Tuesday, July 1


So Obama wants to outdo Bush in supporting and funding religious charities with taxpayer dollars.

My boss, the Massachusetts Democrat, just walked into my office with the news, asking, "So is Obama running as a Republican now?"

Folks, Obama is correct in this: "...I came to see faith as being both a personal commitment to Christ and a commitment to my community; that while I could sit in church and pray all I want, I wouldn't be fulfilling God's will unless I went out and did the Lord's work.." But that's a personal commitment, not a commitment you can make on behalf of other citizens and public monies. If Obama wants to serve the nation as pastor-in-chief, all well and good. But our president's chief duty is to protect and preserve the Constitution (not, as both Bush and Obama have said, to protect the people), and this commingling of church and state has got to stop.

Wonder how the Blogger Boyz will receive this one ... and what excuses they'll make for BO this time, after positively eviscerating GWB for doing the same thing. I guess we'll have to start a new acronym for them -- IOKIYO.

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Anonymous BAJ said...

By now you'll have seen, I hope, that the AP reporter screwed up what Obama said. This ain't Bush's "faith based" program...

4:42 PM  
Anonymous ccp said...

Obama is an opportunist, plain and simple. He will do anything short of switching political parties in order to get ahead in politics. That explains why and how an inexperienced pol like himself is where he is today. I don't see anything wrong with grabbing available opportunities to get ahead but what Obama does is so much worse. He stands for nothing and he has no courage to stick behind his promises or even core Democratic principles when he starts to see his poll numbers slip. Now he is courting evangelicals since he is beginning to realize that about 40% of Clinton supporters are too disgusted with his tactics to even hold our noses and vote for him. Disgusting.

7:36 PM  
Anonymous Joe said...

So different than his predecessor, Bushama is gettings his own hate sites now (http://www.bushama.com) *sigh*

8:45 PM  

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