I kid you not. After three years of mostly failure, you would think Obama would have learned some humility. You would think wrong:
Obama asks CBC for Biblical faith in his agenda
President Obama made an appeal to the religious faith of black voters at a Congressional Black Caucus rally, likening Biblical prophets who had faith in God — and so refused to worship an idol — to the black voters who “keep the faith” by supporting him and his policies – and, he hopes, his reelection campaign.
Obama opened the speech by mentioning the Biblical story of Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego, three captive Jews who were thrown into a fiery furnace because they would not worship a golden idol. Obama quoted a pastor who referred to the three men as “good crazy” for having that faith. He added that the pastor had attributed the same “good crazy” to him when he decided to run for president.
Obama continued that analogy, equating the Jews’ “faith in the things not seen” to the more mundane “belief that if you persevere a better day lies ahead.”
Obama added, “you and me, we’re all a little bit crazy, but hopefully a good kind of crazy…We’re a good kind of crazy because no matter how hard things get, we keep the faith; we keep fighting; we keep moving forward.”
So continuing to support Obama is just like keeping faith with God. Wow. That makes the Greek columns and Lightworker BS look like self-effacing humor by comparison. Of course none of those “men of faith”, including several preachers, took Obama to task for his Luciferian-scale ego trip. Why would they? They agree with him.