Obama Doesn’t Want to Win
I’m about to write a little blog piece where I advance this theory: Obama does not really want to win. You might protest that his ego will not allow him to even consider loosing, and though I understand that point, and concede it might be true, I tend to disagree.
Here’s why. You get everything an ex-president gets for just one term as president. A second term adds nothing. You are forever "Mr. President." You become free of the pressure, the criticism and the burning spot light, and you automatically become an "elder statesman." You get to make money. Lots of money. And I suspect socialist Barry loves his own pocketbook fat. You can start becoming more honest and open about your fundamentally un-American preferences, your love for all things U.N. and one-worldism. Your disdain for genuinely awful notions such as one man – one woman marriage, or obtaining oil from American sources. Although he already hits the talk show circuit like no other president before him, now, he can be on vacuous TV shows geared for 22 year olds with IQ’s of 95 – 7 days a week. Nothing quite like empty-eyed, mantra repeating zombies – youngsters with minds gushing with liberal pablum, fawning and fainting over every word of the gospel of the Obamassiah.
Yes, the Enmeshed Prince of Hot Air secretly wants to slip the confines of the White House and perhaps spend more time at the Bill Ayers house. You know, with his own kind. Radicals.
If God didn’t allow first century Christians to talk trash about the emperors then why would he look favorably on your open rebellion to His sovereignty regarding this president? What will He have to do to you to get you to humble yourself and bow your knee?
Stan, I do not know you, but this much I do know – you are no fan of the prophet Nathan. Remember how Nathan (in “open rebellion??”) “trashed” King David in 2 Samuel 12? I guess Samuel lacked humility.
I suppose the real enemy here is not my opposition to President Obama, but rather (what seems to be) your opposition to the whole concept of voting. Because if to advocate a vote against the incumbent is rebellion, and “talking trash” then on what Biblical basis does a Christian ever vote against a second term for any president? If in your world it is ipso facto a sin to advocate for a challenger over the incumbent or to observe the faults and failures of the current “emperor” – then might I suggest a one way ticket to Castro’s sweet “empire” of Cuba where such unbiblical notions as voting are eschewed and a feigned love of the “emperor” reigns supreme? Regards.
Interestingly written! Cheers
Yeah, I love those biblical terms of endearment for the Roman emperors like “the beast”.
Lots more golf and ESPN without all those annoying daily briefings.
Stan: I suppose it is your thesis that Christians ought not vote. I am not sure how else to interpret your comment. As to my “open rebellion” I wonder about Nathan’s “open rebellion” to God’s man – King David? (II Sam 12)
Perhaps you would be happier in a place where the “emperor” is more constant. Castro’s Cuba might work for you. NO messing voting there. No rejection of “God’s man.”
At the risk of blowing your world apart, have you considered that the vote may be God’s method of removing Emperor Obama? Give it some thought.
And finally, may I respectfully suggest that you monitor your own knees? That is the full time job God has given you. My knees are between Him and I, and my spiritual leadership. Regards