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Thursday, May 7, 2009

White House AWOL On National Day of Prayer?

As we made a point to note yesterday in this post, what can we expect from an Obama a media and white house that celebrates and makes note of a day by going out for stupid a$$ed photo ops at a burger joint like he and they did the other day, and whizzes all over Christians worldwide by sending this Christian day of prayer and observance to the Muslim woodshed so he isn't caught acting Christian so as to offend his true religion of Islam.

You know, the one he celebrates by bowing to the Muslim King whom he apparently wishes to unseat someday and perhaps himself become King of The World...

White House boycott of National Day of Prayer
Here's the folks at Fox and Friends this morning giving Hussein the business about ditching the 40 year tradition at the white house that Bush gave due respect to particularly over the last eight.

Oh and a little ribbing about the fact that the Muslim Boy King also didn't manage to find a church 5 months into his reign. Christian my ass. Vid courtesy Conservative express, a great blog

(OneNewsNow.com): "rganizers of this week's National Day of Prayer still don't know whether the White House will participate.

The event's evangelical character earned it a White House welcome during President George W. Bush's eight years in office. But Brian Toon, vice chairman of the National Day of Prayer Task Force, says to date, there's been no mention of a White House observance being held this year.

According to an article this past week in the Colorado Springs Gazette, advocacy groups for so-called inclusive dialogue on faith in America are 'trying to break what they perceive as the organization's monopoly on the event.'

The newspaper went on to say that the 'Interfaith Alliance and Jews on First sent a letter this month to President Barack Obama asking him to declare that the National Day of Prayer is for Americans of all faiths - and even for nonbelievers.'

The Gazette also reports that 'White House officials have not said whether the Obama administration will formally honor the prayer day.'

The newspaper said that as of Wednesday this past week, Joshua DuBois, executive director of the White House Office of Faith-based and Neighborhood Partnerships, had not responded to several e-mails from The Gazette.

Meanwhile, Toon emphasizes that Americans of any faith can stage their own prayer gatherings or attend those organized by the task force. Unfortunately, he says some have sought to abolish the National Day of Prayer instead.

Amid wars, terrorism, moral decline and swine flu, Toon says there's plenty to pray about.


The urge to save humanity is always a false front for the urge to rule it. H. L. Mencken

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