It's nice to see that Barack Obama's supporters have reasonable expectations, rooted in a firm grasp of his personal and political background; as evidenced by the devotional artwork above and the images found here: Reach Out and Touch Faith
Note: I'm pretty sure NRO got their title idea from this song: Depeche Mode - "Personal Jesus"
More evidence of the disturbing religious fervor many of Obama's supporters have for him, despite (or perhaps, because of) his consistent pro-abortion record, can be seen in these videos produced by will.i.am of Black Eyed Peas: "Yes We Can" and "We Are The Ones"
This video parodies the fantasies of Obama supporters: Video: “Obamatopia” [Warning: The Lord's name is taken in vain once, but it's done to illustrate how Obama's supporters view him.]
As I've said before, the Obama's followers have a view of him that is essentially consistent with the song below, which should be his campaign theme song:
Obama's supporters don't care that he doesn't have the experience necessary to be President of the United States. They don't care that he's never been elected to an executive office (like state governor). They don't care that Obama has been connected, for over 20 years, to a church that promotes racism, or that he's friends with murdering terrorists. They don't care that his wife constantly complains about America. They don't care that Obama has been endorsed by Hamas. They don't care that Obama doesn't respect the religious beliefs of Christians who don't share his views.
To quote Rush Limbaugh: "Obama has become, to a lot of people, an idea of what they want him to be. So they project their perceptions onto him, and that's exactly what he wants." (From: Obama is Damaged Goods, but Radical Hillary Can't Close the Deal)
Barack Obama, ladies and gentlemen, is a blank canvas upon which anybody can project their fantasies, or their desires. You look at Democrats in the audience, and they're swooning. He's saying nothing. He's saying nothing better than anybody in my lifetime ever has. The reason he says nothing so well is because everybody thinks that he's saying what they want. So they're able to project onto Obama their fantasies. If they believe in allowing somebody to marry a dog, they think Obama will support it. Therefore, I would like today to announce a tentative decision, I'm stilling thinking about it, to endorse Barack Obama, since everybody is asking who am I going to endorse, and here's why. Barack Obama is pro-life. Barack Obama is a Constitutionalist. Barack Obama believes in limited government. Barack Obama is in favor of health care savings plans. Barack Obama loves free markets and wants to protect them. Barack Obama is strong on national defense. Barack Obama is a tax cutter extraordinaire. Barack Obama makes my leg tingle when I hear him speak. Barack Obama will end the designated hitter rule. Barack Obama will establish a college football playoff once and for all so we will genuinely have a champion. Barack Obama will get to the bottom of Spygate. Barack Obama will offer free beer Fridays. Whatever you want Obama to be, folks, he's a blank slate, he's an empty canvas, and this is the nature of his appeal. Whatever people fantasize about, whatever they want, they are confident Obama supports it, too.(From: Rush Endorses Obama Because He Is Anything You Want Him to Be)
RUSH: Hey, folks, you want to tweak the Drive-By Media with me right now? Want to participate in tweaking the Drive-By Media? You are aware, probably, that Barack Obama lost his bearings recently and said that he was going to campaign in all 57 states. You heard this? And everybody chalked it up to, "Well, he's tired." You know, this is a Dan Quayle moment. I mean, Dan Quayle goes out there and misspells potato, and we still get jokes about it. Barack Obama says he's gonna go out and campaign in 57 states, he was just tired, you know, it's been such a long campaign, he's been so many places, he probably thinks there are 57 states. Well, I have here a printout from a website called the International Humanist and Ethical Union. And here is how the second paragraph of an article on that website begins. "Every year from 1999 to 2005 the organization of the Islamic conference representing the 57 Islamic states presented a resolution to the United Nations commission on human rights called combating --" yes, H.R., get ready for the phone calls up there.
We're participating here in a tweak of the media. Obama said he's going to campaign in 57 states, and it turns out that there are 57 Islamic states. There are 57 Islamic states. "Every year from 1999 to 2005, the organization of the Islamic conference representing the 57 Islamic states," this is from the International Humanist and Ethical Union. And the title of the piece here is, "How the Islamic states dominate the UN human rights council," and there are 57 of them. So did Obama just lose his bearings, or was this a more telling slip, ladies and gentlemen? Obama's 57 states, not just a simple gaffe. He might have been thinking of the 57 Islamic states when he said he was going to campaign in all 57 states. (laughing) Can't wait 'til the Drive-Bys hear about this.
Rush Limbaugh: Separating Obama's Followers from the Movement Won't Be Easy