Lindy’s Blog: Where Mom is Always Right

November 4, 2008

Meet your new president…

Filed under: politics — by lindyborer @ 11:03 pm
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God DAMN America!!!

All you Obama voters, give yourselves a big pat on the back; you’ve just help elect a man who will ensure the dismemberment and destruction of millions of innocent babies.  How does it feel?

BUT, who cares about Obama’s support of abortion and infanticide when there are handouts on the agenda?  Free money, everybody!

On a serious note, take a look at how Obama is going to affect the US and the world according to Obama supporter taniam:

“I have to declare that I have fallen in love with Obama. It did not happen suddenly but he just crept up on me. When I heard his speeches, the hairs on my skin rose in disbelief. It was as if someone had taken my thoughts and was voicing them in public. They were just an echo of my thoughts. I wanted to hear more from Obama. But I could not get enough of him. CNN always seemed to focus on Mccain and Palin. And all I had was CNN on my cable. And then I got to see more of him, on “OBAMA TV”, see him up close and personal, hear him speaking his thoughts himself and see his charming smile. And that was the defining moment.  I know that this world would change under Obama. Some are calling him a “messiah”. I think its not to be taken lightly. He is one hell of a powerful person but fortunately for the world, he is a peacemaker. He will unite this world for the first time! Religion has been dividing us, leading us to bloody wars, and violence against each other. Obama will not only change America but will change the world.  He has this power. He will bring this world together. Yes, there will be an apocalypse. And the apocalypse would be that we would see hugs, and smiles and flowers and no more guns. That is what I see when I look into Obama’s eyes. I see a world that I and others like me have been craving for. An idyllic, peaceful, green world, a world that can still be saved. A world that will be the way it was intended to be before it lost its way somewhere down the lane. It will be another new era, a melting of the ice age, melting of the ice that we have within our hearts. I love you Obama, and I pray for you and I hope with all my heart that you will be the president of the most powerful nation on earth [SIC].”

You mean we have to wait all the way until January before this “apocalypse” of flowers, hugs, and “no guns” begins?  You know what, on second thought, I think I’m going to go ahead and jump on the Obama bandwagon.  After all, I can’t wait until Obama starts paying my bills, filling up my gas tank, curing cancer, and achieving world peace.  

After all, Obama has stated he will do any number of miraculous things—don’t tell me about unrealistic expectations!  Just listen to Peggy Joseph—Obama’s going to pay her mortgage. 

When expectations are this high, there’s only one way his approval ratings can go.  Reality’s hard, I know.      

I have a feeling that I will be displaying this logo a number of times hereafter:

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13 Comments »

  1. love your post! I want one of those stickers!

    Comment by deziner — November 4, 2008 @ 11:12 pm |Reply

  2. They’re at Cafe Press, here: http://bumperstickers.cafepress.com/item/dont-blame-me-i-voted-for-mccain-bumper-sticker-s/306984975

    Comment by lindyborer — November 4, 2008 @ 11:54 pm |Reply

  3. I am sick!

    Comment by Katie — November 5, 2008 @ 4:08 am |Reply

  4. I’m getting one of those stickers as well. Can you even believe this, Lindy? And he didn’t just squeak by, he won pretty handily. And the Democrats took home many wins in governships, the House and the Senate – thank God not a philibuster proof majority. Come over to my site and see what a Thai student had to say about the win. Maybe those thoughts about Obama as Anti-Christ aren’t totally off…

    Comment by dsgawrsh — November 5, 2008 @ 6:53 am |Reply

  5. Taniam is seriously warped. This is the woman who also believes abortion is a medical miracle sanctioned by God to allow woman of rape and incest to abort their “growths of evil”. No hugs, smiles and flowers for those babies! Anyone who can refer to a baby, any baby, as a growth of evil is unstable at best. And of course she not only supports Obama but has fallen in love with him. YUCK!

    Comment by Lisa — November 5, 2008 @ 8:57 am |Reply

  6. We now are, officially, an Obamanation!

    Comment by Dee — November 5, 2008 @ 10:34 am |Reply

  7. Thanks for linking my article, and your comments including the nasty comments on this website against me. Lisa please also go into the comments section for my article on abortion with “so-called” pro-lifer Bryan and I am sure you will begin to emerge from the darkness of ignorance that clouds your mind, a mind that God gave you to use for the betterment of society and not to divide men and women on the basis of misinterpration of the maker of this earth and all people.

    Comment by taniam — November 5, 2008 @ 2:38 pm |Reply

  8. Lisa, my comment is intended for people with open minds, who can analyse, think and use their brains. Some cherubic babies are born with a extra “X”, which determines from their very birth that they will be aggressive and violent and many criminals are born with that extra “X”. Its genetically hardwired into the baby. The reason I made this comment is to contradict the statement that just cries for sympathy and is illogical at best : “all fetuses are images of God”. Its hilarious what extent people would go into to impose their viewpoints on others. Well, let me tell you this : This a new age, an age of tolernace, where people use their brains in order to define what is wrong and right and don’t go about misinterpreting religious textbooks for their convenience.

    Comment by taniam — November 5, 2008 @ 2:43 pm |Reply

  9. Linda,
    Please take some time to read Obama’s response to the slander that goodness-haters bombarded him with (which, BTW, did not work and rightly so) :
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A_More_Perfect_Union_(speech)

    BTW, do you deny racism and violence against Blacks in America? Rev. Wright may have used strong words in the heat of the moment like “God damn America” for the injustices perpetrated on the blacks for years, and the words itself are too strong, but the acts were even worse. What else do you have against Wright? Do you deny the existence of the Ku Klux Klan that Wright spoke about?

    Obama, does not believe in divisiveness. He said that he does not subscribe to such strong words being used as not all americans are racists but we cannot deny that “SOME” are.

    God helps those who helps themselves. God is our Guide, our friend and father, but we have to take the wise steps in life ourselves. He cannot take the steps for us.

    Comment by taniam — November 5, 2008 @ 3:00 pm |Reply

  10. An excerpt from that Speech by Obama on Rev. Wright if you have some “time” to “read” and “think” before you start writing comments etc :

    I have already condemned, in unequivocal terms, the statements of Reverend Wright that have caused such controversy. For some, nagging questions remain. Did I know him to be an occasionally fierce critic of American domestic and foreign policy? Of course. Did I ever hear him make remarks that could be considered controversial while I sat in church? Yes. Did I strongly disagree with many of his political views? Absolutely — just as I’m sure many of you have heard remarks from your pastors, priests, or rabbis with which you strongly disagreed.

    Comment by taniam — November 5, 2008 @ 3:09 pm |Reply

  11. Tania: Nasty comments? I simply quoted you. So who’s nasty?

    Comment by lindyborer — November 5, 2008 @ 3:41 pm |Reply

  12. Dearest taniam, a dialogue with you is neither stimulating nor enlightening. You are free to take your very open mind and go back to your blog. As for me your words do not change who I am nor the truth about the sanctity of all life. Bye. Bye.

    Comment by Lisa — November 5, 2008 @ 3:53 pm |Reply

  13. Lindy, I was referring to the “nasty” comments by Lisa. Your comments were not nasty and its great that you took the time to read my post before you commented on it. Comments from the other side are always welcome.

    Comment by taniam — November 5, 2008 @ 5:56 pm |Reply


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