I’ve come to the conclusion that President Obama is just simply not a fan of Christianity or, more directly, Christians.
“But wait,” one might say. “Obama said he is a Christian! He spent 20 years at Trinity United Church of Christ in Chicago.” Anyone who thinks Jeremiah White represents the viewpoint of the typical Christian, though, is hopelessly deluded.
Rev. Wright was a mentor for Obama, reinforcing the radical, racist viewpoints of those in his past. Conservatives have documented many of Wright’s anti-American opinions in his own words from the pulpit. Until attending the church, Islam had been the religion with the most influence on young Barack’s life, though the aspiring politician obviously knew joining a major Chicago church would be good for his image.
Even without knowing anything of his past, though, Obama’s actions speak volumes. He conspicuously snubbed Easter and Good Friday in the same year, issuing an official statement for neither. He did issue one message on Good Friday, though; it was in celebration of Earth Day, which coincided with the Christian holy day.
I guess it makes sense that a radical Marxist would condone worship of the Earth over its Creator. Unfortunately, he does seem to have a religious preference, which is evident through his regular official statements on Muslim holidays.
In a recent commemoration of Ramadan, Obama extended his family’s “warmest wishes to Muslim Americans and Muslims around the world,” ending his statement by saying he “look[s] forward to again hosting an iftar dinner here at the White House. Ramadan Kareem.”
His words and actions depict someone with a great respect for Islam — and contempt for Christians. Followers of Jesus display “intolerance, narrow-mindedness, and false nostalgia,” a 1995 article quoted Obama as saying. Islam, meanwhile, is a “great religion” with a “commitment to justice and progress.” Yes, quite the commitment, Barack. Islam embraces justice, such as stoning rape victims, and progress, by living as though the last millennium never happened.
We are “no longer a Christian nation,” he infamously said. Ever since, he’s done his best to prove it.
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