When it comes to celebrating the resurrection of Jesus Christ on Easter Day, the last person anyone would ever associate with that momentous occasion is Barack Obama. Yet according to IJ Review, Al Sharpton not only believes that Obama has a direct connection to the crucifixion of the son of God, but he actually gave an Easter message about it.
Speaking this past Wednesday on the “Tom Joyner Show” Sharpton discussed the meaning of Easter. Somehow he managed to work his race-baiting lips to say that, “As I looked at President Obama at our convention last Friday where all he took he’s been able to rise politically again.. I am saying that to every crucifixion there is a resurrection for those who believe…”
Rev. Sharpton who has had his own encounters with powerful forces known as the FBI and the New York Police Department regarding his ability to trip over his own lies, is in left field with the Obama and Jesus comparison. First, Jesus Christ was an innocent who was crucified for the sins of mankind. Obama on the other hand believes that he is above all mankind and crucifies Christians and their beliefs in schools, public places and even in the military.
To say that the slick talking minister from New York is practicing sacrilege in making the comparison is like saying that Satan is only on a slight vacation until Armageddon and the end of the world, where Satan wins. Sharpton is like poison to Christian doctrine and he is too a narcissist to understand it.
The Obama/Christ continued as he pointed out to listeners and Joyner that, “I think that the message is, no matter what the world may do to you unfairly, no matter how your crucified, nailed to the cross at home, or in your personal relationships, or on the job that you can rise if you don’t lose yourself during the hard times and the challenges,” reported IJ Review.
Let’s get something straight, there is nothing unfair with how Obama is being treated and if it he has a crucifixion complex then perhaps he should return to Sunday school and study the true message of Easter and the life of Jesus Christ. Somehow I don’t think he could manage to wipe his embedded partnership with the Muslim faith and his own version of persecution to see the difference.
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