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(Fox News)   Old and busted: Jesus Christ's face on a grilled cheese sandwich. New hotness: Barack Obama's face on a statue of Jesus Christ (news video)   ( divider line
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695 clicks; posted to Politics » on 02 Apr 2007 at 3:19 AM (16 years ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook

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2007-04-02 2:01:15 AM  
He sorta looks like the Like a Prayer video.
2007-04-02 2:14:15 AM  
again with the chocolate jesus...
2007-04-02 2:25:21 AM  
We go play Halo?
2007-04-02 3:27:05 AM  
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2007-04-02 3:34:13 AM  
Watched it with the sound off just to see the statue. Crude stuff, really.
2007-04-02 3:43:47 AM  
Wareq: Crude stuff, really.

I don't have any speakers on this computer.

What's the deal?

Is it some kind of cynical statement that Obama is somehow a "savior" for America?
2007-04-02 3:56:53 AM  
Maybe if they make fun of this guy enough he'll be to much of a caricature to vote for. There's so many forms mud slinging can take, all very effective for the sparrows.
2007-04-02 4:26:36 AM  
i thought we already went over chocolate jesus yesterday?
2007-04-02 6:09:40 AM  
Hillary as the Virgin Mary could be, well, hilarious.
2007-04-02 9:50:43 AM  
whidbey: Is it some kind of cynical statement that Obama is somehow a "savior" for America?

Well, certainly a comment about all the hype about him.
2007-04-02 12:34:50 PM  
That art sucks. Have no art skills?? Make something with jesus in it.
2007-04-02 10:21:33 PM  
Whidbey: RockIsDead got the commentary part, but I was thinking more like what DNA Prototype said: just really shiatty artwork, even for a wood carving.
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