Obama Victory = End Times (According to Crazy People)

I hope everyone is well rested after last night.  I, myself, was merely a half-hour late to work after staying up to watch both speeches (worth it).

I am super-excited to report that extreme right-wingers are overreacting to President Obama‘s victory in a delightfully cartoon-ish way. But were you really expecting anything else?

Joseph Farah, founder of WorldNetDaily.com and Snidely Whiplash mustache-model, is pissed.

Like, super pissed.  Look, I get that people think that Obama’s financial plan is not great, and that it’s not the right direction for the country.  But this headline is a bit… insane sounding, if you ask me:

American Pronounces Judgment on Itself

Yikes.  Let’s see if the article gets any better:

For many of us, the unthinkable has happened.

THE UNTHINKABLE!?  You couldn’t even think of it?

Far be it for me to criticize someone else’s purple prose, but jeez Louise!

There may be no way home for us.

For those of us who fundamentally reject Obama’s policies, things are going to get very rough for the next four years. We have allowed our fellow Americans to pronounce judgment on the nation.

That’s what Obama represents to me — God’s judgment on a people who have turned away from Him and His ways and from everything for which our founders sacrificed their lives, their fortunes and their sacred honor.

This isn’t about fiscal policies so much as it is about the shifting morals of the country.  It’s about G-O-D.  Our country is moving towards non-discriminatory policies (like letting gay people get married) and this is not, I repeat not, what God has in mind.  (I am tempted to question how an all-powerful god keeps letting this crap happen if it is so utterly against His will, but I won’t.  Another conversation for another day.)

It’s time to form new communities of people who understand just how much Americans have been disenfranchised from our God-given rights and responsibilities.

But, at the end of the day, people generally get the kind of government they deserve.

When you turn away from the ways of God Almighty, this is what you should expect, if you are a student of the Bible and history.

When you turn away from God and religion, yes, this is what you should expect.  We should expect those who downplay the trauma of rape to be excused from their seat by voters.  We should expect people to stop using a fundamentally messed-up moral code to keep a significant portion of the population from enjoying the same marital rights as the rest of us.  We should expect our leaders to be elected based not on their gender or sexual preference but on their qualifications.

Farah pines for the “America we once new and loved.”  Is he longing for the ’80s, when people like him were calling AIDS a gift from God to punish the homosexuals?  Is he longing for the ’60s, when a black man and a white woman couldn’t get married because of people like him?  How about the ’20s, when women had to fight for their voices to be heard?  Is he looking back to 19th century values?  What is it he misses so much?

Farah, if you want to complain about Obama’s financial plan, more power to you.  And while it is well within your rights to say that America is going in the “wrong direction,” it is well within my rights to say that you’re wrong.  You’re wrong, and history is going to look back at people like you as villains.

About Jessica Bluemke

Jessica Bluemke grew up in the suburbs of Chicago and graduated from Ball State University in 2008 with a BA in Literature. She currently works as a writer and resides on the North side of Chicago.

  • http://twitter.com/ReasJack Jack Jesberger

    I found the first day of the 1000 years of darkness to be surprisingly sunny, if a bit cold.

    • IndyFitz

      It’s all the damn shade and excess clouds. The next thousand should be freer of overabundant flora and towering cumulonimbus formations.

    • http://twitter.com/silo_mowbray Silo Mowbray

      That was so beautiful, it needs to be on a bumper sticker.

    • advancedatheist

      Chuck Norris made a fool of himself by confusing Obama with Sauron or something. But I bet the meme he started will circulate for awhile, like George Lakoff’s “Don’t think of an elephant.”

  • http://www.patheos.com/blogs/friendlyatheist/ Kevin_Of_Bangor

    Proud to say I voted for Obama yesterday and I voted to allow same sex couples to marry in Maine which I’m proud to say is the 1st state to pass it by popular vote and yes, Maryland we beat you to the punch. Maine declared victory before you did :)

    • IndyFitz

      You said it!  Very proud to be a Mainer on the right side of gay marriage (meaning the correct side, not the politically right side). It was great so see a dreadful wrong from three years ago fixed.

      • Tim

        Congratulations Maine.  You should be proud of yourselves.

        • eonL5

          We are!

    • http://www.facebook.com/steven.satx Steven Satx

       As good as it is to see marriage equality expand in this country, it never should have gone to a popular vote, it never should have had to.

      • http://www.patheos.com/blogs/friendlyatheist/ Kevin_Of_Bangor

        Correct you are but the folks in Maine spoke loud and clear last night.

