They Still Think He’s Jesus

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Thanks to alert 5th Listener for pointing out this Reuters photo of Obama as Jesus. I’ll add it to my collection. That’s a real art project over there.And look down there. There’s Obama’s teleprompter at tonight’s news conference.

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21 thoughts on “They Still Think He’s Jesus

  1. Still smarting that the Republican Party lost so badly, ey? Yeah, people really love President Obama. I guess it must make you all so sad that George Bush along with the GOP is so hated by the World. Oh well, live and learn. The Republican Party can’t make it’s mind up if it is a national party or just a local clan of angry white people.

  2. Of course there would be a teleprompter there, homey is lost without it.

    I wonder if he needs it too when snuggling next to Michelle so he knows what to say and when?

    Charismatic leaders as this have brought much dispair throughout history.

    Recall all the cries from the neo-coms on Bush grabbing power? He never sought the power to seize private businesses.

  3. Cosmic Man: I believe Nobama is “THIS ONE” (pictured to the right).
    The Hammer & Sickle fits all you COMRADES perfectly.

  4. The love is fading rather fast as people realize that they didn’t elect a rational moderate but, rather, the personification of liberal Democrats’ flaws.

  5. Well, you’ve now achieved complete political irrelevancy, congratulations. The views reflected here, including the racism (Manning’s video) represent maybe 20-25% of American citizens and probably only 10-15% of those in Oregon. You think not? Well, draft Ms. Taft to run for governor on the political views and ideas posted here, and see how far she gets.

    So we can just sit back and laugh at, not with, posts like this.

    And it’s rather ironic, coming from baptized members in the Cult of Reagan, to suggest folks are worshiping Obama, don’t you think?

    But I shouldn’t be too hard on all the cons here: you’re providing a valuable service to the country by shoving your party over a far-right cliff, running around with your hair on fire screaming that Obama is, wait, let me get this right, a communist, socialist, anti-christ, mac-daddy, zebra, non-citizen, terrorist, Moslem, fascist, etc, etc, etc. It is all so pathetic and infinitely amusing.

    This place reeks of political desperation. You had your shot, and you blew it.

    But please don’t stop all of this searing political insight and brilliant cultural commentary: we need the laughs.

  6. Earlier this month, former Vice President Dick Cheney attacked President Obama, saying his policies raise the risk of another terror attack in the U.S.

    However, last week, former President Bush rebuked his former VP. I love my country a lot more than I love politics. I am not going to spend my time criticizing him(Obama), he said. He deserves my silence. Last night during her appearance on the Tonight Show, former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice sided with Bush:

    RICE: My view is, we got to do our way. We did our best. We did some things well, some things not so well. Now they get their chance. And I agree with the president; we owe them our loyalty and our silence while they do it. These are quality people. I know them. They love the country and they won’t make the same decisions, perhaps, that we did. But I believe they will do what they think is best for the country.

  7. The Republican Party can’t make it’s mind up if it is a national party or just a local clan of angry white people.

    That is not the case. More lies, this is the best the left can do, lie. I am an American of ethnic descent, thank you very much. Oh and why is it that you describe us as angry and yourselves as patriotic? PFFFT.

    you’re providing a valuable service to the country by shoving your party over a far-right cliff, running around with your hair on fire screaming that Obama is, wait, let me get this right, a communist, socialist, anti-christ, mac-daddy, zebra, non-citizen, terrorist, Moslem, fascist, etc, etc, etc. It is all so pathetic and infinitely amusing.

    Thank you Ms. Monroe. If you could be any more left you would fall into the ocean.

    But please don’t stop all of this searing political insight and brilliant cultural commentary: we need the laughs.

    Oh thank you so much for your permission.

    Do you know you have a picture of a child molester for your avatar? Oh yeah, just more insight for ya Ms. Monroe.

  8. Actually, the views here represent a significant majority of American citizens, Miles, but you only see what you believe. As to running Victoria for governor with conservative ideas in an extremely liberal state… say, aren’t you the fellow who repeatedly babbles about the national party then uses the highly liberal state of Oregon as an example of how the entire nation feels? If so, don’t forget: Oregon isn’t the United States and, in fact, its idealogical makeup represents a minority so it’s a really really bad measuring stick for the entire country.

