Pelosi "God Sent Us OBAMA?" VIDEO: Obama Kids Sing for Dear Leader...

When I viewed this You Tube Video I personally found it very disturbing. When you view it I'll be interested to see what your thoughts are, both republican and democrate.
In our economic times i understand that is priority and it will soon be worked out and we will all go forward. One thing we can't afford is to make the wrong decision on November 4th. We need to be informed and ask questions no matter what party you support. These are times of great decision making not only for our new leader but for us as americans.

Since starting this discussion only a few hours ago at best, FOX NEWS has picked up this video and it is now on their main web page... go to

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everyone that has found interest in this video tune into fox news now..after commercial they are going to play this video on the Bill O'Reilly show.

Ok, I'm changing the channel.
coming up next buddy
Okay...that was a bit strange. It almost seems cultish. IMHO
Hello BirdDawg,

We missed you at BBQ. I hope you can make it to the next one.
Dorcheated, sure planned on being there. Little health problems. Be back at um soon.
Sorry to hear about that. It sound's like you getter better let me know if their is something I can do to help.
pretty much sums things up

"Obama is a vapid demagogue, a hollow man that despises American culture. He is ill-suited to be president of the United States."

buckle up demo's its going to be a rough next 30 days!

Youtube and Foxnews are not the most respectible sources of info....
Here is something really interesting and probably why we keep hearing about coal instead of CNG coming out of both candidates mouths.

The silliness is too much for me to get into otherwise... Pelosi is Dozey and we all know that, she is the Candy Rice of the democrats (we are not immune to 'characters')...

But since you guys started pulling up doctured pics of Obama I thought yall might like the above, nicknamed We are the

The website about energy:

Holy crap. You have to be kidding me. What a joke.
Well, here was something I though the people voting for McCain and not expecting to get into a war with Iran: This is no laughing matter... Rev Wright looks like a boyscout compared to him and it explains the pic above... by the way not all jews care about having that piece of land where they get bombed almost daily and certainly aren't look forward to the END TIMES...

SELF FULFILLING PROPHECY... what lobbyists try to do:

On July 16, I attended Christians United for Israel's annual Washington-Israel Summit. Founded by San Antonio-based megachurch pastor John Hagee, CUFI has added the grassroots muscle of the Christian right to the already potent Israel lobby. Hagee and his minions have forged close ties with the Bush White House and members of Congress from Sen. Joseph Lieberman to Sen. John McCain. In its call for a unilateral military attack on Iran and the expansion of Israeli territory, CUFI has found unwavering encouragement from traditional pro-Israel groups like AIPAC and elements of the Israeli government.
But CUFI has an ulterior agenda: its support for Israel derives from the belief of Hagee and his flock that Jesus will return to Jerusalem after the battle of Armageddon and cleanse the earth of evil. In the end, all the non-believers - Jews, Muslims, Hindus, mainline Christians, etc. - must convert or suffer the torture of eternal damnation. Over a dozen CUFI members eagerly revealed to me their excitement at the prospect of Armageddon occurring tomorrow. Among the rapture ready was Republican Former House Majority Leader Tom DeLay. None of this seemed to matter to Lieberman, who delivered a long sermon hailing Hagee as nothing less than a modern-day Moses. Lieberman went on to describe Hagee's flock as "even greater than the multitude Moses commanded."

Throughout CUFI's Israel Summit, videographer Thomas Shomaker and I were hounded by PR agents seeking to prevent us from interviewing attendees about the End Times. The conference, we were told, was about "one message" - evangelical Christians supporting Israel. We were instructed to only interview CUFI leaders capable of sticking to the talking point that their support for Israel has, as Hagee declared, "nothing to do with the End Times." But I was forbidden from asking Hagee about statements he made in his book, "Jerusalem Countdown," that appeared to blame Jews for their own persecution. After doing just that during a press conference, I was removed from the conference by off-duty DC cops summoned by members of Hagee's family.

I have covered the Christian right intensely for over four years. During this time, I attended dozens of Christian right conferences, regularly monitored movement publications and radio shows, and interviewed scores of its key leaders. I have never witnessed any spectacle as politically extreme, outrageous, or bizarre as the one Christians United for Israel produced last week in Washington.

but if you want a video:


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