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Kristof on Obama

Interesting opinion piece in the NY Times by Nicholas Kristof about the political race and Barack Obama.

5 Responses

  1. I see you have my awareness test vid to.

    you should stop by.
    as they control you here.


  2. Boy we christians are really stupid people who are swayed by our fear of Satan and the anitchrist…that’s why evangelicals are voting for McCain, cuz they think Obama is the anti-christ.
    If only we could be enlightened maybe we would just accept everyone and be at peace here on earth and in the political process. smirk, smirk, And if we vote for the right guy we can prove we are not bigots.
    Oh no now I don’t know who to vote for because he just pointed out that McCain is sleazy…I didn’t know all that trash about McCain till he pointed it out in his let’s not be sleazy article.
    What to do, what to do…

  3. The problem is that even if he claims Christ, and was not influenced by the two different Muslim stepfathers in his life, he sat under the teaching of a racist black liberation theology preacher for twenty years. Christ told us “by their fruits ye shall know them.” Is there any sign of regeneration in someone who can’t even bring himself to vote for the Born Alive Infant Protection act?

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