Yes We Can! Obama 2008!

This campaign stands for change. We can change Washington. Yes we can! Yes, we can change! He's asking us to believe. Not just in his ability to change Washington, but in our ability to change. Rainbows and sunshine and happy people and stuff, we feel good about ourselves because of him.


...and rainbows

What kind of American doesn't want to vote for sunshine and rainbows?

One of those ugly, mean conservatives, that's who.

But this man is transcendental, just listen to this speech:

"In the beginning, this Democratic Presidential campaign was a lonely one. But through the months, more and more people recognized him as a new leader. A man who will change the way this country is run. A confident man who can make our government opened and efficient. But above all, and understanding man who can make ours a government of the people once again. A leader for a change!"

Oh - wait a minute.

You thought that was an Obama speech? Umm...

Eh, oops, no, sorry, it's from an advertisement by the 1976 Presidential campaign of the disastrous Jimmy Carter administration:

Gah. Same old stuff rehashed again and again. "I'll change things! Change in Washington! I'll make you feel good about yourself!"**

**Just nevermind my lack of experience or the fact that you know very little of my policies, and pay no mind to my black racist, radical Islamic, anti-Israel friends. Vote for Obama in '08!"

Nothing new under the sun, folks.

Unfortunately, Obama is the anointed messiah of the political left here in America, not a soul is allowed to find fault with him or his politics. He will be President whether we like it or not, thanks in part to the fractured Republican base still sore over the lack of a real conservative.


  1. I was young when Jimmy was elected and we younguns were elated to have blue-jeans in the white house. Obama speaks to the youth in America much the same way. I hope it is not as disasterous as things got under Jimmy. Obama is more charismatic and a great speaker. It is hard not to get excited when one listens to him, even if you can't remember what it was that excited you! In that sense, he reminds me of Reagan who could make us all feel good about ourselves whether things were good or not so good. I don't lean to the left but it would be nice to have a president able to rally the nation again. I know some think he is the anti-christ but I'm not so sure about that and anyway, there are many anti-christs and I'm quite sure a few of them have been president of the U.S. What I do know for sure is that God gives us the president that we as a people deserve. I hope we don't deserve Obama and Hillary. That would be more than I can bear.

    Bob Barr is to be the Libertarian canidate this year so I'll probably be voting Libertarian. Then everyone can blame me and those like me for whoever gets in.

  2. I've said it before and I will say it again, The liberals want to take my money and give it to the poor. The conservative want to take my money and give it to the rich. Either way they want to take my money :-).

  3. @joy,

    He's not the anti-christ. Nor is he an extremist Muslim, as some folks conspiratorially theorize.

    He is a liberal Christian secularist with some anti-Torah policies.

    The thing about him that does worry me, and something that is empirically true, is that he has close friends and associates that hate the Jewish state.

    His pastor of 20 years spews vehement anti-Jewish rhetoric I've not heard outside of a Hitler speech; his church gave awards to the Louis Farrakhan, leader of the Nation of Islam here in the US. His biggest supporters are anti-Israel leftists, including the extremists over at, pro-abortion activists, mockers who's most significant contribution to the world is "Buck Fush" bumper stickers, hateful deceivers that wish to impeach folks they disagree with, Nation of Islam supporters, the evil CAIR organization, even certain Palestinian militants. Jeremiah Wright.

    Obama's flowery speeches soothe my worries -- just yesterday he gave a speech to AIPAC and made a statement of solidarity with Israel and an undivided Jerusalem -- but we cannot judge a man solely by his words. We must judge him also by his actions.

    And that is a mystery to me -- no one cares this man has only 1 term of experience in the Senate? What little time to judge his actions.

    And the few actions we are able to judge are not very reassuring; the man arguably has the left-most voting record of any Senator.

    You said,

    It is hard not to get excited when one listens to him, even if you can't remember what it was that excited you!

    I think that sums up Obama's attraction quite nicely.

    FWIW, I'm not really a Republican. I am so sick of politics. I sit back and watch the ugliness of it all. My allegiance isn't to this country.

  4. "My allegiance isn't to this country."

    Judah, as an immigrant from a not so nice country to the beautiful land of United States, I can tell you that you don't really know what you're saying. If there was a nation that deserves allegiance of it's citizens, it's United States. Not too mention that believers must to be good citizens of whatever country they live in and work for it's betterment. Just follow the example of Daniel or Joseph.

    BTW, even though your claimed Jewish ancestry is not recent enough to allow you to immigrate to Israel on a Law of Return basis, you can still move there and apply for naturalization after a number of years (if that's where your allegiance really and only lies - unless you're mean to speak in purely spiritual terms).

  5. Judah,

    I hate politics too and I think God allows them to give us a continual view of evil and how we ought not to behave as the children of God. I know it isn't that mess that holds the world together. Without God's Mercy, mankind would have done himself in long ago.

    All that you say about Obama is true and I'm not always so flipant but I will not be fearful so I make a joke out of it. Inside I am not always laughing.

    Another joke that I heard today: If Obama chooses Hillary as a running mate then we will have a new President, a Vice President that thinks she should be President, and an X-President that thinks he still is President!

    I'm afraid that is probably a laugh and cry joke too because it is so true!

    Keep looking up, Judah our redemption is much nearer than it was before!

  6. God’s Will
    From Letters From God and His Christ > Volume 7

    "God’s Will"

    3/7/08 From God the Father -
    For All Those Who Have Ears to Hear

    Thus says the Lord to the United States:

    Obama shall lead you, and by him shall My will and judgment against your nation be fulfilled, for all its forsaking of Me and My Israel. And so I have brought from among your enemy, even one from Ishmael, to rule over you for a time and a season, foreordained, until that foretold is accomplished, and the king of fierce countenance shall rule. Then, by that deception conceived of by your enemy and this transgressor, him being full of lofty and elevated words, lies, and dark speeches sold as hope, will it return against him ten-fold of the same, by him called “perdition”.

    Yet remember this: Nothing exists outside of Me, says the Lord...
    neither does anything continue outside My will.

    For even the evil of this present world is set within the confines of My will. Evil acts and brings forth of its own, yet is unaware that nothing is hidden before Me. Neither has anything come to pass, nor will be, that I have not already beheld.

    And this, oh arrogant and deceived generation, is why I said all was written and completed, even before the foundation of the world...

    For I am God!... THE GOD!...
    the God of Abraham, the God of Isaac,
    and the God of Jacob....

    The God of all, even of all that is known and unknown,
    the Creator of all things...

    The Everlasting, who is from everlasting to everlasting...

    I AM.