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New World Order Billy Graham Cronies Telling White Evangelicals To Vote For Barack HUSSEIN Obama!

Posted by Job on June 9, 2008

Obama Could Win 40 Percent of Evangelical Vote, Says Expert

A well-connected authority in the evangelical world said in an interview this week that Democratic presidential nominee Barack Obama could get up to 40 percent of the evangelical vote. The fascination with the charismatic Illinois senator combined with evangelicals’ effort to not be seen as an appendage of the Republican Party could swing evangelical voters in Obama’s favor, predicted Mark DeMoss – a prominent public relations executive whose clients include Focus on the Family, Franklin Graham, and Campus Crusade for Christ – to (Can we no longer pretend to ignore the clear influence of the new world order types: Council on Foreign Relations, Rockefellers, Bilderbergs, Rothschilds, freemasons, etc. on this crowd? The PR man for Franklin Graham is basically making it OK for evangelicals to vote for Obama, just as Franklin Graham’s father is responsible for the evangelical – Roman Catholic alliance?)

“I will not be surprised if he gets one third of the evangelical vote,” DeMoss said in the interview. “I wouldn’t be surprised if it was 40 percent.” For comparison, the public relations guru pointed out that one-third of white evangelicals had voted for former president Bill Clinton in his 1996 re-election bid during the “height of [the] Monica Lewinsky mess.” (Keep in mind: BILLY GRAHAM WAS A HUGE SUPPORTER OF BILL CLINTON!)

“That’s a statistic I didn’t believe at first but I double and triple checked it,” he said, “I would not be surprised if that many or more voted for Barack Obama in this election.” In terms of Republican presidential nominee John McCain, DeMoss spoke about the lack of enthusiasm within the evangelical circle for the candidate. He said that for months now he hasn’t received an e-mail, letter, or phone call from fellow evangelicals urging that they unite behind McCain and “put aside whatever differences we have.”

“It’s just very quiet. It could mean there’s a real sense of apathy or it could mean they’re waiting for the general election to begin,” he said. “But it’s a surprise, given the way e-mail networks work now.” On McCain’s part, he hasn’t done much to reach out to DeMoss either. DeMoss said he has received one phone call from a McCain staffer about a month ago asking if he would like to help campaign for McCain. But the evangelical leader, who had enthusiastically campaigned for former presidential candidate Mitt Romney, turned down the invitation. (So … Billy and Franklin Graham supported Mormon Mitt Romney. Check, and got it.)

“I told him that I’m a conservative first and a Republican second,” he said. “I was inclined to vote for Senator McCain but not to get involved beyond that.” (And you are a Christian … where? And … Obama is a conservative or a Republican … where? Seriously, people, if I wanted to make this stuff up I couldn’t).

DeMoss briefly mentioned the 2000 incident when McCain lashed out at his former boss, Jerry Falwell, and Pat Robertson. He later commented that McCain’s recent rejection of the endorsements of Pastors John Hagee and Rod Parsley was a “mistake.” (So … rejecting the support of blaspheming demonic heretics is a mistake?) Although the two pastors have some controversial views on theology, both, in terms of values, support what many evangelicals hold dear, DeMoss contends. (Which is precisely why movements centered around “values” instead of Jesus Christ TAKES PEOPLE TO THE LAKE OF FIRE FOR ETERNITY.)

“Here were two conservative religious pastors who were probably out on a limb supporting him,” he said. (What, so they didn’t PRAY and CONSULT THEIR BIBLES before acting? You mean they acted outside of God’s Will? Shocking. Who would have figured it! Then again, that isn’t quite what you said, now is it?) “And he responds to criticism over comments they made and rejects them. That was a slap in the face to evangelicals who are already somewhat suspect of Senator McCain.”

But whatever happens in this election, one thing DeMoss wants to make clear is evangelicals are not “absolutely Republican.” “Polls don’t show that to be true,” he said. (Whatever happens in this election, it is clear that a lot of evangelicals are not following Jesus Christ and comprehending and obeying the Bible, and, well, the polls prove it. And hey, so does the fact that so many evangelicals are following people like you and your bosses!)


