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Thy Black Christians: Shame! Shame! Shame!

October 16, 2012 by  
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( Increasingly, I am hearing the following mantra/narrative from Black Christians. “I’m voting for Obama because he is the lesser of the two evils.” This is an extremely weak veiled attempt to justify their racism and loyalty to The Black Code (never side with a white against a fellow black).

From a Christian point of view, how can any Bible believer conclude that Mitt Romney is more evil than Barack Obama?

Here are a few of the numerous things on Obama’s anti-Christian agenda. Obama supports same-sex marriage and has vowed to be an advocate for the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender communities. Obama supports abortion including infanticide (making it illegal to provide medical aid to a baby that has survived a failed abortion). Despite their strong will to survive, these babies must be left to die.

Massive governmental controls hidden in Obamacare include forcing Christian institutions to fund abortion services against the teachings of their  faith. Think about that; the federal government demanding that Christians  betray their biblical beliefs. Forty Catholic groups are fighting back by suing the Obama Administration. In typical liberal incremental fashion, our military has gone from a “Don’t ask/ Don’t tell” policy to being mandated to celebrate Gay Pride Month under Obama.

Indisputable facts are available everywhere exposing Obama to be the most anti-Christian president in U.S. History. I know some of you Black Christians will continue to stick your heads in the sand, refusing to accept the truth. Woe be unto you. Racism is evil, whether it comes from whites or blacks blindly worshiping Obama because of his skin-color.

So Black Christians, tell me Romney’s stated ant-Christian agenda. Grasping at straws, some will say Romney is a Mormon and Mormonism does not jive with Christianity. Well, you may have a point. However, Romney has not attacked Christianity or pledged to force Christians to betray their faith. Obama is boldly and dictatorially implementing his anti-Christian agenda. Regrettably, many of you black so-called followers of Christ realize who Obama really is and what he is doing. And yet, you will vote for him anyway because of your sick addiction to racial politics.

I have also heard Christians say, “OK, I admit that Obama is destroying America, but I cannot vote for a Mormon.” Such thinking is illogical. Imagine, your home is on fire and your family is trapped inside. The Hells Angels motorcycle gang arrives at the scene offering to go inside to rescue your loved ones. How absurd would it be to reject their “God-sent” help because you disapprove of the Hells Angels’ lifestyle?

Remember this old joke? A guy was trapped on his roof during a flood. He prayed for help. Various volunteers came to his aid in boats. The man rejected them all, waiting for God to save him. The foolish man drowned. In Heaven, the man asked God why he did not answer his prayer. God replied, “I did answer your prayer. You rejected everyone I sent.”

America is on fire folks. Romney/Ryan are the most available firefighters. Thus, I believe they are “God-sent.”

I asked a black minister friend to further explain this “lesser evil” thing. He said the “lesser evil” in his mind is the economy. While not disputing Obama’s anti-Christian agenda, Obama still wins his vote because he believes Romney/Ryan’s plan will further the decline of America’s economy. In essence, this black minister of the Gospel is saying he values the economy over God’s condemnation of homosexuality, over the lives of babies and over freedom of worship.

And by the way, this minister thinking that Obama’s economic plan of spending our way to prosperity is superior to Romney/Ryan’s plan is idiotic, nonsensical and absurd. I can not believe my friend is that stupid. I believe sighting the economy as his reason for voting for Obama is a weak excuse to mask his racism; pure and simple.

To all you, Obama-is-the-lesser-of-two-evils black Christian voters, you should be ashamed of yourselves. You “ain’t” foolin’ nobody. You are racists! May God have mercy on your souls.

Staff Writer; Lloyd Marcus

Chairman of The Campaign to Defeat Barack Obama.

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Lloyd is singer/songwriter of the American Tea Party Anthem and author of Confessions of a Black Conservative, foreword by Michele Malkin.




31 Responses to “Thy Black Christians: Shame! Shame! Shame!”
  1. Marque-Anthony says:

    I believe it was Esau who sold his birthright for a morsel of meat. Likewise too many of our people have sold out to the assumption that we must always vote Democrat – the inherited party of our former slave masters. I do not think Romney was a good candidate either but more moral, as the conservative base usually is. The majority of the people in this country want to do what feels good regardless of the sociological, moral, spiral or psychological consequences. And President Obama plays to those audiences. That is one reason he is in office, because he knows how to tell any group what they want to here – especially the immoral ones.

