Nation of Islam Leader Louis Farrakhan Calls Barack Obama “The Messiah” … Separation of Church & State?


What are we to think of this besides head shaking bewilderment and fear? Everyone thinks is a quirky joke when references are made of Barack Obama being the “Chosen One” or the “Obamamessiah.” Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan leaves no doubt when he says, when Obama talks “the Messiah is absolutely speaking.” Once again it’s about the company that one keeps and those that would want to bestow power upon Obama. The question in voters minds should be why? Why do so many people who espose hate toward America want Obama to become President of the United States?

Imagine, just imagine what the MSM would do if some reverend, pastor or priest made such a reference about either John McCain or Sarah Palin. The Left & the MSM would be criticizing either candidate for their right-wing, conservative Christian values. GWB was chided for his religious beliefs during his Presidential election, now we have a liberal, far left candidate that is being referred to as “the Messiah”. That in itself if sacrilege enough. What ever happened to separation of Church and State? How can Obama be the Messiah and President? Where is the uproar from the LEFT?

One thing we will say regarding this matter and as the Bible teaches us, beware of false prophets:

Beware of false prophets, which come to you in sheep’s clothing, but inwardly they are ravening wolves.

 “You are the instruments that God is going to use to bring about universal change, and that is why Barack has captured the youth. And he has involved young people in a political process that they didn’t care anything about. That’s a sign. When the Messiah speaks, the youth will hear, and the Messiah is absolutely speaking.”

This was originally reported back in February 2008, without the video.

I wonder why the MSM is not commenting on these words of praise from Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan? As The Gateway Pundit states, “I was not aware that Islam had a Messiah?”

“Brothers and sisters,” Farrakhan said, “Barack Obama to me, is a herald of the Messiah. Barack Obama is like the trumpet that alerts you something new, something better is on the way.”

Farrakhan points out that the man Nation of Islam followers refer to as “the Savior,” Fard Muhammad, had a black father and a white mother, just as Obama did.

“A black man with a white mother became a savior to us,” he said. “A black man with a white mother could turn out to be one who can lift America from her fall.

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    44 Responses to “Nation of Islam Leader Louis Farrakhan Calls Barack Obama “The Messiah” … Separation of Church & State?”

    1. Richard on October 11th, 2008 9:19 am

      “universal change” … that you CAN’T believe in.

      As is noted above, imagine if some rightist Christian organization said such a thing about McCain. The media would be up in arms.

      “A black man with a white mother became a savior to us,” he said. “A black man with a white mother could turn out to be one who can lift America from her fall.”

      Do I detect a kind of racism here?

    2. Scared Monkeys on October 11th, 2008 9:22 am

      Politican endorsements from Louis Farrakhan & Chavez … there’s a reason to vote just the opposite.

    3. Kay Zee Ess on October 11th, 2008 9:48 am

      Another smoke and mirrors article to deflect off the real problem of the economy, health, education et al.

      This ain’t nothing here but comic relief, folks. Thanks and keep on with your vaudvillian skits. I’m needING a good chuckle now and then when considering the fate of the USA and the world during these times.

      “Nation of Islam Leader Louis Farrakhan Calls Barack Obama “The Messiah”?”


    4. Scared Monkeys on October 11th, 2008 10:11 am


      Nope, there is no deflection … this country needs no help or change from a man who Farrakhan. Chavez or Castro would endorse.

      You think the economy or health care sucks now? Wait until the government controls how and when you can invest or what dr or treatment you can receive.

      LOL … you socialist fools … everyone bitched and moaned about HMO’s in this country where an insurance admin got in the way of Dr’s and their patients. Now you want a govt bureaucrat to do the same? You have no recourse against the govt. Ever try to sue Medicare?

      Don’t wish for change, it might come true and who will be crying then.

      Socialism does not work. Ask the markets for the last 8 days as Wall Street has resisted a government buy out of private enterprise.

      Wake up people!

