Obama is not Martin Luther King…or GoD

Civil Rights Leaders:

Martin Luther King.


- Rev.Al Sharpton (do they get that title out of a Cracker Jack box?)

-Louis Farrakhan

And who can forget good ole Hussein Obama’s ahem..”former” pastor: Rev.Jeremiah Wright

While Dr. King preached unity and brotherhood, they sermonize paranoia and a noxious hatred of other minorities. (aka “whitey”)anger6.gif

Which brings us to another bozo of mention:
-Elijah Muham-MAD

Elijah Muhammad taught was widely viewed as a black separatist doctrine. He taught that blacks were the original people on the Earth and had been tricked out of their power, conquered and oppressed by the Caucasian people via a global system of white supremacy.blackwoman.gif

He further taught that the white race was produced through a series of genetic breeding experiments conducted by a Dr. Ya-kub, which yielded the lighter species of human beings.boy-no-listen.gif

Mu-ham-mad preached that All-ah would cause a holocaust to happen wherein White America would be destroyed, and faithful followers of Is-lam in America would be ushered to safe areas, later to emerge as conquerors and settlers of a new world.

Along comes Hussein Obama.
Being canonized for political sainthood by the mainstream media.

And the masses are tripping all over themselves honoring this sleazy Chicago politician who has not only associated with this riff raff but aligns himself with them politically, and spiritually.
Remember Hussein Obama’s Pale-stinian Buddy RASH-id Kh-alidi ..who um..supports Muzlims killing Jews in Israel? (Whatever happened to that missing tape huh?)

Martin Luther King lived in “da hood” till the day he died.
Self proclaimed Rev. Wright lives in some exclusive lily white suburb with the oodles of money his racist fleeced flock continue to bestow upon him.

Martin Luther King believed that a man should be judged by the content of his character and not the color of his skin.
Wright believed the exact opposite of that.no-no-no.gif
Apparently for decades Hussein O and his wifey poo had no problem with that.

Martin Luther King preached that the “Promised Land is equality”.
Rev. Wright shouted and shrieked that his idea of the “promised land” is revenge on whitey, on Jews and on America.
Apparently for decades Hussein O and his wifey poo had no problem with that.

Martin Luther King was an educated, eloquent man.
Rev.(Can’t do anything) Wright is an ebonics speaking, hateful clown.clown3.gif
Apparently for decades Hussein O and his wifey poo had no problem with that either.

Obama could have ditched that racist, anti semitic, so called pastor 2 decades ago..but no..year after year he and his “African queen” sat there listening to him preach victimhood, hate and yes..RACISM.

Let us not forget Michelle Obama’s comment “this is “the first time in her adult life she feels proud to be an American.”
I wonder if inauguration day will be her second.question-mark.gif

Not to mention that Dr. King’s niece, Dr. Alveda King, has been speaking out against Hussein Obama.
Criticizing the Messiah

Because Hussein Obama is so extremely pro-choice, this election and inauguration does not bring America closer to her uncle’s vision for it.

Hussein Obama is exploiting the memory of Dr. King while forming not a campaign but a movement.

Fear not being labeled a racist for not supporting him or his anti American ideology– by his knee-jerk defenders my friends.

In Hussein Obama and his racist, Marxists’ friends’ world:
Ham-ASS is Israel
Gitmo terrorists are U.S. soldiers
Black is White ..ooops..wrong analogyhandfist062.gif

Day is night….oops …dark and light?..no good..one more try:
Good is Evil.


Not for nothing but……….
He has spent close to 125 million more dollars on inauguration festivities than President Bush did. Our economy is in a tailspin and this “community activist” is throwing the biggest party of the century.

The newfound “Yes we Can” hysteria over this leader should have been a clue we are heading into really rough waters guys and dolls.

Fasten your seatbelts friends.
Your’e in for rhetoric overload on Inauguration Day.

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26 Responses to “Obama is not Martin Luther King…or GoD”

  1. Batman says:

    “Your’e in for rhetoric overload on Inauguration Day.”

    More like 4 years worth…

  2. Katie says:

    MLK would not have supported Obama. He would have supported McCain. MLK was a Republican and proud of it.

  3. Roger W. Gardner says:

    Wow! What a terrific article. A welcome breath of fresh air. You know I agree completely. Thanks.

  4. KarL M says:

    So the “be careful what you wish for” moment is about to come upon us…
    Messiah has already been identified by the Holy Book ,and i assure you, he ain’t arriving via Illinios as a Senator.
    Get back to me in a few months when the smoke and mirrors are put away and we are left with Barry O in the White House searching for a clue.
    Reminds me alot of Super Bowl halftime shows….can’t wait for them to end, so the game can continue….
    Angel…keep delivering the news, like only you know how….

  5. Perri Nelson says:

    I plan to stay as far away from the inauguration and television/radio coverage of it as possible. Barack Obama may have won the election, and after his inauguration tomorrow morning, he will be the president, but there is very little of his agenda that I can think of that I support.

    Scratch that. There is NO PART of his publicly expressed agenda that I support. Not even his so-called tax cuts, which only redistribute tax revenues to people that don’t pay taxes in the first place.

    I wish Barack Obama all of the success in the world in the proper execution of his duties and the fulfillment of his oath of office. I want to see our nation secure from enemies both within and without. I want to see our laws executed faithfully. I want to see our Constitution defended, protected and preserved. I want to see ambassadors that act in our nation’s true interests appointed.

    But I pray that no vacancies arise in the Supreme Court, and I pray that his social, political, and economic agendas all fail.

  6. joe says:

    I will be boycotting the so-called festivities tonight and also any blogs that post about it. I don’t care to hear or see anything on that disgusting subject. Now, if you will excuse me, I have to go out and Barf!

