Obama’s Religious Fascism: Destroying the Separation of Church and State

It didn’t take long for Barack Obama to show his true colors — a mixture of the scat-brown of Hitler’s Brown Shirts and the death-black of Mussolini’s Fascists. His latest target is the Jeffersonian imperative of building up a “wall of separation between Church and State”, which Wisechief Jefferson knew was axiomatic to the maintenance of the Revolutionary American Republic that he and the other Wisechiefs around him set up as the ultimate answer to the problem of Human Tyranny, — a problem which, up to that time, had existed unabated since the days of the Pharoahs. Now Barack Obama and the Collectivists of the Democratic Party have their eyes firmly on that Prize of Libertarianism, and today’s horrendous announcement by Obama marks the first shot across the bows.

In essence, Obama announced he wants to extend and enhance the immoral program set up by “President” (haha) Bush, which channels the taxes paid by all Americans, be they atheist, agnostic, or religious, into the hands of religious organizations, and it goes further that Dubbyah’s desecration of the Constitution, in that those hired must adhere to the religious denomination hiring them. As a firm opponent of any contact between Church and State, even to the extent of not having the government issue marriage licenses, since traditionally marriage has been a religious affair, Silverwolf strongly condemns this latest move by Obama and his Democratic miscreants to destroy this Jeffersonian mechanism which has so effectively prevented religious pogroms in America, in contrast to the bloodied hands of the Europeans, who till this day still insist on shoving organized religion down the throats of one and all with their “State” religions. And let’s not forget Communism, Fascism, and Nazi-National-Socialism, which are also forms of organized religion, though they would never admit it. Silverwolf will take the genius of Jefferson on this subject to the pea-brain intelligence of Obama and his Democratic supporters any day.

One wonders what those Obama apologists, people like Alan Dershowitz and Ray Taliaferro, who have been staunch opponents of melding Church-State relations, will say to this latest travesty. Dershowitz recently decried the tone of religiosity that had crept into the primary campaigns, with virtually all the candidates telling the public just how religious they all were, an assertion contradicted by the way they have led their lives. The one exception to this blasphemy was Congressman Ron Paul, who is a deeply religious man, with several brothers who are Pastors, but who never once mentioned religion in all the speeches Silverwolf saw from him, except to say that our Rights come to us from our Creator, a statement echoed by Jefferson, and so general as to accommodate the views of Agnostics and Atheists, who might well feel their creator was the blind forces of nature, or Franklin’s marvellously vague “Providence”. Never once did we hear him braying about how religious he was, or going on and on, like Obama, Clinton, Romney, Keyes, and Hucksterbee, about their sanctimoniousness. But Dershowitz, who was one of Obama’s professor’s in law school, now supports Obama, the Collectivist who today explained his intention to further break down the wall of separation Dershowitz has so eloquently defended in the past. Silverwolf would refer the reader to that wonderful debate held on William F. Buckley’s Firing Line in the 1990’s, in which Dershowitz so well defended the Jeffersonian Necessity of separation, along with the Reverend Barry Lind, a truly wonderful Reverend, against the foolish Buckley et al. But you can bet that Dershowitz will now be either silent, or more likely, lightly criticise the Obama, while continuing to support him.

And Silverwolf can’t wait to hear someone bring up the topic with Ray Taliaferro, if he even permits it to get past his screeners, although the caller will either be “piped down” or pushed off with a quick “Thank-You-for-your-call-and-let’s-go-to”. Taliaferro, whose contempt for organized religion is truly beautiful in its extremity, even to a Theist like Silverwolf, will slough it off, he is sure, while he continues to sing his constant paeans of praise for the Illinois hypocrite. It will be ignored because it is so damning, and so revelatory of Obama’s shallowness, and lack of understanding of the Constitution, and what America needs to maintain the Republic, or what is left of it. Silverwolf didn’t think it would take long for Obama, who belonged for many years to a church that gave the racist rabble-rouser, Louis Farrakhan, it’s Man of the Year award, and who consorted with the racist, Reverend Al Sharpton,  to reveal his true character, and in doing so, to begin to erode his support. Silverwolf noticed that last month, Obama had a 15% point lead over Senator McCain. Today’s CNN poll shows it has eroded to 5%. And Silverwolf would guess that this latest self-revelation of Obama’s, in an attempt to pander to the Republican Evangelical vote, will lose him many more votes amongst those Liberal Democrats who still know that “a Wall of Separation of Church and State” is absolutely necessary for the American Revolution to revive, and finally come to fruition. But what were they expecting from a Collectivist? It will probably throw a lot of votes to Nader, he would guess, or even McCain or Barr. It will lose him many more that it will gain.