    5. Susan on October 11th, 2008 10:16 am

      I heard on the news someone accidentally called Obama “OSAMA”…LOL! Whoever it was must be reading SM :-)

      OSAMA bin Laden Barack SADDAM HUSSEIN Obama (Gawd, what a long name this man (Obama, the Anti-Christ) has, but it’s not unusual for Islamic radical terrorists) is the next in line to take over Farrakhan’s Nation of Islam. He isn’t fit to be America’s next president!!

    6. txchic on October 11th, 2008 10:42 am

      this is what i’m beginning to think about this whole thing…

      obama fits right in with his whole world views. plus soros knows very well that the stock market manipulation could throw this whole election into obama’s lap. once he nails the election, the stock market turns around & guess who’s the hero?

      i don’t usually go for these conspiracy theories but i’m starting to wonder.

    7. caesu on October 11th, 2008 10:51 am

      McCain: “We have to fight and I will fight but we will be respectful. I admire Sen. Obama and his accomplishments and I respect him.”

      McCain: “He is a decent person, a person you don’t have to be scared of as President of the United States.”

      Woman: “I’m scared of Barack Obama… he’s an Arab…”

      McCain: “No, no ma’am, he’s a decent family man with whom I happen to have some disagreements.”

      those hateful crowds McCain/Palin are attracting are scarier.
      and it’s becoming a problem for McCain.

    8. Juan on October 11th, 2008 11:44 am

      Well, WTF?

    9. Kay Zee Ess on October 11th, 2008 11:59 am

      Scared Monkee sez and called me:

      ” … you socialist fools … ”

      I will not stoop to your level of name-calling(although is is soooo easy and tempting)right now, just make sure that YOU don’t talk of the need for serious discussion here. You are definitely a LAUGH RIOT!

      I suppose you don’t remember when you were an actual conservative forum with respectable values instead of catering to an extreme contingent(not conservative by any stretch of the imagination) whose agenda does not include the health of this country. Anyway, you do have a great forum and I am not a socialist, national or other, by any stretch of that same imagination imagination.

      Thanks SM and lets focus on real issues for a change.

    10. The Bible Post on October 11th, 2008 12:01 pm

      I am very concerned that this man appears to believe that Obama is The Messiah. It will be interesting to see if Obama gives a response to this claim.

      I will say this however, just because this man thinks this about Obama that doesn’t mean Obama believes this about himself.

      We need to measure the thoughts of others with great care, as they can certainly be misleading.

      Nevertheless, if Obama is elected as the next President of the U.S., and he refers to himself as The Messiah, his claim will be rejected by me; and I very well may write a letter of rebuke to him.

    11. 11B40 on October 11th, 2008 12:54 pm


      ““A black man with a white mother became a savior to us,” he said. “A black man with a white mother could turn out to be one who can lift America from her fall.”

      I think this is just so much projection. Farrakhan is kind of light-skinned, too.

      Today’s Question: What’s Black & White and Red all over?

    12. IP on October 11th, 2008 1:02 pm

      Hey 9, Kay Zee Ess

      reading the comment that you are referring to, I really didn;t take it as if that was referening you specifically but all liberal socialist fools.

      Having read here for quite some time the comments from SM are made in generaly not to a specific person even though they are referring to a comment that you made.

      Just my opinion.

    13. Cinderella on October 11th, 2008 1:06 pm


      There are real Americans, not all of them stupid, who still believe that Santa Claus = Obama, and actually plan to vote for him!
      Even though:
      1.) Late-term infanticide of babies.
      2.) Farrakhan is his harbinger.
      3.) Ayers is a trusted political ally (though Obama minimizes it).
      4.) Rev. Wright his pastor for 20 years.
      5.) Obama called Father Pflager (the flagrantly homosexual priest)his ‘spiritual adviser’.
      6.) Obama refuses to release his birth certificate (to confirm he was born in the USA – not Kenya).
      7.) Wife is an angry left-wing nutcase whose Princeton thesis has been sealed until AFTER this election.
      8.) ACORN = ’nuff said.

      IF YOU LOVE AMERICA (warts and all) VOTE FOR MCCAIN 2008!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    14. Cinderella on October 11th, 2008 1:08 pm


      Today’s Question: What’s Black & White and Red all over?

