This is what the far right who endorses W... I mean M cCain... believe...
This is my favorite scripture:
On the last day, Jesus will say to those on His right hand, "Come, enter the Kingdom. For I was hungry and you gave me food, I was thirsty and you gave me drink, I was sick and you visited me." Then Jesus will turn to those on His left hand and say, "Depart from me because I was hungry and you did not feed me, I was thirsty and you did not give me to drink, I was sick and you did not visit me." These will ask Him, "When did we see You hungry, or thirsty or sick and did not come to Your help?" And Jesus will answer them, "Whatever you neglected to do unto one of these least of these, you neglected to do unto Me!"
Either Haggee the Horrible's religion is right or my cherry picked religion is... or none of the above is but The Deregulation- Far Right and the Fascist -Military Industrial Complex Christians have stolen everything that isn't tied down and destroyed the safety net that Haggee hates.
I personally hope Obama will not play into the CIA's agenda of further nation building and destabilization of the Muslim world. No matter what he does... Obama is just going to be plugging up the holes of a sinking ship. Pelosi needs to be fired and some real progressives with a different vision for America than catering to warmongers needs to take her place. I hope the post-9-11 government it is not more of the same theft with the name Democrat on the label.
I voted Democrat for President for the first time since Carter. I would go into the voting boot and just vote for the Independent but this time all they had was the further far right deregulation Libertarian. I voted for Reagan the first time he ran and it cured me of voting for Republican Presidential Candidates. I have leaned toward Democrats for my vote for the House and Senate in all of the other elected positions since Reagan but the Democrats proved themselves to be cowards not willing to stand up against the very inept Bu$h Theocracy. I don't trust Democrat Presidential leadership but the stakes are too high this time and I pressed the awful, no paper trail, electronic voting button for Obama.
I hope Obama is not suc***ed into responding to another 9-11 type of false flag attack and I hope he doesn't launch an attack on Iran or some other Muslim nation again on false intelligence like his Republican brother did. I gyess it will be a wait and see. America will not survive more of the CIA's agenda to destroy every Muslim nation on earth.( I was there in the Army over 20 years ago when they informed us of this plan)
God save us from ourselves if we do not learn to turn the other cheek...
I know I will live to regret it but my candidate- Cynthia McKinney is not on the ballot... Oh well... I had to vote or I do not have a right to complain...
McCain ‘Very Honored’ By Support Of Pastor Preaching ‘End-Time Confrontation With Iran’
Yesterday, hard-line conservative Pastor John Hagee, founder of Christians United for Israel, endorsed John McCain. Hagee said that McCain “is a man of principle, [who] does not stand boldly on both sides of any issue.” McCain, who had been courting the endorsement for over a year, said that he was “very honored by Pastor John Hagee’s endorsement.”
McCain Defends Hagee: ‘He Said That His Words Were Taken Out Of Context’
On Bill Bennett’s radio show this morning, Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) said he repudiates “any comments” by hard-line conservative Pastor John Hagee “that are anti-semetic or anti-Catholic, racist, any other.” “I repudiate the words that create that impression,” said McCain.
But unlike his previous, half-hearted attempts to distance himself from Hagee, McCain also spoke up in the controversial pastor’s defense, saying that Hagee “said that his words were taken out of context”:
I will say that he said that his words were taken out of context, he defends his position. I hope that maybe you’d give him a chance to respond. He says he has never been anti-Catholic, but I repudiate the words that create that impression.
McCain then said he could look past Hagee’s bigoted comments because “when we were doing the No Surrender tour, he came and spoke on behalf of not surrendering in Iraq.”
Of course, McCain had to reject Hagee's endorsement eventually, when it became too obvious what a whackjob Hagee was. But what does it say about McCain's judgment that he sought out this man's endorsement?