Could NASCAR legend’s powerful, BLUNT message have triggered Obama’s angry anti-Christian rant?

It’s likely that in his lifetime President Obama has been instructed – in one way or another – about going to hell.

Particularly from Conservatives.

Also likely that  NASCAR Hall of Fame legend Darrell Waltrip’s keynote speech at the National Prayer Breakfast Thursday probably didn’t cause the president’s meltdown heard round the world.

But Waltrip did deliver a powerful message far more in line with the thoughts of Americans than that of Obama, who stood mere feet away.

“If you don’t know Jesus Christ as your lord and savior, you are going to hell,” he said.

Waltrip was the Keynote speaker at the event where he told the attendees how growing in Christian faith changed his life.

He said that he did everything to satisfy himself and often told his wife he did have time for “this church stuff.”

That was until one fateful day on the race track when he crashed and came face to face with death.

“That wreck knocked me conscience. It scared the hell out of me. I mean that literally. I realized, what if I had lost my life that day at Daytona? Would I have go to heaven or would I have gone to hell? I thought I was a good guy, but folks, let me tell you something: good guys go to hell,” he told the crowd.

“If you don’t know Jesus Christ as your lord and savior, if you don’t have a relationship, if he’s not the master of your life, if you’ve never gotten on your knees and asked him to forgive you of your sins, or if you are just a pretty good guy or a pretty good gal, you’re going to go to hell,” Waltrip added.

He even took a shot at the president being more careful about who he invites since Dr. Ben Carson gave a speech critical of Obama at the 2013 breakfast.

“I thought about it Mr. President, and I got it: I’m not a brain surgeon and I’m not running for office, so I’m the perfect guy to be here,” he said jokingly.

A far cry from the speech Obama gave moments later equating the Christian Crusades of nearly 1,000 years ago to islamic terrorism today.

Maybe Waltrip hit a nerve.

Carmine Sabia

Carmine Sabia

Carmine Sabia Jr started his own professional wrestling business at age 18 and went on to become a real estate investor. Currently he is a pundit who covers political news and current events.
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243 thoughts on “Could NASCAR legend’s powerful, BLUNT message have triggered Obama’s angry anti-Christian rant?

  1. AFCrewChief says:

    Obama = the DEVIL

  2. Gringo Bandit says:

    President Pookie…Muslin derriere licker.

  3. GinnyLee says:

    I love a good testimony! This was a great one! And, I noticed that Michell gave him a long hug.

    Obama may have stolen the “high horse” idea from Darrell – odd, that he should come up with the same idiom, at the same event. But, it only amplified the huge difference in the two messages. One was positive and encouraging, and the other [Obama’s] was negative and degrading.

    Our God is a God of the future. He is never stagnant, and always in motion – moving forward. He does not dwell on the past. I think that is one reason why Darrell was uncomfortable in reiterating his past.

  4. Ed Brown says:

    DW … I agree. .- Obama … enjoy the cool climate while it lasts.

  5. sneakdeac says:

    Obama is an idiot. Thank you Darrell for telling it like it is.

  6. Gyst53 says:

    The message the President gave at the National Prayer Breakfast did not fall on deaf ears.
    We know who he is, what he believes and who he represents…
    “A nation can survive its fools, and even the ambitious.
    But it cannot survive treason from within. An enemy at the gates is less formidable, for he is known
    and carries his banner openly. But the traitor moves amongst those within the
    gate freely, his sly whispers rustling through all the alleys, heard in the
    very halls of government itself. For the traitor appears not a traitor; he
    speaks in accents familiar to his victims, and he wears their face and their
    arguments, he appeals to the baseness that lies deep in the hearts of all men.

    He rots the soul of a nation, he works secretly and unknown in the night to undermine
    the pillars of the city, he infects the body politic so that it can no longer
    resist. A murderer is less to fear. The traitor is the plague.”

    Quote by:Marcus Tullius Cicero (106-43 B.C.) Roman Statesman, Philosopher and
    Orator – Source: Attributed. 58 BC, Speech in the Roman Senate

    1. Brian Robinson says:

      Notice how more often then not lately we can look back to Rome and see exactly what is happening now?

      1. Gyst53 says:

        Scary, isn’t it…..

  7. boballende says:

    Ha! Jesus and god are nothing more than myths and fairy tales.

    You are better off reading books on natural sciences … biology, chemistry, mathematics, physics, and books on history, psychology, and philosophy.

    Start off with non-science books like:

    The Antichrist – Frederick Nietzsche (Free on the Internet)
    About the Holy Bible – Robert Green Ingersoll (Free on the Internet)
    Voltaire, The Incomparable Infidel – Joseph Lewis (Free on the Internet)
    A Short History of Nearly Everything – Bill Bryson
    The Profits of Religion – Upton Sinclair (Free on the Internet)

    If after you gain some understanding on the real world and still want to believe in god, go for it.