      Barack Hussein (Mohammed) Obama AFTER his real birthplace, Kenya, is revealed and he is disqualified from this election!

    15. Cinderella on October 11th, 2008 1:09 pm

      “Red” with anger and embarrassment.

    16. Cinderella on October 11th, 2008 1:09 pm

      “Red” = Communist in sheep’s clothing.

    17. Scared Monkeys on October 11th, 2008 1:10 pm

      #9, #12 would be correct.

      The term was not meant to be pointed at you directly. It was a general reference for those that think that someone who espouses change must mean it for the good of this country. Hardly.

      You don’t fix capitalism with socialism.

      I am still a conservative and am livid at the idea of a govt bailout/takeover of the economy. It was the socialist agenda that everyone must own a home and be given credit when they had no way of paying a loan back that got us into this mess in the first place.

      The very economic philosophy that Obama rants about and supports is the case of the credit crisis. The fact that people cannot see this or want to see it disgusts me.

      There is a reason why when hiring for a job, the person be qualified to do the job. Gee, one would think that one would have to be qualified to get a mortgage. Oh, that’s just crazy, mean conservatism I guess.

    18. on October 11th, 2008 1:39 pm

      Wow Red (#17) I couldn’t have said it better. I can’t tell you how many friends I’ve talked to the last couple of days who, like me, are shaking their heads and wondering where our country has gone.

      This election shows me the good ole US of A that I learned about in school, grew up in and which my hubby served for 26 year is gone – or at least no where to be seen.

      America was built on the foundation that those willing to put forth blood, sweat and tears could become any thing. It wasn’t about what your country could do for you, but rather what you could do for your Country. It was about rewards for ingenuity and work. It was about love of country and your fellow man. It was about helping others (but those who you helped didn’t get the idea that they deserved to sit and do nothing on someone else’s dime).

      Where does this sense of entitlement (at someone else’s expense) come from? Where does America’s Constitution promise you free heath care and homes you can’t afford? Why do people believe that others’ should support their chosen way of life?

      America is was about freedom to choose – but you get what you chose. If you choose to produce little, you live with little. If you choose to produce more, you live with more.

      Suddenly people have the idea that you can choose to produce little but still enjoy the production of others. Why?

    19. Susy Q on October 11th, 2008 1:43 pm

      If he is not a US citizen he CANNOT be President of the US ! ! ! ! ! So, don’t you think someone should tell someone that he is not a citizen.
      but I think he is….he’s a descendant of The General…Robert E. Lee. My ancestors fought under his command. If he is not a US citizen I’m sure FOX News would have brought that up….

    20. A-lan Koenig on October 11th, 2008 1:50 pm

      This country is not ready for a (edit) to be the next President… let alone a In the closet muslim President/Messiah….

    21. Maggie on October 11th, 2008 2:09 pm

      Sen. John McCain’s 2006 demand for regulatory action on Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac could have prevented current financial crisis, as HUMAN EVENTS learned from the letter shown in full text below.

      McCain’s letter — signed by nineteen other senators — said that it was “…vitally important that Congress take the necessary steps to ensure that [Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac]…operate in a safe and sound manner.[and]..More importantly, Congress must ensure that the American taxpayer is protected in the event that either…should fail.”

      No Democrat signed it..

      Full letter on this page..with signatures, interesting to read..

    22. Kay Zee Ess on October 11th, 2008 2:30 pm

      SM sez…

      “There is a reason why when hiring for a job, the person be qualified to do the job. Gee, one would think that one would have to be qualified to get a mortgage. Oh, that’s just crazy, mean conservatism I guess”

      Bravo, SM, couldn’t agree more. But why blame the borrower alone when it’s the lender who had the same power to say no?

      Now if only all those jobs that Americans had didn’t get moved to India, Red China, etc. where the traitorous owners of those companies pay little in wages and no safety oversights could come back so an honest hard-working American COULD qualify for a loan…

      I see those owners of companies as unAmerican, but that’s just me, and the government paid them with our tax dollars to move there. New world order, I assume. And something that needs to be addressed as well.

