From The “BWAHAHAHAHA” File For Feb 6 2015

Yesterday was the National Prayer Breakfast in the District of Corruption. Obama was there, for once, and made an ass of himself.

See what you think after this Terrence P.Jeffery story from


Obama: ‘Our Job is to Be True to Him, His Word, and His Commandments’

February 5, 2015 – 12:41 PM

By Terence P. Jeffrey


A LOT of TRUTH in this photo.


( – President Barack Obama said today at the National Prayer Breakfast that he has sought God’s guidance in leading this nation and then lamented that there is “a sinful tendency that can pervert and distort our faith” and that religious faith is “twisted and misused in the name of evil.”

“I’ve sought His guidance not just in my own life but in the life of our nation,” said Obama.

“Our job is not to ask that God respond to our notion of truth,” he said. “Our job is to be true to Him, His Word, and His Commandments.”

“We are summoned to push back against those who try to distort our religion–any religion–for their own nihilistic ends,” he said.

At the breakfast, which was held at the Washington Hilton, Obama also called for people to “stand up for the dignity and value” of every child.

“As children of God, let’s stand up for the dignity and value of every woman, and man and child, because we are all equal in his eyes,” said Obama.

“And,” he said, “work to send the scourge and the sin of modern-day slavery and human trafficking, and ‘set the oppressed free.’”

Obama recalled a prayer he said had been a favorite of First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt.

“She said, ‘Keep us at tasks too hard for us that we may be driven to Thee for strength,’” said Obama. “I’ve wondered at times if maybe God was answering that prayer a little too literally. But no matter the challenge, He has been there for all of us. He’s certainly strengthened me ‘with the power through his Spirit,’ as I’ve sought His guidance not just in my own life but in the life of our nation.”

Obama then noted that people often use an alleged religious to pursue evil.

“But part of what I want to touch on today is the degree to which we’ve seen professions of faith used both as an instrument of great good, but also twisted and misused in the name of evil,” he said.

“As we speak, around the world, we see faith inspiring people to lift up one another — to feed the hungry and care for the poor, and comfort the afflicted and make peace where there is strife,” he said.

“But we also see faith being twisted and distorted, used as a wedge — or, worse, sometimes used as a weapon.” Among others, he gave as examples terrorist attacks in Pakistan and Paris, actions by ISIL, “sectarian war in Syria” and “the murder of Muslims and Christians in Nigeria.”

He also argued that people have “committed terrible deeds in the name of Christ.”

“And lest we get on our high horse and think this is unique to some other place, remember that during the Crusades and the Inquisition, people committed terrible deeds in the name of Christ,” he said. “In our home country, slavery and Jim Crow all too often was justified in the name of Christ.”

“There is a tendency in us, a sinful tendency that can pervert and distort our faith,” he said a moment later.

He called for those listening to speak up against those who “misuse His name”—particularly in “the taking of innocent lives.”

“And so, as people of faith, we are summoned to push back against those who try to distort our religion–any religion–for their own nihilistic ends.”

Toward the end of his speech, the president repeatedly stressed the importance of protecting freedom of religion.

“And here at home and around the world, we will constantly reaffirm that fundamental freedom–freedom of religion–the right to practice our faith how we choose, to change our faith if we choose, to practice no faith at all if we choose, and to do so free of persecution and fear and discrimination,” he said.

The Founding Fathers, Obama said, “also understood the need to uphold freedom of speech, that there was a connection between freedom of speech and freedom of religion. For to infringe on one right under the pretext of protecting another is a betrayal of both.”

Obama said the United States would protect the “freedom of religion.”

“So the freedom of religion is a value we will continue to protect here at home and stand up for around the world, and is one that we guard vigilantly here in the United States,” he said.

Obama spoke approvingly of “a suspicion of government getting between us and our faiths, or trying to dictate our faiths, or elevate one faith over another.”

“But even with our limits, we can heed that which is required: To do justice, and love kindness, and walk humbly with our God,” he said.

“I pray that we will,” said Obama.


WHAT a bunch of HORSESHIT. While some of his mutterings were historically accurate, WHAT so-called “religion” have MORE people been SLAUGHTERED in the “name” of in the past 25 years ?

This clown is nothing more than a hypocrite. He has regularly impugned Christians, his minions laugh at them, and make fun of them, as for Jews, forget about it.  He would like to see THEM, along with Israel, EXTERMINATED.When Christians around the world are slaughtered by the followers of the false prophet, he says NOTHING. He does NOTHING.

While he can delve back to the Inquisition, which was evil in and of itself, he mentions NOTHING of the wholesale slaughter of Christians by muslims, in the name of Mohammed, which is in all respects TODAY’S version of the Inquisition. Name the third world shit hole, or any other nation where Christians are murdered in the name of Mohammed, this asshole RUSHES in to say “we must not judge those of a different religion”.

Piss on him. I’d just as soon he STAY AWAY from things like the National Prayer Breakfast, or anything else. Until he denounces militant Islam, and it’s fanatacism, his empty rhetoric is just more useless CO2 spilled into the air.

Hmmm…. maybe we can sic his OWN rogue EPA on his ass for polluting the environment.


CLYDE. Maybe on the prayer breakfast morning, he should just golf.


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20 Responses to From The “BWAHAHAHAHA” File For Feb 6 2015

  1. Hardnox says:

    My head exploded when I heard King Putt’s mutterings yesterday. Your commentary echoes my sentiments. Any conversation other than Putt being a muzzie enabler is simply dishonest. He’s not on our side. Never has.