  7. Layla says:

    “The One” as they call him is an anti-Christ, false on every front. He is no Lincoln either. He is so stupid – Lincoln freed blacks of slavery but he did not believe blacks and whites should live together, but should co-exist. He did not believe in inter-racial marriages etc. The politicians and Obama do not even know our own history. Didn’t anyone ever hear of reading up? I am not blogging today, my wrist is too sore. So I left a blurb, whatever…… and that is the name of it too and it expresses what I feel about that thug.

  8. Ogre says:

    Indeed, there is NO comparison between Obama and MLK. I don’t think the two of them hold the same views on any topic, especially any political topic — much like Obama and Lincoln.

    But for the next four years, NO facts will matter. NOTHING will matter except the mixed-up gobbledy-gook that comes out of Obama’s mouth. The fawning media will continue to sing his praises simply based on words alone.

  9. nanc says:

    i’m with joe and have reflected so in my new post. how we fell so far so fast has still got my head spinning.

  10. elvis the original terminator says:

    Everyone needs to read Ayn Rand’s Fountainhead.

  11. Gayle says:

    Obama also practically worships Abraham Lincoln, and both Dr. King and Abe were Republicans! It’s all so ironic, Angel.

  12. Stanford Matthews says:

    Do you suppose Dr Alveda King was invited to the inauguration? According to election stats she must fall in the 4% of black voters Obama did not get. BHO’s long list of troubling associations and not so mysterious past may assist in the event I am awaiting. The crumbling of a kingdom. I just hope it doesn’t take the rest of us with it.

  13. Urban Infidel says:

    Nice posting! I can’ hardly stand the Obamamania anymore and it has barely even started yet.

    Not to mention Obama trying to overturn presidential term limits before taking oath. If Bush or any Republican had even THOUGHT of doing that, the screaming from the media would be heard in the next galaxy.

  14. Stanford Matthews says:

    Gayle, all those references to former Presidents may just be more of his schtick. Calculated to endear him to unsuspecting citizens.

  15. You are all a menace to the world. says:

    You are all a menace to the world. Thank God you did not win this last election. The problem is, you see, is that people like you, Angel, are so mind-bogglingly ignorant. By showing your utter lack of knowledge about the world, you make your argument utterly useless (at least to educated people).

    You say, “Mu-ham-mad preached that All-ah would cause a holocaust to happen wherein White America would be destroyed, and faithful followers of Is-lam in America would be ushered to safe areas”. Please. Have you ever studied Islam? Muhammad lived in the 7th century. The United States did not exist then. Hence, you come off as a moron who does not understand the Muslim world (which you don’t), and thus your argument is negated.

    Please, PLEASE, research a religion and cultures before making such statements. Islam has, by the way, NOTHING to do with Nazism. Again, please read a history book about them separately. Their ideology is very different.

    God, I could go on for ages. The point is: Obama is an educated, highly intelligent man who wants to HELP you. Why won’t you accept his generosity? He understands the world, clearly, better than you do. Why can’t you trust someone more intelligent and educated?

  16. Alfie says:

    Right out of the gate I agree with Batman in comment #1

  17. ontarian says:

    Gayle: The Republican Party has changed a lot, even since the ’60s (i.e., Goldwater). I doubt a post-Reagan GOP would even be recognizable to Lincoln, or even King.

    Perri: You make some good points. I disagree with you on a pretty fundamental level, but yours is the tone we need to see in discourse on subjects of this nature.

  18. Brooke says:

    There was racism all over the inauguration today, but it wasn’t comin’ from the white man! AAAAAHHHH!!!

  19. Perri Nelson says:

    You are all a menace to the world…

    You are the one that needs to check facts. Angel was not speaking of Muhammad, the “prophet” of Islam. She was speaking of Elijah Muhammad, who was born Elijah Poole in 1897.

    I think if you’re going to rip into somebody about checking their facts, you should first make sure that you’ve actually taken the time to read what they have to say, and to follow the links that they give providing supporting evidence.

    Otherwise, you come off as as big an idiot as you try to make the person you’re attacking out to be. “By showing your utter lack of knowledge about the world, you make your argument utterly useless (at least to educated people). ” By showing your utter lack of knowledge about what you are actually reading, you invalidate your own argument.

  20. z says:

    Watching him mug and wave to the masses before his swearing in was difficult. EVERY president before that has walked gravely to the podium, considering the ENORMOUS responsibility ahead of him. BIG SMILE..”HI EVERYBODY!! ” Oh, my gosh.

    Perri..thanks. Well done.

  21. ontarian says:

    z: Bush took a pretty cavalier tone at inappropriate times, as I recall.

  22. Maggie Thornton says:

    We’ll see racism end when Blacks no longer call men and women like Clarence Thomas, Thomas Sowell, and Herman King Uncle Toms.

  23. nanc says:

    we help ourselves, menace – we don’t need no stinkin’ obambino!

  24. Incognito says:

    And yes indeed, MLK also happened to be a Republican.

  25. trespassers william says:

    Still no tape? Oh well the “Great Oz” thinks he’s got everyone fooled, but sooner or later truth and facts have a way of catching up to you. Kind of like that little dog pulling back that curtain…what was his name? Toto, and exposing the “Great Oz” for the fraud he really was/is. My qiestion is what are we going to do about the situation? By the way-”You are all a menace to the world”…I was listening to a conservative radio show host and he began listing most of the items for Barry’s “stimulus package” (the guy you say wants to “help” us)…over 95% went to government institutions, for “renovations and upgrades”. Yeah that’s really going to help small businesses. Again, so what are we the people going to do about this?

  26. DD2 says:

    Once again Angel has the Coolest blog on the block