Thursday, January 15, 2009 Posted by Shattered Paradigm
The truth is that without overwhelming support from Christian conservatives, George W. Bush would not have won in either 2000 or 2004. Even today there are Christians conservatives who would swear up and down that Bush is a good man and is "one of them".
However, other Christians are looking back over the last eight years and are wondering how we could have ever elected such a person into the White House.
In the Scriptures it says in Matthew 7:16: "Ye shall know them by their fruits".
So let's take a moment and look at George W. Bush's fruits from the last 8 years.....
First of all, let's talk about torture. Does this look "Christian" to you?.....
Since when did it become "Christian" to torture people?
How were we doing the "right thing" by putting people through this type of treatment.....
Well what about the wars?
Do you think that Jesus would use depleted uranium weapons which kill and cripple our own troops and turn babies into freaks of nature?
I dare anyone to look at these pictures and then explain about how "moral" these wars are:
Then go read the following article and then explain how supporting these wars and killing our own troops with depleted uranium is "supporting the troops".....
But torture, brutal warfare and depleted uranium are just the tip of the iceberg. Consider all of these other anti-Christian things that Bush has been involved with.....
*Bush is a member of the Satanic Skull & Bones Society:
*President Bush's gay/lesbian policies were identical to Clinton's:
*President Bush Worships in Muslims Mosques and Buddist Temples:
*Bush said that the Muslim God and the Christian God are the same thing:
*Bush actually INCREASED funding for Planned Parenthood abortion mills:
Plus Bush has set up a Nazi police state which he will hand over to the new administration.
So when that boot is on your neck, remember that it was Bush that set this all up.
So Christians.....do any of you still support him?
President Bush has even publicly said that he does not believe what Christians believe.
In an absolutely stunning interview, President George W. Bush publicly said that the Bible is "probably not" literally true, that he prays to the same God that other major religions do and that he believes the scientific proof for evolution.
When asked if he believed that the Bible was literally true, President Bush responded this way:
"Probably not. No, I'm not a literalist, but I think you can learn a lot from it."
The reality is that George W. Bush's religious beliefs are not compatible with evangelical Christianity.
For example, President George W. Bush has openly said many times that Christians, Muslims and all other religions pray to the same God. In stunning public statements, Bush has admitted that he prays to the God of Islam, that non-Christians and Muslims will go to heaven and that he has "nothing but praise" for Islam.
You don't believe this?
President Bush has been very open about these things.
Charles Gibson of ABC interviewed President George W. Bush and the topic of religion came up during the interview.....
CHARLES GIBSON:Do we all worship the same God, Christian and Muslim?
PRESIDENT BUSH:I think we do.
CHARLES GIBSON:Does ...
PRESIDENT BUSH:We have different routes of getting to the Almighty.
(Later in the interview.....)
CHARLES GIBSON:Do Christians and non-Christians and Muslims go to heaven in your mind?
PRESIDENT BUSH:Yes, they do. We have different routes of getting there.
But it wasn't just during the Charles Gibson interview that Bush declared himself to be a universalist.....
In a stunning interview with Al Arabiya television, Bush said, "I believe in an almighty God, and I believe that all the world, whether they be Muslim, Christian, or any other religion, prays to the same God."
During that same interview Bush also said, "I believe there is a universal God. I believe the God that the Muslim prays to is the same God that I pray to. After all, we all came from Abraham. I believe in that universality."
During one trip to Iraq, Bush reportedly made this statement: "I want you to convey this message to Mr. Sistani. Tell him that I pray to the same god he prays to... Tell Sistani I have nothing but praise for your religion."
Now does any of that sound "Christian" to you?
According to George W. Bush, Jesus must have been mistaken in John 14:6.....
Jesus answered, "I am the way and the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me."
The truth is that George W. Bush has always rejected even the most basic Christian beliefs.
Evangelical Christians were conned into thinking that Bush was "one of them" - the reality is that he isn't one of them and he never was.