    My heart is sad for the unborn babies and those who are not allowed to live outside the womb. My heart is sad for the men and women who really think that gay couples are better for children in the household than a male and female. A ton of proof says otherwise but they don’t care because they are making selfish sexual decisions instead of parental decisions with their children’s best interest at heart.

    I am an AA, neither democrat nor republican but a fiscal and social conservative.

  2. Marque-Anthony says:

    Great article

  3. Mack says:

    Seattle Guy:

    I did observe that. They never do. And why should they? We only seem to care about the APPEARANCE of having power, without the actualization of it. Something that seems rife in the collective mentality of ‘our’ people. It’s like the person who goes into debt to buy something fancy just to make others think he has money; when he really can’t rub two beans together. That’s our approach to politics.

    Even though I felt Obama was the lesser of two evils, I felt like Ron Paul was the best of them all. Here’s something else I found interesting: did you know that just about every presidential candidate who makes it to election day is blood related to some European ruling family? Barack Obama is even related to Dick Cheney!

    And both are cousins to the Queen of England. You can’t make this stuff up…So whether you vote one party or the other, you still get the same agenda.

    Excellent list btw. I always said they could stop the drug trade overnight by simply auditing the known banks that launder drug money. But we know why that will never happen: some really big names might go away for a long, long time.

  4. SeattleGuy says:

    Mack – I do find it funny that neither candidate focused on any topics really that were pertanent to the black community. some of mine were:

    Nike, Apple, GE, Chrysler, and others should be making things here
    There’s too many black males doing time; tired of banks laundering drug $

  5. SeattleGuy says:

    Great thought provoking article! The truth is the New World Order will swallow your values and principals up, and it doesn’t care if you are a democrat, republican, green party or libertarian. It doesn’t matter. Politics have the ability to make a person sacrifice things that don’t fall in line with the ways of Yah. So don’t look to either party to spiritual guidance.

    That being said. THE NATIONAL PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION is all about the New World Order, so don’t expect any party on a national level to back you up on your spiritual values.

    ALWAYS VOTE LOCALLY! If the phony two party system doesn’t see eye to eye with you, participate locally on things that have a direct effect on your everyday life. Me I didn’t vote for either candidate nationally…I chose Gary Johnson. I did vote on local initiatives and elected officials.

  6. Ladyf2m says:

    I honestly feel we as christian placed too much energy in the election and not enough on God….

  7. Mack says:

    FJ says:

    “How can you vote for someone based on skin color instead of their ability to do the job?”

    You should ask the supporters of Romney that same question. Based on all those tweets that went out after the election results came in, its obvious white folks voted for Romney simply because he wasn’t the ‘black guy’.

    As for the rest of your rant, black folks by and large don’t vote for other black candidates based solely on skin color. Thats ignorant. We didn’t support Alan Keys, Herman Cain, Al Sharpton or Jesse Jackson. So that’s a lie my friend. But we all know why YOU didn’t support Herman Cain, even in your own party…despite the fact he was a much smarter and more qualified candidate than Flipflop Mitt.

  8. fj says:

    i swear black people can be the most racist ignorant people at times. How can you vote for someone based on skin color instead of their ability to do the job? and how can you say that it isn’t racist to do that. Black people in america will never want any other race to be in power now that obaama has been president. obama could rape little children and become muslim (if he isnt already one) and black people would still vote for him as long as the other person running against him is white. smh racist black people.

  9. fj says:

    This was a great article, you spoke the truth and you weren’t afraid to do it. thank you for stating the facts!!

  10. Deeann D. Mathews says:

    @Riggity: I see your point… but God doesn’t need your vote. There are no challengers for His position. Meanwhile, He has ordained that we live in a democratic republic, which means we have to make the best choices we can. It is true that sometiems we get caught up on candidates like they are the Messiah, and that is a mistake… but the exact opposite, a withdrawal from the system, is also a mistake. Everyone should of course vote their conscience … but Jesus doesn’t need your vote. The best candidate you can find does!

  11. Riggity Ree says:

    Wow….. this is exactly why I voted for Jesus…he will do far more than any human can. The back and forth and lesser of two evils diminishes when you follow truth and put your faith in God and his son.

