Friday, April 11, 2008

Obama Vs. Kim Clement

Barack Obama's run for president is over. AP reports:

Republican Sen. John McCain has erased Sen. Barack Obama's 10-point advantage in a head-to-head matchup, leaving him essentially tied with both Democratic candidates in an Associated Press-Ipsos national poll released Thursday.

The survey showed the extended Democratic primary campaign creating divisions among supporters of Obama and rival Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton and suggests a tight race for the presidency in November no matter which Democrat becomes the nominee.

The Associated Press is wrong, however. The real reason for McCain's rise isn't because he's benefiting from the conflicts between Obama and Clinton. The real reason is a prophecy by Kim Clement. He is claiming that Obama will become the next president:

God says, "There is a sway in the political arena; a change in your political world. Enough of this discussion about Jeremiah Wright." God said, "This makes no difference. It is a spirit that has endeavored to rock and sway the people and to divide them." God said, "I will sway it next week. Yes, I will, and because of Pennsylvania, I will raise up the man I want," says the Lord, "to rule and to reign and to declare victory in the Middle East."

We declare victory in the Middle East tonight. We declare victory in America tonight. For the Spirit of God says, "Hear, oh people of Zion. Those who have been afraid in Zion, those who have been afraid in this nation--fear not! For your news media has intimidated you, and therefore, it is My turn. Next week, I will arise. I will change everything."

"I'M TALKING ABOUT OBAMA"

For they have unfairly spoken against an African man, and I'm not talking about Jeremiah Wright; I'm talking about Obama. For God said, "Even though you may think this or that, there is an element of righteousness inside of him to reach out for Jesus. Therefore, I will sway it next week," says the Spirit of God, and I will cause My man, My power--to exalt in the White House what is necessary to declare victory. For this time, I shall rise up and I shall make known who I am in a way that I have never done it in this nation," says the Lord.
We all know that Kim Clement hasn't made an accurate prediction yet. Thus, Obama's run for president is effectively over!

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7 Comments:

At October 24, 2008 8:17 AM, Blogger Dianne Thomas said...

Not to burst your bubble or anything, but you have read this word incorrectly. KC never said BO would be President, only that he had a place in his heart that was soft toward God. Clearly if you read his other words McCain/Palin will win the White House. And to correct your assertions about his accuracy, I give him VERY high marks for objective accuracy.

 
At October 25, 2008 7:17 AM, Blogger Bob Hunter said...

If you'd give him VERY high marks for accuracy you must have thought VERY VERY highly of psychic Jeanne Dixon.

 
At November 05, 2008 7:49 AM, Blogger afrigeek said...

Well, Obama actually won so perhaps you need to chalk this up as his first accurate prophecy according to your measure.

 
At November 05, 2008 2:56 PM, Blogger Josh Stevens said...

ya im not in favor for obama but u gotta be eating your words now mr heresy hunter

 
At November 05, 2008 6:26 PM, Blogger Bob Hunter said...

Nonsense. He had a 50/50 shot. To say nothing of the fact that he's been wrong in every other prophecy.

 
At November 09, 2008 3:32 AM, Blogger Dad42 said...

Mr Bob Hunter or whatever your name is: Either you are decidely disingenious with your analysis or you are just foolishly ignorant. In April (while Hilary was still locked in the primaries battle with Obama) you claimed Kim was false because mccain was beating Obama in a head-to-head match up. That was a 30% chance then for kim not 50% as you now like to proclaim. After the elections, and mccain loses, you are too proud to admit that you may have been wrong. It is one thing to think Kim may not be a prophet, it is another thing to deny the truth when he is right. I think you are intellectually dishonest.

 
At November 10, 2008 4:17 PM, Blogger Bob Hunter said...

Actually, I find it interesting that everyone is grasping at this particular prophecy as some sort of evidence that Clement is a genuine prophet, when his failure record is well known. Personally, I'd rather focus my attention on Christ and Him crucified than on a fallible man who is nothing more than a "Christian" psychic.

 

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