Barack Obama: Meat or Fat?

Rev Al Sharpton says:
“Right now we’re hearing a lot of media razzle-dazzle. I’m not hearing a lot of meat, or a lot of content. I think when the meat hits the fire, we’ll find out if it’s just fat, or if there’s some real meat there.”

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Says Obama
,
“Stop looking at it!”

You heard the senator.

Hee, hee.

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22 Responses to “Barack Obama: Meat or Fat?”

  1. British Kenyan Says:

    He looks great and he will be a good American president! Support Obama!!!

  2. Nijma Says:

    British Kenyan, do you have any first-hand information about Barack Obama campaigning for the man named Raila Odinga they say is his cousin? Also about whether sharia law would be good for Kenya? They say Odinga wants sharia law.

  3. amanda Says:

    omg he is fat!!!! i am sooo not voting for him yeah peice out home dogs!!!! =]]danggg fo sizzle barak obama you suck i hope you don’t win for president/vp

  4. Will all africa vote for u.you have win,good luck to u. Says:

    Barack obama i want to use this opportunity to tell u that you should not disappoint us,because every body are put they hope on you.Good luck to u obama

  5. chrisinTN Says:

    Obama’s body fat percentage is seemingly unimportant in his suitability as president. As much as we, as a modern nation, would like to believe that race is not important in this election, the fact remains that racial influence is undeniable. A well known radio talk show host performed a test, to see how many black voters were even aware of Obama’s policies and positions. He randomly asked several black citizens on a busy street some questions, one of which was something like,”Are you voting for Obama?…Why? Is it because he is against abortion or because you like his running mate Sarah Palin?” An overwhelming majority of those asked the question chose an erroneous reason for voting for Obama. Many of his black supporters are unaware of his ethnic mix, caucasion 50%-arab-43.75%-and black-6.25%. He has been accepted among the “black community” because of his regular attendance in a “black” church, and his decision to marry a black woman. I don’t think the churches should separate black and white, nor colleges or institutions, which only serve to further divide the races. I believe it is individuals like Rev. Jeremiah Wright who perpetuate these racial tensions and this feeling of wanting to be victims. Every American in the present has equal opportunity to excel in this country. Who is there out there who is applied, seeks higher education, shows good workmanship and dedication and does not succeed? I did not attend college, and I came from a family in which money was tight, but I realize that in America, if I had pursued my education, and made high marks in school, that scholarships and loans would have been made available to me regardless of income, race, or religion. It was simply something I didn’t pursue. If I truly believed Obama is unbiased and has the nation’s best interest at heart, as a whole, I would likely vote for him, but the reluctance to salute the flag, which so many have died to protect, as well as a 20 year association with Jeremiah Wright, causes me to question his loyalties and vested interests. There is an old saying,”birds of a feather flock together”. If Obama is truly unsupportive of Jeremiah’s perspective on contemporary America, how could he have been a loyal patron of his church for so long. If his was merely going through the motions for political reasons, then I would have to question his allegiance to islamic groups. I am voting for Mc Cain, in opposition to Obama.

  6. chrisinTN Says:

    Also disturbing to me as a Christian, is the fact the Obama stated publicly that “we are no longer a Christian nation.” Yet our founding fathers of this country were all Christian men, and our constitution and laws were all derived directly from Biblical values. We are still one nation,UNDER GOD, undivisible, with liberty and justice for all. We are NOT a nation of unbelievers, although some may occupy the country. When we as a nation, reject the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob…and our Lord Jesus Christ…then will our nation fall.

  7. Nijma Says:

    Chrisin,
    “No longer” a Christian nation? It never was. I can’t think of even one “Christian principle” the nation has been founded on. Certainly not Matthew 19:21.

    The phrase “one nation, under God ” is not from the Constitution. It’s from the Pledge of Allegiance and was added in 1954 at the urging of the Knights of Columbus. The First Amendment of the Constitution states that “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion. ,” It also says “no religious test shall ever be required as a qualification to any office”.

    I could only wish that more Moslem countries would embrace the freedom of conscience guaranteed by our own Jeffersonian tradition of separation of church and state.

