Skip to comments.Campaign launches 'People of Faith for Obama'
Posted on 09/17/2012 3:26:15 PM PDT by ColdOne
The Obama campaign is launching a new outreach effort directed at religious voters.
In a new web video uploaded to YouTube Monday, Obama made an argument for faith in the public square and talked about how it guided his presidency.
"Faith isn't just a footnote in our nation's story," Obama said. "It reinforces the very essence of America."
"These shared moral obligations have guided me as president,"
(Excerpt) Read more at politico.com ...
Destroying marriage. Killing babies. Siding with enemies of Christianity.
No to God No to God No to God.......that type of faith?
Obama is a “seasonal” Christian, the season being, election time.
Proving once again that cheap talk is Obama’s most precious commodity.
"My Muslim Faith"
sounds very mooselim to me - people who worship Lucifier like all these destructive beliefs and many more.
How much longer till we see....
Faithless People For Obama.
I know many evangelical Christians and faithful Jews who are “people of faith” and like Obama. It baffles the heck out of me. But there they are!
Thank you for my first lol of the day!
You know the one that says you should be your brother’s keeper.
Inspired by the father of all lies.
If they want to follow their false god, there is nothing we can do but pray. Their reckoning will come later.
If they support Obama they must be relying on their faith because they certainly aren’t using their brains.
Zero should get hit with a lightning bolt for that.
I have no doubt that Obama has faith, but in who?
Losing Black Christain votes.
"Faith isn't just a footnote in our nation's story," and "It reinforces the very essence of America." and "These shared moral obligations have guided me as president,"
When Obama talks about faith, one must ask "what does he mean by the word faith?"
The Obama tactic is to say just enough to make you think in a direction he wants to take you, however, he lets you fill in any detail that completes the picture you want to have of him.
Listen to his words and then look at his actions.
He uses the word "faith" and it conjures up your own faith experience, right?
He knows that, so your faith experience becomes his own. He is able to make you think that you and he have some sort of "shared faith" experience.
Look at his actions. He works overtime to decrease your ability to preserve your own faith in God. His healthcare measures strike at the very heart of our dearly held, inalienable, God-given rights.
Is that the mark of a man who really shares your faith in God?
Great post!!!! all so true.
Michael R. Wear, who has worked in the White House for the past three and half years, will move to Chicago to become the campaigns Faith Vote director
Wear, who was raised a Catholic but now attends a nondenominational, evangelical-style church in Washington, has spearheaded White House outreach to evangelicals and has focused on policy issues like adoption throughout Obamas first term
Muslim faith or Black Theology faith....pretty much the same. Both hate Jews and America.
People of faith in what?
BULLSTALIN. He does not agree with this statement in the ways that you might think. He has repeatedly removed "endowed by our Creator" from his citing of the Declaration of Independence.
He has boasted that he holds a "healthy skepticism of organized religion" that he got from his agnostic mother (falsely claimed as Christian by his "fight the smears" website in 2008).
He may be right. Anti-Christ is his “messiah.”
“Interesting” that Obama, who has never missed an oppportunity to say how he DOES NOT LIKE the reference to the Creator in the Declaration of Independence used the reference in the quote on his webpage. Serpent speaks with forked tongue.
>>The President returned to the values and spirit of America that has made it the most exceptional nation in the world:
As Americans, we believe we are endowed by our Creator with certain inalienable rights,...”
Sounds "okay" from here.
But perhaps he means "An America that is divided. An America that is racist. An America that still believes old superstitions and myths. An America that still resents homosexuals..."
To an antiAmerican, he could be making the point that it is part of what was and is wrong about this nation at its core.
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