  • http://www.everydayintheparkwithgeorge.com/ Matt Eggler

    When you turn away from GOD you get the government you deserve! You know, like Denmark, Norway and Sweden; those secular HELL – HOLES filled with educated affluent  happy people living in safe, low crime communities protected by a rigorous social safety net! Oh the HORROR!

    • advancedatheist

      Progressives in the U.S. treat our country’s white population as obsolete holdovers from America’s past, yet they point to the pasty-white strongholds in Scandinavia as nearly utopian societies. Go figure. 

      I also consider it curious how American progressives overlook the fact that Sweden’s social-democratic government pursued aggressive eugenics policies through most of the 20th Century. Perhaps Sweden turned out well because the government restricted the ancestors of its current population. 

      • http://www.everydayintheparkwithgeorge.com/ Matt Eggler

        I am a bit confused by your reply. First, my point had nothing to do with race. I was in no way intending to slight my fellow white Americans. I was merely comparing American society with Scandinavian society to point out that the Christian meme of secular countries with strong social safety nets being horrible places to live is ridiculous. It is not the whiteness of America nor the multi-ethnic nature of America or the whiteness of Scandinavia that is at issue. It is what these societies chose to value.

        Second, your point about Sweden’s eugenics program is extremely flawed on many levels. It is true that most American progressives overlook Sweden’s eugenics program. Most non-Progressive Americans overlook The US’s eugenics program so what’s your point? 

        Sweden’s eugenics program lasted from 1934 to 1976, or 42 years which is less than half of a century; so your statement that it was pursued through most of the 20th century is inaccurate. Eugenics programs involving forced sterilization firs started in the US in 1907 and didn’t end until 1972. That is a total of sixty-five years which is indeed most of the century. The US was, in fact, the first nation to implement such programs. However it is also true that the Swedish program was far more aggressive  than the US, sterilizing a significantly higher portion of its population.

        Most Swedes are aware and ashamed of their Government’s eugenics program. Most Americans are unaware of the eugenics programs in the US, and many of those that are don’t seem very disturbed by them.

        In 1999 The Swedish government agreed to pay compensation to the victims of its eugenics program. No such move seems forthcoming in the US with a recent attempt in North Carolina having stalled. In 2005 the Swedish Education, Research and Culture Minister commissioned a study into why eugenics took hold in Sweden. Again, no such action in the US.

        If you are not a fan of Progressivism and/or Scandinavian style socialism, thats great; there are many good, valid arguments to be made from that position but instead you give the fallacies of the non-sequiter and poisoning the well. The later one is particularly weak in that it only reinforces my premise that Scandinavian societies are strong, healthy and highly functional societies: Sweden, like all nations committed an act of evil but they stopped it, acknowledged it, examined it and attempted to make amends. The US committed the same evil and stopped it but the bulk of American society seems to be wondering what all the fuss is about and is waiting for everyone to forget about it so they can pretend it never happened.

        • http://profiles.google.com/leskern Les Kern

          I LOVE the smell of a clearly thought-out and respectful take down in the morning.

        • Stev84

          The US was really a role model in eugenics for many European countries. The Nazis looked to America for inspiration in the 1930s and then used that as defense in the Nuremberg trials

      • http://www.facebook.com/people/Sandy-Kokch/100000074576649 Sandy Kokch

         errrr….. till THIS is a thing of the past, we pasty white Europeans DO get to poke fun at you yanks and call you a nation of backwards hicks stuck socially somewhere in the dusty ass end of  the 1940s

        http://www.pewglobal.org/2011/11/17/the-american-western-european-values-gap/

        And THAT my American chummy is why when you guys get on a plane and come to commie pinko stealth fascist eugenics happy EuroLand people generally, on hearing you speak, pat you on the head and say “Awwww…. how quaint”.

        • Sindigo

          In the study you cited the UK does indeed nestle closer to the US on some metrics, but not all. France is more isolationist, for example and more Germans think that it is necessary to believe in god for morality. 

          Why I feel it necessary to defend my country, I don’t know. I wonder if I would were it not being compared to the US.

          • Tim

            Let’s not argue about which country is better than the other.  The important thing is that both the USA and the UK are moving in the right direction on social policies (health, marriage equality etc) – just a shame about our economies.

            • Sindigo

              You’re absolutely right. There was an element of snark toward the US in my comment for which I apologise. Especially considering the election result, which frankly has come as a huge relief.