10 Responses to “New World Order Billy Graham Cronies Telling White Evangelicals To Vote For Barack HUSSEIN Obama!”

  1. Polycarp said

    You are, well, weird. Too many conspiracy theories.

  2. It’s better than him being a Oneness heretic. At least he does not look at the following verse and attempt to deny how CLEARLY it speaks to 3 persons being The One True God.

    Acts 10:38 (New American Standard Bible)

    38 “You know of Jesus of Nazareth, how God anointed Him with the Holy Spirit and with power, and how He went about doing good and healing all who were oppressed by the devil, for God was with Him.

    Job can run with all the conspiracy theories he wants, so long as he can understand the words in the Bible he’s doing better than any heretic.

  3. Job said


    I literally interpret the prophecies in Book of Revelation, Daniel, Ezekiel, etc. I believe that there will be a literal one world government and one world religion during the great tribulation and the time shortly leading up to it. Now do you not believe those things? So, if there will be one world government and one world religion, how is it going to happen? Is someone going to just stand up and snap his fingers and it happen overnight? Or is it going to happen incrementally?

    Second, there is no conspiracy. The people and organizations that I talk about have been in operation for DECADES, and they make their desire for global political and economic integration and religious pluralism explicitly clear. So how can it be a conspiracy when it is out there for all to see? It is plainly reported in the news. You can go to any of their websites and see their goals and mission statements clear as day. Go to, the website of the Council on Foreign Relations. It explicitly states that they are committed to global political and economic integration and to homogenizing religion. Look at some of their more prominent members and affiliated people. You will see Oprah Winfrey. TD Jakes. Rick Warren. Mike Huckabee. Bill Clinton. George H. W. Bush. Newt Gingrich. Michelle Obama. And so on! And again, these people do not keep it a secret. Rick Warren LOVES to brag about his being a member of the Council on Foreign Relations! He makes it clear that his “vision” is to bring the different religions of the world together to achieve world peace.

    So the existence of these people is no secret. Their agenda is no secret. The only issue is people denying what it means! And that would be … people like you. Get this: the CFR used to not try to attract attention to itself. They were never really a secret society per se, but its members didn’t go bragging about it. That was then. Now it is front page news when celebrities like Angelina Jolie join and traipse across Asia and Africa promoting their agenda. And let us talk about Barack HUSSEIN Obama, who comes out of nowhere to become the Democratic presidential nominee with a good shot at winning. The guy married CFR member Michelle Obama and then met CFR member Oprah Winfrey at Jeremiah Wright’s church. Obama was like 30 points down in the polls before Oprah Winfrey started campaigning for him! And let us talk about Oprah Winfrey herself: no one had ever heard of the woman outside of Chicago before she A) somehow scored a major role in “The Color Purple” DESPITE NO SIGNIFICANT ACTING EXPERIENCE WHATSOEVER and B) was handed a nationwide talk show by the Merv Griffin people who were looking for a replacement for Phil Donahue (Winfrey didn’t buy the rights and control of her show back from Donahue until years later).

    So Polycarp, how can it be a conspiracy if it is in plain sight? The answer: only because people choose to reject the meaning of what is right before their faces. The hilarious part is that even people who do not believe in the Bible and do not believe in a global economic, political, military, and religious system headed by the anti – Christ and the false prophet know all about these globalist groups. They are the ones that have been tracking these groups the longest and have the best information on them. Why? Because even though they do not believe in Jesus Christ, they have political beliefs i.e. nationalism, personal freedom, economic liberty, self – determination, etc. that they believe globalism to be a threat to. So if unsaved people who don’t even believe in the Bible prophecies can see all the things that are going on, why can’t the people that believe in the mark of the beast see and admit it?

