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Mychal Massie: You can't be a Christian and support Obama

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Like many self-proclaimed Christians on the far right, Mychal Massie of WorldNetDaily evidently believes it is entirely his right to decide who is or is not allowed to call themselves Christians.

Given that Massie previously came to this column's attention for claiming that President Obama is trying to brainwash children into thinking they are homosexual, it should come as no surprise to anyone that Massie has decided that only avowed enemies of the Obama administration are allowed to call themselves Christians.

Massie further alleges that the only reason anyone at all could support "a mendacious liar, an advocate of murdering unborn children, an advocate of homosexual intercourse" is due to the color of his skin.

"Black people and black ministers specifically, and pretend-to-be Christians in general, look at the color of Obama’s skin, his swagger, and they swoon, but God looks on the color of Obama's heart and sees darkness," writes Massie.

Taking a page from his colleague Erik Rush, Massie also alleges that "we can document incident after incident of his helping to promote racial disharmony" but refuses to do so.

Instead, Massie accuses Obama of "omitting the words 'under God' in his version of the Gettysburg Address" and claims it is proof that Obama is not Christian, even though the allegations are completely false (Obama had been reading a rejected draft of the address).

As long as there is nothing but hatred in Massie's heart and lies in his brain, Mychal Massie has no right to go around lecturing about the hearts of anyone else.



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