Monday, April 25, 2011

President Obama's Easter message

For those who haven't noticed, President Obama failed to deliver the obligatory Easter message to the American people.  There was no personal message.  No press release.  No White House statement.

Is this significant?  Well, you can decide that for yourself.  But you should know that Obama has issued statements for every major Muslim holiday in the past year.  And he also issued a statement for earth day, which happened to be Good Friday this year. 

Last year's Easter message was "all-inclusive", acknowledging all major world religions during Christianity's most holy day.  And then there was his Passover greeting that I posted about earlier. 

Is any of this significant?

Is lightning striking the White House on Easter night a simple coincidence (photo above)?

You can decide that for yourself.


no_slappz said...

Clearly what we have here is not a Manchurian Candidate, but an Indonesian Candidate.

After spending almost 20 years listening to the rants of Reverend Jeremiah Wright, a disciple of Louis Farrakhan, it should be evident to all that Obama has stayed true to the Islamic influences of his youth, of which his most formative years were spend in Indonesia.

It is impossible for the young mind to reject or protect itself from the powerful social forces that shape it during its most open period -- from the ages of about five to 12.

Obama lived in Indonesia from age six to 11. That experience is part of him and cannot be over-ridden.

The young mind accepts and internalizes its environment. Moreover, Indonesia was, at the time Obama lived there, a more intensely Islamic nation than it has been in recent years. However, lately, Islamic fundamentalism is again spreading there.

You never break free of your roots, and Obama's roots are Islamic. Even he admits that much.

WomanHonorThyself said...

the traitor hater in chief my friend..its tragic...........