              I was a little disappointed in Obama’s victory speech though. He listed a whole bunch of minorities and explained how they could all “make it” in America if they were to work hard at it but I didn’t hear him mention other religions, or even no religion. Or did I miss it?

      • Palli Holubar

        I’m white. I voted for Obama first time, second time,
        advanced atheist. Get real.
        The majority of voters for Obama were also.  

    • Porhq

      The horror!!!! 

  • Daniel

    Yeah, I went to a couple of the wacky fundamentalist sites his morning to see how they were taking it, and it was as nuts as expected.

    My favorite theory is that the U.S. Government has the technology to control hurricanes and Obama either caused or directed Sandy to help his polling.  

    The really odd thing is that going back to yesterday morn, the consensus was that Romney would win in a landslide.  Had to be wishful thinking as I can’t recall a single poll showing that.

    • http://www.facebook.com/jrandyowens Randy Owens

      I suppose they harped on about HAARP a lot?  That always seems to get dredged up in these things.

    • Russian Alex

      Seriously, there’s a conspiracy theory of that already? Man, I thought I was kidding when I said to my girlfriend that Sandy looks like it was a special order in time for the elections :)

    • Baby_Raptor

      Rush Limpdick cried about Obama having weather control technology and using that one hurricane to try and prevent the Republican national convention. (Sorry, the name escapes me.) Even my roommate’s dad, who is about as TeaBagger as one can get, didn’t buy that one.

    • Shared Humanity

      And I thought Pat Robertson insisted that hurricane Katrina was God’s punishment of New Orleans for its sinful ways.

      (something about Jazz being the Devil’s music)

  • GodlessPoutine

    Nothing has been more amusing to me this week than listening to Conservative Talk Radio.  They are going absolutely freaking crazy.

    Neal Boortz Show:
    http://www.boortz.com/Player/101701171/

    It get’s real ranty around 7:30

    They’re whipped up into a fury.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_6O7TY36KKR4RN2JRA7MLV6LEZY Stan Dalone

    Good one, Jessica!

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_QPVVPRJ7QKLPU6TF5B4IZTENTI No

    Don’t treat this guy with kid gloves. Seriously, this presumptive, ambitious, god-bothering lunatic is responsible for one of the top 3 clearing houses for conservative (and literal) insanity and conspiracy theorizing on the ‘Net. He is overflowing with bad beliefs and ideas, let alone a reprehensible agenda, and doesn’t care. I get his garbage recycled to me by family members who believe a lot of what WorldNutDaily posts. 

    People like this never believed in the actual America; they believed in this rotting, fetid straw man version that I can only see as having been this nauseating holdover of the separate-but-equal mentality. His view reeks of undeserved white privilege finally realizing in reality what it had always feared and tried to erase politically. Add to that the fact that he’s part of the demographic that is shrinking, and you have a recipe for total nervous meltdown over some form of oppression they must imagine into existence, rather than have evidence for. 

    We are about to see a lot of really crazy thoughts be aired in public, I think, and the attacks on Obama become even more absurd in their charge and scope. And believe me, if we thought they’ve said the craziest things they possibly could, another 4 years is all they need to get their juices flowing anew. Obama is just the obvious proxy of the target they’re really aiming at culturally. but I don’t know whether this is a good thing or bad. In some sick way I can only hope these guys continue to become even more insane, because it is really starting to have the effect of driving the GOP to either consider in real terms their own worldview, or to disappear altogether.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Adam-Patrick/100000027906887 Adam Patrick

    These people must reach real far into their asses to come up with this stuff. Where else do they get these ridiculous ideas?

  • http://cryofly.myopenid.com/ anuran

    You mean, you actually read stuff from that website?!?!? I’ve tried that before and ended up with migraine every time. It is like god’s words beaming bright into my eyes.

    Anyway, how dare they criticize god’s judgement? Are they not supposed to accept it with humility? I believe, they are asking for more punishment. A constitutional amendment to double the president’s term from 2 to 4. 

    I am still in mourning that Stein/Honkala ticket did not win a single precinct / parish… :(

    • Deven Kale

       I’m still not entirely convinced that term limits were even a good idea in the first place. It allows a sitting president too much freedom in their last term, considering they no longer have to consider the ramifications of their actions. At least, not nearly to the same degree.

  • murphium

    Sorry to criticize your purple prose, but you mean “far be it FROM me”, not FOR me.

    • JohnnieCanuck

      Ever notice how when people apologise in advance for something, they still go ahead and do it anyway?

      That mistake kind of stuck out for me, too. It’s an eggcorn, I think.

