All Hail Messiah Obama at Temple Mount Obamanopolis!

The writers at Saturday Night Live could not parody this insidious hilarity any better than Barrack The Hussein Obama’s campaign itself is doing.

The man-god, Obama will give his acceptance speech for Emperor of the World from a set depicting his temple in heaven, where he will come down, to lead us ungrateful mortals in the ways of Alinsky – and change us, into something the Founders never intended.

But I’m not the only one to note the ridiculousness and utter arrogance and stupidity that Obama ices his campaign cake on with this attempt to make himself a god.

Can we little ‘bitter Americans, who cling to our religion and our guns’ be saved?  Should we all genuflect in humility in Barrack The Hussein Obama’s general direction?  Should we face D.C. when we do it? 

JEREMY OLSHAN and GEOFF EARLE of the New York Post make a similar observation.

Democrats will kneel before the “Temple of Obama” tonight. 

As if a Rocky Mountain coronation were not lofty enough, Barack Obama will aim for Mount Olympus when he accepts his party’s nomination atop an enormous, Greek-columned stage – built by the same cheesy set team that put together Britney Spears‘ last tour. 

John McCain‘s campaign mocked the massive neoclassical set created for Obama’s speech at 75,000-seat Invesco Field. Some Republicans have dubbed it the “Barackopolis,” while others suggested the delegates should wear togas to fit in among the same Doric columns the ancient Greeks believed would stroke the egos of Zeus and Athena. 
“It’s only appropriate that Barack Obama would descend down from the heavens and spend a little time with us mere mortals when accepting the Democratic nomination,” said Republican National Committee spokesman Danny Diaz. 

The McCain campaign quickly dispatched a memo calling the stage the “Temple of Obama.” 

“We would have expected to read something like this in The Onion. Fortunately for us, it’s true. Unfortunately for Obama, it’s true,” a McCain adviser told The Post. 
But the set is designed to evoke the White House and the Lincoln Memorial, not the Acropolis, said staging supervisor Bobby Allen, a Spears set vet. 
“We’ve done Britney’s sets and a whole bunch of rock shows, but this was far more elaborate and complicated and we had to do it in far less time,” said Allen, of RDA Entertainment. 

“The biggest challenge has been making sure we don’t damage the playing field underneath.” 
Asked who is harder to sat isfy – the Democrats or Britney – Allen replied: “I better not answer that.” 
The curved, columned backdrop does resemble the portico of the White House, and blue carpeting and podium surrounded by white stars is suggestive of the Oval Office, other crew members said. 

Democrats quickly pointed out that George W. Bush accepted the Republican nomination before a similar, though less elaborate, stage in 2004. 
Obama chose to accept the nomination at Invesco Field and not at the Pepsi Center, where the rest of the convention is being held, so he can reach out to a larger number of supporters – a move John F. Kennedy employed in 1960. 

The late decision to move the speech to the football stadium did not give Allen and the other contractors much time to make the Olympian stage a reality. 
“We knew about it for only a few weeks, and had only one week to actually assemble this,” he said. 

The structure has an aluminum frame, and the faux-stone walls and columns are made of wood. 

Obama has been called “the biggest celebrity in the world” by the McCain campaign. Republicans say that even though Obama will share the stage with Stevie Wonder, the candidate is proving their point. 

Asked about McCain’s criticism of the Democratic convention stage, Obama adviser David Axelrod jabbed at McCain for “shooting barbs about the opulence of our convention from the mountaintop in Sedona.” 

Democratic delegates defended the grandiosity as fitting with the monumental importance of this election. 
“If you ask me, it kind of looks like the columns in the White House,” Ohio delegate Eileen Krupinski said. 
Kathy Knight, a North Carolina delegate, said the Republicans will say anything to bring Obama down. 

“All they can reach for is what’s negative,” she said. “That’s just tacky.” 

Regardless of questions about the temple, people are still clamoring to get inside. 

