Posts Tagged ‘Obama’

22nd March
written by Cullen Webb

Okay, I admit it. I am not a political genius. Not even a little bit. In fact, my views go little beyond what Rush Limbough or Glenn Beck have announced.

So I may be approaching this a little close minded. But then again, my reason has nothing to do with the actual bill.

The #1 reason the bill should not have passed is because the people did not want it to. The majority of American civilians have been crying out against this, yet they forced it into our lives.

So much for freedom, eh?

Now, how is this different from the smoking ban in Michigan, which I support? Well, the current health care that just got eradicated isn’t hurting anybody. Or at least not a viable amount of people, and certainly not as many as the new one will (in my opinion.)

I haven’t been this upset about politics in while. Off goes the radio.

-Cullen Webb

8th September
written by Cullen Webb

On June 4th, 2009 President Obama spoke in a University at Cairo. I was greatly disturbed by what he had to say.

As a student of history, I also know civilization’s debt to Islam.  It was Islam — at places like Al-Azhar — that carried the light of learning through so many centuries, paving the way for Europe’s Renaissance and Enlightenment.
(President Obama)

Our debt to Islam? Before I go any further, the men and woman responsible for the inventions and advancements he listed that day, were indeed incredible people. However they lived in a Islamic country that would kill them if they were not Muslim. Their discoveries were dispite their religion, not because of it.

Islam is responsible for the deaths of millions. And when I say Islam, I do not mean radical Islam. I mean TRUE Islam. If you are Muslim and do not believe Christians all over the world should be put to death whatever way possible. you are not a Muslim. You are a light-weight copy.

Here are some verses from the Koran:


9th November
written by Cullen Webb

This blog does not endorse political figures. However, it will respect Authority.

70% of the Christian vote went to Mccain. So when Obama wins, it can create an up-stir in the church. Obama does not support the things Mccain does, and he will support things Mccain wouldn’t.
This does not give the church excuse not to follow or support our new president.

Our president is not a strong president, because he has strong policies. We have a strong president because he has strong people who support him.

We do not have strong people because we have strong education, jobs, or homes. We have strong people because we have a strong God.

Do not hide in your bunkers, and brace for the next four years. Rather, remember to lift this man up in his coming tasks. He will need it desperately.

Remember, God can turn the hearts of the king wither-so-ever he wills. When it comes down to moral issues, pray all the harder. God can lead in the coming years too.

~Cullen Webb