  • Octoberfurst

     This morning I couldn’t wait to go look at the crazy right-wing websites like Worldnetdaily, Freerepublic and TheBlaze.  As I expected they were all in melt-down mode. It was really fun to read the comments they put down prior to the Obama landslide. They were convinced that this would be a cake-walk for Romney and that the Tea Party politicians would fill Congress. But then they lost–big time!  The howls of outrage and fury just spilled over all across the page.  They were predicting God’s judgment on America and that  in 2013 Christians would be thrown into FEMA camps, the Bible would be outlawed and everybody would be forced into gay marriage. LOL.
      Frankly I found it hysterical and was savoring every bit of angst they spewed. They really are batshit loony.  

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Adam-Patrick/100000027906887 Adam Patrick

      I did the same thing. I have to wonder how these people live with that amount of paranoia. 

      • Octoberfurst

         I don’t know either. I can’t imagine they have happy lives.  I picture their homes as bunkers with guns everywhere, basements packed with survival provisions, etc. Plus they all have an intense fear of anyone who is the slightest bit different from them “That swarthy guy across the street—is he a Muslim? I’ll bet those joggers were gay! Why is there a Black guy driving in my neighborhood?  Is he going to steal something?”  Yep they are always on the look-out for the dangerous “other.’
          Of course most are fundie Christians who believe that God gets really pissed about such things as gay marriage and abortion. His wrath is coming—they just know it!  And the Anti-Christ is always just around the corner waiting to start persecuting them.  Yeah life is tough when you are crazy.  LOL

        • Lynn Lieurance

          God is coming alright…..they just don’t get it, he’s coming for THEM!!  He’s pissed at them!!!!  And the anti-christ is here, his name is Mitt Romney!!!!

        • kaydenpat

          “Why is there a Black guy driving in my neighborhood?  Is he going to steal something?” 

          Sadly, I bet George Zimmerman thought like that when he shot Trayvon Martin.

        • Grinch

          As someone who lives with one of these people — they really are miserable, sad, terrified, and paranoid people. Everything is terrifying to them, but then again, when you live in a world where everything is either a conspiracy or God’s wrath, what else can you expect but terror?

          I really am convinced that most of them have untreated mental illnesses. It’s really quite sad, if you can get past the fact that these people are being taken seriously. 

          Sorry about any typos or sentences that don’t make sense – it was my pizza, whiskey, and horror movie morning. :-p

    • http://twitter.com/silo_mowbray Silo Mowbray

      If you really care about understanding why the GOP/Far Right in the U.S. are so far out on the lunatic fringe, look up Dr. Bob Altemeyer’s paper “The Authoritarians.” It’ll blow your mind, while informing you at the same time.

    • Willy Occam

       Wow, that is a whole lot of bat-shit crazy over at Farah’s website!  Love how Octoberfurst’s entry in the comments section there was like poking a hornet’s nest… all those good, sweet Christians sure get ugly in a hurry! 

    • Sindigo

      Thanks for the tip. I didn’t know where to head for the butthurt. TheBlaze is hilarious right now.

    • kaydenpat

      The “everybody would be forced into gay marriage” part sounds interesting.  Not sure that all Rightwingers would hate that actually.

  • Sven2547

    For the short-term, I truly enjoy drinking the sweet tears of sorrow from the far-right nutters.
    In the long-term, I sincerely hope Republicans start cleaning up their party and moving in a less psychotic direction.

    • Antinomian

      The soup d’jour at the White House today is Tea-Bagger Tears and Bacon.

  • http://www.facebook.com/jrandyowens Randy Owens

    I think Mr. Farah should be summarized as “Joseph Farah says Obama was sent by God.”  That should stick in his craw pretty well.

  • Russian Alex

    If there’s one thing that came as a surprise for me after this election, it’s how many Americans have retained their sanity and motivation to do the right thing after merciless attacks on those qualities by the likes of Farah.

    Thank you, fellow progressive citizens, and keep up the good fight!

  • Raising_Rlyeh

    By their logic god is punishing America by giving us exactly what we wanted? God is working reverse psychology? 

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Adam-Patrick/100000027906887 Adam Patrick

      Remember. The lord works in mysterious ways.

  • DelAnaya

    Get Thee over there to Farah’s column: (http://www.wnd.com/2012/11/america-pronounces-judgment-on-itself/) and start commenting. It’s great fun. The wing-nut faithful are out in force

    • BeasKnees

      Wow, that was scary.  I had to stop reading before I face palmed myself to death.

