God must hate the people living in the bible belt.

Discussion in 'Religion and Spirituality' started by noob_trad3r, Apr 26, 2011.

  1. With all those mega floods and tornadoes killing people destroying the city.
  2. I was wondering why the Pat Robertsons of the world are not passing judgment at this very moment.
  3. God must really hate Obama:

    What Next - the Potomac River running red with blood?
    Jeannie DeAngelis
    April 26, 2011

    In the Rose Garden, rodents attend Obama speeches. In the East Room, flies utilize the President's upper lip as a landing strip. Last Memorial Day Barack chose the Windy City over traditional ceremonies at Arlington National Cemetery. As the President prepared to speak at Lincoln National Cemetery in Elwood, Illinois:

    That same summer, just before the Obama family's Martha's Vineyard vacation, a fierce Nor'easter blew raw sewage in the form of fecal coliform bacteria into the lagoon bordering Blue Heron Farm.

    There have been mini earthquakes rumbling beneath Washington DC, a 2011 Groundhog Day blizzard and a Washington DC stink bug scourge, all woven into the colorful tapestry presently known as the Obama presidency.

    Interestingly enough aggressive acts of nature have not been limited to the continental United States. When Barack traveled to Jakarta to visit his childhood home and pay respects at the Buddhist Borobudur Temple, 600-degree volcanic ash decided to spew forth fromMount Merapi in central Java.

    On Easter morning 2011, the President attended Resurrection Day services at Shiloh Baptist Church. As the President and his family entered the sanctuary, the quartet was greeted with applause and a choir singing "Total Praise." Dr. Wallace Smith, the church's pastor, reminded the congregants, "This is a place of worship," which is exactly what appeared to be going on.

    On Easter evening Obama was visited by yet another natural marvel that could either be interpreted as an evil entity taking up residence amongst company of like mind, or as Divine displeasure. Maybe the Shiloh people need to be reminded that Exodus 34:14 warns: "Do not worship any other god, for the LORD, whose name is Jealous, is a jealous God."

    After moseying on home after a clandestine attempt at private worship and after supping on a secret criticism-proof Easter meal, the Presidential residence was visited by "A storm [that] rapidly materialized in the Southern sky, and swept from the National Mall toward the White House. Instantly, there seemed to be lightning bolts dropping out of the heavens all around 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue--and the wind kicked up dramatically."

    Adding to the ever-growing list of Biblical manifestations occurring in the President's vicinity, according to an observer, "A spectacular downpour started as the lightning built, with no preliminary drops; one moment it was dry, the next there was a gushing, blowing, massive water dump.

    One can't help but wonder how the President interprets the natural world speaking to him, or what he perceives that message to be. Based on the creative delivery style, it's likely that Barack Obama would rather ignore the Scripture where Jesus said: "I saw Satan fall like lightning from heaven," especially since a lightning bolt fell from heaven straight into the White House.

    Although the President may choose to ignore Luke 10:18, in preparation for next Easter's visit to Shiloh Baptist it may be wise for Obama to read Job 33:14, where Job says: "For God does speak--now one way, now another--though man may not perceive it."

    By paying closer attention to God speaking through His creation, there's still a slight chance the President could prevent the Potomac River from turning to blood and making its way down Pennsylvania Avenue.
  4. Savant


    It takes some kind of elitist scum to be gleefully making light of people suffering from natural disasters. Something tells me you guys weren't dancing so gleefully when Haiti got nailed. Can you explain why that is?

  5. F.O.A.D.

    But where was Robertson's compassion during and after Katrina? I regard natural disaster as a tragedy. Period. I'm not the one reading self-serving bullshit into it. This thread, started by another, merely points to the hypocrisy and duplicity of those who do. Such as guys like Robertson. And now you, with your bullshit allegations.

    Moderator: Savant is almost certainly the reincarnation of the recently departed phenomena. Please do the necessary.
  6. Lucrum


    Is it PC of someone who has themselves been banned to ask for the banning of someone else?
  7. What happened to "civility" and "tolerance"?
  8. Yes, it is, if no moderator or ET administrator can explain, or even remember, why that person was banned. Let alone apologize.
    #10     Apr 26, 2011