Tuesday, December 29, 2009

Find a Church Yet, Barack?

I mentioned this to my mother the other day as we were talking on the phone. I had told her that I believe BHO could very well be a closet muslim due to his actions on trips to the Middle East and the way he has pandered to the muslim jihadists at Gitmo. If ANYONE out there has iron-clad proof that he ISN'T muslim, I'd love to see it.

During the 2008 campaign for the job of POTUS, a lot was made of the fact that BHO and family sat in the pew at Jeremiah Wright's church and listened to his black separatist, anti-America views. Personally, I think that it was a legitimate issue. It spoke to character. If I had been sitting in a church that from day one preached such divisiveness, there wouldn't have been a day two let alone 20 years. But I digress...

When elected, the Obamas said that one of their first orders of business was going to be to find a church to attend. Many past presidents have attended church services over the years. Hell, Bill and Hill regularly attended services. What has been the big holdup in the Obamas finding a church? It isn't like there aren't any in Washington. Pick one!

One could very well look at a pattern that has emerged with this POSOTUS (Piece of S*** of the United States). He has spoken about how much he admires the muslim culture, bowed to muslim heads-of-state, and sympathized with those who wish death upon western civilization. Why? I know a lot of his family in Kenya are muslim, so maybe that's it. Or, he attended a madrassa in Indonesia as a child. Could that be where his uber-tolerance of muslims stems from? It is within the realm of possibility.

I would also like to point out the scrubbing of Jesus from the White House on Christmas. Traditionally, a nativity scene was placed in the East Room of the White House. This year, the Obamas said, "Nope!" Only after a small kerfuffle did they put it up in the East Room.

Last Monday, BHO made an appearance at a Boys and Girls Club in Washington, DC. He seemed to be a little uncomfortable as a few of the children in attendance mentioned the other Messiah.



How can we forget BHO's speech at Georgetown where he had the monogram "IHS" -- which symbolizes Jesus--covered up by a blue sheet (see photos below)? Georgetown officials said that they were complying with a request from the White House. What's the problem, dear leader? Didn't want to share the stage with the True Messiah?












Christmases past have been celebrated by past administrations in the church of their choice, but the vast majority have spent Christmas Eve in church. Unless someone put a church on a golf course in Hawaii, BHO and family weren't there. Why? If BHO and family don't believe in God, why not just say it? It would be at least one honest thing he'd have said.

It may seem like I'm making more of this than what there may be, but after hearing BHO say how important faith is to him, I'm wanting him to put his money where his mouth is. If it's so important to you, Barry, then pony up and pick a church. If it's not that important to you, just frickin' say so. We won't like it, but be honest if that's your stance.

Maybe BHO doesn't like the competition from Jesus.

7 comments:

Ran said...

He's voting "present". I almost feel sorry for him.

Seriously, BGF... One wonders if the Won even knows himself what he believes.

Bungalow Bill said...

I was just thinking about that this Christmas. No mention of mass or anything. Usually, presidents attend mass or some other Christmas service. We really don't know much about Obama when it comes to personal beliefs except he references being a Muslim in his books and goes to the worst example of a Christian church on the south side of Chicago you can find.

blackandgoldfan said...

Ran: I think he makes it up as he goes along. His belief system comes from Alinsky, Ayres, and Davis.

In one sense, I also feel a sort of pity for him. The strength that comes from faith can move mountains, and he's lacking that. But on the other hand, he has the power to find that faith and seems to choose not to do so. For that, I can feel no pity.

blackandgoldfan said...

BB: Great minds, eh? lol

I think the only religious thing BHO did over Christmas was to pray he made that 30-yard putt on the 10th hole.

Amusing Bunni said...

He's out of the closet (on the not being a Christian, anyway) He never went to mass the whole year he's been in office. You think he could at least pretend to go, but NOOOOOO, now that' he's been elected, why bother. He makes me sick.

The only church he'll go to is the Church of SATAN, or some mosque. Happy New Year, Denise.

ericswan said...

He botched his inauguration and he lost or voluntarily gave up the practice of law in 1989. Ask more questions. I don't do church either but Jesus is Lord.

gsw said...

Although I have no vote in America, I was for him because I believed he was an atheist.

Maybe his strength lies in his ability to respect all religions without actually belonging to any of them?