Monday, November 3, 2008

Fundie Nutjobs For Obama

Apparently, one segment of Obama supporters believe him to be the Anti-Christ and they're voting for him to help bring about the End Times

For eons, Christians have believed the world is hurling toward oblivion. But with the current economic downturn, the war in Iraq and the likely election of Barack Obama, many think it has picked up speed.
"Economic hardship is the mother's milk of prophetic progression," said Todd Strandberg of Bellevue, Neb. "It always brings about change, and it's what is helping Obama get elected."


I'm just not clever enough to snark on this.

8 comments:

Jeri said...

I wonder if there's a Facebook group called "Fundie Nutjobs for Obama"? And if it has a healthy membership?

Seriously... good lord. Of course, that's probably what the religious types are thinking, literally. LOL

Janiece Murphy said...

His address really tells you all you need to know.

Fucking Nebraska inbreds.

Random Michelle K said...

Christ on a fucking pogo stick.

What the hell is WRONG with people?

Ugh.

Tania said...

wow. omg wow.

can't even bring myself to use caps, i'm so gobsmacked.

Jim Wright said...

This is nothing new, far right Christian conservatives have been voting support to Israel and the Jews (whom they hate) for decades in hopes of bringing about Armageddon and the End Times.

But yeah, if it helps get Obama elected and keeps their conservative friends out of Congress and the White House, more power to them.

MWT said...

Uhhh. Whatever float's their boat. o.O

vince said...

I second Jim. And these idiots don't seem to get that for centuries people have been sure that current events match the signs and the Bible and that the end times are here. And they've all been WRONG.

Jeez, people, how STUPID can you be?

Eric said...

Jeez, people, how STUPID can you be?

Vince, I regret having to say it, but I have yet to see any sign that H.L. Mencken was wrong when he said, "Nobody ever went broke underestimating the intelligence of the American public."