  4. Um… I agree with Polycarp. You are quite weird indeed. Of course, as an atheist, I think that anyone who believes in the 24/7 celestial surveillance of a father-figure who is allegedly powerful enough to rid the world of its evils, and yet despite claims of his benevolence, continually fails to do so, is, well, weird.

  5. Job said


    It takes more faith to be an atheist than it does to be a Christian, because you know full well that you do not have a single explanation for the origin of the universe or of life that stands up to simple rational reason or logic. That is why you folks have made it illegal to challenge your beliefs in public schools and at universities. It isn’t to preserve the dreams and ambitions of the 0.00001% of the population that will go on to earn Ph.D.s’ in evolutionary biology, the one field that actually requires a person to know and use evolutionary principles in their work. But I have to hand it to you guys … you all have done a great job of selling the outright lie that a person needs unqualified acceptance of evolution and atheism in order to be a good accountant, restaurant manager, or mechanical engineer, so we absolutely cannot point out the many problems with your worldview or else we will TOTALLY WRECK our educational system.

  6. Evolution is something that requires understanding, not belief. You, and other religious followers like you, have faith in creationism – atheists and other like-minded folks have an understanding of evolution. There’s a very big difference. Understanding requires inquiry, logic, critical thought, and intellect; faith requires the willful suspension of all of these things.

    I should point out that, if you somehow concur with the idea that the bible holds the answers – for example, based on the number of “begats” in the Old Testament, that the Earth can only possibly be 6,000 years old – then you clearly “do not have a single explanation for the origin of the universe or of life [or anything else, for that matter] that stands up to simple rational reason or logic”, either.

    The most significant difference between religion and science is that religion begins as an answer, or, at least, a claim on some sort of answer or truth. Science, on the other hand, begins as a question, as a search for truth. The only thing that will “totally wreck” (to use your crude phrase) the education system is a disregard for the promise of scientific inquiry. Science may not have revealed the answers to all of life’s mysteries – not YET, anyway – but I’ll put my money – or my faith, heh, if you like – on the work of molecular biologists before I’ll ever do the same on the “work” of theologians. (And what do theologians do, anyway? Sit around studying ancient texts that were penned by some unspectacular humans, and then think that they are the agents or spokespersons of god? How arrogant and solipsist can you get?)

  7. Job said


    ” Understanding requires inquiry, logic, critical thought, and intellect; faith requires the willful suspension of all of these things.”

    If that is true, then it is impossible to understand evolution, because the internal contradictions, things that cannot possibly be true let alone investigated or proven, and many other fallacies that are inherent with evolution make a true scientific understanding impossible. Even advocates of evolution publicly acknowledge that evolution is filled with unresovable problems and is only adhered to because of the usefulness of the scientific (and moral, legal, political, etc.) worldview that it creates. Now did you know that it is ILLEGAL TO SIMPLY PRINT OUT THOSE MANY STATEMENTS MADE BY LEADING ADVOCATES OF EVOLUTION AND HAND THEM OUT TO YOUR PUBLIC SCHOOL CLASS?

    Richard Dawkins himself acknowledged some of the MANY things that make evolution a bad theory and the product of bad science (you are aware how the theory of evolution was historically developed … THE THEORY WAS NOT CREATED BY SCIENTISTS ACCORDING TO THE SCIENTIFIC METHOD BUT RATHER BY PHILOSOPHERS, AND SCIENTISTS LATER ADOPTED IT AND CREATED A “NEW WAY OF DOING SCIENCE” TO FIT IT!). But rather than admitting that Christians have legitimate points on these issues, HE CRITICIZED CHRISTIANS FOR NOT BEING INTELLECTUAL ENOUGH TO IGNORE THOSE PROBLEMS IN FAVOR OF THE BIG ISSUE AND ACCEPT EVOLUTION ANYWAY! In other words, in his very book denouncing religious faith, Dawkins freely acknowledged that atheism requires even more FAITH than does Christianity.

