Saturday, April 3, 2010

Barack blows it again

Remember when we had a President that was not afraid.  Not afraid of terror.  Not afraid of world opinion.  Not afraid of doing what was right regardless of consequences.  Sigh.  Alas, that was then and this is now.

President Barack Obama's Easter address calls on people of all faiths, as well as nonbelievers, to embrace their common aspirations and "shared spirit of humanity."

"On this Easter weekend," he said, "let us hold fast to those aspirations we hold in common as brothers and sisters, as members of the same family — the family of man."

"And while we worship in different ways, we also remember the shared spirit of humanity that inhabits us all – Jews and Christians, Muslims and Hindus, believers and nonbelievers alike," the president says.

Mr. President, it is not about common aspirations and it is certainly not about your continued program of secular humanism that threatens to dilute our important differences in to your vision of a more homogenized society.  Our differences are what make us unique and what makes our interactions fruitful.  Pushing our countrymen toward some zombie like existence to accomodate your view of how we should believe is the furthest from the point.

It is Easter, the celebration of the Risen Christ who died for our sins.  All of our sins.  Would it kill you to wish the Christian citizens of this nation a happy and joyous Easter much in the way that we wish our Jewish friends a holy Passover?

The rest of this nonsense can be found here.

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