Others observed the phenomena long before The Enemy ever noticed it, but after Obama's recent surge The Enemy thinks it worth mentioning again, if only because it is so very disquieting, creepy and downright funny.
"It's almost like the Messiah, you know?" said Young, a woman who said she originally backed Clinton but was drawn to Obama over the last year. "People really, really want change, and you feel it. You don't just hear it -- you feel something coming from him.
--Jan Young, 56, of Maple Grove
I asked a woman, “Who was that?” She’d been one of those who pushed herself up toward the SUV. She turned to me as if I were out of my mind, “It was HIM!” she yelled. “But,” I questioned, “how do you know? All the windows were darkened.” She replied, “I felt it.”
--An eye witness, Obama Rally, Feb 2008
"...This election, the feeling most people get when they hear Barack Obama's speech. My, I felt this thrill going up my leg. I mean, I don't have that too often. No, seriously. It's a dramatic event"
--Chris Mathews, MSNBC, Feb 12 2008
YIKES! You know something's going on when stuff shoots up Chris Mathews leg
(Lifting a little from the Shakesville Article here.) While some conservatives don't dismiss the idea of the Messiah running for President out of hand, they're quick to point out that He certainly wouldn't be running as a Democrat. Privately, however, many GOP insiders concede that if Barack Obama is in fact the Son of God returned for the salvation of all mankind, he'll be very difficult to beat in the Fall. If it turns out that Obama is indeed "The King of Kings", Republican strategists will be fervently praying that the Clintons are victorious in their wicked machinations, because, come November 4th, the only chance the GOP will have at keeping the White House is if they're running against the "Opposite Obama", the Anti-Christ, and even then it'll be an uphill battle.