This Is Why I Call Him Hussein

Remember when the National Day of Prayer was, back in the spring? Do you remember how Hussein observed it? Do you?

He ignored the day- unlike his predecessor, President Bush, Hussein just totally ignored a nation’s religious heritage, which is mainly Christian and Jewish, and went on down the road, figuratively speaking. Okayyyyyyy—— not the smartest move, but then, unlike others, (mainly left- wing loons) I have never said that this guy was smart- indeed, I have said repeatedly that I thought he was dumber than a bag of hammers.

He proved it again the other day, at the start of Ramadan, when he “spoke” to the arab world to wish them well and extend “blessings”-

It’s even translated into several languages.
From the White House blog:
President Obama extends his best wishes to Muslims around the world during Ramadan. (public domain) 

Sous-titrage disponible en français.
Имеются русские субтитры
Özürlüler için altyazılı
Teks tersedia dalam bahasa Indonesia
Kapsyen tertutup terdapat di dalam Bahasa Melayu

Now, do you remember how Obama observed the National Day of Prayer?
He distanced himself from it.
The Washington Times reported:

President Obama is distancing himself from the National Day of Prayer by nixing a formal early morning service and not attending a large Catholic prayer breakfast the next morning. 

All Mr. Obama will do for the National Day of Prayer, which is Thursday, is sign a proclamation honoring the day, which originated in 1952 when Congress set aside the first Thursday in May for the observance. 

For the past eight years, President George W. Bush invited selected Christian and Jewish leaders to the White House East Room, where he typically would give a short speech and several leaders offered prayers…

Maybe he was serious when he said America was a Muslim nation?
gatewaypundit.blogspot.com

Yea, maybe so- why else do you intentionally anger so many people who you are allegedly the leader of, while obsequiously kissing the A$$es of people you have no control over? Or perhaps it is brain damage-let’s put him on a waiting list for about a year for an MRI to find out if he’s one prayer rug short of a mosque. He can take the government plan- after all, it is good enough for us.

Of course, if he is crazy, then maybe the government plan is a load of manure. Heck, why prevaricate- we all know its a load of manure anyway, driven by a man who is so full of himself that it is a wonder his head fits in any enclosed space.

What I find amusing is Air America’s take on Hussein- now they find that he will lie to the left too, and they have their panties in a wad over the meetings with big Pharma on this healthcare fubar- they are incensed that he did not keep his pledge to have the talks on C-SPAN, and actually have the transparency he pledged to.

Go here to hear the radio hosts trash the Resident-

At least he is an equal opportunity liar- we on the right knew he was going to lie- we had listened to him during the longest campaign in history. Jews have crossed deserts in half the time that campaign took- so we knew that the lies were there. But it has taken the left awhile now to figure out that Hussein used them as a steppingstone to the White House.

When Air America is pissed at you, then you have really taken a left. It would be a NatGeo moment to film the chase of Hussein by a pack of rabid union goons who have had their health plans switched to the Gubbmint option- watch as they begin to flank him. See their pack mentality, as they circle while the Alpha hoffa sneaks around back to sever the achilles tendons- aaah yes, there he goes down, slashed at the heels. Now unable to walk, the pack dispatches him quickly in a frenzy of entitled perks.

Ah well, it was but a dream………. or was it?

Blake

If you enjoy what you read consider signing up to receive email notification of new posts. There are several options in the sidebar and I am sure you can find one that suits you. If you prefer, consider adding this site to your favorite feed reader. If you receive emails and wish to stop them follow the instructions included in the email.



Print This Post

If you enjoy what you read consider signing up to receive email notification of new posts. There are several options in the sidebar and I am sure you can find one that suits you. If you prefer, consider adding this site to your favorite feed reader. If you receive emails and wish to stop them follow the instructions included in the email.

29 Responses to “This Is Why I Call Him Hussein”

  1. Adam says:

    Let’s get one thing straight first of all. The National Day of Prayer is not some great tradition or a way to celebrate our nation’s religious heritage. It’s a day largely promoted by the radical Christian Right through groups associated with Focus On The Family.

    Now you want to compare that to Ramadan, a centuries old worldwide Muslim period of fasting and reflection? Get real.

    Only under George W. Bush did it become an every year thing for the White House to hold a special event. Clinton didn’t hold one, George HW Bush held it one year, Reagan held one year as well. So Obama MUST hold one or he’s just pissing off Christians? Right. Keep trying.

    Now, if Obama blew off an actual Christian holy day then you might have a point. But has he? Not so much as I can tell but you may want to look that up more for me.

