posted on Jan, 28 2007 @ 08:28 PM
I don't really think that Obama is the anti-christ. He's simply the political equivalent of a genetically engineered super candidate by the
His run for the senate could not have gone any more perfectly than it had. You see what happened was the Republican's had put out a guy by the name
of Jack Ryan. Now you see the name Ryan has a very very negative image here in Illinois due to the corrupt and scandalous former governor who was
convicted not too terribly long ago. So as it was, Obama's unfortunate name wasn't as bad of a name to have as Ryan's. (speaking of funny names
in this race we also had a Libertarian by the name of Jerry Kohn running) At least not in this state. But it gets better, part way through the
campaign there was an opening of some child custody files which revealed a particularly damaging sex scandal. Thus due to a lot of bad attention
concerning the scandal, and a loss of support from fellow Republicans Ryan dropped out of the race.
So what did the Republican's do? They sent in Alan Keyes, a guy from Maryland. Needless to say that didn't go over too well with the state's
voters. When I looked into the man's background and discovered he wasn't even living in Illinois I determined that there was no way I would ever
vote for such a candidate, and that's how it went with a lot of other voters. Not to mention the fact that Keyes actually likened abortion to
terrorism, opposed direct elections of US Senators, and then likening voting for Obama to voting for the Nazi's. Such conservatism tends to be
considered a little over the top no matter where you're from. But this was Illinois, one of the most liberal states in the union thanks to
So with the Republican's first pick dropping out, and then Obama giving the keynote speech at the DNC, and then the Republicans sending in an out of
state man to run against him is it really any wonder that he won with 70% of the vote?
And now with the story of how Obama came to become one of the three most famous (or infamous if you prefer) senator's currently in office, we have to
wonder what the chance's are of such perfect luck. Anti-christ? I doubt it, but maybe that's just because I'm a Pastafarian. Political
conspiracy? I get a gut feeling that this could be some sort of political conspiracy between the leaders of the Republican and Democratic parties.