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Jamie Foxx Calls Obama Lord and Savior

Saturday, December 1, 2012
posted by Bob Siegel

Originally published by Communities @ Washington Times

SAN DIEGONovember 27, 2012 — President Obama has much to be thankful for these days. Not long after his reelection as president, he was promoted to an even higher office by Jamie Foxx. The Academy Award-winning actor spoke at Sunday’s Soul Train Awards in Las Vegas saying, “It’s like church over here. It’s like church in here. First of all, give an honor to God and our lord and savior, Barack Obama.”

To be fair, this is not the first time a title of Jesus was used of other men. Emperor Domitian demanded to be worshipped as Lord and God toward the end of the first century, creating somewhat of a moral and social dilemma for early Christians.

Although Domitian was dead serious, Jamie Foxx is a comedian and may have been making a joke. Even if he honestly believes his own words, we should still cut the man some slack. After all, many comparisons can be made between Barack Obama and Jesus of Nazareth:

Whereas Jesus told Peter to put down the sword, someone under Obama’s chain of command instructed CIA operators to stand down when Americans at the Benghazi consulate were under attack.

Whereas Jesus calmed a storm on the Sea of Galilee, Obama calmed Republican Governor Chris Christie after Hurricane Sandra.

Whereas Jesus multiplied two fish and five loaves of bread into enough food to feed five-thousand, Obama took the 5.8 trillion dollar national debt of 2008 and doubled it by 2012.

Whereas Jesus instructed his disciples to give Caesar what is Caesar’s and give God what is God’s, Obama tells Christian institutions to also give Caesar what is God’s in the name of contraception covered by health insurance.

Speaking of contraception, since some birth control can cause abortions, the Virgin Birth also comes to mind. Jesus was born of the Virgin Mary, Obama would have assured Mary that she had a right to choose.

On the other hand, Obama’s procrastination before finally releasing his birth certificate makes people wonder if he too was born of a virgin.

Whereas Jesus is part of a Trinity, there is also more than one Obama; the Obama who promised to bring the country together in 2008 and the Obama who ripped us apart with class warfare in 2012.

This is Bob Siegel, making the obvious, obvious.

 

Bob Siegel is a weekend radio talk show host on KCBQ and columnist. Bob sometimes selects reader’s comments and responds to them on his radio show. Details of his program can be found at www.bobsiegel.net.

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3 Responses to “Jamie Foxx Calls Obama Lord and Savior”

  1. I’ve pointed this out before, but I’ll say it again. I don’t go to movie theaters to catch Hollywood productions.

    Instead I wait until the availability of DVD rentals or streaming offers the product on my home big screen HD TV. The advantages of home viewing are too numerous to mention. Ya just need a little patience, waiting for the movie to become available for private showings.

    Aside from being a cheap bastard, my other chief motivation is to stop funding the opposition. And that’s what you do when you attend such offerings in your local movie mega-complex.

    Yes, you still must pay a pittance to rent the movie. But that small price provides Hollywood with a tiny fraction of what they make if you pay movie ticket prices.

    Even though a handful of “right winger” actors are hurt by my decision, probably 90% of the thespians are on the other side, and generously fund Obama ET AL.

    Starve the Hollywood beast. Change your viewing habits. You’ll love the improvements as well as the cost savings.

  2. Mole says:

    You got that right R.R. Viva NETFLIX, HULU etc.! Defund the left.

  3. bill @ the county says:

    In all fairness, most of the comments I’ve heard about Obama in this regard (the “annointed one”, the “messiah”) have come from the right.

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