    23. Scared Monkeys on October 11th, 2008 2:41 pm

      #22 … I do not blame just the borrower, however, there must be personal responsibility from the borrower. Did lenders use predatory practices, of course they did.

      However, no one can tell me that a person taking out a loan of which they had no verifiable income nor credit score to gain that loan is not partially to blame would be ridiculous.

      There are approx 97% of sub prime mortgage borrowers that seemed to be able to read fine print and work it just right.

      I blame lending institutions that caved in to PC pressure to give away loans and to their absurd business practices where they would loan 100 to 1 debt to asset ratio. Personally, they deserve to go out of business.

      If a car has a hole in its gas tank and stalls on the road, filling up the tank without fixing the leak will do nothing but prolong the car going down the hwy until it runs out of gas again.

      How many times and how much tax $’s will go to irresponsible people and irresponsible companies? Let me not forget the corrupt politicians in this matter as well.

    24. Kay Zee Ess on October 11th, 2008 3:06 pm

      Gov Palin seems to have a fresh enough attitude and, as she states, is definitely outside that circle of insiders that illegitimately made their fortunes off the backs of the unwitting taxpayer.

      Seems to me regardless the outcome of this election, one has to see that four years of proper training for Gov Palin may give her the needed experience to turn the country on a proven path to not only correct itself but put the American people back to work and some prosperity.

      That is, if she wants that job in 2012

    25. Fire Fox on October 11th, 2008 4:03 pm

      This was in the news a week ago. She didn’t handle the situation very well… according to the press. I learned the hard way, catering to hecklers is a stupid move. I know, I said I was going to stay out of it… but, McCain got the message as he is falling farther and farther behind with all the blatant racism that was allowed at this rally. She isn’t looking so happy, now days; and McCain has taken to crowd-control.

      The other day, a little old lady said that she was afraid to vote for O’bama because she thinks he’s an Arab, in the most sincere way… and McCain in a loving a professional manner said, “absolutely, not”! He bragged about what a fine man he is and later, got booed by the crowd.

      Most disturbing, the power of false propaganda and the overpowering emotion of hatred… when it’s mixed. People like Brie, Super Dave and Sharon with their hateful prejudice, ugly jokes and their unfounded criticism is taking a toll on our nation.

      And I have something to say:



      This country is going to have enough trouble getting out of the hole that has been dug into our economy by ‘Bush-enomics’, without neighbor turning against neighbor. Even, McCain is smart enough to realize that. But what does Palin care? She will be returning to Alaska, soon, where she supports the biggest division of them all… The Alaska Independent Party! To live for, what I assume, is at least 20 to 30 years, without learning from the lessons of our forefathers, as well as those of other countries around the world, is not only ignorant, but dangerous. One could go as far as to say that the opinions of some of you are worse than tyranny.

      Be proud that we have different kind of people living under one united nation, for the alternative can be seen in other countries all around the world in bloodshed, homelessness and genocide. How can a group of people that care about the well-being of children be so hateful and crude? Are you willing to send them into the streets armed with sticks and stones, or is it going to be wooden arrows and a bottle of rum. Either way, with the numbers of weapons, personally held, there is sure to be bloodshed… I think we have enough of that going on in Iraq and anyone with sound mind would want to weapons being laid down, for the sake of humanity.

      They’re making money and we’re in an economic crisis… it’s time we use some man-power building and maintaining our own infrastructure, making our financial systems strong and kicking the $10 billion dollar a month war, to the curb! If anything, they should be paying us their $80 billion dollar surplus for keeping them from killing each other! Using that war as an excuse to belittle our, own, brothers is a disgrace… especially, when you consider that our black brothers, just as our yellow and red brothers, are the ones with their asses on the line… for us.


      And, please, beg to differ; if you must. But, at least give it some thought.


    26. Richard on October 11th, 2008 7:31 pm

      Meanwhile, this quote from Gulliver’s Travels may be apposite. It occurs in Book II, wherein the King of Brobdingnag has been questioning Gulliver about the manner in which Britain is ruled:

      “…he gave it for his opinion, that whoever could make two ears of corn, or two blades of grass to grow upon a spot of ground where only one grew before, would deserve better of mankind, and do more essential service to his country, than the whole race of politicians put together.”

