyconservative.com/2009/09/vi

    "…this struggle (against all injustice), it was said, would have to be a political struggle, because the structures (of oppression) were strengthened and maintained by politics. Thus redemption became a political process, for which Marxist philosophy offered the essential directions. It became a task that men themselves could — indeed had to — take in hand and became, at the same time, the object of quite practical hopes; faith was changed from ‘theory' into practice, into concrete redeeming action in the liberation process." (Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger; Truth and Tolerance (Ignatius Press. October, 31, 2004; pg. 116)

    "…where the Marxist ideology of liberation had been consistently applied, a total lack of freedom had developed, whose horrors were now laid bare before the eyes of the entire world. Wherever politics tries to be redemptive, it is promising too much. Where it wishes to do the work of God, it becomes not divine, but demonic." (ibid.)

    "A People's Organization (later changed to "community organization") is dedicated to an eternal war. It is a war against poverty, misery, delinquency, disease, injustice, hopelessness, despair, and unhappiness."

    "A People's Organization is not a philanthropic plaything or a social service's ameliorative gesture. It is a deep, hard-driving force, striking and cutting at the very roots of all the evils which beset the people…it thinks and acts in terms of social surgery and not cosmetic cover-ups."

    "There is hope, and life is worth living. There may not be a light at the end of the trail but they (the masses) have a light in their hands, a light they made themselves, and they know that not only will they themselves have to work out their own destiny but that they themselves can." (Alinsky, Saul. Reveille for Radicals [1946]; 2nd edition,Vintage Books [1969] pg. 105, 133)
    http://my.barackobama.com/page/s/semr?source=SEM-

    "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." (Saul Alinsky: Rules for Radicals: A Pragmatic Primer for Realistic Radicals; [1971] Random House)

    "By their fruits you will know them…" (Jesus Christ: Matthew 7:16a)

    • trickyblain

      " (later changed to "community organization") "

      By you. Right when you wrote that.

  • Jeremayakovka

    If Obama is a Christian (as he avers), and if the United States is not a Christian nation (as he avers), then is Obama un-American?

    • trickyblain

      Was George Washington un-american for saying that we are not a Chritian nation?

  • USMCSniper

    Capitalist pig Ann Couter not understand. Need mandatory reducation law by Congress Comrades of Democrat Politburo for all citizens to attend reducation camps under Comrade Komissionar of Propaganda Jeremiah Wright for greater glory liberation theology of Chairman Obama.

  • http://biblestudynow.webs.com Michael W. Kelley

    We knew absolutely nothing about Barack Obama before the 2008 elections. Did anybody outside of Chicago know about him just 5 or 6 years ago? No. Here's a great video of Dr. Chuck Missler speaking on Obama. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fb0hJWC0mmA

  • http://biblestudynow.webs.com Michael W. Kelley

    Also, if he's an atheist, that's worse for him than being a Muslim. Muslims are not fools, but it is the "fool that says in his heart there is no God" (Psalm 14:1).

  • Gloria

    Saying you're a Christian, or even attending a Christian church for 20 years, does not make you a Christian. In order to be a Christian you must be baptized. There is no evidence that Obama was ever baptized. This point was bought up during the presidential campaign but somehow fell through the cracks like all of the other inconvenient truths regarding Obama.

    In his famous Philadelphia speech on racism he defended his continued embrace of Wright because, and I paraphrase, "he brought me to Christ, married Michelle and I, and baptized both of my children." He never said Wright or anyone else baptized him.

    Baptism is the primary initiation rite and foundation of Christianity, proven by the fact that all four gospels begin Christ's ministry with his baptism by John the Baptist. I don't know why this point continues to be ignored when discussing Obama's religion. Proof of his baptism would settle the issue once and for all.

    At the next WH press conference, someone ought to ask Gibbs about Obama's baptism, just to get the conversation going.

  • Gunner57

    Reading your posts how come virtually none of you discuss the Islamic texts and the evil acts and sayings of its founder, Muhammad?