  • mikespeir

    There’s not been a country in the history of the world that’s lasted more than a few hundred years at best, so I’m confident that eventually one of these prophets of doom will just happen to guess right about America.  But it won’t be now and it sure won’t be Joseph Farah!

    • Michel_m

       Egypt and Grece would like a word with you.

      • nakedanthropologist

        Not to mention France, China, and Japan.

  • Helanna

    I really like all this “We let this happen” and “We allowed our fellow Americans to do this”. No, you didn’t ‘let’ anything happen, because you’re a delusional nutbag who is, thankfully, in the minority. There’s nothing you could have done anyway.

    • kaydenpat

      Thank you.  The majority voted in a manner that Farah didn’t like.  Simple.  Nothing to do with him allowing anything.

  • http://religiouscomics.net/ Jeff P

    Obviously God sent Sandy to punish the Demoncrat leaning North-East and to expose Obama’s lack of leadership. The problem was that many of the Demoncrats have turned away from God’s intended message and misinterpreted the hurricane as simply an unfortunate natural weather event and then misinterpreted Obama’s actions to help facilitate federal assistance to the affected states as appropriate leadership. True leadership would have been to engage in unending prayer and focus exclusively on God’s plan for us all

    - God wants Marriage only between one man and one woman.
    - God wants all people to attending church regularly
    - God wants no pre-marital sex
    - God wants employers to decide (for employees) what is covered in health-insurance
    - God does not want people to have universal health-care coverage
    - God does not like the minimum wage
    - God wants us to do away with regulations
    - God wants us to teach biblically in public school
    - God would prefer to do away with public school altogether
    - God wants teacher-led prayer in school
    - God wants government-led and sponsored evangelism
    - God encourages bullying the un-godly
    - God wants social conservatives to dictate what women can and cannot do with their bodies
    - God doesn’t want us to worry about the environment. 
    - God wants to build a fence around the gays and lesbians (and might as well through the atheists in there as well)

    • Godlesspanther

      This is stuff that god wants now. God changes his mind all the time. God wanted racial segregation, god wanted inter-racial marriage prohibited. God wanted to prevent women from voting. God wanted to retain the institution of slavery. 

      Strange that these things that were so important to god at one time seem to be forgotten about now. 

    • Cthulhu818

      You forgot that God likes rape, and forced ultrasounds.

  • http://slantrhyme.wordpress.com/ slantrhyme

    As a student of the bible I’m expecting slightly cloudy skies with a chance of frogs. 

  • http://twitter.com/arensb arensb

    God’s judgment on a people who have turned away from Him and His ways

    But haven’t we been told ad nauseam that we can’t know what God wants because “God’s ways are not our ways”?

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Adam-Patrick/100000027906887 Adam Patrick

      Are you expecting consistency in religion?

      • http://twitter.com/arensb arensb

        Well, there is a certain amount of consistency in religion. Across a broad swath of faiths and denominations, the central message seems to be the same: “Shut up, stop asking questions, and go make me a sammich. Er, that is, God wants a sammich.”

  • Willy Occam

    My favorite reaction is when the right-wingers threaten to move to another country whenever a democrat gets elected.  Good luck finding a decent place to live that’s culturally farther to the right than the good ol’ U S of A; here’s a list for starters:

    • Iran
    • Saudi Arabia
    • Pakistan
    • Syria
    • Colombia
    • Indonesia

    Enjoy living in your new homeland, folks (oh, and don’t forget to keep the whole Jesus-thing to yourselves; most of those countries are not big fans…).

    • http://twitter.com/samffmendez Sam the Fastfan

      Actually NOT Colombia. Please. However, I would add, China (where the right-wingers would have to sub out Jeebus for The Red Party), Afghanistan, North Korea (see China), Somalia and of course, Oklahoma. Oops, sorry this last one is IN the USA!

  • http://www.facebook.com/billy.inmon.5 Billy Inmon

    Your picture on this website makes you look like a phychopath but that aside. The demacrats 3 years ago tried to pass as part of the healthcare bill the implant in the hand of every American by force which contained a tracking chip along with all personal information and financial information. Obama has stated as much that he could mandate that so it didn’t make it into the final bill. This is your great and faithful leader Obama. Not to mention millions of people will be affected by the loss of hospitals doctors and charities that will not pay for abortions and close their doors. Good luck explaining that to your children liberals. And if teachers even for a moment think they are gonna keep their healthcare and not be forced on obamacare they are in dream land. As I said before. Your picture needs work.

    • S_in_Tokyo

      Your head needs work.

