Skip to comments.Obama to Al Sharpton: ‘My Religious Faith’ Makes Me Believe Republicans Will Agree to Raise Taxes
Posted on 11/21/2011 7:15:02 PM PST by Just4Him
According to President Obama, his religious faith is what helps him continue to believe that Republican lawmakers will eventually raise taxes on wealthy Americans, who, Obama was sure to point out again, need to pay their fair share.
Speaking to Reverend Al Sharpton following the Super Committees monumental failure Monday, the president stated his disappointment in Republicans for being short-sighted in not offering any serious revenues.
So the position theyre taking is short-sighted, but it must be my religious fait, reverend, cause hope springs eternal
Did he ever pick a church in DC ?
Obama should take this to the people... Run on increasing taxes.
The GOP should not make it easy on him.
I wonder which "religious faith" the pig is talking about? His "religion" must not observe the "Thou shalt not covet" commandment.
The headline gives credit to my “Obama is President because he made a deal with the devil” theory.
his religious faith depends on how much more he can steal
>> Obama to Al Sharpton: My Religious Faith Makes Me Believe Republicans Will Agree to Raise Taxes
Christianity doesn’t ‘make’ believers, it’s a Faith of will. Islam on the other hand...
Yeah, Obie, just as soon as you stop the seas from rising, global warming, and solve the national debt problem.
So “Allah” means “Tax Hikes”?
Clearly referring to his deal with the devil.....
Now he’s setting God up to be the fall guy.
It’s going to be God’s fault for his continuing failures.
Will Obama sue God??
Wow, the headline made me do a spit take. Now I have to clean my screen.
It’s an article of faith to him that: Someone’s just gonna have to give up their piece of pie so that someone else can have it.
The only faith he has is to faithfully destroy us.
LOL - yeah, that’s the one :-)))
It’s not his religious faith. Democrats believe in confiscating other people’s money so they can spend it to get re-elected.
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