    Actually, no. The “Cult of Reagan” regards Ronald W. Reagan as the most successful conservative president in memory who personifies what can be achieved by a principled and articulate conservative candidate on the national level. We cite his statements on various matters because they are a highly articulate expression of our philosophies. On the other hand, Obama is practically worshipped as a religious figure, the source of salvation, the one who can wave an almighty hand and cause the troubles of the nation to magically go away. There’s a difference between regarding someone as the ideal representative of your beliefs and worshipping someone as if he’s a divine being.

    And Obama is providing a valuable service to conservatives by demonstrating, by example, why it’s unwise to let a leftist access the levers of power. Whereas we are simply offering ideas for your blinder-clad ridicule, Obama is demonstrating the severe and nearly tyrannical flaws of the mirror image of our beliefs. It is without question that Obama himself is a Marxist based upon his expressed beliefs although this isn’t exactly saying that he’s evil or anything… it simply is an identification of his belief system, much like calling someone a Hindu or Christian associates them with a certain set of beliefs. He is not a communist, anti-christ, mac-daddy, zebra, non-citizen, terrorist, Muslim, or fascist since none of those titles accurately represents his belief system, his legal status, or his particular inclinations (or, for that matter, his species).

    Republicans had their shot and blew it… for now. Conservatives, however, didn’t “blow” anything since the Republicans who were tossed out of office face first with the rest following emphatically DID NOT follow the dictates of the conservative worldview which is why they are no longer in office. They did the equivalent of trying to get elected mayor of San Francisco while spitting on gays: they tried to keep their elected positions by rejecting the people whose votes would keep them there.

  9. That’s all very interesting, Rightwingwacko. A couple of moderate Republicans repudiated the opinion of a conservative Republican. How, precisely, is this news? Moderates are usually terrified of the prospect that a conservative might wreck their carefully-cultivated weakness by speaking hard truths.

  10. Out of curiousity, Witchy Woman… who IS that photo of then? I had assumed that Miles was using a picture of himself as his avatar since that is what me and Lew do.

  11. huh,
    These pictures do not originate from people who consider Obama to be any sort of messiah. These pictures, most likely, originate from people who want to make fun of people by stating that those people consider Obama a messiah.
    There is quite a difference.
    But it is not that hard to spot.

  12. To Keith Moore, that would be Woody Allen who had charges brought against him in 1992 for molestation of his and Mia Farrow’s adopted daughter.

  13. Miles

    “But please don’t stop all of this searing political insight and brilliant cultural commentary: we need the laughs.”

    Nice to hear your compliments about the blog’s brilliant commentary and insight.

    So unexpected from someone of your “iconic” political status who demonstrates such astute political contempt, haughty humor and supercilious relevance, not of course suggesting arrogance.

    However, if its laughs you want, I would suggest you loiter around the White House Bowling alley! Just limp a little while you’re there and I am sure you will elicit the appropriate disdain!!

  14. I don’t know, Witchywoman… I can’t seem to find any pictures of Woody Allen that resemble the one that Miles uses. Also, an accusation of sexual abuse doesn’t mean a whole lot if the judge dismisses it as not credible.

    This is why I generally don’t try to guess at the identities of people in photographs unless I can locate a duplicate or personally know the person depicted.

  15. A great thesis for a college psychology class would be “Why bloggers find the need to post a picture of themselves?”

  16. Witchy-poo, You mentioned Woody Allen and Mia Farrow’s adopted daughter. Didn’t Allen marry that girl after he and Farrow were divorced?

    As for the Komrade Zero being thought of by the lib loonies as the second coming of the Messiah, he is NOT! He is the second coming of Steve Urkel.

  17. A great thesis for a college psychology class would be “Why bloggers find the need to post a picture of themselves?”

    Obviously, iago, psychology must not be your strong suit. You see, it isn’t that we “need” to show photos of ourselves, but that aren’t afraid of who we are.

    I think your thesis would be better suited to why do teen liberals feel the need to inject themselves into conservative blogs under multiple personas.

  18. Yes, I too saw photos of Woody Allen with that hair style but I don’t see a strong enough resemblance to make the declaration much less claim that Miles is using the picture of a child molestor.

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