Is Barack Obama the Anti-King and Anti-Messiah?

Though the 45th anniversary of Dr. King’s “I Have a Dream” speech coincides with Barack Obama officially accepting the Presidential nomination from the Democratic Party Thursday night, some think that the Senator isn’t the next, great black hope for America nor the Messiah.

On Thursday, Christian Newswire forwarded a story from their news desk, stating that radio talk show host and social commentator Rev. Jesse Lee Petersen believed that Obama’s intentions to run for the White House is the continuation of left-wing politics — turning Dr. King’s dream into a nightmare.

According to him, if Obama is elected, here are some issues what his administration won’t do for the country:

  • 70% of black children are born out-of-wedlock — yet Obama will not do anything about this.
  • Obama was a member of a racist church for 20 years, and donated $20,000 to the anti-American Rev. Jeremiah Wright. Does this sound like a man who is judging people based on the content of their character?

    “Ninety percent of Black Americans support Sen. Obama” said Petersen. “Millions are caught up with his celebrity status, but we must take a step back and look at the real Barack Obama.

    “Barack Obama wants to be king, but clearly he’s no King. Obama’s ideas and policies are a nightmare for all Americans.”