    The problem is you think that wishing people in the US and around the world well on Ramadan through a blog post and video is “kissing asses” and only issuing a proclamation but not holding a special event on the day of prayer is “pissing off” Christians.

    Funny, as a Christian I’m not pissed at all. I find Obama’s approach to his faith very refreshing. He’s expanded faith based initiatives, he’s holding commissioned prayers at many presidential rallies, he’s has a council that advises him on faith related issues.

    While the US is majority Christian he also represents that 22% of folks who are of differing a faith or no faith at all and he’s also our face to the world which is vastly more diverse than our nation.

    So when you’re done with the fake outrage feel free to rejoin the real world where Obama shows his faith in a different way than you think he should but he still shows his faith nonetheless. And no, having a name like Hussein is not evidence that he is a Muslim no matter how hard you want it to be.

    • Big Dog says:

      Why does Obama have anything to do with faith when the left believes the Constitution says separation of Church and state?

      Obama did not celebrate the National Day of Prayer his first year in office, isn’t that strange? I don’t really care because I know he bends over backwards to appease Muslims and discounts Christians and Jews. If he had such an outreach he would not be so unfriendly toward Israel, a nation that is our ally and has not attacked us.

      Representing everyone of faith (or no faith) is admirable. Seems he would do that with equal zest rather than elevating one over the other.

    • Big Dog says:

      Let’s get one thing straight first of all. The National Day of Prayer is not some great tradition or a way to celebrate our nation’s religious heritage. It’s a day largely promoted by the radical Christian Right through groups associated with Focus On The Family.

      So this item would indicate that it was not a tradition?

      1775: The first day of prayer was declared when the Continental Congress “designated a time for prayer in forming a new nation.” Source

      And the holiday issue:

      It was created as a floating holiday in 1952 Wikipedia

      I also think you mistake not holding special events for not celebrating the day.

    • Blake says:

      Lets also get one thing CRYSTAL Clear- Hussein has been puckering up for the muslims ever since his first German Apology Tour.
      If he DID keep everything on an even keel, treat all faiths the same, I wouldn’t have a problem, but you can take the man out of the madrassa, but you can’t take the madrassa out of the man, apparently.
      When I see him treating all faiths either with equal reverence, or equal indifference, I won’t bitch, but I do have a right to complain now.
      So- Are we CRYSTAL clear?

    • Troy says:

      Wait. What?! You said, “As a Christian I’m not p***ed at all.” Dude, seriously?! Maybe you don’t understand the meaning of the the word ‘Christian’. It means to be ‘Christ-like’ or ‘like Christ’. So maybe it’s time for some introspection about your ‘faith’ because, based on your comment, I’m just not feelin’ it.

      You also said “Obama shows his faith in a different way”. I’m not even Obama knows what his faith his, but I know it’s not the same as my Christian faith. My faith understands that life begins at conception. Whenever that life ends by another human, it’s murder. (‘Thou shall not kill.’ Remember? Or no?)

      My faith also understands that the Islam is based on teachings that implore its followers to kill anybody who doesn’t follow Islam. My faith is a faith of love, kindness, and respect for women.

      It’s not that Obama didn’t anything special for National Day of Prayer, it’s that he’s going out of his way to be president of the world rather than the President of the United States.

      • Big Dog says:

        Good points Troy.

        BTW, the Commandment is thou shall not MURDER. Murder is a crime. killing is tthe justifiable taking of a life (as in God inspired David to kill his enemies but Cain murdered Able).

        Good to have you here. Please come back often and add to the conversation.

  2. Adam says:

    Again, I fail to see how the National Day of Prayer is in any way as significant to Christians as Ramadan is to Islam. It’s not. Not even close. This is fake outrage and you know it.

    This is like saying Obama skipped a ball for veterans so therefore he doesn’t support the troops. Sorry, but you have no basis for stating either idea just because Obama hasn’t always chosen to continue every presidential tradition there is.

    Obama is a Christian and man of faith and he has shown that time and again even to the dismay of many liberals who hate religion in politics.

    The truth is this has nothing to do with Christianity and everything to do with the fact that you both hate Islam and pee your pants every time Obama tours a Muslim country or wishes Muslims well on their holy days.

    • Blake says:

      It has been a long time since I peed my pants at anybody’s threat.
      To paraphrase Phil Hartman’s take on Frank Sinatra, ” I have chunks of people tougher than you in my stool.”
      This is indicative of his bad attitude, and contempt for this country.
      That is Okay, I have contempt for him.

