Monday, July 28, 2008

You don't think it's become a religion?

Time for some Monday levity.

I hate politics and most of the discussion thereof, but here's a rare post on it.

As much as it is a satire, it pretty much does describe many Obamaniacs' feelings (including the the media) ...


or is it just a trip into the head of Obama himself? Probably both. The irony is that liberals whine that religion should not be a part of politics. Yet, Obama supporters are often more fanatic than most religious.

Sacristan's bow to Mom & Dad for the tip for the video.



RS

4 comments:

Ronny said...

Not only has Obamamania become a religion -- it is also a drug!

Hi, my name is John. I'm a hopium addict.

HQD said...

It's irritating that only Hope comes through him...I thought it was Jesus. Besides, shouldn't we always hope for the future anyways, no one can claim it's theirs. Sheesh...

Roman Sacristan said...

I just hate this attitude that we need "change" so bad, even though there really hasn't been any concrete things said.
Hitler brought about a lot of change. So did Stalin. Fidel Castro did as well as Pol Pot.
Chavez has changed a lot of things in Venezuela.
I think it's pretty intrinsic that with a new president, even if he said he wanted things to be just like Bush, there would be changes anyway. New guy, new way of doing things.
So the vague "change" thing just doesn't cut it. If Obama is that great, why have we really never heard of him before he mysteriously appeared in the primaries?

Anonymous said...

If Obama is that great, why have we really never heard of him before he mysteriously appeared in the primaries?

It's just a hunch, but that might be because before his whopping four years into his first term as a US Senator, his resume consisted only of being a part-time law professor, a neighborhood community activist, and a member of the Illinois assembly as part of the Chicago political machine contingent.

But there was that famous speech he gave at the 2004 Democratic National Convention, which clearly qualified him to become president.