    • Question Everything

      Hm.. attack the person’s picture, then say a bunch of stuff without citations, then attack the person’s picture again.  You did notice how the article posted wasn’t happy with some of Obama’s policies?  So much for the great and faithful leader.

      In any case, care to post some citations to anything you mentioned?  I’d be curious to read them.

    • Baby_Raptor

      You really need to turn off Faux and actually read what the bill says. 

      • http://www.facebook.com/people/Adam-Patrick/100000027906887 Adam Patrick

        But that might require him to think. 

        • Baby_Raptor

          True…And that might explode his brain.

          • Cthulhu818

            You say that as if it would be a bad thing.

    • Renshia

       I also heard Obama had his horns trimmed back for the election.

      • kaydenpat

        Ha!  What about the pointy tail and cloved hoofs?

    • phantomreader42

       Yes, yes, we know, all reality is a vast conspiracy to sap and impurify your precious bodily fluids and the aliens are monitoring your thoughts through the fillings in your teeth to implement the nefarious agenda of the Underpants Gnomes in association with the mummified remains of Abraham Lincoln.  Fuck, you can’t even make up amusing or original bullshit, all you’re capable of doing is babbling moronic delusional nonsense. 

    • TiltedHorizon

      “The demacrats 3 years ago tried to pass as part of the healthcare bill
      the implant in the hand of every American by force which contained a
      tracking chip along with all personal information and financial
      information. Obama has stated as much that he could mandate that so it didn’t make it into the final bill.”

      I was freaked out by this news but the dust bunnies under my bed, which only I can see,  say you are crazy. I’m incline to believe them as the voice in my head say they ain’t wrong. Snopes also agrees with ‘Voice in my Head’.

      http://www.snopes.com/politics/medical/microchip.asp

      • sunmusing

         I used to have “voices” in my head too…until they told me it was a cell phone…

    • Ducky

      Sadly the first sentence in that hot mess was the most lucid part of the rant. The rest was…just ok, really. If you’re going to rant, at least make it fun for all of us.

  • Stev84

    That ridiculous pornstache always makes me crack up

  • Robster

    I thought that Pres. Obama was stuffed when the whoary old Billy Graham offered his prayers for Mittens (sounds like a pussy cat), but no, once again the god / jesus / ghost thingy they all fawn over has failed dismally. The mormon version is obviously a failure too. Pity a muslim wasn’t on the ticket, that would take their version out too.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=597605006 Mary Driftwood

    Last night after the election was called, I saw my first ever TV commercial for a firearm. A company selling rifles, with all parts made in AMERICA! Gee, I wonder what demographic they were trying to appeal to?

  • Keulan

     I am enjoying hearing and seeing all the wingnuts freaking out over the election. My favorite so far is from last night, when Karl Rove was in denial over Obama getting Ohio.

  • The Other Weirdo

    That is an awesome mustache. Sorry, that’s all I got.

  • http://www.facebook.com/shane.lear Shane Lear

    Somebody pass the Cocoa Puffs, please.

  • Sidney18511

    The GOP will soon go extinct. They can’t change, their propaganda is already baked into the cake. Their done.

  • arthur1526

    I will say this:

     

     

    Death is either eternal annihilation, a gallows on which will be hanged
    both man and all his friends and relations; or it comprises the release papers
    to depart for another, eternal, realm, and to enter, with the document of
    belief, the palace of bliss. The grave is either a bottomless pit and dark
    place of solitary confinement, or it is a door opening from the prison of this
    world onto an eternal, light-filled garden and place of feasting.

     

    From Staff of Moses,  Risalei Nur collection by
    Said Nursi.

     

    http://www.nur.gen.tr/en.html#leftmenu=Risale&maincontent=Risale&islem=read&BolumId=8210&KitapId=398&KitapAd=The+Staff+of+Moses

  • http://www.facebook.com/umm.naadirah Umm Naadirah

    People ask you concerning the Hour [the Day of Judgment]. Say,” Knowledge of it is only with Allah . And what may make you perceive? Perhaps the Hour is near.”
    No one knows when The Day is, and anyone who claims to know is a liar. That is all.

  • kaydenpat

    This Christian is ecstatic that President Obama was re-elected!!  Sorry Mr. Farah.  If you don’t feel that you can stay because you are not pleased with Obama’s re-election, please feel free to leave the US.  Not sure which country would make you feel comfortable given your extreme Christianist views.  Nowhere in Europe comes to mind. 

  • Sarah

    Please please..proof things before you submit. Numerous spelling and grammar errors, and antonym difficulty.