    “The most significant difference between religion and science is that religion begins as an answer, or, at least, a claim on some sort of answer or truth”

    Evolution does not. Anyone who has ever taken junior high statistics and probability knows that it is IMPOSSIBLE for a succession of RANDOM EVENTS to create anything. Even if 1000 successive random events actually create something, A SINGLE DESTRUCTIVE RANDOM EVENT COULD WIPE IT ALL OUT. Now MAYBE had evolution required ONE SUCCESSFUL EVENT AT ONE POINT IN TIME, you guys would have a case. But no! EVOLUTION REQUIRES A MASSIVE NUMBER OF SUCCESSFUL EVENTS TO OCCUR AT THE SAME TIME AND IN DIFFERENT PLACES! The “in different places” thing is key. HOW CAN THE SAME EVOLUTION EVENT OCCUR IN DIFFERENT PLACES WHERE DIFFERENT VARIABLES ARE PRESENT? You do realize that such was one of the main reasons that the “primordial soup” notion that we saw in “Star Trek: The Next Generation” and “Mission To Mars” has been abandoned … the primordial soup would have had different chemicals and different exposures to heat and light in different places. (Another reason was that the primordial soup did not solve the “how do you get proteins without RNA and RNA without proteins” problem.) Anything that requires you to reject 8th grade mathematics and chemistry cannot be scientific. Yet you evolutionsts arrogantly and solipsistly do just that. You know what else has been abandoned? The “evolutionary tree” diagrams that still appears in a great many textbooks. So, if we are sitting around studying ancient documents written by unremarkable people – never mind these documents are the ones that created western civilization to begin with, our concepts of law, economics, philosophy, and civil society … most of Europe didn’t even have written language until the monks created them for the savage Germanic, Anglo, Saxon, Nordic, etc. tribes for the purposes of giving them the Bible – you guys are sitting around new documents created by frauds that are continuously being discredited so effectively that it is ILLEGAL to teach kids in public schools that they have been discredited! You probably do not even know that most of not only the original evolutionary theories and work but also most of the second and third wave theories have been QUIETLY abandoned, and these folks are still trying to make it work. Well, you guys are more than willing to keep trying to save your little theories while having the nerve to call everyone else anti – science. It was absolutely hilarious to read Richard Dawkins attack Sir Isaac Newton, claiming that Newton’s Christianity made him a bad scientist, when it is Dawkins and not Newton that willfully abandons reason, logic, and the laws of experimentation aobservation, repeatability, etc. THAT MAKES ONE AN ACTUAL SCIENTIST.

  8. John Kaniecki said


    Hi hope you are well.

    It takes a lot more to believe in evolution than creationism.

    Explain the Archer Fish and how it evolved! If you don’t know about the Archer fish it is the fish that spits water at bugs causing them to fall on the water and then it eats them. Did a fish just start spitting one day? How do you account that the archer fish adjusts its aim for refraction in the water? How could this fish evolve?

    There are thousands of things like this that evolution can’t explain. Your science cannot fill in the empty spaces. The Earth screams with intelligent design. Ultimately the question is where did it all start?

    Think about it logically.

    Hi IC back to the archer fish again eh? 8)



  9. Um… wow. OK. I feel like I’ve wandered into a party where everyone else is taking some new, scarier form of LSD. No matter. I don’t even know where to begin to tear apart your creationist “logic” – I’ll leave that work to more able intellects, like Dawkins and Hitchens and Harris, all of whom can express and have expressed it much more eloquently than I ever can or could.

    All I can say is this – it is the fear of and impatience with science which you exhibit that put Galileo and his telescope under house arrest. I use this example because we now take for granted the very basic truth about the construct of our solar system that, in Galileo’s day, invoked the same reaction with which religious zealots like you now charge the field.

