The anointed leader took the podium and proclaimed the message that a hopeful Americaâ€”an America pleading for changeâ€”longed to hear: Yesterday, the people went to the polls and they cast their vote for a new direction. . . . I’m confident that we can work together. I’m confident that we can overcome the temptation to divide this country between red and blue.
Religious thinkers and activists like our good friend Jim Wallis and Tony Campolo are lifting up the Biblical injunction to help the poor as a means of mobilizing Christians against budget cuts to social programs and growing inequality. â€” Barack Obama
The August 16, 2008, Obama-McCain "Forum on the Presidency" at Rick Warren’s Saddleback Church unexpectedly released two major political genies. First, the responses to Warren’s questions about a "Christian" worldview and the two candidates’ views on marriage and abortion led to shocks which, overnight, made Obama significantly less attractive while McCain gained ground.
The latest economic proposal coming from Barack Obama is a socialist’s dream. The president-in-waiting wants to steal money from oil companies and, in an act of blessedness and benevolence, give a check of $1,000 to American middle class