Obama acts like nation's most un-Christian president

2013-05-13T00:00:00Z Obama acts like nation's most un-Christian president nwitimes.com
May 13, 2013 12:00 am

President Barack Obama makes a better spokesman for Council on American Islamic Relations than for the USA.

He repeatedly apologizes for America while the Muslim Brotherhood is strengthened around the world and in this country through his policies and with our tax dollars.

He won’t utter the words “Islamic terrorist,” yet his Department of Homeland Security secretary labels U.S. veterans and Christian citizens as terrorists.

He promotes homosexual sodomy as normal and asks God’s blessing on Planned Parenthood, which has killed more than 5.5 million babies. There’s never been a more anti-Christian president in history.

Truman said, “If we don’t have a proper fundamental moral background, we will finally end up with a totalitarian government which does not believe in rights for anybody except the state.” 

May God help America.

- Robert Stamper, Highland

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