Can anyone name just ONE U.S. President who wasn't labeled "the antichrist"? I've only been hearing this since the second Bush was in office. Yes, he did make some major mistakes. But to call him, or even Obama "the antichrist" is IMHO, an excuse to put the blame on the problems of this country on one man. Everyone is/was expecting the antichrist to either come out of the whitehouse, or come out of Europe. The problem with this is that they have been saying this for a long time now. I really wish that people, especially Christians, would stop in pointing out to the countries leaders as being the anti-Christ, or anyone in a position of power for that matter. The anti-Christ is a spirit that is totally against God, rejects God first-hand and outright. Therefore we need to stop looking at a President and realize that there are today many anti-Christs in operation throughout the world today. The President(s) (Obama, Bush, etc) have not even touched (afaik) on any teachings of the Bible at all. We tend to look at them and see them bowing down at a religious temple in China and think "Oh, the Christian USA President is worshipping Buddha (or whoever). It's like do we really know if he's worshipping, or doing so out of courtesy? One thing the US government hasn't done (again afaik) is approach any religion and say "You cannot do this or that." I mean, if that were the case, then many of the Islamic mosques throughout the USA would have been shut down already... If we are in church, listening to the Pastor preach against sin (any sin, it doesn't matter) and we go home after service, and indulge in that sin with no remorse at all, then the anti-Christ is us. Sorry to sound so rude and offensive, but just because two leaders in a row seem to be ruining our once prosperous nation doesn't mean that they are the anti-christ. It just means that we, as a once-Christian nation, need to really pray for our leaders as we are supposed to, and pray that God may have real mercy on us all! After all, it's not like God isn't looking as each and every one of our own hearts and deciding to either bless us with prosperity, or curse us with economic problems.