    I know why. Most of you haven't got a clue as to what Islam teaches and what evil acts Muhammad commands all Muslims to commit against non believers.

  • Andres de Alamaya

    Religious beliefs of any kind are usually the result of infant brainwashing which saddles the victim with a form of savantism, leading in some cases to inexplicable individuals who are brainy and accomplished, logical in all aspects of life except for that lunatic belief which was imprinted in their cerebrum before they developed critical faculties. Obama could be labeled a cerebral atheist opportunist who will associate himself with whatever religious group he feels would be to his advantage at the moment – the Rev. Wright connection (which was a stupid choice) – but in his heart there lies the bunk pumped into his infant brain in impressionable years. He professes Christianity because that's mainstream and best for votes, if pumped with truth serum he would confess to atheism, but when prompted to act on issues involving religion, he would revert to Islam which is housed in his heart.

    • JKS

      Its secular humanists like you that are responsible for the deaths of over 100 million people in the 20th century alone. You are truly sub-human.

      • bubba4

        What religous kooks and cultist don't understand is that people that aren't members of your cult, aren't members of some opposing cult by default.

  • Davidka

    B.O. is a Muslim. Many of the commenters make excellent and important points. While it is impossible to know what is in B.O.'s cold heart, every indication is that he is a Muslim and pursuing a radical Muslim agenda. He was born a Muslim, raised Muslim, considered himself a Muslim, recited the Muslim basic prayer. He has never renounced Islam. There is the constant boosting of Islam, repeated slights of Christianity and vicious behavior toward Israel, the many associates who are Muslim, bizarre intiatives like saying NASA's main goal is to boost Islamic self-esteem… it goes on and on. And every so often, when he gets tired and lacks his teleprompter, he slips, as when he admitted during the campaign, "… my Muslim faith…" The extremist church he joined in Chicago was viciously anti-White, anti-Semitic and anti-American; with a thin overlay of references to Christianity; and its pastor, B.O.'s spiritual guide, was loathsome and a former Black Muslim. How much evidence do we need?

  • Joseph Klein

    I don't really care whether President Obama is a Christian, Muslim or atheist. It's his outreach to the radical Muslim world that scares me. In Obama's world, Muslims are part of the 'oppressed victim' class and the United States is part of the neo-colonialist oppressor class. This is straight out of Saul Alinsky's secular "Rules for Radicals," which influenced Obama during his formative years.

    The United States is a fundamentally flawed nation that needs, in Obama's words, to be fundamentally transformed. Part of that transformation includes Obama's apologies to the Muslim world and promise to accommodate “Muslim citizens practicing religion as they see fit.” (Emphasis added)

    The President will be addressing the UN General Assembly next month, during which we can expect yet another apology for America's past 'misdeeds.'

    Obama is taking us down a very dangerous path, which I describe in great detail in my new book "Lethal Engagement: Barack Hussein Obama, the United Nations and Radical Islam." http://www.amazon.com/Lethal-Engagement-Joseph-Kl

    • bubba4

      "and promise to accommodate “Muslim citizens practicing religion as they see fit."

      Um..I don't think Obama reminding you that this is what the constituion has in it is a promise to do anything. You're on a dangerous path all right, but not for the reasons your making up…

  • waterwillows

    It does seem odd to me that the things that the prez does allow are exactly what the Church has issues with. Many Church members do take what he allows as a direct assult on the Church, in the hope of taking it down.
    He seems to pick in a most odd manner.

    • bubba4

      ? What is it that he "allows". I'm not following you.

  • http://www.moderatesunited.blogspot.com Barry Cooper

    One point I have not seen made is that being Muslim was quite chic throughout the Sixties, because it was seen as embracing a "anti-colonialist" agenda, and by proxy an indirect snipe at The (white) Man. Does this mean that Malcolm X was truly pious? Louis Farrakhan? Muhammad Ali? Kareem Abdul Jabar?

