Obama Nation, Part 2

Compare the text of Obama’s A MORE PERFECT UNION speech (delivered Tuesday, March 18th, 2008 in Philadelphia, PA) to this:

Our country’s founding Revolution exalted the ideals of equality, justice, and democracy, of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness for all. Marxists have long hailed its progressive significance, while recognizing its historical limitations, chief of which was the failure to abolish slavery. The Communist Party today upholds the continuing struggle to realize these ideals. The revolutionary democratic traditions of the United States call for radical change when injustice, inequality, and exploitation become unbearably oppressive. This legacy gives us, the working class and its allies, the right and responsibility to build a new society. We advocate an expanded Bill of Rights to guarantee religious, political, and individual freedoms, but also freedom from poverty, hunger, joblessness, and racism.

Racism plays a particularly destructive role in the life of our country, imposing severely impoverished living standards on tens of millions of the specially oppressed, and lowering the quality of life for all workers. Racism harms all workers, obstructing the development of working-class consciousness, driving wedges in class unity to divert attention from class exploitation, and creating extra profits for the capitalist class. The Communist Party is unalterably opposed to all manifestations of racism, national oppression, U.S. national chauvinism, male supremacy, homophobia, and anti-Semitism, which are used by the enemies of progress to divide the working class and people’s forces. The principles of democracy, equality, justice, and class self-interest require a joint fight against all expressions of racism and gender oppression. We fight for full equality for all who suffer from racial, national, and gender oppression as an essential aspect of the unity that is basic to all social progress.

Where does the text of that quote come from? 


What “Change” does Barack Hussein Obama, Jr. “Hope” to make in this country? 

He won’t be honest about the answer to that question, but here is the answer.

Yes, an Obama Nation would be an Abomination.

P.S. To learn more about Barack Hussein Obama, Sr. and what Barack Hussein Obama, Jr. didn’t tell you in his book “Dreams From My Father”, click here.

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4 Responses to Obama Nation, Part 2

  1. I really enjoyed your comment over at the Mitt Romney HA thread. I didn’t follow the links yet, but Christians seem more and more vulnerable to buy into religions that really are just cults. Including, but not limited to the cult of Mormonism and the cult of Oprah. :)

  2. Natalie says:

    As a member of the LDS church, I first want to say that I appreciated your kindness in your post at HA. I also want to say that the vast majority of Mormons do not hate or even dislike other Christians (those who do are not living as they should). We also absolutely do NOT think that you are the spawn of Satan. It is true that we believe there is more to the Gospel than only the Bible, but we try to tell others about our beliefs out of love and because we want to share something that makes us happy. No member of the LDS church should ever try to force others to believe what we believe.

    I wanted to clarify a very, very important part of our doctrine. We believe that every one of us is a spiritual son or daughter of God the Father, but we believe that Jesus Christ is the ONLY BEGOTTEN SON of the Father (see John 3:16). There is a HUGE difference in that; because of this, Jesus is God, and that is why He was able to resurrect and why He was (is) perfect, and it’s also why He was able to atone for every single person.

    We consider ourselves Christian because we believe that Christ is our Savior. We obviously have differences in our doctrine, but we do believe that Jesus Christ is the Son of God, the Savior of the world, and the only one who can save us.

    I don’t usually try to clarify these things, people like Saint Olaf won’t listen either way. But I was impressed with your post because you seemed sincere rather than just spouting non-sense. I hope you found this interesting and that you take it into account.

    Thank you,

  3. Pingback: Evangelicals and Mormons Getting Along « I Took The Red Pill (and escaped the Matrix)

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