Monday, September 15, 2008

Obama's Faith Merchandise

Beliefnet reports that the Barack Obama campaign is rolling out a line of "faith merchandise," including "Believers for Barack" paraphernalia:


The campaign's newsletter states:
Believers for Barack rally signs and bumper stickers, along with all Pro-Family Pro-Obama merchandise, are appropriate for people of all faith backgrounds. We'll soon be rolling out merchandise for other religious groups and denominations, but I wanted to get this out to you without delay.

In a 2006 speech at Saddleback Church in Orange Country, California, Obama declared:

We should never forget that God granted us the power to reason so that we would do His work here on Earth...
I guess Obama's "pro-family" work for God doesn't extend to protecting the lives of infant babies left to die in soiled-linen closests.

But wait!

The campaign indicates that they'll soon have available "Pro-Israel Pro-Obama" merchandise!

I'm sure the "
Jewish Americans for Obama" network at the Obama official homepage is thrilled, considering that:

A growing number of bloggers such as Richard Cohen, Brigitte Gabriel, Sharon Hughes, Charles Krauthammer, Kenneth Blackwell, Naomi Ragen, Debbie Schlussel, Ed Lasky, and William Levinson are pointing out Barack Obama’s numerous connections to unsavory individuals and organizations that espouse and promote hatred of Jews, Catholics, white people, Israel, and/or the United States.
Don't forget that Obama, last February, refused to reject the endorsement of Louis Farrakan, who has condemned Judaism as a "gutter religion."

Of course, at the time Obama was still a member of
Trinity United Church of Christ, rockin' and rolling to Reverend Jeremiah's "greatest hits."


damnIneedJob said...

How about his plate? Http://