    Leftism is a schizoid religion, where genuine feelings of shared humanity are absorbed into a sort of theater, which is acted out by playing characters, some of whom might be Muslim. His mother found the radical chic and "alterity" of Obama's father sexy. He probably found her to be the pampered suburban radical she was, and, well, with child.

    Obama is currently starring as our President. It's his best role yet. We just need to figure out who is feeding him his script.

    I will add, too, that he IS Muslim for the same reason Noam Chomsky is: according to the tenets of both Judaism and Islam, the religion is not something you choose, but which you are born into. For Jews, it is the mother (which makes sense, particularly since establishing fatherhood is much less precise than motherhood), and for Muslims it is the father.

    This is a pedantic point, though, of little practical relevance, except to rebut the farcical claim that he has been a Christian "all his life". Simply and demonstrably not true.

  • Rickysmart

    Why dont you ex patriots leave the country and the planet…bow down to your dogs whom you are loyal to. Your hatred will eventually weaken you.

  • Paul of Alexandria

    E.C. Everett: "By their fruits you will know them…" (Jesus Christ: Matthew 7:16a)
    this is the key point. Christians have always held, from the writings of Paul on, that they will be and should be judged by the world according to their actions. We cannot know what is in his innermost thoughts (and, Alexander Gofen, his parentage is irrelevant, at least so far as his Christianity is concerned) but we can and must see and act according to the"fruits" which he bears. For any Christian to support Islam to the extent that he has, while showing no other evidence of a Christian lifestyle or mindset, is extremely unusual to say the least.

    • bubba4

      Yeah but many of you are punch-drunk on lies and smears, so who cares what your conclusions are…its bizarro world.

      Tell me though….what would be an example of evidence of a Christian lifestyle?

  • oldboy

    I' m astonished at the level some people would sink to, . If someone could only harness the intellectual energy I've seen displayed her, you couldn't strike a match.

  • JayB.

    Actually, i would describe Obama more as a follower of satan…just as his mentor Saul Alinsky was. Satan was the first radical.

    • bubba4

      You go for it man. Blaze that trail beyond crazytown.

  • turbantorpedo

    Atta Girl Ann,

    Ms. Coulter makes a perfect score in that test of 'Will You Tell The Truth'. Knowing he heart of liberalism the way she does, Ann knows that it is an antithesis of Judeo/Christian beliefs.

    I have always contended that if Jesus Christ and Lucifer called Satan were to come back and manifest themselves as the average citizen, Jesus Christ would be a global conservative, while Satan would declare his loyalty to liberalism. It is the principles of the one and the lack of principles of the other that identify the archfoes world view stance.

    B. Hussein Obama is on record as saying that he fought people in his life insistance that he join a Christian denominational church. The only church that shared his values, or lack there of was Jeremiah Wright's church in Chicago. It is Communist based.

    The Turban Torpedo

  • turbantorpedo

    I'm Back Folks,

    Christ's disciples in their letters that is the second half of the New Testament warned of pseudo Christians that came a light, but walked in the darkness of 'false teachers and prophets' of the Gnostic teachings. That describes libs that call themselves Christians. They follow the religion of self-worship that is atheistic Humanist Marxism.

    Theirs is the most terrifying and painful place in Hell . . . unless by some miracle they receive Christ's light and come out from under the powerful delusion of Humanism . . . miracles still happen.

    They need our sympathy and prayer, while at the same time warning others of the danger of putting them in charge of anything public.

    The Turban Torpedo

    • trickyblain

      The way to Jesus is the Republican Party and Ann Coulter!

      What about all of the Jews in your "Judeo/Christain" system, TT? With your seemingly all-encompassing knowledge of where in hell the people you disagree with are heading, which circle are they relegated to for rejecting Jesus?

      You are a fraud and a huckster. Pray for yourself.

