Monday, April 25, 2011

Obama can’t help his Racist/Anti Christian campaign and views!

As most Americans and Christians celebrated the resurrection of our savior Jesus Christ, Obama did what?
Well, President Obama failed to release a statement or a proclamation recognizing the national observance of Easter Sunday, Christianity's most sacred holiday.
In comparison, the White House has released statements recognizing the observance of major Muslim holidays and released statements in 2010 on Ramadan, Eid-ul-Fitr, Hajj, and Eid-ul-Adha. So, where is his support? Looks to be with Islam and not Christianity!
The White House also failed to release a statement marking Good Friday. However, they did release an eight-paragraph statement heralding Earth Day. Likewise, the president's weekend address mentioned neither Good Friday or Easter. So, where is his mind set and support? Seems to be with anything other than the faith he professes to win voter support.
However, the First Family did attend an Easter Sunday worship service at a Baptist church and last week. We all know how long they attended the Reverend Wight’s church and only left it during Obamas political campaign after the spiritual leader used Gods name in vain several time while denouncing  America. Well, listen to the words from his new church below;

Is it interesting that while most churches speak about and preach the resurrection, Obama main man, speaks about Racism and attacks Fox news and talk radio instead?
Today,  first family will host 30,000 people for the annual White House Easter Egg Roll. The secular celebration of Easter includes readings, games, and a yoga garden. This year's theme, "Get Up and Go!" is part of the first lady’s anti-obesity campaign and will also display produce from the White House garden. So, it is ok to celebrate a rabbit and play games, they just don’t want any part a Christian remembrance or worship!
In 2010, Obama was criticized for releasing an all-inclusive Easter greeting. He reached out to Jews, Muslims, Hindus, and people of no faith at all in a statement about a holiday that is uniquely Christian.
"All of us (No, some of us Mr. Obama, only some of us) are striving to make a way in this world; to build a purposeful and fulfilling life in the fleeting time we have here," Obama said in his 2010 "Easter" message. "A dignified life. A healthy life. A life, true to its potential. And a life that serves other." (No mention of God or our savior) "These are aspirations that stretch back through the ages – aspirations at the heart of Judaism, at the heart of Christianity, at the heart of all the world’s great religions," the president added. So, is Obama a fool or just bowing to Islam again?
When the White House released statements about Muslim holidays, no attempts were made to include Christianity or to mention a spirit of inclusivity. For example, in his 2010 statement on Hajj and Eid-ul-Adha, Obama made no references to Christianity or any other religion. So, do you understand? Obama has no problem telling Christians that all religions are just dandy, but is very careful not to offend Muslims by saying that Christians have a religion just as good as Muslims…Disgusting or perhaps funny in a weird way if he was not so pathetic!
By contrast, former President Bush traditionally included Scripture passages in his Easter messages and made a point to explain what Easter is about. But Obama listens to a hate filled, racist speech instead and only comments on eggs and bunnies…
In 2007, President Bush said, “The resurrection of Jesus Christ is the most important event of the Christian faith.” “On this powerful day, let us join together and give thanks to the Almighty for the glory of His grace,” he added.
In his 2008 Easter message, President Bush said: “The Resurrection of Jesus Christ reminds people around the world of the presence of a faithful God who offers a love more powerful than death. Easter commemorates our Savior's triumph over sin, and we take joy in spending this special time with family and friends and reflecting on the many blessings that fill our lives. During this season of renewal, let us come together and give thanks to the Almighty who made us in His image and redeemed us in His love.”
So, how do you view the difference beliefs and convections of the two men?

And the media stood and applauded yesterday when President Obama and his family went to church for Easter to Shiloh Baptist Church in D.C. to hear that hate filled speech. They think this visit shows that Obama really is a man of faith. (and sheep will be mislead and devoured by wolves)
But while the media rushed to report on the first family’s attendance of the predominately black congregation (and the family’s outfits), what it failed to mention was the views held by the church’s pastor. And while those views are not delivered in the same fiery manner as Obama’s former pastor, Jeremiah Wright, they sound eerily familiar.
Remember what views are those? That the country is still racist, that racists get programs on Fox News, and that Rush Limbaugh is the new KKK.
Do you think, can you believe or except that Obama is an American Christian and will stand up and defend his faith in the light of persecution? I think not

No comments: