Will Evangelicals Vote for Obama/Biden?!

just curious? sound off, regardless of what faith you stand on. if so why, if not why not?!

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51 responses to “Will Evangelicals Vote for Obama/Biden?!

  1. I think evangelical Christians certainly will vote for Obama. The Rick Warren interview didn’t help him out though, in my opinion. He had some good points, including an immediate plan to pull out of the war, which happens to be a very popular idea right now. But he wasn’t polished and sharp. He seemed to have a lingering uncertainty about everything he was saying. I think his inexperience is what hurts him most. I heard an interesting point on the radio the other day: “If Obama would be Pro-Life he would almost certainly win the election, due to the republican swing votes.” I think that’s probably true. So many republicans are Pro-Life and it’s such a huge moral black/white issue.

  2. This “evangelical” is voting for Obama/Biden!

  3. I think the better question is…”Do you want to be cool and hip and edgy? Then vote for Obama/Biden!”

  4. I resent what jaydubbs said. It appears that he is making the assumption that people are voting for Obama strictly because they want to be “cool and hip.” It’s really unfortunate, I thought Jay was more open minded than that. A shame.

  5. WELL…Amanda, maybe you should educate us on why you’re voting for Obama/Biden…i don’t know Jays intentions.

  6. Haha, I figured that would go over well.

    That comment was not intended for anyone at all Amanda. I just feel like there are a lot of peeps out there that are voting for Obama because he’s younger, or because he’s using material/stances that lean more towards the younger generations, or because they want to be part of casting their vote for the first African-American president, etc., etc.

    For that matter…that’s precisely why I am INDEED being open-minded. Because I’m not going to vote for someone because everyone else is.

    Remember, it’s just an opinion of mine about a candidate for president and SOME of the people voting for him without researching for themselves why they are. Not a stab at you at all.

    Brian wanted to hear our thoughts so I gave mine…

  7. after reading both of his books and researching what exactly he means when he says “change” I decided I was going to vote for him…. oh, and because he is cool, hip, and would be the first african-american president

  8. Nope. This ‘evangelical’ isn’t looking to a political candidate to create change in the arena of social justice. I feel that social justice is the job of AMERICANS not our government.

    Our government is, in my opinion, supposed to look after our national protection and internal safety. Keep us safe and FREE. Our government should uphold the constitution – promote the general well being of it’s citizens.

    Obama/Biden have a much different plan – neuter and neutralize America. Repopularize our country on the world stage. Remove any form of moral law. Generate a “level economic playing-field” through socialistic (and dare I say, Marxist) tax inflictions. (ie. windfall profits taxes, unequal tax increases for the “rich” yet not the “poor”, financial reappropriation, etc)

    Not to mention unreasonable statements and actions in regards to increasing our national fuel production. He insists we continue to depend on foreign oil until the shift is made to a yet to be discovered universal “alternate fuel source”. Economic and potentially national security suicide.

    We don’t even need to mention abortion and gay marriage (GLBTA just announced that he has their support as the most “gay friendly” presidential candidate EVER) since we probably mostly agree there.

    Can I summarize by saying this. If we’re looking to Obama because of his stance on social “change” then we’re making a huge mistake. A president never has and never will enact sufficient policy to put a stop to social injustice (poverty, etc). This change need is in the hands of the PEOPLE. WE ARE the change we want to see. No politician will ever do what WE can do. The Kingdom of God is advancing, but not by pseudo-christian politicians or legislation, but by true and devoted followers of Jesus Christ!!!!!!! In God’s Kingdom there are no poor, nor fatherless, nor unloved…

    Evangelicals need to keep in mind the call we have to action – not one day and one vote – but continual, sacrificial, difficult, WORK. We don’t vote for a ‘Messiah’ – we represent One with our own hands and hearts.

    And that’s what I think. 😉

  9. I am the mother of three children who will be voting this November. My oldest son, 26, married and living in inner-city Philadelphi is working hard to get Obama in the White House. Another son, 24, small business owner, is voting McCain. My daughter 18 is undecided. I, personally, wanted to be a cool, hip pastor’s wife who voted for environment and social issues. But after working years with young women facing so many different issues, the one issue this evangelical can’t walk away from…the rights of the unborn…will trump all other issues. Sorry…no argument can justify a nation that has laws that make “women’s rights” greater than those of a child.

  10. @LightPlague… well said! be the change you want to see in the world…

  11. No to Obama/Biden.

    He fails my first two tests in a presidential candidate.
    – Is the candidate a moral person? After my research, looking at his votes, his speeches on the IL senate floor… I would say, no he is not.

    – Would the candidate be a good C.I.C, the primary responsibility of the POTUS? His stance on Iraq, his mixed stances on Iran/Russia, and his lengthy list of weapons that he won’t invest in or pursue, read like a dessert menu to those who would like nothing better than to crush the United States and end our freedoms.

    This might be why Nick labeled my blog the “Official Anti-Obama Blog”.

    🙂

  12. @Becky…preach it sista.

  13. Not voting for Obama. Nobama. 🙂 thank you.

  14. Good talk!

    I still want Ron Paul… 😦

  15. No, NO, NO…

    I believe he has ties with the Nation of Islam and Muslims. He is hiding this and when anyone questions him, he calls it racism. Why would he change his name if he is not Muslim?
    Radical Islam is infiltrating the US and Americans are turning a blind eye to it.

  16. The problem with the leftist agenda is that they are for the most part right on when it comes to identifying social issues. The problem is that I don’t believe that “Big Government is the solution to these issues. We can establish all kinds of programs that focus on the problems, but still never get to the root of why the problems exist.

    When I lived in New York City and was doing intercity ministry I saw first hand how this problem played itself out. I saw people become dependent on government programs and assistance, and very few took the opportunity to choose to make their life better. This problem is more complex then an aggressive social economic policy. (ie healthcare, money in schools etc.) This problem is rooted in Family values, moral values and cycle of dependency.

    Beyond that I don’t personally think Obama is qualified to handle foreign politics or economic politics at the national level, but I think that his character is the biggest question mark for me.

  17. Obama president? It’s like, if a person(one of ur parents) have a brain tumor, do wethink we have self confidence to bring that person to a newly license surgeon/doctor. What if that surgeon has less than 6-months practising his career. I DON’T THINK SO!

  18. he has a grandeur dream that “will NEVER happen”….he should know those details how to achieve his dream…he’s expecting santa claus & alladin to make hallucination come true…..

  19. Palin is more than qualified than Obama(city coordinator then only 145 days being senator) compare to Palin w/c became mayor then 2-years being governor. DNC was a circus!!!!…performers like bon jovi, kanye west, sheryl crow, michael mcdonald & many more. what a motivation to attract people to attend democrats convention…be ashamed to your die party!

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  21. 21 yr old female — *no*bama.
    we don’t need a change, we need structure. change is up to people personally.

  22. If MISTAKES are the basis:

    Obama – about his brother in Nairobi if the choosen one is really a symphatizer to poor people – why can’t he HELP his own brother?

    Biden – his family’s accident during 70’s , we assumed he was the driver during that accident. You think we can also blame him for that?

    Obama is dreaming to be the president of the most powerful country – USA……not to fast mr. B.O.

  23. Are these democratic-liberals saying that a WOMEN have no right/rules in governing a society?

    Obama is a LIAR & accuser.

  24. Onlydbest 4 American

    base on FACTS:

    Our country needs a real CHANGE. First time also to have a woman FRESH candidate for the 2nd highest rank in our society. Why not try and vote for Mccain-Palin.

    On the other side for Obama – change also can be possible but the thing is due to lack of experience. He pick Biden – change I don’t think so. He’s in the senate longer than Mccain – of course the compass(Biden) will be followed.

    Who’s the most flip-flopper of the 4?

  25. A lot of question for Palin if she become the VP how will she handle her family & Washington post.

    WOMEN are not only for house chores, nanny, bridesmaid!….Have right & rules also to manage in society…

    Don’t waste ur time answering these non-sense topic creating by these liberal/leftist…JUST BRING UR VOTE on November for the candidates whom you feel DOING the right thing for the country. People are not fool…!

    yes or no = PRESENT (to be safe) what a flip-flopper? black on Monday – white Tusday?!…*’^

    he will say anything just to get votes….hehehehehe..

  26. I know this thread is long dead but still–just wanted to say I will be voting for Obama. And I definitely consider universal health care to to be in the same area of moral weight as abortion. 18,000 people die each year in the United States that don’t have to die because they don’t have health insurance or access to health care. A death is a death, and an unborn baby and a full grown adult are both human and precious to God.

    People in the U.S. let fear of the unknown prejudice them against universal health care when every other developed country has it. Everyone is afraid of paying higher taxes but some things are worth paying higher taxes for. Universal single-payer health care works for everybody, and Christians need to explore it with an open mind, especially since it is a right to life issue.

  27. Cody and I had an interesting conversation on our way to church yesterday morning. He asked me which view is more in line with biblical principles: liberal or conservative. I plan to blog about it later, but for now, I just have to say that I don’t believe that Jesus ever looked to the government of his day to alleviate social injustices, or what could be perceived as a social injustice. He looked to his followers to do so. I don’t remember Him saying, “Hey, Caesar, would you do something about these sick people already?” or, “Caesar, how can you let these people make so much more money than those people?! IT’S SO UNFAIR! Everyone should have the same amount of everything. Fix it.” Instead, I think he said, “give to Caesar what is his” and went on to call each of us personally, individually, to reach out and be his hands and feet. He asked us to respect the government and to do good to those around us. I think that what we DO in His name is a much more powerful testament to our faith than the approach of voting into office someone who will take our resources and distribute them as they see fit.

    That is not justice. That is socialism.

    Also, on a side note, I honestly fail to understand how so many can call themselves Christians and support a candidate who fights for abortion rights. I know it is such a singular issue, but like Becky stated, if McCain were pro-choice, I don’t know if I could vote at all. Liberals would retort that comment by saying, “Then how can you call yourself a Christian and support war of any kind?!” Well, because the military is voluntary. Our men and women who join the armed forces are more brave than you and I will ever be, and if you don’t support the mission, then you don’t support the troops. But at least they got to choose their life’s path (which I would hope does not include ignorance to the fact that if they join the military, then they might go to war…). Our soldiers do not go out of their way to kill innocent civilians or torture those opponents in captivity (that would be classified as a war crime). They are there to fight enemies who perform those exact atrocities, against us or any other nation, and they are deliberate to avoid collateral damage. If that isn’t seeking a form of justice, then I don’t know what is. This is MUCH more than I can say for the unborn child of a mother exercising her “right to choose.” THAT is unbiblical to the core.

    I love Sarah Palin because she brings strong conservative values to an otherwise weak candidacy. If only more people were able to see the benefits of conservatism as opposed to putting blind faith in our government to solve the biggest issues of our time.

  28. Running for a president but everytime he open his mouth – it’s like listening to a little child. Act like a man /true candidate – and DON’T BE A WHINER!!!…..Focus with Mccain since u are running for president and NOT for Palin (also people/commentator who don’t like him) – be ashamed to urself….

    Don’t under estimate the american people. It’s only campaign he’s managing right now – what more if he becomes the president?

    Righteuosness and Honesty shall be prevailed.

  29. Andrea is a genius. Couldn’t agree more.

    I’ve been thinking about the cultural shift on war as well – I’m not sure when it happened – but it seems like people have begun to apply universal moral code to everything. Is it possible that Jesus taught us a proper behavior as INDIVIDUALS but that there is a slightly different code for the behavior of a country?

