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Friday, December 23, 2011

The Obamabots' Sacrilege Of Christmas

(THREE posts today. Please scroll down)

With a hat tip to Matt of Conservative Hideout 2.0:

Note this accompanying blurb at YouTube:
This coming holiday start a conversation with your friends and family members about why you support President Obama. Whether you're heading out of town or crashing at your parents' house, this holiday season is the perfect chance to talk to your friends and family about why you're working to re-elect President Obama.
Puke!

Now the video:


As one YouTube commenter said:
That's funny, they want you to "Spread the good news of President Obama", doesn't there have to actually BE some good news, before you can spread it?

13 comments:

  1. Good lawrd. Obama's narcissism knows no bounds!

    "Fear not: for, behold, I bring you good tidings of great joy, which shall be to all people. For unto you is born this day in the city of David a Saviour, which is Christ the Lord."

    Spread the 'good news'? Why not just replace Christ with Obama? I'm sure he already does in his own mind.

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  2. Hitler Youth.

    If some youngun' started blathering about Oblamer at one of our gatherings, well, it would get ugly.

    This does sound so much like Bible School when I was a kid. We were always encouraged to share the good news with our lost and misguided friends.
    Democrats really know how to make anything cheap and cheesy

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  3. Sacrilege, blasphemy, perversion and destruction of all this is good is what liberalism does best. Kinda like Obama's Christ-less "Christmas" tree, but it does have plenty of ornaments featuring the dear leader!

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  4. The scary thing is that there is no shortage of useful idiots to do his bidding. God help us all.

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  5. Pierro's Mom says it best. I made it through 10 seconds and that was quite enough. All things Obama make me ill.

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  6. Ugh... five seconds, that was all I could take.

    I feel nothing but pity for those misguided and misinformed people. Blind little sheep following their false messiah.

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  7. If they want to tout the good news, here's some talking points for the young skulls full o' mush: higher unemployment, less jobs, blaming the previous administration, fast and furious, Eric Holder, supporting OWS, leading from behind, more wars, more homelessness, inflation, 15+ trillion dollar debt, repeal of don't ask don't tell, not supporting the defense of marriage act, class warfare, Joe Biden, 4 million dollar vacations... and the list goes on an on and on.

    Seriously, the good news is Christ was born and died for you and me.

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  8. GROSS! Their motto: "We're stupid and we want you to be too!"

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  9. Why not use the holiday to promote Obama? Even the Capitol Christmas tree has an ornament praising Obama (and no one else).

    It's all part of the cult of hero worship that these people engage in.

    But fortunately for us, they picked such a corrupt, incompetent BOOB to worship that there's no danger their mental disease will spread to the greater population.

    In fact, the more these clowns talk about Obama the more ridiculous they and he appear to most Americans!

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  10. Mike,
    I do find trying to "convert" friends and family during the Christmas celebration to be an abomination.

    But just what do Obamabots see as an abomination? Certainly, nothing to do with their idol. It's cult worship.

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  11. Thank goodness there are no Obamazombies in my family!

    Merry Christmas!

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  12. Zilla,
    Merry Christmas!

    I'm ashamed to say that there is at least one Obama supporter in my family. She and I avoid the topic of politics -- particularly the topic of Obama, whom she believes is intelligent because he graduated from Harvard. Nothing I say can dissuade her from her views. However, she may not vote for Obama again in 2012; she's an Independent and will vote GOP as she has in the past if "the right candidate" comes along, particularly because of the state of our ailing economy. And at least she's not ignorant about the truth about Islam. Now, if Obama were to state that he's a Muslim, she would definitely not vote for him. I can't see Obama making any such statement before the 2012 election, though.

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