    “This little girl is of an age to believe whatever you tell her. If you tell her about witches changing princes into frogs she will believe you. If you tell her that bad children roast forever in hell she will have nightmares. I have just discovered that without her father’s consent this sweet, trusting, gullible six-year-old is being sent, for weekly instruction, to a Roman Catholic nun. What chance has she?

    A human child is shaped by evolution to soak up the culture of her people. Most obviously, she learns the essentials of their language in a matter of months. A large dictionary of words to speak, an encyclopedia of information to speak about, complicated syntactic and semantic rules to order the speaking, are all transferred from older brains into hers well before she reaches half her adult size. When you are pre-programmed to absorb useful information at a high rate, it is hard to shut out pernicious or damaging information at the same time. With so many mindbytes to be downloaded, so many mental codons to be replicated, it is no wonder that child brains are gullible, open to almost any suggestion, vulnerable to subversion, easy prey to Moonies, Scientologists and nuns. Like immune-deficient patients, children are wide open to mental infections that adults might brush off without effort.”

    ~ Richard Dawkins, Viruses of the Mind

    “There are many millions of people who believe the Bible to be the inspired word of God — millions who think that this book is staff and guide, counselor and consoler; that it fills the present with peace and the future with hope — millions who believe that it is the fountain of law, Justice and mercy, and that to its wise and benign teachings the world is indebted for its liberty, wealth and civilization — millions who imagine that this book is a revelation from the wisdom and love of God to the brain and heart of man — millions who regard this book as a torch that conquers the darkness of death, and pours its radiance on another world — a world without a tear.

    They forget its ignorance and savagery, its hatred of liberty, its religious persecution; they remember heaven, but they forget the dungeon of eternal pain. They forget that it imprisons the brain and corrupts the heart. They forget that it is the enemy of intellectual freedom. Liberty is my religion. Liberty of hand and brain — of thought and labor, liberty is a word hated by kings — loathed by popes. It is a word that shatters thrones and altars — that leaves the crowned without subjects, and the outstretched hand of superstition without alms. Liberty is the blossom and fruit of justice — the perfume of mercy. Liberty is the seed and soil, the air and light, the dew and rain of progress, love and joy.”

    ~ Robert Ingersoll, About The Holy Bible

    “We should not deck out and embellish Christianity: it has waged a war to the death against this higher type of man, it has put all the deepest instincts of this type under its ban, it has developed its concept of evil, of the Evil One himself, out of these instincts — the strong man as the typical reprobate, the “outcast among men.” Christianity has taken the part of all the weak, the low, the botched; it has made an ideal out of antagonism to all the self-preservative instincts of sound life; it has corrupted even the faculties of those natures that are intellectually most vigorous, by representing the highest intellectual values as sinful, as misleading, as full of temptation. The most lamentable example: the corruption of Pascal, who believed that his intellect had been destroyed by original sin, whereas it was actually destroyed by Christianity!

    Christianity is called the religion of pity. — Pity stands in opposition to all the tonic passions that augment the energy of the feeling of aliveness: it is a depressant. A man loses power when he pities.

    Mankind has ventured to call pity a virtue ( — in every superior moral system it appears as a weakness — ); going still further, it has been called the virtue, the source and foundation of all other virtues Nothing is more unhealthy, amid all our unhealthy modernism, than Christian pity.”

    ~ Frederick Nietzsche, The Antichrist

    “Whenever we read the obscene stories, the voluptuous debaucheries, the cruel and tortuous executions, the unrelenting vindictiveness, with which more than half the Bible is filled it would be more consistent that we call it the word of a demon than the word of God. It is a history of wickedness that has served to corrupt and brutalize.”

    ~ Thomas Paine, The Age of Reason

    “To attack the king was treason — to dispute the priest was blasphemy. The sword and cross were allies. They defended each other. The throne and altar were twins — vultures from the same egg.

    These robbers and beggars controlled two worlds. The king made laws, the priest made creeds. With bowed backs the people received the burdens of the one, and with wonder’s open mouth the dogmas of the other. If any aspired to be free they were crushed by the king, and every priest was a Herod who slaughtered the children of the brain. The king ruled by force, the priest by fear, and both by both.

    The king said to the people: “God made you peasants, and he made me king. He made rags and hovels for you, robes and palaces for me. Such is the justice of God.” And the priest said: “God made you ignorant and vile. He made me holy and wise. If you do not obey me, God will punish you here and torment you hereafter. Such is the mercy of God.”

    ~ Robert Green Ingersoll, The Great Infidels

    “God is the immemorial refuge of the incompetent, the helpless, the miserable. They find not only sanctuary in His arms, but also a kind of superiority, soothing to their macerated egos; He will set them above their betters.”

    ~ H. L. Mencken

  8. John Bovenzi says:

    Anyone notice that the bleeped him out at 17:25 when he said “you’re going to go to hell”? I hope Ovomit choked while he was listening to Darrell speak!

  9. sharinite says:

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