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Obama Bans National Day of Prayer, But Applauds Islam Ramadan

September 4, 2009

The Republic is taking a drastic change away from its biblical tradition in favor of Islam when Obama celebrates Ramadan, but will not touch the National Day of Prayer?

Per Top of the Ticket / Los Angeles Times: “For years, it’s been a staple of the White House calendar. President Obama opted not to have a service in the White House this year.”

It’s that simply maneuvered a move. Doesn’t take much, does it, to wipe out the Christian heritage of this nation when seated as a Muslim in the Oval Office? “President Truman signed the first National Prayer Day proclamation, and President Reagan made it a permanent occasion. Under Bush, the day was a political event, confirming a conviction that religion was a core tenet of Republican politics.

The story continues …..

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  1. Ann Calder permalink
    September 30, 2009 9:56 am

    What a bunch of bull roar this is. Obama did not ban the National Day of Prayer—it’s just not going to happen in the White House. If it weren’t for all this kind of publicity, I wouldn’t even have known that this is the National Day of Prayer, and I’m a Christian. And, Muslims aren’t part of the very fabric of the US and haven’t contributed a whole lot to this nation in every way? They’ve been here for ages and are as much a part of this country as I am. This reminds me of when I was growing up as a conservative Christian and how we looked down on the Catholics. It took John Kennedy to get us past that one. This man’s attitude towards our president is about as unchristian as you can get.

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