  12. Greg Black says:

    Whoever wrote this article is the whole problem with the religious right in this country. To argue whether God is a Republican or a Democrat is ridiculous. Vote your conscience and stop using your religion to excuse your hate and intolerance. God is neither. It is incredibly arrogant (the sin of Satan) for you to make the assertion that God wants you to vote this way or that. He doesn’t give a crap about American politics; He cares about the lost. Maybe you should, too.

  13. sparetharod says:

    ‘Black Christians’…what a joke. We have lost our identity and culture and now we are defending the principles of a religion that was forced on us. For every bible quote you give, there’s another one that will contradict. Christians should READ the bible and then explain the slavery, murder, incest, and other fooloshness that it contains. And, how much of our hard earned money goes to fake prophets who prosper while we get broker and broker waiting on a saviour?

    Who cares what religion Romney or Obama follows? Educate yourself, strive to make improvements for yourself, make sure your kids are educated and prepared for survival in this system. If we all strive to improve ourselves, it won’t matter who wins this silly election.

  14. EssenceofSpirit says:

    Coons! Any self respecting Black person that supports a candidate that believed and taught others that blacks are cursed is a fool. Do you really believe that Mitt Romney suddenly felt differently about black people just because the Morman church wants to appear more politically correct? If Christiananity means that I have to become a hankie wearing Aunt Jemima, ya’ll can keep it!

  15. jo says:

    So many lost people, so little time. LOVE IN JESUS

  16. People Firstly you votes will not count, It has been decided that Romney will win. That is why the Bilderberg group met in Virginia to interview Romney, no one can be president without the say so of the Bilderberg group.

    I am glad that Christians are voting for Obama because really Obama is worse than what the mainstream media is saying, Obamacare requires every American to be chipped, to prevent fraud.

    So black people are throwing themselves back into slavery.

    The elections were stolen a long time agao really, because a Tea Party candidate should have been chosen over Romney but you all saw the dirty tricks to get Romney elected.

    I happen to think the any christian who supports Romney is deceived, I am still going to research the prophets who will say God have chosen Romney.

    Black people have shown their lack of political thought by their blind support for Obama, you vote to gain something, what have black people gained except bragging rights?

    Those who are endorsing Obama or Romney are betraying you, Romney and Obama are working for the same people.

    Vote constitutional party, take a stand.

  17. Mike Williams says:

    First off how can anybody support Christianity in the first place as any other religion??? It was born out of murder and death. Christianity is hypocrisy in itself. I want Obama back in office again just because he is black…plain and simple. We need Obama in office 4 more years so more young black people can see and comprehend a black president. Every year we have a black president, is a year another young black grows a year older and starts to comprehend and see they can become anything on this planet if they put their mind to it. That will do more for black people than any policy Obama or Romney can ever create. Once again, I think this site is ran by white people. Every article on this site tears down the black community. This website is definitely a wolf in sheep clothing!!!

  18. James says:

    Terrible article in that the author picks and chooses which Christian values he/she wants to support. It’s the reason why in my opinion, black ministers are powerless and church attendance is falling. A few make a big stink about same sex marriage and abortion, but torture, the use of borrowed funds for war as opposed to education, economic injustice, environmental racism, predatory lending…crickets (all of which Obama has addressed). And if a politician does pass things that encourage say predatory lending, for these ministers it’s ok as long as that same politician wants to re-write the constitution to exclude a segment of the population (gays).

    As for the debt situation, both are going to spend money (don’t be fooled). The question is on what will we get the largest rate of return. Many go into debt to pay for education or start a business because they know it will yield a large rate of return in the long run. That is what Obama has done and is continuing to push for. Romney believes that simply cutting back and investing large sums of money in the military is the answer…historically that has ALWAYS proven to be false. It’s not even true in our personal lives.

    So these ministers (and this author) can fain righteous indignation all they want…but it’s a watered down faith. One that is transparent and easily seen by all.

  19. Paul says:

    Never ever vote for any POLITICIAN that promotes abortion it is a plague that has destroyed the Black population

  20. Caliph says:

    Is this dude serious?

  21. I’m not a Christian, but I do believe in Christian values and anything else that is good. But to vote for someone based only on your religious beliefs is a remedy for failure. This is why white southern Christians get screwed by the republicans, every time they vote based on their religious beliefs. Most Blacks are conservative but we know that republicans will do nothing for our cause but tell us to pull ourselves up from our bootstraps when we don’t even have boots. It seems this article is another example to keep us divided at the least and an attempt to get more Romney votes at the worst. But I do believe we’re much more smarter than that.