    27. Richard on October 11th, 2008 7:35 pm

      Another quote that may be of interest:

      “He fell next upon the management of our treasury; and said, he thought my memory had failed me, because I computed our taxes at about five or six millions a year, and when I came to mention the issues, he found they sometimes amounted to more than double …. But, if what I told him were true, he was still at a loss how a kingdom could run out of its estate like a private person. He asked me, who were our creditors, and how we found money to pay them.”

    28. Maggie on October 11th, 2008 7:47 pm

      Very well said Richard..

      It just amazes me none of them will own up to anything..just more is on newsbusters. Someone needs to also remind Maher deregulation is not what caused it either.. as he sspeaks and the vote on deregulations was 90-8 for..including Joe Biden..

      Maxine Waters, a key Democrat congresswoman that has been implicated in blocking government oversight that could have prevented the current financial crisis, was caught lying Friday evening about her connection to failed lenders Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.
      During the panel discussion of HBO’s “Real Time,” Waters was challenged by the Wall Street Journal’s Stephen Moore about the campaign contributions she’s received from these government sponsored enterprises.

      Despite what public records clearly show, Waters denied she had ever taken any money from these two companies

      BILL MAHER, HOST: When John McCain was at the Saddleback Ranch, I mean Church…I always call it a ranch; and he was asked a question, they both were, by Rick Warren, you know, “what do you do about evil?” and he said DEFEAT IT!

      STEPHEN MOORE, WALL STREET JOURNAL: That’s a good answer!

      MAHER: Right. But it might take him two terms. And Obama said…he had a very different answer. He said “Be humble about it.” Because he was trying to say, you know, ‘evil, it’s not something you can really defeat because there’s no devils out there.’ Sorry.

      {audience laughter}

      MAHER: The devil is within us, you know. And when I see what went on on Wall Street the last eight years, that’s evil to me. That’s the evil within us.

      {raucous applause}

      MAHER: You don’t see that?

      MOORE: I do!

      MAHER: What about…I mean, don’t you think they need regulation? People say ‘well, they don’t need regulation because, you know what, it was just because they got greedy!’ Of course, they went to work on Wall Street! Who goes to work on Wall Street except greedy bastards?

      MOORE: Is there something wrong with wanting to make money?

      MAHER: No, but you have to regulate it! That’s where the problem is; that there was no regulation.

      MOORE: Well, let’s talk about regulation. One of the insti…the biggest institutions that’s failed this year was Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. This is an institution that your friends, the Democrats… in fact you, Congresswoman, did not want to regulate…

      REP. MAXINE WATERS (D-CA): …I believed…I believed…

      MOORE: …you said it wasn’t broke, you said it wasn’t broke, you said it wasn’t broke five years ago at a Congressional hearing, and you took $15,000 of campaign contributions from Fannie and Freddie.

      WATERS: …no I didn’t.

      MOORE: Yeah, you did, it’s in the Senate (inaudible)…

      WATERS: No it’s not.

      {inaudible cross-talk}

      MOORE: You took money from the PAC.

      WATERS: Wait just a minute, just a minute…

      MOORE: … and so did Barney Frank, and so did Chris Dodd.

      WATERS: That is a lie and I challenge you…

      MOORE: Okay.

      WATERS: …to find $15,000 that I took from Fannie PAC…

      Craig, Larry S ID R $18,000 $15,000 $3,000
      Roberts, Pat S KS R $18,000 $18,000 $0
      Waters, Maxine H CA D $17,800 $15,000 $2,800

    29. on October 11th, 2008 7:49 pm

      Fire Fox: Please explain to me why you blame Bushonomics but have nothing to say about those who insisted that Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac NOT be regulated and time and time again when Republicans (including Bush) shouted that Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac were out of control, Democrats defended the two F’s and continued to push for loans to be made to unworthy (credit risky) borrowers.

      You don’t really think that the party that insisted on this economic crisis coming to bear is now some how going to fix it do you? It was Chris Dodd, Barney Frank and Barack Obama that benefited most for defending the two F’s. All of them got thousands of dollars in contributions and sweetheart loan deals.

