Tuesday, November 4, 2008

Barrak Obama, Our President

With the arrival of the news that Barrak Obama is our next president, there is one thing that I do not regret about this. I am glad that we now have a president who is African American. But what makes a man qualified to be president? Is it the color of his skin? Or his experience and knowledge of how to efficiently do the job? America was so anxious, so ready to get a black man in the White House that we were willing to turn a blind eye to everything this man stands for, to sacrifice everything America stands for and to embrace what America has fought against since the day it was founded, namely socialism. For those who doubt that Obama could possibly be socialist I have a few words for you. Obama's "Spread the wealth" idea is the very foundation of socialism. I quote Karl Marx(founder of socialism)

"To those according to their need, from those according to what they have."

In other words, Give to those who do not have(and will not labor for) what the man who has worked hard owns.

But what will we do? Will we sit back and watch our country turn against the very principals that it was built on? No! I urge you not to give up, but to continue to fight for what is right and good. So please, do not be discouraged, be encouraged! For after all, God always has the first, the present and the last word in everything.


Written for Teens Set Apart


Charlie said...

You are right, Connor. Welcom to the Obamination.

Anonymous said...

Very Right Connor

all for Jesus said...

I have a question, how do we fight for what is right and good? And what do you classify as right and good?


Caleb said...

All for Jesus: To be blunt(very blunt), the new generation of Christians need to have many, many children. The only way to take America back from the Marxists is to outnumber them. It might take a while, but that is what must be done... but there's a good side: children are a blessing and a heritage from the Lord! This won't be a hard thing to do if we believe what the Bible says!

all for Jesus said...

That's a great idea if you're married. I am not. I hope the Lord will give me many children at the right time. What can I be doing right now to fight for what is right and good?


Charlie said...

'Atta boy, Caleb! My thoughts exactly!

cj said...
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cj said...

I classify anything that God veiws as right and good, as right and good. It is good when Doctors are protecting the unborn and not destroying them, it is right when our country veiws marriage as sacred and that it is the joining of one man and one woman, and nothing else. These are just a few things that are right and good, and that are worth the fighting for.

How do we fight for these things? By sreading the gospel, the gospel turns people away from evil.


Erik B. said...

I think the main reason Obama made it was that people are so mad at Bush, the Republicans, the war, and the slow economy. Anyone who is not Bush or a Republican will be favorably viewed by the majority of voters. In this case, I think the voters were focused on who the man was not- Bush or Republican, rather than who the man is.

Caleb Nathaniel said...

I agree with Erik B, though I still don't understand why everyone hates Bush...

I guess it is because he stood for what is right. President George W. Bush stood up for what was right. I earnestly believe he did his job to the best of his ability.

"If the world hates you, know that it has hated me before it hated you... Remember the word that I said to you: 'A servant is not greater than his master.' If they persecuted me, they will also persecute you. If they kept my word, they will also keep yours."
John 15:18,20

~Caleb Nathaniel

all for Jesus said...

Thanks Connor!