    • Big Dog says:

      I don’t hate Islam, I hate the people who use it to justify murder. I don’t pee my pants when Obama speaks anywhere. I am not a bed wetting liberal and would confront an enemy unlike the real bed wetters on the left.

      • Adam says:

        It’s may be good to point out that you don’t wet the bed out of fear. On the issue of pee pants, given the heightened level of paranoia and hysteria being output by the right today I’d say the argument “No, you!” doesn’t really work out well for you here…

        • Blake says:

          So now I am supposed to be afraid by association? That is too ludicrous to believe.
          At the age of seven I was already catching and donating snakes, some poisonous to the Houston Zoo, where I became fast friends with John Werler, the herpetologist. It was he who got me my first paying gig- selling poisonous snakes to the Houston Toxicology Labs.
          Not much scares me anymore except my country losing the rights that have kept us free, and your mess-iah is doing that.
          I am not scared, I am P*ssed.

        • Adam says:

          Not much scares you…except your delusions and paranoia about our country losing the rights that have kept us free? Yes, this is just like when Clinton took all our guns away.

          • Big Dog says:

            Clinton imposed an assault weapons ban (a term that has no significance because it is based on appearance) and what happened? The crime did not go down. Clinton wanted to take the guns away but had to settle for the assault weapons ban. Why should a weapon be banned because someone calls it by a name that instills fear?

            Suppose they said that you had free speech but you would be arrested for using foul language or burning a flag? You would be up in arms about the infringement on your rights and yet you think it is OK to infringe on the rights of others.

            • Adam says:

              Exactly. The Right hasn’t had this level of paranoia and delusion since Clinton left office but how quickly it all comes back to you, huh?

              Sorry to be the one to tell you this but there are limits on free speech just like there are limits on the right to bear arms.

              I can’t help it if you think the 2nd amendment gives you the right to have any type of gun anywhere at any time and you view any opposition to that as infringement. That’s just not simply reality and that’s something you’re going to have to accept eventually.

            • Blake says:

              Not necessarily- all we need to do is get the liberal A$$holes out of office, and perhaps we can put this country back instead of devolving into some kind of crappy third- world POS.
              Now, perhaps that scenario makes you happy, but it kind of pisses me off.

  3. Darrel says:

    “Thou shalt not be as the hypocrites are: for they love to pray standing in the synagogues and in the corners of the streets, that they may be seen of men… “But thou, when thou prayest, enter into thy closet, and when thou hast shut thy door, pray to thy Father which is in secret.” Matthew 6:5-6

    • Blake says:

      An atheist quoting scripture? Did you just come fresh from the tower of Babel, Darrel?

    • Troy says:

      Seems we have a liberal quoting scripture out of context… this never happens. /sarc

      Taking something of out context doesn’t make it mean what you want it to mean. Matthew 6:5-6 deals with the FALSE religious leaders of the day. Notice that it says ‘Don’t be like the hypcrites’ or those people that put on a public display of religion, so that everyone can see how religious they are.

      It’s not about praying for the recognition of man- it’s about having a relationship with God and praying (having a conversation) with him. Being humble, honest, and real.

  4. Barbara says:

    Adam, you and Obama can never be seen as Christians. The bible says you will know them by their fruits and I don’t see any good fruits here. A christian would not be going to a Universal Church which is far from christian, nor would they be trying to control people. Thank God we have the privilege, for now, of belonging to whatever religion or cult we want to, but then, don’t profess to be a christian as a christian is supposed to have characteristics like Christ, which does not mean we can’t say what is wrong, wrong, but not hating the one who said it. You seem to have a lot of hate in you.

    • Adam says:

      Barbara:

      I thought we agreed not to talk to each other. Let’s keep it that way.

      • Blake says:

        Isn’t that rather close-minded, Adam? Barbara doesn’t seem like a threat to me- did she eviscerate you too badly with her words?
        She seems nice enough to me-perhaps its you.

        • Adam says:

          Apparently you are unfamiliar with Barbara’s constant “I feel sorry for you” and “you can never be seen as Christian” brand of judgmental messages. It would be a waste of time to respond much to that and it’s better that we both be on the same page.

        • Blake says:

          Apparently you are unfamiliar with the repetitious “wingnut” stuff you subject me to- would it be a waste of MY time to respond to you?
          But, as you wish- you see no double standard here.

        • Adam says:

          Let’s not pretend all I ever do is call you a wing nut. That would be a pretty short conversation. But then again you are a wing nut…

        • Blake says:

          Go get him Barbara—