    Belief in god, to my mind, is the ultimate shrugging of one’s shoulders, and saying, “Well, I give up. I don’t know where all this stuff came from, so anything I don’t understand, I’ll chalk it up to the work of some invisible, all-knowing, father figure that has never shown a single shred of his existence.” If it makes sense to you to live your life that way, then so be it. I, however, am hungrier than that, and the Judeo-Christian bible is too full of discrepancies, errors, contradictions and inconsistencies for me to ever take it seriously.

    I suppose this is where we agree to disagree. I truly wish you well.

  10. Bibleman said

    On Franklin Graham’s one-on-one questioning of Obama –

    The question presented was whether Jesus Christ is THE way or merely A way to salvation. Mr. Obama reportedly said “Jesus is the only way for me. I’m not in a position to judge other people.” The clear implication of Mr. Obama’s answer is that Jesus may not be, or is not necessarily, the only way for the entire human race.

    That which Mr. Obama’s answer implies is fully confirmed as reported by CATHLEEN FALSANI , Sun-Times Columnist (April 5, 2004) who in an hour long interview with Mr. Obama reports that Mr. Obama stated the following:

    “I’m rooted in the Christian tradition. I believe that there are many paths to the same place, and that is a belief that there is a higher power, a belief that we are connected as a people.”


    OK there you go – Jesus Christ is not the only way. That’s what the man believes. But ostensibly Mr. Obama believes the Bible is truth. If so, the Bible says at John 14:6 that Jesus Christ said:

    “I am the way, the truth and the life. No man can come unto the Father but through me.”
    John 14:6

    Likewise, Acts 4:12 says:

    “And there is salvation in no one else; for there is no other name under heaven that has been given among men by which we must be saved.” Acts 4:12

    So, Mr. Obama says there are “many paths to the same place”. Mr. Obama makes Jesus Christ a liar because Jesus Christ said: “I am the way, the truth and the life. No man can come unto the Father but through me.”

    Mr. Obama refuses to acknowledge as true Jesus Christ’s claim that He is the only way to God and salvation for ~ not just Mr. Obama ~ but the entire human race. Pluralism repudiates truth as an absolute for all and embraces the notion that what is true for you need not be truth for someone else. Tolerance used to mean (and by my book still does) that one “puts up with” folks that don’t have it right. . . but now means (to many) that I must accept opposing views as equally valid as mine.

    The keystone to Christianity and to the Christian faith is that Jesus Christ is the only way to God & Salvation for the ENTIRE human race. Everybody else is wrong and in need of Jesus Christ. Mr. Obama does not hold to this and is therefore not a Christian, as his belief falls outside the pale of Biblical orthodoxy i.e., his belief is heretical.

    Given the fact that mutuality exclusive tenets of world religions cannot both be true and given the fact that the Bible states Jesus Christ is the Only Savior of the world it seems all Protestants, Baptists and Catholics must, unless the be rank hypocrites, repudiate Mr. Obama’s pluralistic view about how people are saved and how they get to God.

    I will admit that, to be consistent, President Bush is off base also and shares the same company as Mr. Obama. ABC’s Charles Gibson interviewed President George W. Bush. Mr. Gibson asked the below questions and President Bush responded as indicated:

    Q. “Do we all worship the same God, Christian and Muslim?”
    A. “I think we do. We have different routes of getting to the Almighty.”
    Q. “Do Christians and non-Christians and Muslims go to heaven in your mind?”
    A. “Yes they do. We have different routes of getting there.”

    I will note that President Bush did concede in the same interview that some believe in a false god: Q. Does bin Laden? Does Abu Musab al-Zarqawi pray to the same God that you and I do? A. I think they pray to a false god otherwise they wouldn’t be killing innocent lives like they have been.

    But President Bush’s confusion does not redeem Mr. Obama from the false statement that he is a Christian. In any event, if indeed President Bush and Mr. Obama both refuse to admit there is only one way for salvation for the entire human race than they are Universalists and don’t believe in the Biblical keystone of the Christian faith: that Jesus Christ is the only way to God & Salvation for the ENTIRE human race.

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