    Black Unity means financial independence and happiness

  22. Deeann D. Mathews says:

    Mack — right on. That’s what my father says, more or less — “No matter who wins, they can’t hurt me. I’mma pray for all of them: ‘Lord, make ’em behave themselves.’ ” It does come down to doing what God said: respect and pray for all rulers so that we may live a quiet and peaceful life, and have the freedom to practice and share our faith. From that perspective, the outcome of this particular election will not change anything.

    Lloyd — perhaps you are forgetting one thing about Black people that do not want to vote for Mitt Romney because he is a Mormon. When Governor Romney was young, the Mormon church taught that Black people were basically the spawn of the devil, beyond salvation, and beyond consideration as human beings with full rights. Perhaps he has rejected those views, as Mormonism officially has now. But it would certainly make those Black people who remember that little piece of information about the Mormons feel a whole lot better if he would say aloud that he no longer believes what he was taught in his youth. But instead, all we know is his comments about the 47 percent that are beyond his attention, a chilling parallel to what his church said about Black people for about one hundred years. If you have information that shows that Mitt Romney has repudiated that aspect of Mormon doctrine, please post it. I, like many other swing voters, still have to prayerfully figure out what I’m going to do, and I am willing to consider that evidence if you have it.

  23. lewis orr says:

    I’m voting for President Obama because he’s Black! Just like Al Sharpton and all the other Black people that have lived in this country through segregation and have studied the history of this country. If Whites can vote for a White man than please allow me to vote for a Black man. Don’t bring your bible verses into this election. Religion and democracy don’t go together. This is not a theology, this is a democracy, the worship of jackal by jackasses.

  24. Deeann D. Mathews says:

    My difficulty is that my Bible says “Abstain from the appearance of evil,” so that makes voting for the lesser of two evils a real problem. I’m really stuck. President Obama’s record is indeed stained with some stuff a man who professes Christ cannot be excused for, as he is as yet unrepentant. On the other hand, Governor Romney’s record suggests to me that he and his bigger backers are unconcerned about anyone who is either not pumping money into some corporate structure or sitting atop one– and I have spent my life serving those he just lumps into the 47 percent that he clearly said he isn’t concerned with, those who need public education and big-time help with the costs of healthcare. There are a lot of things God condemns along with homosexuality; do a count on the number of times greed and “grinding the faces of the poor” are condemned (hint: check Proverbs and all the prophets, and then check the book of James for starters). So to me, the president and his challenger both present a quandary!

  25. Mack says:

    Maybe some of you ‘christians’ need to be reminded: King Nebuchadnezzar was NOT a Christian. He was considered a pagan king. Yet God strategically placed Daniel at his side. The same happened in Joseph’s day under the Pharoah of Egypt in the book of Genesis. The point is: the ruler of the land does not have to be a so-called Christian. God can and will run the country, often by placing key people in key advisory positions to the head leader in charge.

    Frankly I could care less if the president was a christian or not. He’s just a puppet ruler anyway. By now we all should know that the real rulers of America never campaign for votes or go on TV. Even the ones who claim to be Christians are usually just fronting to get the gullible Christian vote. How about we do what scripture tells us to do, and PRAY for those who are in positions of power over the land, so that their hearts will be putty in God’s hand? That sounds to me like a better ‘Christian’ strategy than conducting political witch hunts.

  26. John Rockets says:

    Lloyd, this was spot on. Finally someone speaking up and speaking the truth. There are many of us black Christians who do not support President Obama, because of the reasons that you stated above. I wish so more black people would stand for the truth. Good job my brother.

  27. AM says:

    Firefighters?? God Sent?? This diatribe is awful. I’m not an Obama nor Romney supporter, but the defense was not such at all. Check Paul Ryan lambasting the stimulus while he requested stimulus dollars on four occasions (as discovered via the Freedom of Information Act).

    God sends liars?? It’s clear, he’s one.

  28. Pat says:

    The gay issue was a trap by the mainstream to divide the Black vote! As long as we won’t have our vision for the well-being of our community and we will let others dictate their agendas, we won’t progress and won’t be respected! They know that we like to defend everybody else before our own!!!

  29. Pat says:

    The gay issue was a trap by the mainstream to divide the Black vote! As long as we won’t have our vision but the well-being of our community and we will let others dictate their agendas we won’t progress and won’t be respected!

  30. Realman says:

    I’m sure Lloyd is a great tap dancer!!


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