    War casualties are not considered MURDER in the Bible, but that’s all we hear from the media/liberal types anymore – “we’re over there murdering innocent people in the name of national security”. I think not.

    St. Augustine theorized “Just War” after much prayer and contemplation – yet we never hear about justice anymore unless it’s self-deppricating about how we’re such an “evil” (another term that only applies to us) force in the world.

    Miller has brought to light the fact that there are two “one-issue” points for Christians: abortion & poverty. The dems have one and the repubs have one. Thus the reason there is such a division developing in the Christian world. But I believe, as Andrea said, that Jesus and the Kingdom of God transcends this – and thus we have to vote against what we feel is the greatest evil that should be addressed and that we have less of a say in.

    The whole thing is pretty strange.

  30. P.S. Cynthia. You can’t, in right conscience, say that the fatal extraction of a baby from the womb and an adult dying from failure to go to a doctor is the same. Murder is murder and death by disease and “lack of health care” is NORMAL.

    Consider history. Western countries now have the longest lifespan we’ve seen in thousands of years. We are so spoiled and out of touch with death (myself included) that we think we are ENTITLED to the longest life drugs and surgeries can afford us. AND we think the government is responsible to make sure we live longer? (say that a few times in your head – it gets more and more silly each time)

    What we ARE, as humans and American citizens, entitled to LIFE, plain and simple. If a person is conceived, they should have the PROTECTED RIGHT to have a chance at life. No one should be allowed to take that life away from them before they’ve had a chance to live it. (sorry, not even the mom)

    How about this: when the entire world has equal access to a good hospital THEN I’ll fight for health-care. But for now, let the babies live and let the circle of life go on as it was intended.

    We are so spoiled and we only want more. So sad. God help us.

  31. LightPlague, I couldn’t agree with you more.
    For anyone who feels they have researched and support a socialist healthcare system, as someone who lived in Canada for a few short years, let me make a suggestion: don’t buy it until you try it.
    That statement can actually sum up my feelings toward the Obama/Biden campaign as well – as a software engineer and Christian for the last 15 of my short 31 years, I have found that “truth” is relative to some people – and a campaign based on promises and hope does not stand up to a campaign that has history, facts and meat on it’s bones.

  32. Yes this evangelical, bible reading, spirt filled christian will vote for Obama/Biden. After listening to the desperate bold faced lies of Mccain and Palin in the last few days, I have concluded that Obama had best represented the teachings of our Lord Jesus among all of them. He has not stooped to conquer. He cares for the least of us and continues to talk about how this Country can be healed and unified by finding common ground. On the other hand, I am completely disgusted with how Palin who calls herself a Christian stood up there at the Republican convention disparaging Obama and repeating things she knows not to be true. This is why many non christians see us as hypocrites trying to only use the bible for our own ends. It does not help us in witnessing to others and bringing others into the fold. Besides God is not a one issue voter or he would never have called Moses who was a murderer or David who was an adulterer and murderer to lead his people. So in my view abortion is not the only reason in the world to vote for someone. Also although abortion is absolutely wrong, nobody has the right to tell someone elso what to do with their own body. We can only help them understand why it is wrong. Remember ……..Love never fails!

  33. Since investigations are on-going for Palin’s previous connections/experiences….Just to make it FAIR, the republican side should also initiate investigation about Obama’s past to see if those accusations are true or Not.

    Yeah, why not?

  34. I was going to vote for Obama, until came across this article. I changed my mine.

    PLEASE READ:
    New evidence has emerged that Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama was closely associated as early as age 25 to a key adviser to a Saudi billionaire who had mentored the founding members of the Black Panthers.

    In a videotaped interview this year on New York’s all news cable channel NY1, a prominent African-American businessman and political figure made the curious disclosures about Obama. (See Video Clip Below)

    Percy Sutton, the former borough president of Manhattan, off-handedly revealed the unusual circumstances about his first encounter with the young Obama.

