Sher Zieve
Obama uses liberal Christianity and Judaism to push Marxist agenda
By Sher Zieve
August 23, 2009

With the establishment of another "if-you-hadn't-heard-and-seen-it-you-wouldn't-believe-it" moment, the US Dictator Obama decided to reel in the Christian clergy so that they may convince the Obama-ruled masses that 'Jesus would want ObamaCare.' I strongly disagree. By the way, wasn't it Obama who said: "We are not a Christian nation?" And, speaking to Rabbis while attempting to paraphrase a line from a Rosh Hashanah prayer, Obama — with his unending and increasingly insufferable arrogance — said: "We are God's partners in matters of life and death!" Then, while many of us quote the proverbial 'chapter and verse' of the House version of ObamaCare, Obama and his media say — while offering no evidence of truth whatsoever — we who quote from the only ObamaCare program available are spreading "myths" and "misleading" the public. And now, Obama has decided to include an attempt at a Biblical quotation by saying we are "bearing false witness." Funny stuff, BO! Earth to Obama: The myths, misleading statements and bearing of any and all "false witness" are yours. But, then we already knew that you knew.

Note: I wonder what the Lord thinks about Obama's challenging, patently fictitious and assumptive statements. Hmm. I also wonder why Obama didn't "reach out" to Muslim leaders. Curious.

The eliciting of religious leaders is the latest tactic in Obama's overall strategy to force his Marxist-inspired "healthcare" system and agenda. By the way, I find it immensely interesting and somewhat humorous that Marxist ideology is — by its very nature — atheistic. However, ObamaCare provides little to no authentic healthcare. In fact it actually withholds the "health" and "care" portion. But, according to HR 3200 — including amongst its other atrocities the government's proposed new "right" to take from our private bank accounts as it so desires (P 59), to do away with private insurance (P 16) and to ration health services (P 29) — , it does instill massive new ObamaControls upon a now vocally balking-at-ObamaCare US population.

Does Obama view liberal Christian and Jewish leaders as only a step or two away from Marxism — and therefore atheism — anyway?

Now, Obama has decided — no doubt in his soon to be self-touted 'infinite wisdom' — to inveigle liberal Christian churches and Jewish temples into supporting his anti-human ObamaCare. And, why was it again that he didn't approach Muslim clerics? Curiouser and curiouser.

Obama: We are not a Christian nation:

Obama Addresses Health Reform Myths with Religious Leaders:

Obama: "We are God's partners in matters of life and death":

Obama calls for 'honest debate' on health care:

© Sher Zieve


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