Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Barack obama on the cross

  • President Obama Depicted as Christ on the Cross in a Boston College Gallery

    A painting depicting President Obama as Jesus Christ on a cross is on display at a Community College Art Gallery in Boston, as part of a larger exhibit called "Artists on the Stump - the Road to the White House 2012.


  • Hurricane Sandy: Obama Visits Red Cross, Warns 'This Storm Is Not Yet Over'

    WASHINGTON -- A day after Hurricane Sandy decimated parts of the East Coast, President Barack Obama made a surprise visit to the Red Cross and delivered a message to the public: "This storm is not yet over." Obama said Tuesday that while Sandy may ...


  • Red Cross Backlash Builds

    The American Red Cross "knows what it's doing," President Barack Obama said when he visited the agency the day after Hurricane Sandy devastated New Jersey and New York—and during the final week of the presidential campaign—as he called on ...


  • Mexico's president-elect to meet with Obama, other US leaders

    WASHINGTON - Mexican President-elect Enrique Peña Nieto will meet Tuesday with United States leaders on a wide range of cross-border issues that include expanding trade between the two countries to stemming drug cartel violence that has strained ...


  • Barack Obama's open mockery of the Sign of the Cross

    It was an open mockery of the Christian prayer that is accompanied by the immortal words used by peasants and kings over the centuries: "In the name of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit".


  • Political Wisdom: Campaigning Resumes

    Associated Press: President Barack Obama, accompanied by American Red Cross President and CEO Gail J. McGovern, speaks during a visit to the Disaster Operation Center of the Red Cross National Headquarter to discuss superstorm Sandy, Tuesday, ...


  • Obama tweets as Red Cross volunteer

    President Obama hopped on the Red Cross Twitter account Tuesday to thank another user for urging donations to disaster relief services.


  • Barack Obama Asks For Red Cross Donations: 'The Storm Is Not Yet Over'

    Here's something both Barack Obama and Mitt Romney can agree on. Hurricane Sandy has devastated parts of the East Coast and the Red Cross needs all the donations it can get for disaster relief! The politicians are calling on every American to help ...


  • Second term for President Obama

    President Barack Obama got four more years in the White House, and U.S. Reps. Hank Johnson and John Lewis and other DeKalb Democrats sailed to easy victory on Nov. 6 in a state that went overwhelmingly for Republican presidential challenger Mitt ...


  • Myanmar relaxes stance on Red Cross, UN human rights office

    YANGON - Myanmar's reformist government on the eve of a historic visit on Monday by United States President Barack Obama, has said it plans to allow the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) to resume prison visits in the country. And it also ...


  • THE RACE: Obama hums a GOP tune: US exceptionalism

    Locked in a razor-thin battle for re-election, President Barack Obama is adapting a classic Republican tune: American exceptionalism.


  • Endorsement letters: Why would you endorse Barack Obama?

    Obama Superstorm.JPG AP FILE PHOTOPresident Barack Obama, accompanied by American Red Cross President and CEO Gail J. McGovern, gestures while speaking during the his visit to the Disaster Operation Center of the Red Cross National ...


  • Cross party lines, work together for a common goal

    The lack of a unifying message from Republicans made it relatively easy and effective for President Obama's campaign team to define him by attacking Romney's success in business and portraying him as out of touch with the majority of Americans.


  • Cross: Louisiana as red as it can get?

    But considering that only 3,847 more Republican votes were cast for Mitt Romney than were cast for John McCain in 2008 and President Barack Obama got 15,452 more votes than he did four years ago, Cross asks, "Are we at the apogee of Republican ...


  • President Obama re-elected; Johnson, Lewis, charter schools amendment sail to ...

    by Jennifer Ffrench Parker Cross Roads News. 13 hrs ago | 360 views ... email to a friend | print. DeKalb Democrats cheer wildly at the Courtyard by Marriott in downtown Decatur as major networks announce that President Barack Obama has won re-election.


  • Paths to victory cross in Iowa

    Paths to victory cross in Iowa President Barack Obama speaks about the federal government's response to Superstorm Sandy at the headquarters of the Red Cross in Washington on Tuesday, October 30. Paths to victory cross in Iowa Republican presidential ...


  • Obama Puts Onus on Turkey, Egypt to Get Hamas to Halt Cross-Border Fire

    President Barack Obama said yesterday it would be "preferable" to avoid an Israeli ground invasion of Gaza but put the onus on Egypt and Turkey to get Hamas to halt cross-border rocket fire, saying Israel had a right to defend itself from attack. Obama ...


  • Veterans to resurrect cross at Calif. desert site

    A war memorial cross that once stood on a rocky hilltop in a national park before being deemed unconstitutional and ordered removed was resurrected on Veterans Day at the stunningly stark Mojave desert site, capping a landmark case for veterans ...


  • Obama victory means health care reform moves forward, execs say

    Andy Hetzel, vice president of corporate communications with Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan, said Obama's re-election provides the health care industry with certainty going forward with internal program changes. "Blue Cross will continue to let ...


  • Controversial Obama Painting to be Showcased

    To mark President Barack Obama's 100th day in office, artist Michael D'Antuono decided to launch his latest painting, The Truth, that shows the president posed as Jesus Christ on the cross. The painting was to be unveiled in Union Square Park, New York ...


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