Posted in Liberal Media Bias, Liberalism's Finest, politics, Religion, tagged Democrat, Imagery, Jesus, Liberal, Liberal Media, Liberal Media Bias, Mainstream Media, New York Times, Obama, politics, Red Cross, Religion on March 15, 2010 |
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Wonder what you would find if you frisked The New York Times today?
Answer: President Barack “The One” Obama… Of course.
Check out this massive, unbiased image of President Obama that’s stamped all over The New York Times website:
Hmm… Is Nola Lopez just trying to add a little ‘pizazz’ to a mysterious photograph of President Obama? Or is Nola Lopez trying to compare President Obama to Jesus? Let’s break it down:
- If Ms. Lopez was actually trying to add a little ‘pizazz’ to the photograph, it would be quite fascinating to see how she’d treat a photograph of former President George W. Bush… Would there be nifty little designs tacked on to the photograph that displays him in a positive light? Hmm… I doubt that would happen.
- If Ms. Lopez was trying to compare President Obama to Jesus… Well… That would not shock me either actually. After all, it is The Obama – Oops! I mean – New York Times… I am sure they have a picture of him on a wall somewhere with an alter added on.
- Or perhaps it could be the third option: It’s simply just the Red Cross medical symbol photoshoped over a picture of President Obama that just so happens to have an odd, religious-like lighting to it. Interesting: If the Red Cross logo doesn’t originate from Christianity, then why do they have the Red Crescent for Islamic states?
Which one could it be? Either way, I think it’s safe to say that the liberal mainstream media has struck again! Oh well… They are failing miserably anyway.
Side-Note: Personally, I enjoyed the comment left by Year_Of_The_Dingo on Hot Air’s coverage of this story:
Maybe the Times is subliminally suggesting that Obama was born in Switzerland.
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Posted in Liberal Idiots, Liberal Media Bias, politics, tagged Danish, Denmark, Idiots, Jesus, Liberal, Newspaper, Obama, politics on December 29, 2009 |
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Wonder what you would find if you frisked the Danish newspaper Politiken?
Answer: Apparently, President Obama is greater than Jesus Christ.
Despite all the compromises, it has finally been possible to ensure something so fundamental, as the right of every American not to be financially shipwrecked when their health fails them. Add to that the biggest ever financial support package in America’s history, a major disarmament agreement and the quickest-ever re-establishment of American reputation.
On the other hand, we have Jesus’ miracles that everyone still remembers, but which only benefitted a few. At the same time, we have the wonderful parables about his life and deeds that we know from the New Testament, but which have been interpreted so differently over the past 2000 years that it is impossible to give an unequivocal result of his work.
Obama is, of course, greater than Jesus – if we have to play that absurd Christmas game. But it is probably more meaningful to insist that with today’s domestic triumph, that he has already assured himself a place in the history books – a space he has good chances of expanding considerably in coming years.
Without, however, ever attaining the heavens….
Shaking my head…
Sounds like President Obama is this liberal-atheist, author’s wet dream. Honestly, the country of Denmark must want to become the laughing stock of all the countries found on world map. I will just leave it at that.
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Posted in Education, Liberalism's Finest, Political Correctness, politics, United States, tagged Education, Jesus, Liberal, MA, Massachusetts, Political Correctness, politics, School, Taunton Public Schools, Violence on December 15, 2009 |
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Wonder what you would find if you frisked Taunton Public Schools?
Answer: Apparently, drawing Jesus on a cross is considered ‘too violent’ for school.
Ugh! I swear… If political correctness had physical features I would love to kick it sometimes. This is unbelievable:
An 8-year-old elementary school student from Taunton was sent home from school and ordered to undergo a psychological evaluation after drawing a stick figure Jesus on a cross because the teacher thought it was too violent.
The second-grader made the drawing Dec. 2 after his teacher asked children to sketch something that reminded them of Christmas.
The teacher was alarmed because the boy drew Xs for Jesus’ eyes.
Honestly, what goes through one’s mind to actually view this drawing (displayed on the left in photo above) as ‘too violent’ for school!? Just use a little bit of common sense people… Is that too much to asked for? Ed Morrissey from Hot Air sums this one up quite nicely:
It’s hard to imagine a more clueless, knee-jerk response than the one given by this school. First, Jesus on a crucifix has been a symbol of Christianity for two millenia. Since Christmas is in fact a Christian holiday, at least nominally, the crucifix in this drawing clearly came from Christian symbolism and not some latent threat of a reenactment of the last scenes of Spartacus from a second grader. How dense or deliberately obtuse must a teacher and administrators be not to understand the symbolism involved in this drawing?
Side-Note: I feel bad for this kid, because I can relate. All through grade school I was known for being quite artistic. Back in second grade, I got in trouble with my teacher for drawing Carnage (a character from Spider-Man) and I was sent to the back of the room to look up the definition – haha. Also, in sixth grade I would draw whatever my classmates wanted and of course we all know what 11 year-olds like: blood, guts, and action figures – haha. Now your going to tell me Jesus on a cross is ‘too violent’? Honestly, I’m curious… Did this teacher live in a bubble all her life?
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