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Subj: Re: I seldom read posts this long.
Posted: Thu Aug 17, 2017 at 01:04:31 pm EDT (Viewed 435 times)
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Posted: Thu Aug 17, 2017 at 12:47:51 pm EDT (Viewed 449 times)
Quote:Actually , we had a Racist in chief under president Obama, as He had little regard for calling out islamic terrorists, and he pretty much tried to undermined the Judeo Christian culture that America was founded upon...
Quote:How did Obama undermine Christian culture when you clearly state below that he attended church? And what does not calling out Islamic terrorists (which Obama in fact did do) have to do with racism?
Exactly. Saying Obama never called out Islamic terrorists is an utter lie. Any quick Google search will quickly turn up examples:
Quote:Remember rev Wright, and His anti white spewing, anti american tirades, and the former president just sat there over 20 years and enjoyed them?
Quote:Wright's views were informed by a very real history of unequal treatment of blacks. I imagine that Obama understood that, even if he didn't agree with Wright's sentiment.
Right. Obama repudiated Wright publically about their differences.
Quote:Those in Media/press are blind to the leftists thugs in their ranks, and their hatred for trump is so intense that IF he was jesus Himself in the WH, they would find fault with him!
Quote:The irony here is too thick. If he was Jesus himself? Maybe people hate Trump because he's more unlike Jesus than any other President before him? Groping women; fawning over prepubescent teens; multiple divorces; accusations of rape; lies against easily provable facts; this is all just the tip of the iceberg. Building walls against Mexico goes counter to "Love thy neighbor." Banning Muslims goes counter to "Turn the other cheek." I don't see how you, a self-proclaimed follower of Christs teachings, can excuse Trump in the least.
Exactly. In terms of following the teachings of Christ, Trump is the least Christian-like U.S. President of the 20th and 21st centuries. That Evangelicals support him stinks of hypocrisy and shows that politics is more important to them than religion.
Quote:Also, why are we still talking about Obama? He's no longer President.
When Trump supporters can't deny Trump's awfulness, they try to change the subject.