    “I was introduced to (Obama) by a friend who was raising money for him,” Sutton told NY1 city hall reporter Dominic Carter.

    “The friend’s name is Dr. Khalid al-Mansour, from Texas,” Sutton said. “He is the principal adviser to one of the world’s richest men. He told me about Obama.”

    [Editor’s Note: Read the Newsmax Article “Who Is Khalid al-Mansour?” Go Here Now].

    Sutton, the founder of Inner City Broadcasting, said al-Mansour contacted him to ask a favor: Would Sutton write a letter in support of Obama’s application to Harvard Law School?

    “He wrote to me about him,” Sutton recalled. “And his introduction was there is a young man that has applied to Harvard. I know that you have a few friends up there because you used to go up there to speak. Would you please write a letter in support of him?”

    Sutton said he acted on his friend al-Mansour’s advice.

    “I wrote a letter of support of him to my friends at Harvard, saying to them I thought there was a genius that was going to be available and I certainly hoped they would treat him kindly,” Sutton told NY1.

    Sutton did not say why al-Mansour was helping Obama, how he discovered him, or from whom he was raising money on Obama’s behalf.

    A Sutton aide told Newsmax that Sutton, 88, is ailing and is unlikely to do additional TV interviews in the near future. The aide could not provide additional comment for this story.

    As it turned out, Obama did attend Harvard Law School after graduating from Columbia University in New York and doing a stint as a community organizer in Chicago.

    The New York Times described how transformative his Harvard experience became for the young Obama: “He arrived there as an unknown, Afro-wearing community organizer who had spent years searching for his identity; by the time he left, he had his first national news media exposure, a book contract and a shot of confidence from running the most powerful legal journal in the country.”

    The details of Obama’s academic performance are well known: At Harvard, Obama rose to academic distinction becoming the editor of the Harvard Law Review and graduating magna cum laude.

    Less known are the reasons al-Mansour, an activist African-American Muslim, would be a key backer for a young man from Hawaii seeking to attend the most Ivy of the Ivy League law schools.

    Khalid al-Mansour a.k.a. Don Warden

    In an exclusive interview with Newsmax from his home in San Antonio, Texas, al-Mansour said he would not comment specifically on the statement by Percy Sutton because he was afraid anything he said would get “distorted.”

    “I was determined I was never going to be in that situation,” he said. “Bloggers are saying this is the new Rev. Wright — in drag! — and he is a nationalist, racist, and worse than Rev. Wright. So any statement that I made would only further this activity which is not in the interest of Barack.”

    But in the lengthy interview, al-Mansour confirmed that he frequently spoke on university campuses, including Columbia, where Percy Sutton suggested he met Obama in the late 1980s, and confirmed his close relationship with Prince Alwaleed.

    “I am not surprised to learn about this,” said Niger Innis, spokesman of the Congress of Racial Equality (CORE). “It is clear that Barack Obama’s ties to the left are familial, generational, and have lasted for several years.” Innis is scheduled to address the Republican Convention in St. Paul, Minn at 7:43 PM Eastern time on Thursday.

    Although many Americans have never heard of Khalid Abdullah Tariq al-Mansour (his full name), he is well known within the black community as a lawyer, an orthodox Muslim, a black nationalist, an author, an international deal-maker, an educator, and an outspoken enemy of Israel.

    A graduate of Howard University with a law degree from the University of California, al-Mansour sits on numerous corporate boards, including the Saudi African Bank and Chicago-based LaGray Chemical Co. LaGray, which was formed to do business in Africa, counts former Nigerian President General Abdusalam Abubakar on its advisory board.

    He also sits on the board of the non-profit African Leadership Academy, along with top McCain for President adviser Carly Fiorina, and organized a tribute to the President of Ghana at the Clinton White House in 1995, along with pop star Michael Jackson.

