Friday, June 05, 2009

What'll It Be, Barry?
Everything to everyone

Looks as if Pope Barry I of the American Patriotic Catholic Church is also gunning for the title of Grand Mufti of the World.

During his oratorical fellatio to the world's moslems today in Cairo, Pope-Mufti Dingle Barry had some rather... "interesting", shall we say... comments.

He referred to the koran repeatedly, and even went as far as to say " the story of Isra, when Moses, Jesus, and Mohammad, peace by upon them, joined in prayer."

Pardon me? One need not be a learned theologian to understand that at minimum, he was smooching some serious moslem ass. At a maximum, he just denied the divinity of Christ.

And while I'm at it, why is there no proof he was ever Baptized? Technically, this guy's still a moslem.


Blogger Joe of St. Thérèse said...

As I've said for years, Closet Moslem, only now it's not so big of a secret thanks to this speech (I'll translate it later at my blog)

6:20 PM  
Blogger Greta said...

No, I do not think he is a muslim. I think he is a believer in the god Obama. I really do believe he is an atheist who says anything or plays anything necessary for him to gain what he wants.

6:40 PM  
Blogger TCN said...

He isn't a muslim because he can't stick with anything longer than about 15 minutes without losing focus. He's a narcissist, and a loser, and he's going to hell and taking this country with him.

I swear, he has all the maturity of a two-year-old, and we put his sorry butt in charge. That's as charitable as I can be under the circumstances.

Pray hard, folks, this is going to get much uglier before somebody finds a way to get him out of power.

9:24 PM  
Blogger Al said...

Can you say 1 world religion?

Can you say antiChrist?

11:11 PM  
Blogger Viator Catholicus said...

I think I agree Al. That's why he belongs to a sham church. As a liberal Protestant, he can believe anything he wants and still trick our fellow Americans who are unwilling to think for themselves that he is a Christian. There's so much demonic about this presidency that it's hard not to see him as an, if not the, anti-Christ. He'll gain the good will of Muslims, convince lukewarm Christians to become Muslims, and persecute the true Church. I wonder how many have already embraced the Satanic verses after his trip to Cairo. [Meanwhile, I won't be surprised if somewhere down the road he proclaims his "conversion" on the life and marriage issues to increase his power and influence. After all, pro-aborts are declining. And sodomites make up only a tiny portion of the population.]

8:02 AM  
Blogger Adeodatus49 said...

I don't think he is a Muslim. I also don't think he is a Christian.

9:19 AM  
Blogger Gideon Ertner said...

Indeed, it does seem like Obama is out to build the New World Order where everyone lives in peace and harmony because no-one's beliefs or values really matter any more, swallowed up as they are in the über-religion of 'consensusism', 'tolerancism' and 'savetheplanetism'.

Muslim? Nah. For Obama, Islam is just another religion whose beliefs and values he can toy around with as he pleases.

10:44 AM  
Blogger Gideon Ertner said...

On another note, whyever do you demand proof that he's baptized? Do you have proof that Bush was baptized? Or the Holy Father for that matter?

"Technically, this guy's still a moslem."

Well, according to Islam he'll 'technically' be a Muslim till his dying breath no matter if he were baptized or not. That's hardly the point.

According to Christianity, meanwhile, you can 'technically' only be either an unbeliever or a Christian.

10:50 AM  
Blogger Vir Speluncae Catholicus said...

On another note, whyever do you demand proof that he's baptized? Do you have proof that Bush was baptized? Or the Holy Father for that matter?

That's a fair question. The Holy Orders taken by His Holiness make him providing proof of Baptism unneccessary. As far as Bush is concerned, I'm quite sure he would/has provided such without hesitation.

Obama on the other hand.....

4:24 PM  
Blogger Gideon Ertner said...

"The Holy Orders taken by His Holiness make him providing proof of Baptism unneccessary."

Not so fast. I've heard how years back, an Irish Priest was ordained a Bishop and at the reception afterwards his mother told, for the first time, the 'amusing' story of how when he was born he was in danger of death and she baptized him in eau de cologne...

My point was that if Obama does not want to subject the fact of his baptism to public scrutiny, that's quite understandable. He might consider it an intimate matter which was not worthy of dragging through the front pages of the tabloid press. - Well, one can only hope!

5:40 PM  
Blogger Vir Speluncae Catholicus said...

Not so fast. I've heard how years back

Is this factual information, or just a cute urban myth? But back to Obama considering his Baptism an intimate family affair... I kinda doubt it. A simple Certificate of Baptism is hardly tabliod fodder.

But I agree with you, we can only hope!

5:50 PM  

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