    • upaces88 says:

      Surely, he knows the entire country knows he is the biggest liar and treacherous A-Hole we have ever had in this country.
      That man lies without even thinking about it!

      • vonMesser says:

        I believe he thinks about his lies consistently. How else can he make so many of them?

      • Liz entrekin says:

        Thats why he should be labeled pathological liar. Anyone see the Isil headline. They plan to behead him and take over US. U think if we send him back to negotiate there that Isil would take care of our problem for us?

        • Just Gene says:

          A narcissistic pathological liar!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1

    • Clyde says:

      No question about that, Boss. Spot-on. Thanks.

  2. Liz entrekin says:

    He openly presents an argument The Muslim have presented for centuries. To that I would say view the fpllowing for those seeking truth over Islamic lies.

    Jihad vs. Crusade – Holy Wars in Comparative Perspective:

  3. vonMesser says:

    I listened to a (un)fair bit of his blathering yesterday. I have no idea what holy book he has read, but it sure ain’t the Christian Bible.

  4. Kathy says:

    Clyde, how were you able to get through this without gagging? Just reading it makes me want to and if this doesn’t prove whose side he’s on, nothing does. Yet he’s still there.

  5. CW says:

    “Obama: ‘Our Job is to Be True to Him, His Word, and His Commandments’”

    Which “Him” was Obama referring to?

    • Clyde says:

      Aren’t YOU the “coy one” today ? bwahahaha I think we ALL know which “Him” the dickweed was referring to. Call him MO for short.

  6. Grouchy says:

    One thing he mentioned was the history of the Inquisition and the Crusades, and that is TWO completely separate things, and causes.

    The Crusades were to repel the islamic invaders, and to reclaim the Holy City of Jerusalem from the muslim horde.

    The Inquisition, admittedly, was a dark time in Christian history, yet it was intended as a means of forcing strict adherence to what were purportedly the Teachings of the Church, as they understood the Teachings of The Christ.

    Were errors made? Of that, I’m sure there can be no doubt. BUT~! Here’s the DIFFERENCE between islam and the Christian Church.
    Islam is still stuck in the 7th Century tribal mentality. Further, by their own “bible”, the koran, they are forbidden to grow and mature theologically, emotionally or intellectually, OR Socially. Plus, mohammad is noted as the “Perfect role model”, the “Perfect Man”, and is to be emulated in every respect.

    After the period of the Inquisition, the Roman Church went through an intense period of maturation, even though it did lose a lot of adherents, through the various branches breaking of, the period of the Protestant Reformation.
    And when Christ was called, “Good Master”, His reply was, “And he said unto him, Why callest thou me good? there is none good but one, that is, God: but if thou wilt enter into life, keep the commandments.”
    From Matthew 19:17, King James Version of the Holy Bible.

    This disparity in recognition of causes of growth pains (Or lack thereof) is a sore spot with me. I have spent a good many years studying and researching the sources of the Religious Teachings, and I have found many things that have left me bewildered and dumbfounded.

    But each individual has to relate to The Supreme Creator in his or her own way. NO ONE ELSE can do another’s thinking for them, nor should they try.

    My Nickel’s worth.

    • vonMesser says:

      Just an additional penny or two.
      1. The Church in Rome put a stop to the Inquisition in Spain
      2. There are a bunch of new stuff coming out about the Inquisition that seems to show that:
      ……A. It wasn’t as bad as we have been taught.
      ……B. Many people actually tried to get their case tried by the Inquisition rather than the Spanish Courts as the Inquisition had very strict procedures to follow and the courts did not.
      ……C. In New Mexico, when some women were accused of witchcraft, the Inquisitors came up from Mexico City, took over the case, and ended up fining thje4 local magistrate for abuse of power and let the women go free.
      ……D. There weren’t millions (or even hundreds of thousands) of people killed by the Inquisition. Complete records which are available for perusal in Madrid and the Vatican, show that in the 356 years of the Inquisition, less than 4,000 people were condemned. Still a lot, but less than 1 person per month in the entire Spanish Empire. (Our Muzzie friends can get that many in a couple of hours, any day of the week.)

      • Grouchy says:

        Thank You, VM. I was going by my memory of research done some years ago. I’m glad that you added some very worth-while information.

        • vonMesser says:

          Grouch – I came across a bunch of interesting stuff on the Inquisition while on vacation with my sweetie. Can send it to you if you want, but it’s all hard-copy stuff.

      • Liz entrekin says:

        Great facts. Interesting how distance seems to always favor atrocity and distortion. And how historians not certain of truth and society of the time can write information that changes history to be a reflection of popular societal view at the time written (Or stealth and lies that were spoken). Makes you wonder just what all else has been distorted from the past. For instance the “dark ages” have had things discovered that makes it actually more peace and intellectual growth than savagery.

  7. Grouchy says:

    Clyde, THANK YOU~! for posting this.
    I just wish this airheaded bimbo would do a little bit of research in the Bible and in islamic teachings before spouting off his mouth. And a little understanding of Religious History wouldn’t hurt a bit, either. The way he talks only convinces those who’ve researched and studied just how ignorant, how much an ignoramus, he truly is. But his narcissism will neither admit nor permit any admission of error.
    AND THAT is why the country is in the condition it’s in today.