  8. chrisinTN Says:

    Will you also deny that George Washington was a member of the masonic order? Also that the first stone of the White House was anointed during a masonic ritual involving George Washington and several other founding fathers. Where does our statement on our currency come from ‘In God We Trust’…Our constitution does not ordain a relion, yet it’s justice was derived from religious texts…Do some research on the matter…

  9. chrisinTN Says:

    The majority of the signers of the Declaration of Independence were free masons…To understand the religious implication, one must have knowledge of masonry…

  10. chrisinTN Says:

    Nijma,

    Thank you for your response, but I’m quite aware that the earlier stated quote came from the pledge of allegiance, I don’t recall making the claim that it was part of the constitution. Our justice in America has always revolved around the belief in the Supremacy and Higher Order of God. Only recently have the ten commandments been removed from courthouses, yet when we take the ‘stand’ , we are sworn in on a Bible, traditionally a CHRISTIAN Bible. I haven’t been in a courthouse in some time, they may allow other Holy books now, which even the Koran was written by the descendants of Ishmael,son of Abraham. Even in the 60′s, when John Lennon made the comment that the Beatles were ‘more popular than Jesus Christ’, it had a tremendous impact on the sale of their albums. So Christianity wasn’t diminished in this country as of then. Sadly, it does appear that our nation is trending away from the values of Christian teachings, but as long as I live, I will support Jesus Christ, as did George Washington and all the founding fathers of this country until the end of my days. The most prominent religion in America is still Christian.

  11. Nijma Says:

    “Our constitution does not ordain a relion, yet it’s justice was derived from religious texts”
    What texts? The Jewish Old Testament that prohibits eating pork?

    “Do some research on the matter.”
    Click on the links I provided.

    There is a huge difference between the freedom to worship privately as your conscience dictates and having religion dictated by government.

  12. chrisinTN Says:

    The DAILY NEWS editorial helpfully noted the reality of religious diversity of American citizens and the importance of religious freedom. Though some form of the Christian faith is the overwhelmingly dominant religion in the nation, religious freedom and diversity is a vital characteristic of America. The freedom of Americans to practice the faith of their convictions is crucial to our strength. Religious coercion or oppression has no place in America, and an established religion or church is by nature coercive. I do take issue with the implication that the Constitution does not reflect a particular belief system. The plain truth is that the American Constitution was born because of the Christian faith. The view of human freedom and conscience written into the Constitution is a Christian idea. This document could not have been conceived or written except by statesmen in a culture deeply influenced by the Bible.
    It is important to read the Constitution in relation to the Declaration of Independence. In the Declaration, the Christian view of the world and humankind is more clearly expressed. Four titles for God from the Bible are clearly stated (Lawgiver, Creator, Judge, Providence), forming the basis for human freedom, dignity and rights. Reading the Constitution in isolation from the Declaration sets us up to misunderstand the concept of human rights and societal order stated in our national charter.
    Though this is an uncomfortable thought for many on the right and on the left, it is precisely the belief system of the Christian faith which made the Constitution possible and which is the ground for the rights we enjoy today. It is the assumption of the Constitution that every individual is “endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights.” This is a fundamental “belief” about humankind and world. Without that belief, servitude and oppression will return and descend upon us. On this belief our laws are founded.

  13. Nijma Says:

    The Declaration of Independence was based on the philosophy of John Locke and the idea of “social contract” going all the way back to back to Plato.

    The last time I checked a Bible, Jesus recommended “rendering unto Caesar that things that are Caesar’s.”

    I don’t know why these right wing churches have suddenly come up with all this “Christian nation” talking point stuff and trying to put the Ten Commandments (Moses, not Jesus!) into public spaces instead of churches. It wasn’t that long ago they were very leary of government, fearing the government would try to influence their teachings.

  14. Andrew Says:

    so what Nijjma, what are you a jew?Shes christian end of story your your own religion.Stop fighting or ill kick your ***

  15. Andrew Says:

    so what Nijjma, what are you a jew?Shes christian end of story your your own religion.Stop fighting or ill kick your ***
    also if you check the bible doesn’t that make you christian?
    the bible is God’s letter to us.

  16. Nijma Says:

    I’m not sure what Andrew’s point is, but he sure seems eager to defend it by kicking people. How charming.

  17. Anonymous Says:

    he is fat and a n*****

    *****edited. -Nijma

  18. Anonymous Says:

    n*****

    *****edited. ~Nijma,
    Obviously the same as anonymous #1 with a Verizon IP address in Virginia, but wasn’t that already said? Maybe it’s a stutter.

  19. Anonymous Says:

    Anonymous appears to need prayer.

  20. Anonymous Says:

    Correction: anonymous person above needs prayer

    Our new president elect is going to be great!!

  21. chris Says:

    he is so hot

  22. chrissy Says:

    obama is the man!!!!!!!!!
    go obama….


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