Does the Chipotle Photo Capture the Tone of Obama’s Presidency?

June 25, 2014 at 7:35 AM

Telegraphing a presidency?

Telegraphing a presidency?

I’m sure that many (especially those on the left) will complain that people are making too much of a big deal about the image of President Obama reaching over the sneeze guard at Chipotle with his hand nearly in the food. I realize that numerous photos were taken of the event, but this particular one stands out as being supremely meaningful in a number of ways.

While most of the other photos capture the president pontificating to the peons who were chosen to eat with him – you know, the average folks who make nowhere near what he makes – this one image of the president reaching over the sneeze guard as if it is not there is absolutely perfect in its non-captioned elegance.

Like so many things that President Obama does, he regularly moves across legal boundaries as president, doing exactly what he wants to do. He ignores Congress at will, he ignores the will of the people, and he certainly has no difficulty in ignoring the dictates of the U.S. Constitution.

Mitt Romney, Rob PortmanLike the sneeze guard in place at Chipotle, being held back by it is something that does not apply to Mr. Obama, but even Mitt Romney understood the reason for the barrier as shown in the photo. Notice how Romney was away from the food area when he was pointing to the food. Note also in other photos that he stood clearly back behind the sneeze guard.

The truth of the matter is that this photo of President Obama can be taken as a subtle way of telling America and the world that this is a person who finds no need to obey the laws that are in place for the common person. He is above those laws and as such, who is going to tell him that he should not be reaching over the sneeze guard? Would the manager of the Chipotle do it? Of course not. Would the workers behind the counter do it? Again, no. Would someone from a federal agency inform Mr. Obama that what he is doing is something that could contaminate the food? Nope.

Mitt Romney, Rob PortmanI would be willing to bet that there is no one who would be willing to step up and tell President Obama what he surely already knows. Let them try and there will be hell to pay. Why is that? It is because the particular mark of this man – President Obama – is the mark of a man who answers to no one; no one that is, except the global elite and they certainly don’t care that he has broken the laws of health and propriety by reaching over the sneeze guard.

There is something wrong with leaders who believe that laws do not apply to them. It stems from a truly narcissistic attitude of self-love. They believe they are so important that there is no way they need to be concerned with regular laws that govern the rest of us.

I think the Chipotle picture sums up the presidency of Mr. Obama. He does what he wants, when he wants, and laws simply do not matter. Jesus said, “He who is faithful in a very little thing is faithful also in much; and he who is unrighteous in a very little thing is unrighteous also in much,” (Luke 16:10).

It is clear that for President Obama, he is not even faithful in the little things, yet he has the most important job in the United States. If he’s not faithful in being the leader who also models obedience to the law, then it’s not a stretch to assume that, in spite of how often he may attempt to counter claims to the contrary, he is also unfaithful in obeying the law in the bigger things.

Like the Pharisees of Jesus’ day, it’s clearly a “do as I say and not as I do” scenario. It is perfectly captured in a photo of a man who flaunts the law in every possible way.

Entry filed under: Barack Hussein Obama, Barry Sotero, Dr. Fred, Global Elite, Religious - Christian - Theology, Romney, Shadow Government. Tags: , .

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