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Last weekend we had Jamie Foxx say that Obama was our "lord and savior." Now, we have the picture to prove it, or so we paraphrase former GOP candidate Herman Cain's tweet which alludes to a new Obama painting which most find to be blasphemous. Continue Reading

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  1. Br Elias
    1 year ago

    Truly sacreligious. this President is no more a messiah than I am. If anything he's the force behind America;s downfall as Christian nation and the laughing stock of the world, One Nation Under God. We were to be a beacon to the world that all are welcome here, all are free to practice their religious beliefs without interference from the government, oopps forgot about the HHS mandate

  2. kathy
    1 year ago

    I am not suprised. It is all I already knew, that people think of him as godlike. My suprise did come in realizing that over half the Catholics of this country voted form him. What were they thinking. Being liberal is more important than being Catholic, and a follower of Christ? Apparently some think so. I wonder what their answer will be, when Christ asked them why they supported a man, who endorses homosexual marriage and abortion.

  3. Tara
    1 year ago

    The very fact that the author titled this painting "The Truth" and painted this in 2008 (when Obama was first elected, and thus, had yet to prove his effectiveness as a president) demonstrates the blind allegiance so many people have toward him. To title this "The Truth," as though he were "born to give testimony to the truth," even though he had yet to demonstrate his abilities as a leader whatsoever, is laughable.

    Christ's crucifixion was the physical manifestation of love itself, which is fitting, as He is God, and God is love. His death epitomized humility, selflessness, putting the needs of the beloved before one's own...qualities which Obama and his fan club obviously know nothing about. This painting oozes pride, and it's obvious the artist knows very little (if not nothing at all) about the Passion which he so eloquently perverted.

    I'm done allowing this administration and the liberal masses destroy my peace. Jesus Christ is King, and when He comes again, I intend to be found favorable in His eyes. I will, therefore, try to spend my days tending to His heart alone. I want to be a source of joy for Him in this wicked world, which so often breaks His most sacred heart. I pray all Christians do the same.

    Let's pray for the world now more than ever.

  4. JoAnn
    1 year ago

    Glenn Beck had the "artist'? who painted this picture on his show last night. The guy said he was trying to portray how the right was crucifying Obama. Typical left wing nut. God bless.

  5. lindangel
    1 year ago

    Just more proof-that Obama is one of the "anti-christs" and yes 50% of you Catholics voted for him!
    May the real God have mercy on your souls.

  6. THERESA
    1 year ago

    i guess someone has just said it all, Domine miserere nobis.as much we need to denounce such things we should be careful not to turn into that which we hate most.Christ is Harmony.stand ready for your liberation is near at hand.

  7. John
    1 year ago

    D'Antuomo grow up.... I would put the words at the head," Domine, miserere nobis" meaning " LORD HAVE MERCY ON US"

  8. vance
    1 year ago

    Blasphemous Obama. What an Obamanation on our country. But he has over 1/2 the Catholics in his back pocket.

  9. abey
    1 year ago

    The painting does suggest a mystery , as to whether his garment is rent at the bottom.

  10. DLL
    1 year ago

    The painting dishonors both Christ and President Obama. It only serves to incite hate for both personalities. The is no point in it other than to shock and disturb people. That is why it is the work of a devil. The intent is to achieve chaos. The definition of the devil is chaos. Christ is harmony.


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