    But his writings and books are packed with anti-American rhetoric reminiscent of the Rev. Jeremiah Wright, Obama’s disgraced former pastor.

    In a 1995 book, “The Lost Books of Africa Rediscovered,” he alleged that the United States was plotting genocide against black Americans.

    The first “genocide against the black man began 300 years ago,” he told an audience in Harlem at a book-signing, while a second “genocide” was on the way “to remove 15 million Black people, considered disposable, of no relevance, value or benefit to the American society.”

    In the 1960s, when he founded the African American Association in the San Francisco Bay area, he was known as Donald Warden.

    According to the Social Activism Project at the University of California at Berkley, Warden, a.k.a. Khalid al-Mansour, was the mentor of Black Panther Party founder Huey Newton and his cohort, Bobby Seale.

    Newton later had a falling out with Warden, who was described in a 1994 book as “the most articulate spokesperson for black nationalism” at the time.

    The falling out wasn’t purely political, according to author Hugh Pearson.

    “Sometimes Newton and the other members of (Warden’s) security detail got into fights with young whites who didn’t like what Warden had to say about whites. Rather than ‘throw down’ along with the security detail, Warden refused to fight,” Pearson wrote in “Shadow of the Panther: Huey Newton and the Price of Black Power in America.”

    U.S. Rep. Barbara Lee of California entered an official statement of appreciation of Warden and his Black Panther colleagues in the African-American Association in the Congressional Record on April 23, 2007.

    “Among the founding members (of the Association) were community leaders such as Khalid Al-Mansour (known then as Don Warden); future Judges Henry Ramsey and Thelton Henderson; future Congressman and Oakland Mayor Ron Dellums, and future Black Panthers Huey Newton and Bobby Seale,” the Democratic representative’s statement said.

    Al-Mansour’s more recent videotaped speeches focus on Muslim themes, and abound with anti-Semitic theories and anti-Israel vitriol.

    “Today, the Palestinians are being brutalized like savages,” he told an audience in South Africa. “If you protest you will go to jail, and you may be killed. And they say they are the only democratic country in the Middle East. … They are lying on God.”

    He accused the Jews of “stealing the land the same way the Christians stole the land from the Indians in America.”

    The Saudi Connection

    But al-Mansour’s sponsorship of Obama as a prospective Harvard law student is important for another reason beyond his Islamic and anti-American rhetoric and early Black Panther ties.

    At the time Percy Sutton, a former lawyer for Malcolm X and a former business partner of al-Mansour, says he was raising money for Obama’s graduate school education, al-Mansour was representing top members of the Saudi Royal family seeking to do business and exert influence in the United States.

    In 1989, for example — just one year after Obama entered Harvard Law School — The Los Angeles Times revealed that al-Mansour had been advising Saudi billionaires Abdul Aziz and Khalid al-Ibrahim in their secret effort to acquire a major stake in prime oceanfront property in Marina del Rey, Calif., through “an elaborate network of corporate shells in California, the Caribbean and Europe.”

    At the same time, he was also advising Prince Alwaleed bin Talal in his U.S. investments, and sits on the board of his premier investment vehicle, Kingdom Holdings.

    Prince Alwaleed, 53, is the nephew if King Abdallah of Saudi Arabia. Forbes magazine ranked him this year as the 19th richest person on the planet, with a fortune in excess of $23 billion. He owns large chunks of Citigroup and News Corp., the holding company that controls Fox News.

    He is best known in the United States for his offer to donate $10 million to help rebuild downtown Manhattan after the 9/11 attacks. But after the prince made a public comment suggesting that U.S. policies had contributed to causing the attacks, Mayor Rudy Giuliani handed back his check.

    “I entirely reject that statement,” Giuliani said. “There is no moral equivalent for this (terrorist) act. There is no justification for it. The people who did it lost any right to ask for justification for it when they slaughtered 4,000 or 5,000 innocent people.”