Religionous Collectivists — give “em enough rope and they’ll always hang themselves.

Hoooooooooooooooooooooooooooowwwwwwww! — Silverwolf

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12 Responses to “Obama’s Religious Fascism: Destroying the Separation of Church and State”

  1. orangeladyheart Says:

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    Julie X — Naw, I don’t think it’s me as I’ve never submitted to youtube, because me Bolex is jammed and I can’t find any 16mm film anymore. I’ve heard that humans no longer use 16 milimeter — what barbarians! (By the by, last names beginning with “X” are quite rare. Could it be Xavier?) — Silverwolf

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  6. Timur Rozenfeld Says:

    I am not sure if you are aware of this guy’s site, but you should check it out when you have a chance:

    http://tomasestradapalma4today.blogspot.com/

    PS: Is there a way of being notified when there is a response to a comment on the website? This way, I won’t forget to reply like I have before…

  7. lobobreed Says:

    Timur — This is a test. I just wrote you a reply and it disappeared.

  8. lobobreed Says:

    Hi Timur — Now seems to be working. I checked out that guy’s blog and he seems to be right on most things, but think the FED is only part of the problem, there are a lot of other government institutions that need to be eliminated.
    Wordpress doesn’t offer RSS notification on comments, only on blogs. Other sites do and they ought to have it.
    I see you are involved with a currency trading firm. Great profession. Notice how strong Au and Ag were today, in the face of the Euro pummelling? Ashraf Laidi said yesterday Euro Central Bank might make soothing comments to not cause a panic out of US dollar and into oil. —Silverwolf

  9. Timur Rozenfeld Says:

    I wouldn’t be surprised if oil hit 200 a barrel this year and gas $10 a gallon. A combination of potential war with Iran and printing money will do the trick.

  10. lobobreed Says:

    Timur — My guess would be 170 a barrel and 6-7 a gal without a conflict with Iran but well over 200 with. However with the constantly weakening dollar (unless Ron Paul gets elected which looks extremely unlikely) cant see much drop in oil under 100, until the US and the world gets a substitute. Seems like the US always pays one-third of what the the Euro-peons pay. I sure wish Ron Paul had kept running as something else — dissident Republican, write-in candidate, or switch to Libertarian. But it’s his life, and he’s got a lot more life in him than most under-60’s. I’ll just write him in. However, I don’t think we have the luxury of waiting 4 more years. The dollar, and all other paper currencies except possibly the Swissie, will all become trash, thanks to those Fed rates of 1% a few years back. The dollar is not only our problem, it’s the foreigners problem even more, and it looks like all the central banks got together and decided to massively print in unison about 4 years back. As ye sow, so shall ye reap — Silverwolf

  11. Timur Rozenfeld Says:

    I heard that writing in someone doesn’t get them counted; or something like that so I need to research that before I cast the vote. I am looking forward to the Minneapolis counter-convention that Ron Paul is doing. The more disruption to the Republican convention, the better. This could be interesting…

  12. lobobreed Says:

    Timur — As far as I know, theoretically write-ins do have to be counted in a Presidential election. I’m fairly certain about that. In certain places, like where I live, they list the number of write-ins, but won’t list the names of the write-ins if they weren’t sufficient to have won the election. For example, if the winner had 6,000, the challenger had 3,000, and the write-ins totaled 250, they won’t list the names of the write-ins, which I think should be illegal. Considering what the county registrars of voters and election workers get paid, they ought to. But when it comes to the Presidency, or Federal positions, I think they’d have to list write-ins. But what they legally have to do, and what they actually do may well be two different things.

    Also, watched an oil analyst with an Indian name which I forget (initials were P.S.) on Bloomberg the other day giving a very convincing argument for $300 oil by 2013 due to dwindling supply, no ability to increase production because all the drilling rigs are booked up already so far ahead, and no real serious start on development of alternatives. Given the traditional 10-to-1 ratio of gold to crude, it sounds like it bodes well for the metals. And looks like the bull run has revivified today. Ron Paul was right. — Silverwolf

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