      • turbantorpedo

        Yo Trickyblane,

        No my friend, the way to God is through Jesus Christ. He is pretty explicit about it in the Synoptic Gospels. I guess it depends on your views of Judaic/Christianity that will determine your eternity, not Republicans nor Ann Coulter. Keep it simply put and to the point my friend. Talking in circles only makes you dizzy.

        My view of Hell is the crime fits the punishment, hence segmented. Non believing Jews as they always have will face the same eternity as all other non believers. Which camp does that put you in trickyblain? Just curious.

        The Turban Torpedo

        • trickyblain

          I'm in the camp that doesn't pretend to know the mind of God and where, what you term, "unbeleivers" spend eternity. I don't think that morals and principles have anything to do with being liberal or conservative.

          Now go away, huckster.

  • badaboo

    Hows about " NIHILIST " I dont think anyone covered that one yet …

    • trickyblain

      He's an incarnation of Gozar the Destroyer!
      He's Bill Clinton's son!
      He's the anti-Christ! (oops, few people already went there)

  • trickyblain

    Someone actually tried for both ways, saying he's a Marxist who follows Islamic culture and ideals, but does not submit to Allah. So he's a Marxo-Muslatheist. Same person also claims that Wright (he's black) was at one point a (black) member of the (black) Nation of Islam. News to all, especailly (black) Wright. I wonder where that idea came from (he's black).

  • turbantorpedo

    Yo Trickyblane,

    No my friend, the way to God is through Jesus Christ. He is pretty explicit about it in the Synoptic Gospels. I guess it depends on your views of Judaic/Christianity that will determine your eternity, not Republicans nor Ann Coulter. Keep it simply put and to the point my friend. Talking in circles only makes you dizzy.

    The Turban Torpedo

  • turbantorpedo

    Eddy,

    It is apparent you have no use for RIGHT thinking conservatives, and your views of judging do not coincide with what Christ condemned the Pharisees for doing. Judge not, lest ye be judged. In other words Ed, unless the shoe fits . . . don't wear it. There is judging, or being hypocritical in that you are guilty of what you are criticizing others for, and then there is constructive criticism in which you point out mistakes made by others before it winds up biting them.

    PS: What do you know about Elvis being abducted by aliens? That first grader could very will become the next president. Come on with the bashing already. Don't let your runaway feelings cloud whatever ability to reason you have left.

    The Turban Torpedo

    The Turban Torpedo

  • proxywar

    You know I'ma atheist on the right.

  • Beverley

    Timsmith – so carrying a 10 pound Bible, being a serial adulterer etc. makes you a christian … shame you are as gullible as the christians he cons. That is the difference between a christian and a Christian. Wake up!!

  • WilliamJamesWard

    A mirror cracks every day in the White House
    as Obama prays……………….William

  • John W. Wells

    Since we're on the subject of what makes a 'True' Christian, let's examine this shall we. Many of the 'so called' churches/religious organizations, are NOT christian at all. These are organizations that have just attached the title christian to their name. True Christianity began on the day of pentecost with the birth of the True Church. People(120) gathered in an upper room in Jerusalem(including Mary the mother of Jesus)to receive 'Power from on High' promised by Jesus. They were ALL filled with the Holy Ghost. All came down into the street speaking in tongues. The gathered Jews from surrounding nations heard them speak in their own language. Peter stepped forward and delivered the 1st sermon as a member of this new born Church. At the end of his sermon he issued a command for ALL to follow & OBEY(Acts 2:38).

  • John W. Wells

    NOT ALL so called churches are obeying this. Therefore, they will NEVER experience the TRUE power of GOD in their lives, because obeying this command is ABSOLUTELY necessary. If an individual doesn't OBEY this, then NONE of the Bible from Romans->Revelation is for them. Those were written to churches or members of the Church, and if this command is NOT OBEYED, then GOD has NOT placed you within the Church. As most who know anything about being a Christian, OBEDIENCE to GOD's WORD is EVERYTHING. I beseech ALL who read this to PLEASE OBEY Acts 2:38(kjv) so GOD will fulfill His Word in you and place you into the Church.