• I wouldn't agree with this literally, but YES.

    I know he's not literally an antichrist in general, but his actions as president back that up that he is metaphorically because he says he's Christian, but he let's the Christian nation suffer while he rather support Muslims and atheists. I don't get what makes him a Christian if he betrays others of that same religion. It's mind-boggling!

  • No, Obama is clearly not the antichrist

    Obama is definitely not the Antichrist, as much as some would like to believe. First of all, Obama is not an evil mythical being sent to begin the destruction of humanity. He is the president of the United States. He came from two human parents, he went to college, he got married and he had children. His policies are not malevolent, they are simply the policies that reflect his ideals. He is not bent on the destruction of America.

  • Obama's actions have been to improve the status of the average American.

    Opponents of President Obama consistently agree on one thing: that Obama is creating a blanket of communist ideals upon America.. Obama's actions have all been to help the middle and lower classes of America,a, and to reduce the gap between the social classes. Improving the American quality if life for the other 99% has been the goal for the Obama administration. How can helping and supporting a population be the equivalency of the anti-Christ?
    Republican President Dwight D. Eisenhower once said: "Should any political party attempt to abolish social security, unemployment insurance, and eliminate labor laws and farm programs, you would not hear of that party again.... There is a tiny splinter group, of course, that believes you can do these things. Among them are H.L. Hunt.... A few other Texas oil millionaires, and an occasional politician or businessman from other areas. The number is negligible and they are stupid."
    That quote clearly shows a great man's stance on the actions of a few members of the modern Republican Party (tea party, etc.). Although some might pose the argument that the exact programs in the quote are not to be shut down, they would affect the same people in nearly the same ways. Also, some might say that the intents of Obama are good, yet he has done nothing but talk. A thought like this is untrue, as Obama has tried everything necessary to create a sense of bipartisanship, but was unsuccessful because of Republican stubbornness.
    The modern GOP does not deserve the title of 'grand' because of its inability to side with the people rather than major corporations. The GOP and Democratic Party (Congress in general) in the times of Eisenhower and Reagan was truly the epitome of human participation, civility, sense, prowess, and bipartisanship that the United States of America was founded upon.

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