Monday, April 28, 2008

Just because it chuckles me











I'm fiddling with the time of the earlier post so this won't bump the more important Mormon Coffee post.

But still.

11 comments:

DJP said...

You do have to have seen SW3.

Carlo said...

This is GREAT Dan, thanks!!!

Carlo said...

Actually, I take back my comment. This is an absolute insult to Master Windu. Master Windu was a cool guy and you're equating the character of Master Windu with Sen. Obama?

The Doulos said...

I'm with Carlo. There is a slight resemblance between Mace Windu and Obama. But Windu had character and integrity, and Barack has...umm...lots of money?

candyinsierras said...

Too funny!

Mr. Brown said...

Obama certainly has character and integrity, and I'll be voting for either O or C this Fall, God willing, but it "chuckles" me too!

DJP said...

I suppose so, if you count "bad" and "little or no," respectively.

But I'm glad to hear the humor of the gif is transcendent.

Mr. Brown said...

Dan: Just curious: You have an hour alone with Obama. He says he's a Christian but you know he's a man with bad character and little or no integrity. How do you spend that hour?

DJP said...

What a wonderful question, Mr. B, I say seriously and without a grain of snark. I can answer right off.

I believe I would talk about Jesus Christ: who He is, why we need Him, what it means to be His, and what He calls us to.

I think that would give the categories for everything that would need to be said, in right priority.

Mr. Brown said...

Dan: I'm glad you liked it! And I like your answer. I think you guys would have a very interesting discussion.

You might find this speech of interest: http://www.crossleft.org/?q=node/2785. (I don't know the first thing about the website where it appears but the words were written and spoken by Obama.)

I'm glad a politician who has a good chance of being the next President is thinking about these issues and willing to say something about it, even if it's politically damaging. And I'm glad he's not willing to go along with McCain and Clinton on this gas tax holiday, another politically difficult choice that speaks to his integrity.

I know the chasm between us is too deep and wide to really discuss this, but I'd invite you to read the article nevertheless.

Cheers.

Solameanie said...

That's probably the most hysterical thing I've seen in weeks. LOL!