    Since then, Prince Alwaleed’s Kingdom Foundation has given millions of dollars to Muslim charities in the United States, including several whose leaders have been indicted on terrorism-related charges in federal courts.

    He also has given tens of millions of dollars to Harvard and other major U.S. universities, to establish programs in Islamic studies.

    The casual statement by Percy Sutton to NY1 is the first time anyone has hinted at a relationship between Obama and the Saudi royal family.

    Although al-Mansour glosses over his ties to the Saudi mega-billionaire in some of his public talks, he has represented the Saudi’s interests in the United States, in Britain, and in Africa for more than a quarter century, according to public records.

    He told Newsmax that he has personally introduced Prince Alwaleed to “51 of the 53 leaders of Africa,” traveling from country to country on the Saudi prince’s private jet.

    He knows virtually every black leader in America, from the business community, to community activists, to the worlds of politics and entertainment.

    When Michael Jackson was on the ropes in the mid-1990s following a series of lawsuits by the parents of children accusing him of sexual abuse, al-Mansour introduced him to Prince Alwaleed, whose Kingdom Entertainment signed a joint venture with Jackson in 1996.

    “Jackson and Alwaleed became pals in 1994, when a mutual friend from Alwaleed’s college days in California arranged a lunch meeting aboard the prince’s yacht in Cannes,” Time magazine reported about the new partnership in 1997.

    The mutual friend was al-Mansour.

    “As a black American, I am exceedingly proud at the American people’s response to Barack Obama’s candidacy,” said CORE’s Niger Innis. “But to deny that he has long-standing ties to left-wing elements in our polity is to deny reality. If you want to be president of the United States, it is not racism if you ask these kind of questions, and he has to come up with an answer, hopefully the truth.”

    Sutton gives no clues as to why al-Mansour would be raising money to help Obama go to law school. Obama has said during his campaign that he paid his way through Harvard with student loans.

    For Jesse Lee Peterson, founder of the Los Angeles-based Brotherhood Organization of a New Destiny (BOND), these latest revelations about Obama’s ties to Saudi financiers were an important wake-up call.

    “To me, this opened up more questions about Barack Obama and his relationship to the Muslim world,” Peterson told Newsmax.

    “A lot of people are caught up with the emotional aspect of Barack Obama, the movie star aspect, the false promises that he’s going to take care of everyone and their Mama.”

    But when the full story of Obama’s ties to radical preachers such as Wright and to black Muslim leader Louis Farrakhan comes out, Peterson believes that Obama’s star power will fade.

    “I think there’s more to this story and to Barack Obama than we realize,” Peterson said. “As all the truth comes out before the election, I don’t think he has a chance. I can’t see American’s taking that kind of risk.”

    The Obama campaign did not respond to requests for comment.

    Percy Sutton Reveals Association Between Khalid al-Mansour and Obama at Age 2

  35. you cannot be a christian—evangeligal and vote for obama and biden. the spirit inside would give you decernment and wisdom. you cannot vote for a pro life leader and still face jesus and say , i thought he was the best for the country. jesus was a “man of war”, meaning he fight evil and darkness–those in iraq had no gospel preached to them. God wants all to be saved and will do what is necessary to let the message out. if you vote for obama , i can tell you right now you dont know the real Jesus and dont read his word.

  36. 75% false advertisement from Obama’s campaign and I think it’s working. By the time if he’s the president – do we think he’ll be able to MANIPULATE everything. YES he can! We can see it right now the situation – he’s still not the president but you can see his influence.

    Imagine if he’s ALREADY the president. Don’t wait for that time. There’s a saying ” TELL ME WHO YOUR FRIENDS ARE and I WILL TELL YOU WHO YOU ARE”….Righteousness & honesty shall be prevailed and NOT the opposite.

