Over a week after the historical presidential elections, Americans are expressing concern and anxiety over what a Barack Hussein Obama presidency will mean. Some are complaining that Obama will open the doors to unimpeded abortions. Others are concerned about Obama's plan for mandatory civil service camps where young people between the ages of 18 and 25 will be forced into military-style civil service and "reeducation' as to what it means to be an American-Obama style. Still others are upset with using taxpayers' money for massive federal bail outs and the government taking ownership positions in America's most storied industries.
Others are alarmed that vocal anti-American hacks like former Clinton Administration secretaries of State-Warren Christopher and Madeleine Albright-will be taking strong advisory roles in the Obama administration. The media now confirms reports that the Obama campaign met with the terrorist group Hamas before the election, but told Hamas not to announce the meeting until after the election. And then there is the question of exactly where did all the money come from that Obama raised and how nobody will ever know because he is not subject to the scrutiny of Federal Election Commission guidelines-Obama did not receive public financing.
Americans wanted change. And change is what they are gong to get. Change was defined all along in the details of what Obama wanted to accomplish. But the public refused to hear. Now that the Obama chief of staff is defining exactly what mandatory civil service means; that the co-chair of the Obama transition team says that Obama will be ready to "rule" on day one; now that every big business in America is going to get billions of taxpayer dollars in return for government held stock, Americans are alarmed. There were warnings all along. But Americans, even American Christians, ignored the warnings.
The National Election Pool exit survey showed Obama won 43% of voters that say they attend church weekly, eight points higher than 2004 Democratic nominee John F. Kerry. Obama won 57% of occasional worshipers, 11 points more than Kerry. Some 54% of the Catholic vote supported Obama-two points higher than Catholic support for President Bush in 2004. The LA Times cited as an example Christian leaders like Pastor Rick Warren for helping Obama court Christians with appearances at an AIDS conference, a Warren review of Obama's book, and the presidential forum Warren hosted. Jesus warned in Matthew 24:24, "For there shall arise false Christs, and false prophets, and shall show great signs and wonders; insomuch that, if it were possible, they shall deceive the very elect."