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RUSH: I think we’re going to have to amend the US Constitution. The Constitution doesn’t actually say there’s ‘a separation of church and state,’ but it’s been now assumed that it does, but we may actually need to amend the Constitution to establish a separation of God and President Obama.

OBAMA: There’s been a lot of misinformation in this debate, and there are some folks out there who are, frankly, bearing false witness. These are all fabrications that have been put out there in order to discourage people from meeting what I consider to be a — a core ethical and moral obligation, and that is that we look out for one another, that ‘I am my brother’s keeper’ and my — my sister’s keeper, and in the wealthiest nation on earth right now, uh, we are neglecting, uh, to live up to that call.

RUSH: Bearing false witness? I am convinced this guy heard every word Reverend Wright said. Bearing false witness? Folks are out there bearing false witness, lying about his plan? And here comes this business, ‘I am my brother’s keeper.’ I have always thought that this ‘I am my brother’s keeper’ business has been misunderstood because the question was, ‘Am I my brother’s keeper?’ and it’s like, ‘Who am I? What am I supposed to do? This my job?’ I thought that’s how the question was asked in the biblical sense. And Obama says he’s his brother’s keeper? My God, his brother still lives in a hut. His half-brother, George Hussein Onyango Obango, whatever, lives in a six-by-nine-foot-square hut, dirt floor — and here’s Obama out talking about, ‘I am my brother’s keeper. We all our brother’s and sister’s keeper.’

It’s a line he used frequently during the campaign. And then something that I think ought to be banner headlined all over the place. He was talking to some rabbis and he said, ‘We are God’s partners in matters of life and death.’ I mean, that’s audacious even for a guy who’s written two autobiographies by age 48 after having not much more than a five-minute career. We are God’s partners in matters of life and death? That’s how he’s going to validate abortion: ‘We are God’s partners in matters of life and death.’ This is exactly what we feared, my friends, that government’s going to impose itself on every aspect of our lives including matters of life and death and we’re going to do it on the basis that Obama is God’s partner!

That’s why we need separation of God and Obama written into the Constitution. Is there any doubt that Obamacare will sooner or later fund abortions? There is no doubt. Is there any doubt that Obamacare sooner or later will have death panels? Whatever you call them, there’s going to be a panel that’s going to decide who gets health care and who doesn’t and how much is going to be spent. So here we have Barack Obama has just made his case in the debate on how he intends to handle health care in the US. If we give him the chance, he’s going to play God. He’s going to be God’s partner. This messianic complex may not be a joke. I don’t think. I mean, you know, in God we trust. Now Obama wants in on the action, but problem is we don’t trust him. Ten simple words crystallized many people’s fears. Ten simple words validate many people’s fears. Ten simple words have removed any thought of trusting this small, mortal man who carries with him a big God complex.

‘We are God’s partners in matters of life and death.’ Shazam!

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