  37. I agree with pam,but let’s take it one step further, He Obama said qouted from an article from a campaign stop! Senator Barack Obama has told an audience that although he believes Christ died for his sins, those who reject that teaching can also be children of God.
    Senator Obama told the audience that he believes he “can have everlasting life” because Jesus Christ died for his sins. But he then told a questioner that he believes Jews and Muslims who live moral lives are just as much “children of God” as he is. (listen to audio clip)
    The Illinois Democrat added that his late mother didn’t share his faith but was a kind and generous person, so he’s “sure she’s in heaven.” (listen to audio clip)So taken from his own words you do not have to except christ to go to heaven! How can anyone who calls themselves a christian or a born again child of god,born again because jesus is the way the truth and the light and no one can come to the father but thru me (being jesus) vote for anyone who blatantly states the opposite and claims to be a christian!
    whether he white,black or any other color. Don’t just take my words for it look it up yourselves! please wake up people!

  38. Obama was not interested going to the white house earlier for the bailout because he doesn’t want to be BLAMED for the negative result of this economy bailout. People wants to see Obama what/where SIDE he is (only option are Yes or No) there’s no PRESENT for this votation…..

    This person is hiding everything from the public(birth certificate, medical exam’n, his brother, relation to the radicals, name it……)

  39. It just amazes me how people support these 2 jokes of incompetent candidates in McCain and Palin. If you want to talk about the anti-Christ, try targeting them because they are such liars through their teeth just to get into the white house and ruin even more our country and the credibility of the Republican party. I can tell you right now, if you vote for McCain, you’re even further out away from Jesus and DEFINITELY don’t read the word.

  40. show me the scripture ! show me the word where it is ok to sleep with the same sex as in marriage show me the word that say’s murder is ok depending on the circumstance other than when god said to go and take the head of the giant! that’s the problem with those that want Obama they are looking for any word that will fit what they want that will usher in there messiah of change.Change is coming one way or the other and i truly hope you know christ as your lord and and savior not just as traditon!

  41. Why Obama’s side insist on early voting? If they really for FAIR & TRUTH voting system – what is their real objectives about this?

    I heard also that some cities in U.S. encouraging
    teens with 15, 16 & 17 yrs. old to register and vote – fraudaulent election like on THIRD WORLD country. It’s SCARY administration to be!

  42. Are these people like Rev. Jeremiah Wright, Tony Rezko and William Ayers coincidence acquainted to Barack Obama. From millions of people here in U.S. – Obama accidentally tied to this people?!”‘:}……

    What do you think people of America?

  43. If Obama doing the attack it’s fine almost of the time. But If Mccain attacked it’s NOT good for his campaign – what?!;'”….(told by the leftist democrats)

    Obama’s side are flipping to this attack about relation to radicals. PLEASE KEEP THE ATTACK.

  44. Leftist democrats doesn’t need these supporter ACORN if they really feel assured that they’ll gonna win this coming November election.

    WE NEED CLEAN and FAIR ELECTION.

  45. I have prayed and prayed under my roof of the home I made and worked to have my husband & I work very hard to be farmers and grow crops for the american way, we pay high dollar fuel and chemicals and take this many miles to sell and for what, we leave mother nature in God’s hands, and this isn’t good sometimes.
    We are firm believers, Barrack Obama should stand firm for this position of President, this takes guts and glory, my husband served 4 years in the Vietiam war and he came back in Red-White-Blue for his country, now our man is
    “Obama”.
    Comment from our daughter 30 years of age, Where was Palin when her daughter was in volved now conceived with a boy, and how long.This looks bad for teenage boys and girls,shame……….

  46. I think christians, of which I am one, need to get off their high horse and realize that Jesus Christ is neither republican or democrat, what does He think of this campaign,? I think Barack Obama IS the man of the hour, that he has the heart that is needed to overcome the apathy in our nation. Christians pray and think, God will put McCain in there, what if McCain is deceptive to the core, like Bush has been. When will evangelicals wake up and stop voting for someone just because they say they are a christian?, the bible says “You will know them by their fruit>”. Baracks fruit looks alot better to me than McCains,who committed adultery with HIS first wife

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