Obama Pretends to be Christian – Liberals Buy It (Again)

The liberal news is blooming today with flowery stories about Barack Obama’s performance at the Daily Prayer Breakfast. You know what ‘performance’ I’m talking about – the one where he pretends to be a Christian. Who am I to say who is a Christian and who isn’t? Right. It’s not my place, I admit that. But at the same time, I am not buying this any more than I bought this act the first time he did it.

One of the problems with Christianity, is that just about anyone can say he or she is “forgiven” and call themselves a “Christian”. Christianity is a case where actions speak louder than words. If you are a Christian, then most likely your best friends are also Christians. In fact, you probably met them at Church or some such gathering and saw their actions before you became friends.

Barack Obama is a man of many words, there is no arguing that. He is perhaps one of the better word spinners of today. But that doesn’t make him a good president. In fact, his own words, like many presidents before him are helping to undo him. He ran his campaign on emotions – “Yes we Can” and “Hope and Change”. So how is that “Hope and Change” working out for you by the way? Bottom line, Barack, put up or shut up. His Daily Prayer Breakfast speech was just that – a speech. And as I posted before, America Cannot Run on Speeches Alone!

Obama Opens Up About His Faith


2 Comments on “Obama Pretends to be Christian – Liberals Buy It (Again)”

  1. David Evarts says:

    I have no doubt that President Obama, whatever his personal or political failings may be, is indeed a Christian.

    I have met many Christians who are members of the Republican party or who would describe themselves as conservative in some way. But, I doubt that a person who is fully committed to a right-wing political view can also be a Christian. The views of the Tea Party, the right-wing of the Republican party and Fox News commentators are too opposed to biblical commandments and the views of Christ to be compatible. In example, while Christ was clear that the Kingdom of Heaven is not of this world one of the very few commandments that Christians are given in relation to our governments is that we are to both serve the poor and advocate to the government on their behalf.
    While I would not hesitate to say that Republicans and conservatives have some very good points, I doubt that a fully committed Republican could be a Christian.

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