Poll: Thirty-Two Percent of Conservatives Believe Obama is Foreign-Born While Almost Twenty Percent Believe He Is the Actual Anti-Christ

225px-official_portrait_of_barack_obama800px-TrumpetsBooksA new poll by the Public Policy Polling group of New Jersey voters is out, here. An impressive 32% of conservatives believe that President Barack Obama is foreign born. With an additional 19% expressing uncertainty, that brings the figure to 51% of the polled citizens expressing the belief or suspicion that he is foreign born and not eligible to serve a President. Another 14% of Republicans and 18% of conservatives believe he is the Antichrist. That is by no means contradictory since the Antichrist is also foreign born.

I have some doubts about the view of these conservatives since I previously wrote a column identifying Michael Eisner as the AntiChrist and biblical beast, here.

Of course, Obama’s decline in popularity may indicate that he is not the AntiChrist. In the Bible, the AntiChrist is quite popular.

“And they worshipped the dragon which gave power unto the beast: and they worshipped the beast, saying, Who is like unto the beast? who is able to make war with him?” (Revelation 13:4).

At his current poll numbers, Obama may have to be downgraded from AntiChrist to demons or rebellious angel. (Rev. 12 7:9:
“And there was war in heaven. Michael and his angels fought against the dragon, and the dragon and his angels fought back. 8 But he was not strong enough, and they lost their place in heaven. 9 The great dragon was hurled down—that ancient serpent called the devil, or Satan, who leads the whole world astray. He was hurled to the earth, and his angels with him.”).

One can always seek answers on www.barackobamaantichrist.com.

Better yet, you can hear the hidden messages to Satan found in his inauguration speech:

Or this video walks you through the Biblical references to Barack as the AntiChrist:

If that is not enough, consider the fact that he is a White Socks fan and only wears White Sox caps — long known to Northsiders like myself to be the most obvious sign of a tool of Satan or Satan himself. Case closed.

44 thoughts on “Poll: Thirty-Two Percent of Conservatives Believe Obama is Foreign-Born While Almost Twenty Percent Believe He Is the Actual Anti-Christ”

  1. You know, I really should post this stuff on my blog, because I saw this coming since Iowa. And everyone neglects the fact that he is biracial, not black. Yes, I know he can’t get a Taxi. Why aren’t REAL Americans applauding this entirely American idealistic icon of what America was and is?

    We need some squirrel hunters to deal with these Apocalyptic, amoral so-called Christians. What would Jesus do? Remember, he probably was not white. No matter: he certainly wouldn’t degrade another human being by making silly and nutty ad hominy attacks.

  2. obama antichrist

    see my page


    also obama f**ked his grandpa

    difficult to believe ?

    these are blacks

    it’s not difficult to believe, the president of the USA WROTE IT and published in village voice


    see favs 8 he’s heckled down

  3. “I always hesitate to chalk something up to racism, but no one seemed to think either Clinton or Carter was the anti-Christ”

    If you notice I said Black man and Democrat. The same delegitimization process was undertaken with Bill Clinton, with the goal to neutralize his Presidency. With Jimmy Carter, the faux conservative noise machine was not fully in place. I agree that by the President also being Black the stakes are raised to Anti-Christ level, rather than just attacks on his morals and ethics.

  4. Alan, thanks for the post. It is both amusing and sad that Mr. Steele has not yet figured out that he is the official lawn jockey of the Republican Party. They just haven’t given him his uniform yet.

  5. rafflaw, I agree with you, but would add that the idea of an anti-Christ is an insult to Christians as well, other than those who occupy that corner of theological absurdity known as fundamentalism.

  6. I have said it before, but it bears repeating. These right wing nutjobs will say and do anything that Fox News or Glenn Beck tell them to. The idea of an anti-Christ is an insult to all non-Christians.

  7. @Mike Spindell: I always hesitate to chalk something up to racism, but no one seemed to think either Clinton or Carter was the anti-Christ, so it would seem you are unfortunately right. Long ago, during the primaries, I said that Obama’s election was going to really bring out the crazies and result in the wingnuts showing their true colors. It looks like I was unfortunately right, too.

  8. @D.D.Driver: I’m not saying there aren’t crazies on both sides, but IMO your poll statistic does not reflect crazies. If I were asked in a poll “Did Bush have advance knowledge of 9/11 but did nothing about it?”, I might answer yes, based on the advance briefing he received titled “Bin Laden Determined to Strike in US”. Yes, Bush did not know the full plan, but he was advised that some plan was afoot. That to me is at least some level of “advance knowledge”, enough that the question could be answered yes. The crazies are not the 35% who answered that question yes, but the handful of people who believe that Bush himself penetrated the WTC attacks so he could rule as a “war president”, or whatever.

  9. And where does the real anti-Christ’s side kick live no one knows but I have heard that it is in Preston Hollow, Dallas, Texas.

  10. Doctor Morbius,

    True, you have echoed my very darkest fears. The Cosmic Cube in the hands of Goofy? There are so many ways that can go wrong . . .

    Mike S.,

    “They talk Jesus but really don’t give a damn what he said.”

    It is a pretty impressive feat of denial though.

    And Anti-Christ? Hello? Has anyone been paying attention to Dick Cheney and Bubba the Chimp Boy? If you’re going to go all Apocalypse you silly fundies, at least be looking at the guys who destroyed the world, not the guy who’s going to finish the job because he lacks a spine. There’s a huge difference between evil and spineless.

  11. Alan: A report that a terrorist is determined to commit terrorist acts on American soils is actually not “advanced notice” of the 9/11 attacks.

    Are you really going to argue that there are not crazies and conspiracy theorists on each side? Drink much Kool Aid?

  12. They may talk Anti-Christ but it really is all about his being Black. What I find so appalling is that the Christian Fundamentalists focus on Revelations and ignore the Gospels. They talk Jesus but really don’t give a damn what he said.

  13. JT wrote a column on the religiosity of the candidates for president. He pointed out that: “Sen. Barack Obama of Illinois led the way and recently proclaimed his intention to be “an instrument of God” and to create “a Kingdom right here on earth.”

    I bring this up because these statements flirt with a messianic world view and I see them as the flip side of others who see him as the antichrist.

    David Swanson spoke of this propensity to both demonize our opponent and see our candidate as a savior. He said we all need to stop looking at politicians as religious figures. They are human beings, neither gods nor demons. I really believe he is on to something here.

    I get a big laugh out of the antichrist stuff as much as anyone, and I will continue to do so. But behind my laugh I keep thinking why it is any worse than the religious statemens of Obama, which objectively speaking are a little scary.

    This all seems indicative of extreme social stress. I think our govt. has completely failed to address the underlying issues causing our population so much fear–unemployment, no health care, no housing, no food. The govt.’s policies haven’t even been neutral, they have worsened the situation. So while all of this is funny, it is serious as well.

  14. P.S., The notion that Obama is Satan is not so far fetched either. If you believe that everything good comes from God, and everything bad comes from Satan, and if you perceive Obama as doing bad, then the only logic conclusion is that Obama comes from Satan. You’re still a wingnut, but at least you are being consistent.

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