      The Community Reinvestment Act (enacted under President Clinton)is all about redistributing the wealth. Give homes to people without the income to pay the mortgages and then make the taxpayer pick up the $850 billion bill. Is this really what the American way is about? No, that’s socialism.

      Has Bush been a perfect president? Absolutely not. Would we all clean out Washington DC and start over if we could, you bet. But unfortunately, we are left choosing between two very imperfect candidates. One insists he’s about “change” but all his relationships show that like every other politician, he’s sold his soul to the highest bidder.

      He lies about his relationship with William Ayers. Tell me that you can serve on a board with a person for 7 years and “hardly know him”. Tell me that you can then kick off your political campaign in that same guy’s living room and the world should believe you “hardly know him”.

      Obama has lied about his relationship with Jeremiah Wright. He has lied about his relationship with Tony Resko – btw, it’s reported good ole Tony is finally singing to the prosecutors but apparently not timely enough to get Obama before the election. Every time Obama gets caught, he simply denies and everyone somehow believes him.

      Barack Obama said he did not say he would meet with the leaders of Iran without precondition – yet many of us who watched that debate heard him say it with our own ears – so denials on his website just don’t cut it for us.

      Now there’s this thing about Barry Soetoro’s birth certificate (you know him as Barack Obama, but Indonesian school records say his name is Barry Soetoro, his nationality is Indonesian and his religion is Islam. If this is not true, why won’t Barry produce a real birth certificate with a raised seal? Why are his US school records, his records concerning the Annenberg Project (with William Ayers) and the records of other committees Barry served on with Ayers all locked up?

      Pretty strange stuff for a candidate that is going to provide “change you can believe in”. Sorry, I can’t believe in someone who lies and hides.

    30. on October 11th, 2008 8:01 pm

      BTW, if you know all these things about Barack Obama, you’ve truly with an open mind read the documentation, photos, and analyzed the truth about Barack Obama – and still want to vote for him – that’s one thing. And it’s certainly your right to do so.

      What gets me really wound up is those who deny the absolute gospel truth that is in black and white – and then say they read Obama’s website so it’s not true and therefore they are going to vote for Obama. There are YouTube videos (uncut) of Barry at the debate saying he would meet with leaders of Iran without precondition – this was also on his own website until it was later scrubbed.

      There are videos of congressional hearings with Maxine Waters, Chris Dodd, Barney Frank and other Democrats valiantly defending Frannie Mae and Freddie Mac while McCain, Greenspan and other Republicans where screaming that the sky would eventually fall.

      There is sufficient documentation available (even though Barack has done everything he can to hide it) to show that Barack Obama knows William Ayers far better than he admits. We know he sat in the pews of Jeremiah Wright’s racist and American hating church for 20 years and Obama asks us to believe he was listening! Of course he was listening. He was very close (something he admitted) to Jeremiah Wright. You can’t be close for 20 years or serve on a board with someone for 7 years and not have a very strong idea what they are all about. You also don’t train ACORN leaders and pay ACORN $800,000 and have no association with them.

      Again, if you want to admit all this is true and that you still want to vote for Barack Obama – so be it. One person, one vote. But PLEASE, don’t deny the absolute obvious!

    31. on October 11th, 2008 8:05 pm

      Oh yeah and here’s another relationship of Barry’s that you should know about. Something I wrote about several months back:

      New Party members won three other primaries this Spring in Chicago: Barack Obama (State Senate), Michael Chandler (Democratic Party Committee) and Patricia Martin (Cook County Judiciary)…”these victories prove that small ‘d’ democracy can work” said Obama.

    32. Fire Fox on October 11th, 2008 11:02 pm


      I’m sorry. That comment was accidently posted here and has nothing to do with the current story. I was reacting to the stories on the news having to do with negative campaigning. I have the utmost respect for you and the research you have done, but I’m not that familiar with it. Perhaps, I should do more reading, when it comes to your research and less commenting. Please, forgive me.

