Last Thursday morning, at the National Prayer Breakfast, Barack Obama claimed that if his Lord Christ have been alive – he may have supported Obama’s plan to raise taxes on the 1% American fatcats.
“For me as a christian, it also coincides with Jesus teaching that ‘for onto whom much is given, much shall be required,” said Obama who is reported to be worth $7.3 million in 2010.
Hatch, who is a devout Zionist Christian (Mormon) slammed Obama by suggesting that Obama was “trying to assume the role of theologian in chief “ and said Obama ought to stick to public policy.
“Someone needs to remind the president that there was only one person who walked on water and he did not occupy the Oval Office,” remarked Hatch.
How sad; “that person” (prophet Moses) was neither a Jew nor the author of the Bible or the Book of Mormon which was written by an American named Joseph Smith Jr. in 1830 – claiming that Jesus is the Christ, the eternal God for both Jews and Gentile. The Old Testament (Torah) was written by rabbis fifteen centuries after the death of prophet Moses while Gospels were authored by people who never met Jesus – between 80-175 years after the so-called “crucification” of Jesus. The Jewish Talmud was written by anti-Christ rabbis over century after the crucification.
On May 24, 2011 – Senator Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) in a speech delivered to Israel Lobby (AIPAC) criticized President Barack Obama for asking the Zionist regime to revert to its pre-1967 boundaries in negotiations with Palestinians. Hatch said it will be against American policy if Israel withdraw to its pre-1967 borders awarded to European Jews by United Nations.
“Israel does not need to apologize to anyone for defending itself against those who would do her harm, and I will always stand by Israel as it seeks to protect its citizens against terrorists and their state sponsors. We all know both the 1949 and 1967 boundaries placed Israel in a precarious military situation. It is inconceivable to me that the President believes Israel will be more secure if the pre-1967 boundaries were restored,” Hatch assured his Jewish financiers.
Hatch loves to quote scriptures to prove his support for Jewish people, Israel and anti-gay and lesbian rights. In June 2009, Hatch was slammed by pro-gay groups for saying at Republican state convention that we should be proud that we don’t have gays and lesbians with us.
On December 9, 2009 – Jewish daily Forward reported that Sen. Hatch wears a mezuzah around his neck and writes songs for his Jewish constituents in Utah; who’re less than 2% of the population. Hatch is a great admirer of Islamophobe Glen Beck. On August 25, 2011 – Hatch attended a rally in support of Glenn Beck’s “Restoring Courage” even in Israel to show American Zionist Christian solidarity with the Zionist regime.
Senator Hatch has voted in favor of all House Resolutions sponsored by AIPAC against Syria, Palestine Authority, Iran, Pakistan, Libya and North Korea.