Jeez, we are back to 2008. “The One” shall be back, conceal evidence and avoid impeachment and treason, so help him NPR. NPR wants to keep the Obama cult alive by a direct comparison to “Jesus” Christ and the crowd are “his followers”. The next level: Bring up a Bible quote to squash those “Bible-thumpin’” Tea Partiers. This week has been nothing but a comedy of errors.
The realities of governing as opposed to the unrealities of presidential campaigns may have made President Obama a much more human figure compared with the almost messiah-like status he had in the eyes of many supporters in 2008.
But that doesn’t mean there still isn’t the occasional moment reminiscent of a Bible story.
AUDIENCE MEMBER: I love you, Barack!
THE PRESIDENT: I love you back. (Applause.) But first — but if you love me — if you love me, you got to help me pass this bill. (Applause.) If you love me, you got to help me pass this bill.
Here’s John 21:15, the New International Version, describing a scene between Jesus and his disciples:
When they had finished eating, Jesus said to Simon Peter,”Simon son of John, do you love me more than these?”
“Yes, Lord,” he said, “you know that I love you.”
Jesus said, “Feed my lambs.”
If Jesus wants to, he can use his Almighty Pinky and zap NPR into oblivion. Compare a mere mortal who is causing sadness, concern and anger amongst its people is the opposite of what Jesus did on Earth.
NPR, since we’re Bible-quoting, this is what you just did: Violate one of the 10th Commandments:
Do not misuse the name of the Lord your God. The Lord will not let you go unpunished if you misuse his name.