In the Illinois senator's world, words have no fixed meaning, and truth is often just a matter of perspective.
By Jonah Goldberg
Asked to define sin, Barack Obama replied that sin is "being out of alignment with my values." Statements such as this have caused many people to wonder whether Obama has a God complex or is hopelessly arrogant. For the record, sin isn't being out of alignment with your own values (if it were, Hannibal Lecter wouldn't be a sinner because his values hold that it's OK to eat people) nor is it being out of alignment with Obama's — unless he really is our Savior.
There is, however, a third possibility. Obama is a postmodernist.