Obama depicted as Christlike figure on CNN

These people never cease to amaze me.  CNN (see video) today/yesterday showed an image of Obama somehow superimposed over a promotional poster of the movie “The Passion of Christ.”

This little guy, Tyson Wheatley, of CNN’s “i-reports” is beside himself over it.  He says the “artist” who created this was inspired by said poster and that he wanted to create something that depicted “pressure, strength, and uncertainty” all in one place and the darn thing makes it look like he has a crown of thorns on his head.  He used passages from the “Bible, campaign speeches, and from Julius Caesar” to put that last little touch on it.

Lord.  Lord.  And we still have problems?  I’m sure he can turn water into wine and paper into money.  What more do we need?  Oh, but that’s right, he is going to turn paper into money.

CNN is actually outdoing MSNBC on the Obama worship, I do believe.

Posted:  01.08.09

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Filed under art, Barack Obama, Human Interest, Humor, Media, President Elect Barack Obama, Uncategorized

3 responses to “Obama depicted as Christlike figure on CNN

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  2. Ginger

    What’s Obama getting so burdened about? He should be able to solve all of our problems within a week or so! Why do we need national health care? Just bring them to Obama.. he’ll heal them, everyone.

    5 minutes of CNN per day is tops for me. These people have so much invested in Obama that it’s gonna be a long time before they’ll stop covering his rear-end with any objectivity.. but you know what…that day will come…chickens always come home to roost. How do I know? Rev. Wright told me so!

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  3. bellalu0

    Ginger, I have watch CNN and MSNBC some just to see how bad they are.

    The way things are going, when the chickens come home, the congress is going to provide them with chicken feed. I am hearing rumblings about bailing out the newspapers now. The NYT is in trouble and you know what? I wouldn’t be surprised if they did it.
    The world could easily do without the New York Times.

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