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Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Franklin Graham

the son of an anti-semite, Billy Graham, questions President Obama's religion, and doesn't really believe he's a real Christian?:

“I think you have to ask President Obama,” Graham said when asked on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” whether the president is a Christian. “He has said he’s a Christian, so I just have to assume that he is.” --Franklin Graham

Franklin Graham isn't worthy to clean Mr. Obama's shoes. 

"Graham said there was “no question” that Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum is a man of faith, he doesn’t know whether the president is a Christian.

The reverend also declined to say whether he thought Mitt Romney’s Mormon faith qualified him as a Christian. “He’s a Mormon,” he said. “Most Christians would not recognize Mormonism as part of the Christian faith.”

Franklin Graham is a political hack with a meaningless "Reverend" stuck onto his name.  He is a mockery of all things that Christians supposedly hold dear.

Franklin Graham on thrice married and serial adulterer Newt Gingrich:

Regarding GOP candidate Newt Gingrich, he commented, "I think Newt is a Christian."

Because nothing says "Christian Values" like a man who shagged a series of women while married.  This is true Christianity in Grahma's eyes, but he's not sure of President Obama, who has a flawless marital record and has been true to his faith?

Furthermore, Franklin Graham is an ignorant jackass where the Constitution is concerned:

"The Senators and Representatives before mentioned, and the Members of the several State Legislatures, and all executive and judicial Officers, both of the United States and of the several States, shall be bound by Oath or Affirmation, to support this Constitution; but no religious test shall ever be required as a qualification to any office or public trust under the United States."

But what should we expect from the spawn of an anti-semite?

Franklin Graham, an embarrassment to people who believe, but what we nonbelievers already understand about religious political hacks and hypocrites.

From Talking Points Memo:

"I cannot categorically say that there is much evidence of Jesus' teachings in Franklin Graham's life. However, I CAN say categorically that Graham has done pretty well for himself out of purporting to be a Christian.

According to the IRS Form 990 for his Samaritan's Purse, Rev. Graham took in $409,851 in W2 income and $151,166 in other compensation.

But that's for a 40-hour week. (In comparison, even though he may or may not be a Moslem, the president earns a $400,000 annual salary, along with a $50,000 annual expense account, a $100,000 nontaxable travel account and $19,000 for entertainment, and we ALL know that Franklin Graham and the banksters contribute a lot more to the world's welfare than does the President of the United States.)

Franklin Graham got another $11K from the Billy Graham Evangelical Association, also for a 40-hour week.

(His dad got only $101,849 in W2 income and $125,071 in other compensation from his association, although WF Graham IV got $100K.)"

And this:

"This man is the furthest thing from Christianity in Christian clothes I have seen. What a slime. Of course, Kenyans feel an affinity for the President, just like the Irish in Ireland felt an affinity for JFK. He favors Islamists in the Middle East. The reality is that the Arab world is predominantly of the Islam faith. There wouldn't be any Christians there had it not been for missionaries like those in Graham's church who were bound and determined to convert those they feel are heathens. It is disgtusting and he is a good example of why religion should stay in the home and in church and stay the hell out of the public square."


"The only actual claim that Franklin Graham makes is wrong. Barack Obama Sr was raised as a Muslim but had become an atheist by the time he met Ann Dunham. In any event he had abandoned his child by the time his son was two so he had no effect on his religious upbringing. The rest of Graham's assertions are innuendos couched that with language admitting he doesn't have any evidence. So why say it, Franklin, except to rile up the gullible?"

From the NYTimes comments, 2/22/12:

"If Franklin Graham and his sister were transplanted back during the days of the Spanish Inquisition does anyone doubt they would have not only participated, but fueled the fire? What hateful and divisive people.

Rick Santorum and the Graham fanatics make me embarrassed to be an American; It makes me wonder how we could set any example in the world when we have such militant religious crusaders doing the very same thing that motivates other fanatics to commit heinous acts of terror around the world in the "name of God".

If we can't stomp out such fanaticism in our own electoral process, how are we going to have the ability, and the credibility, to do it anywhere else in the world?"


The idiot, Franklin Graham, believed Donald Trump would make a great GOP presidential candidate:

"WASHINGTON — The Rev. Franklin Graham, whose father advised several U.S. presidents, says in an interview to be broadcast Sunday that he may back Donald Trump for president if the real estate tycoon decides to make a bid for the White House in 2012.
Graham also told ABC television that he doubted Franklin Graham, Donald Trump, 2012 Presidential Electionformer Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin would join the field of candidates aiming to unseat President Barack Obama.
Asked whether Trump might be his preferred candidate, Graham told ABC's "This Week" program: "Sure, yes."

"When I first saw that he was getting in, I thought, 'Well, this has got to be a joke,'" ABC quoted Graham as saying. "But the more you listen to him, the more you say to yourself, you know, maybe this guy's right."
Read more on Franklin Graham: Trump May Be My Candidate "

Do we need any more proof of Franklin Graham's gross stupidity?


BB-Idaho said...

Consider the source.
Franklin Graham-"In 1971, he attended LeTourneau College in Longview, Texas, and was expelled from the school for keeping a female classmate locked in his closet." (wiki)

Shaw Kenawe said...


Wow! Didn't know that.

But I did know that F. Graham said Donald Trump would be a great presidential candidate.

Apparently Franklin has the brains of a sack of cheese kurds.

Infidel753 said...

He favors Islamists in the Middle East. The reality is that the Arab world is predominantly of the Islam faith. There wouldn't be any Christians there had it not been for missionaries like those in Graham's church who were bound and determined to convert those they feel are heathens.

I lost track of which quote came from where, but this part is bewildering. The reason there are Christians in the Middle East is that that region is where Christianity originally came from; the present-day Christians there are the descendants of the minority which didn't convert to Islam after the Muslim conquests. Western missionaries have nothing to do with it.

Also, the term "Islamists" (Islamic theocrats) is not synonymous with Muslims (all believers in Islam), just as not all Christians are Christian theocrats. It is, of course, not true that the Arab spring is an Islamist phenomenon, nor that Obama is supporting Islamists.

billy pilgrim said...

i'm getting really, really, really, really, really sick of these insecure loud mouthed christians. the job is to run the country not recruit people into their cult.

(i don't think jesus christ himself could get these word verification deals on the first try)

S.W. Anderson said...

I think Franklin must've fallen out of bed one too many times when he was a kid.

Dave Miller said...

Billy, you've got that right... it's one reason I am behind on my commenting... I can't get the darn things to work on my mobile phone...

Truth 101 said...

Frank's audience is people like the shitheaded woman at a McCain rally who said Obama is a Muslim.

Man's gotta make a living and being a hate mongering, lying charlatan has done well for him. Plus being Billy Grahams boy.

I'll bet he's against estate taxes too.

Leslie Parsley said...

When church leaders wonder why their flocks are dwindling, all they need do is look to people like Frank and Santorum.