    33. A New Girl on October 12th, 2008 5:25 am

      #4-Red—-Why is it that intelligent people just do not “get it” ? I mean, this is basic “Politics 101″…….

      Your post is 100% correct! All of the people that most likely will be voting Obama into office since he stands a good chance of winning…..(you are so right!)- they’ll all be crying and whining by this time next year.

      Hop on the Clue Bus, People BEFORE it runs your ass over !!!!!!!!

      **McCain/Palin ’08**

    34. A New Girl on October 12th, 2008 5:28 am

      @#13- Cinderella—You Go, Girl !!

      Prince Charming awaits with your glass slipper….you are indeed a Princess who delivers the truth to the masses.

    35. A New Girl on October 12th, 2008 5:33 am

      Sorry for all the posts……..

      @#18-Katablog- Yes ! Yes ! Yes and Yes… You got it, Girl. My sentiments EXACTLY.

      ***McCain/Palin ’08 ***

      (McCAIN…warts and all….is better than OBAMA=watch the nation FALL!)

    36. A New Girl on October 12th, 2008 5:42 am

      #32-FireFox….You seem like such a nice little Fox. Please, please—do what Katablog and I have done and do some more reading from credible sources….Many of which Kata can provide for you off the top of her head.

      Then, come back and tell us what you think. We’d be very interested in your thoughts and opinion.

      All the best! From, Your Fellow Monkeys

      ***McCain/Palin ’08 ***

      PS. I suggest using the search bar in YouTube as well for many legitimate/documented videos on Obama’s political speeches/leanings in the past. A lot of it is there, it’s all there!

    37. on October 12th, 2008 10:01 am

      Scared Monkeys has also done a bang up job of posting You Tube Videos and News Reports and blog reports which link to all these sources showing

      1. the culpability of Democrats in the insistence of ignoring the out of control Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae Boston Herald

      2. Barack Obama’s relationship to ACORN
      Michelle Malkin Blog

      3. ACORN’s active participation in voter registration fraud, claiming to be bipartisan while actively promoting Barack Obama and getting hordes of government taxpayers’ dollars to do so.
      Just one article on Voter Fraud

      4. Obama’s relationship with Ayers, Wright, Resko, Pflegar, Just one of many articles from Wall Street Journal on Ayers

      5. Obama stating that he would meet without precondition with Iran’s leaders YouTube video of debate

      The information may not be so much in the main stream media, but it is out there and unlike stuff at huffington post, you will find actual links to documents, news reports, pictures, videos etc. These aren’t done by people who snip and clip like the Obama campaign to make it appear someone is saying something they aren’t either.

    38. JB on October 13th, 2008 10:04 am

      The video abruptly ended because Farrakhan’s words in context would have contradicted the right-wing spin cycle:

      “Sen. Obama is not the Messiah for sure, but anytime, he gives you a sign of uniting races, ethnic groups, ideologies, religions and makes people feel a sense of oneness, that’s not necessarily Satan’s work, that is I believe the work of God.” News, March 5, 2008

    39. Fire Fox on October 13th, 2008 12:24 pm

      New Girl:

      I’m not sure that you’re being sarcastic or paying me a complement. But I can tell you this:

      I have the utmost respect for anyone, like Katablog, that pours her heart and soul into research in an attempt to save people. I have done it, as have countless other people on this site. For a long time the main focus on Scared Monkeys was attaining justice for Natalee and coming to an understanding of the corruption that lies within a nation that would hide the body of a murder victim. That’s what I focused on; and, in spite of all the criticism that I took, I stood by my conviction. There is no justice to be attained in Aruba, but it is the heartfelt compassion that we felt for the family of Natalee Holloway that kept the boycott, not only alive; but endeared to, practically, all Americans. We were all a part of probably the most powerful boycott to ever be charged against a country, without the support or backing of a government.

