Tuesday, September 27, 2011


Why the Antichrist Matters in Politics

The left is in disarray while libertarianism is on the ascent. A new generation of evangelicals — well-versed in organizing but lacking moderating influences — is lining up behind hard-right anti-statists. While few of the faithful truly think that the president is the Antichrist, millions of voters, like their Depression-era predecessors, fear that the time is short. The sentiment that Mr. Obama is preparing the United States, as Roosevelt did, for the Antichrist’s global coalition is likely to grow.

Barring the rapture, Mrs. Bachmann or Mr. Perry could well ride the apocalyptic anti-statism of conservative Christians into the Oval Office. Indeed, the tribulation may be upon us.
Well this is good to know, now that President Obama has been proclaimed the Antichrist. (Is that like anti-matter? Unseen, mysterious, and explosive?)


Steve Bates said...

"Is that like anti-matter? Unseen, mysterious, and explosive?"

Only in direct contact with Christ, err, I mean, with matter...

Time IS short, end-of-days notwithstanding: global climate change waits for no (wo)man.

ellroon said...

Well... we'll all go together when we go... :D!