(CNN) â€” Speaking to Sunday church congregants in New Orleans, Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama invoked Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount days before the second anniversary of Hurricane Katrina.
“Getting ready to talk to you today, I recall what Jesus said at the end of the Sermon on the Mount,” Obama said at New Orleans’ First Emmanuel Baptist Church. “He said, whoever hears these sayings of mine and does them, I will liken him to a wise man who built his house on a rock.”
“The rains descended, the floods came, and the winds blew and beat on that house. But it did not fall, because it was founded on the rock,” he continued.
That rock, he said, was a principal of brotherhood exemplified by the church during Hurricane Katrina â€” but not the federal government.
“Something was wrong in America. Our foundation wasn’t built on the rock,” he said.
Who knew you shouldn’t be depending on the federal government to take care of you? Honestly, Obama is seriously on to something groundbreaking.
Obama then went on to argue that when Jesus returns to earth, he’ll approve of and begin performing the miracle of abortion. Seriously though, how does a man like Obama who believes in unfettered access to abortion as a means of birth control have the right to invoke the words of Jesus Christ? Please, explain it to me!
It disgusts me how Democratic politicians, only during election season, tend to become devout people of faith and spend more time in church then any other time in their life. Obama is a hypocrite in the plainest sense. He claims to be some kind of Christian yet he supports abortion, how does that conundrum exist together? I don’t even have to go beyond that one issue because I would like anyone to argue with me that Jesus, were he on earth today, would support killing unborn babies because people are irresponsible. Go head, try to argue that with a straight face.
It’s one thing if you call yourself agnostic, then I don’t care what you support. However, for Obama and others to claim to be Christians and then refuse to follow Christian principles is sickening to me.
He’s so divine: