Make way for the Messiah!
This apparently is the new mantra for these grotesque and hideous post-election times.
Barack Hussein Obama is not only not denying his Messiahship, he’s basking in the new role cast for him by gloating supporters.
At Sunday’s Soul Train awards, Obama was nominated as “Our Lord and Savior” by Oscar-winning actor/comedian Jamie Foxx, who was answered by a wildly cheering throng.
The YouTube showing the cheering throngs to Foxx’s naming Obama “Our Lord and Savior” was mysteriously removed from the Internet yesterday morning.
Today comes news of artist Michael D’Antuono’s painting of a smirking Obama hanging from a crucifix on display until Dec. 15 at Boston’s Bunker Hill Community College Art Gallery.
The painting, depicting Obama as Jesus Christ with a crown of thorns around his head and his arms outstretched like Christ himself when he was crucified, is Obama as Jesus Attempt Number Two.
D’Antuono calls his painting, “Truth”.
No true Christian—including a reelected president—would ever allow the term “Our Lord and Savior” or a painting of himself smirking from Christ’s crucifix to stand.
But there thus far has been no comment from the White House to try to set the record straight.
The Obama on the Cross artist, told Fox News that his “First Amendment rights should override someone’s hurt feelings.”
“We should celebrate the fact that we live in a country where we are given the freedom to express ourselves,” he said. (Foxnews Nov 26, 2012)
Unless the United Nations is successful in its bid to take over the Internet at meetings set for next week, we on the world web have the same privilege with “the freedom to express ourselves”.
This leads Canada Free Press (CFP) to ask a question on the minds of millions of Christians: “Mr. Obama, why do you allow yourself to be presented as our Lord and Savior?”
“Does hearing yourself called “Our Lord and Savior” at a public gathering;does seeing your image smirking from Christ’s Cross not offend your Christian sensibilities?”
Since there’s been no rebuttal to an Obama presented as Jesus Christ, some of us assume that the new mantra for the next four years must be making way for the Messiah.
This means that those in the blogosphere should stop calling Michelle Obama, ‘Moochelle’ and re-christen her ‘Mrs. Messiah’.
Messiah daughters are now ‘Mini Messiah 1’ and ‘Mini Messiah 11’. Obama’s long suffering mother-in-law is now ‘Mama Messiah’.
In this new era of post-election Messiahship, Mrs. Messiah will be temporarily leaving aside the Cabbage Caboose she’s been driving through school cafeterias, to apply her full attention to making upcoming Inaugural festivities as demoralizing and demeaning as possible.
The point they will be driving home is not only is Obama your possible lifetime president, uncrowned king of the world, he’s your newly-cast Messiah.
Mrs. Messiah will have Hollywood and its props with which to further expand the Messiah spin etched in stone.
Will the Obamas be introduced amid plumes of smoke from burning background fires, or will they just glide to center stage over water? Will any of the Messiahs be wearing horns?
Will Steven Spielberg, George Clooney and Tom Hanks be made to make a show of washing Messiah Obama’s feet?
Obama’s swearing in ceremony will be the Big Gloat Event if only to get even with the loathed 50% of Americans who did not cast their votes for BHO.
But some of us take comfort in knowing that no matter how hard the First Messiah Family tries Saul Alinsky-style “demean, demoralize, depress” tactics on the masses, many of those at their mercy will be wearing the same look that Obama depicts on the cross: ‘The One’s’ big smirk.
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Judi McLeod is an award-winning journalist with 30 years’ experience in the print media. A former Toronto Sun columnist, she also worked for the Kingston Whig Standard. Her work has appeared on Rush Limbaugh, Newsmax.com, Drudge Report, Foxnews.com, and Glenn Beck.
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