This Really Makes Me Not Like Obama (More)

Posted on August 2, 2014 8:00 am

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In official comments for the celebration of the Eid-al-Fitr feast which comes at the end of Ramadan’s month-long period of fasting, the president praised Muslim-Americans for their many “achievements and contributions…to building the very fabric of our nation and strengthening the core of our democracy.”

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According to a recent study, Obama enjoys greater support from Muslims than any other religious group in America – perhaps because he voices greater support for Muslims than any other religious group in America.

Seriously, have you ever heard the president praise Christianity for its role in putting a man on the moon? Have you heard him say that one of the “sweetest sounds on Earth” is the Mormon Tabernacle Choir? Can he even spell Presbyterian? We think not.

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Good question. How come Obama has never once praised Christianity?

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7 Responses to “This Really Makes Me Not Like Obama (More)”

  1. Iowa Jim says:

    How come Obama has never once praised Christianity?

    Probably because whoever loads his teleprompter has never loaded any praise of Christianity.

  2. 4of7 says:

    Can you blame him?
    If all I knew about Christianity is what I’d learned in Rev. (G*dd*mn America!) Wrights church, I wouldn’t be able to think of anything good to say about it either.
    Tsk. He really needs to get out more, bless his heart.

  3. Oppo says:

    Well, he did show up for that cameo in the miniseries “The Bible.” He doesn’t want to break character.

  4. Michael J Bilek says:

    Obama is the best Communist President we’ve ever had.

  5. @boston_bubba says:

    Allah forbids it.

  6. zzyzx says:

    Most Muslims don’t speak highly of Christians, why would Obama be an exception?

  7. Burt says:

    Valerie Jarrett will tell him when and whom to praise.

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