      There is power in knowledge and Katablog, as well as countless others know how powerful a hand-full of people can be with the right conviction. The problem with trying to turn this election around and turning the people against Obama, at this juncture, is that many of the crimes that have been committed against this country have been used for alot longer than they were ever backed by government. Just as in the Arawak nation, if people get caught up in finger-pointing, there is not an innocent one in the WHOLE lot. That’s why the scene at the rocks was so important to cover over. And, that is why it is so important for Katablog to be very careful. One has to ask oneself, and she asks it well…

      Can we point the finger of corruption toward ourselves; and, if we do, what shall become of us… the most POWERFUL nation in the world?

      Besides, I’ve been candid with Katablog and she knows me well. I am kind. I want health and education, peace and tranquility and the right to become the VERY best you can be in a society that embraces one another, not tears us apart.

      McCain would rather forfeit his election than to bring down the house. For he, just like all the other men in Washington know… there IS life after the election.



      Eight years after the crime, they come up with a name of a company… that Obama and Michele were told was backed by government to help register voters.

      EVERYONE is back peddling…

      as they should!!!!!!


      But, tell me this…

      If you were black and you knew that many of them are not registered, would you not want them to be?


      I would!

      AND I DO!!!

      Because, if there is anyone that can stop the bloodshed, in the Middle East, it is him. And, if there is a man that can help us deal with poverty in this nation, I would hope it would be him. For he has walked the walk and he can talk the talk. Besides, it takes a WHOLE TEAM of people to make things happen in this nation…

      not just one.


    40. Fire Fox on October 13th, 2008 12:39 pm

      I’ll look into her research, and I thank her for doing it; because I know, from experience, the amount of time and effort it takes to put the puzzle together, like she has done… and I also know that Katablog is not a hater, but rather, a concerned citizen interested in helping people; and I, just like the rest of you, have a WHOLE lot of respect for her.


    41. JDB on October 25th, 2008 1:28 pm

      Just testing you’re math question before I re-type my lengthy comment and lose it again

    42. JDB on October 25th, 2008 2:04 pm

      First of all, thanks to JB for finishing the Farrakhan quote – never ceases to amaze me how many people play the “out-of-context” card to try to validate their position. I had the privilege (yes, privilege) of being part of a chamber orchestra that played at a re-dedication ceremony for the minister’s mosque in Chicago last weekend. He spoke for several hours, and with few exceptions, I found his words to have universal appeal and validity no matter what ones race or religious background (I am, by the way, white, female, and have no religious affiliation). I wonder if people ever truly “listen” to the words of someone with a differing opinion and then find they aren’t able to take at least something positive away from that encounter. Having read many of the responses from people who claim to be “informed”, I am drop-dead shocked that there is anyone left out there that could vote a similar administration back into the White House after everything that has occurred after the past eight years. I have never considered myself a member of either of our two major parties (I now like to refer to myself as a Republicrat), and with the exception of a few issues that I feel quite frankly don’t belong in the hands of the federal government, it’s always been pretty much business as usual regardless of who’s been in there. This time however, I think there may actually be a chance for the real beginnings of a new direction. It appears we have finally reached the “rock bottom” I’ve always felt we’d have to get to before the people of this country would finally make their displeasure known. The “greed factor” has reached an all-time high (or low), and business as usual has to end. Both candidates are speaking in those terms, but will either of them truly be able to put the many much needed changes into practice? I’m hopeful for the first time in my life that it is possible. I don’t envy the task the next man in the office of the president of the United States is going to face. It will be an awesome responsibility and surely there will be many “growing pains” along the way. As I feel “not voting” has never been an option for me, I will be voting for Senator Obama on Nov. 4, and if he is ultimately elected, I pray he and his administration will find a way to bring the people of this country together with a sense of purpose that will ultimately benefit everyone.

    43. LT on November 5th, 2008 2:51 pm

      The False Profit has taken office!!

      The prince of thieves now represents our great nation!!

      Today represents the loss of our war against evil and has invited that evil with open arms into our land.

      We have giving power to the one that will forfeit our title to the Europeans and sit idle while our enemies build strength as we help finance their own struggle to gain dominance over America.

      It is a sad day for Americans brace for shock!

    44. abey on April 7th, 2009 6:37 am

      This guy Louis is just rubbish, & NOI is equally rubbish . Just workers of the Devils who want to undermine Islam & its beliefs.

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