My Critique Of A Government Sponsored Day Of Prayer Brings Out The Faithful
As President Obama signs a proclamation declaring today a National Day of Prayer, (l) I expanded my post on the National Day of Prayer on the Fox Forum, aptly retitled, “Who Says the Presidency Requires Faith?” I wonder how Jesus would feel about some of the responses it engendered.
b brazil says:
May 6, 2009 at 7:45 pm
We are a Christian nation, and if you don’t like it, get out!
May 6, 2009 at 7:46 pm
Colmes always has been, is now, and always will be a baffoon.
Bob from Pa. says:
May 6, 2009 at 8:05 pm
Is having a “CL.OS.ET. MU.SL.IM.” in the White House a sign of declining FAITH??
Man Love says:
May 6, 2009 at 8:13 pm
Hey Al.an, ob.ama called. He said he needs his n.u.t s.a.c.k polished again.
SD in NY says:
May 6, 2009 at 8:11 pm
Al.an Col.m.es make me l.a.ugh with his cr.u.sh on oba.ma.
Al.an could come home one n.ight to find ob.ama doing his wi.fe, si.ster, and m.other and A.lan would simply ask if he could get ob.a.ma a ciga.rette when he’s done.
May 7, 2009 at 12:39 am
Leave it to a godless, communist Democrat! Alan lives up to his usual low.
This goes to the heart of Obama’s argument that religion and prayer are very personal experiences, not to be taken on or promoted by government. When outside entities get involved in our personal religious lives it can only lead to no good. What so many fail to understand is that those who advocate for government getting out of religion are not necessarily anti-God, but rather recognize the danger inherent in the conflation of church and state. That it is still such a hot-button issue that releases so much anger in the commenters to my post shows exactly why Obama is correct to keep his prayer life his own, and that religion is not something to wave around like a flag (which also shouldn’t be waved around as if to prove something).
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