Skip to comments.Obama cuts prayer-day service
Posted on 05/05/2009 8:35:29 PM PDT by Nachum
President Obama is distancing himself from the National Day of Prayer by nixing a formal early morning service and not attending a large Catholic prayer breakfast the following morning.
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The List, ping
The wheat is separating ITSELF from the chaff.
The chaff is separating ITSELF from the wheat.
Mods? A little help?
Soetoro doesn’t think prayer is necessary for him since he considers himself god.
Don’t worry, we get the meaning.
It's always all about him. He just doesn't get it that he represents the whole country now. Amateur Hour assclown.
President Washington declared a National Day of Prayer after the Whiskey Rebellion, as did President John Adams when France threatened war, and President Madison during the War of 1812.
President Tyler declared a Day of Prayer when President Harrison died, and as did President Taylor during a cholera epidemic.
President Buchanan proclaimed a Day of Prayer to avert civil strife, as did Lincoln during the Civil War.
President Andrew Johnson proclaimed a Day of Prayer when Lincoln was shot, as did President Wilson during World War I.
In 1952, President Truman made the National Day of Prayer an annual event, stating: In times of national crisis when we are striving to strengthen the foundations of peace we stand in special need of Divine support.
President Reagan made it the first Thursday in May, saying: Americans in every generation have turned to their Maker in prayer We have acknowledged both our dependence on Almighty God and the help He offers us as individuals and as a Nation Now, Therefore, I, Ronald Reagan, President of the United States do proclaim MAY 5, 1988, as a National Day of Prayer. I call upon the citizens of our great Nation to gather together on that day in homes and places of worship to pray.
Color me surprised - not.
Well of course he is, Muslims don’t go to church.
Why would a Muslim attend a Christian Prayer Day, or Catholic Prayer Breakfast?
You might actually have been right the first time. Can’t you just see what’s goin’ on up there by the Pearly Gates?
“I didn’t invite this guy, he doesn’t have the right stuff” “Well, don’t look at me, I didn’t invite him!”
I’m so tired of this zero pandering to the atheists.
Don’t worry folks, I’m sure he will reinstate the National Day of Prayer, complete with Prayer Rugs and arrows pointing to Mecca everything.
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