Despite Democratic efforts to stop rampant ticket-scalping for Obama’s big speech tonight, has been filled with ads offering the impossible-to-get seats for as much as $1,000. 

Standing on this temple podium, Obama will recall Rev. Martin Luther King’s “I have a dream” speech while mourning the victims of Hurricane Katrina when he accepts his party’s nomination tonight – fusing two events central to the African-American experience into his call for national unity and change. 
“He’s going to lay out the case for change. He’s going to set the stakes for this election – the risks of continuing down the road we’re on,” said Axelrod, previewing the speech. 


This is now beyond humorous and silly.  

This is downright dangerous, to have a man, who has wanted to be king since childhood – surround himself with the rhetoric and trappings of a man-god, who promises “change” – but will lead us all to ruin.




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7 responses to “All Hail Messiah Obama at Temple Mount Obamanopolis!

  1. Oh, please. This is not only clearly a reference to the Lincoln Memorial (where Dr. King delivered his “I Have a Dream” speech 45 years ago today), but follows in the footsteps of President Bush’s own acceptance speech 4 years ago, when columns were shown on the stage behind him. Don’t believe me? Check out the YouTube video of Bush’s speech here. {ProfJonathan}

  2. Why the heck would Obama wanna imitate W? That’s messed up.

  3. invar

    No, it’s NOT a clear reference to the Lincoln Memorial – even though I am sure you Obama worshippers will want us all to think that.

    It’s a bizarre cross of the Acropolis, the White House Rose Garden Fascade and the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin.

    The Lincoln Memorial does not curve or have windows.

    Nice try again trying to apologize for your false messiah.

  4. invar

    Why the heck would Obama wanna imitate W? That’s messed up.

    Right. So imitating Hitler at the Nuremburg rally is better for a meglomaniacal madman, yes?

    We thought so.

  5. My friend no one worships Obama. The truth is for the last seven years Americans have seen the worst leadership ever. They are longing for something different. That’s why Obama will win in November barring any voter suppression by Republicans.

    It appears to me that Republicans have found a little idol of their own in Gov. Palin. She’s so much like Bush. America can’t risk another bout of that.

    God bless you,

    See you at church

  6. invar

    Thank you Josef Goebbels.

    Contrary to your feeble and failed attempt to suggest no one worships Obama, the hard proof and video evidence of worship songs to Obama by school children and Obama’s Paramilitary Youth Regiment chanting that Obama is the Alpha and Omega and that HE is the one who gives them life, hope and their careers – shows you to be woefully ignorant, or deliberately deceptive you are.

    What you people long for is a Marxist savior, another Mao, Castro and Che Guevera for your Socialist revolution to “change” America into a Communist hell.

    THAT”S the “change” you people want. That’s the change Obama’s two “autobiographies” essentially lay out as his prescription for America: Socialism.

    And like all good Alinsky Marxists, I’m hearing you people warn that if your messiah is not elected – that Republicans will have surpressed the vote and therefore you will burn cities down.

    Well, when your fellow Ideologues decide to get violent when you don’t get your way this November – we’re not sitting back and putting up with it this time.

    You Obama- worshipping Socialists are going to wish you never started what is coming.

  7. Actually we can thank Carter for the mortgage dealcbe. It was during his reign that it was decided that people that were neither citizens of this country or even had a job that afforded them the ability to pay for a mortgage should be allowed to have homes. Because, of course, that is the American Dream.It was Bush and McCain that called for oversight on Fannie and Freddie (not just once either but several times) but it was good ole Barney that insisted that there was no problem with was all good.History will show that George Bush while not a GREAT president, definitely was a good one. he kept this country safe after 9/11. Bullies don’t like it when someone stands up to them. Up until 9/11 America had not stood up to Bin Laden or his ilk.We now have another appeaser in the office and the bullies (terrorists) love it. They have already perceived him as weak , who knows what will happen next.

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