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By - April 3, 2010

No Room For Jesus in Obama’s Easter Message

This Easter sermon was given by a military chaplain on Iwo Jima on Easter Sunday in 1945 shortly after the island was captured by American troops. If it doesn’t move you, you may not have a soul.

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Speaking of not having a soul, the video below is from Obama’s weekly radio address from this morning, April 3, 2010. In it, Obama gives a sanitized “holiday greeting” in which he quotes from the sermon from above. Apparently uncomfortable with the thought of an Easter sermon containing references to Jesus Christ, Obama de-Christianized the sermon and instead formed it into a PC statement about unity between faiths. He gets to the sermon just before the three-minute mark. Check out this article over at Townhall.com for a comparison of the two.

To his credit, Obama did mention that on Sunday, he and his family “will join other Christians all over the world in marking the resurrection of Jesus Christ,” although given that he has no intention of joining a church while in D.C., one has to wonder how he’s planning on “marking” the holy day.

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  1. Steven G. Poyzer says:

    May God have mercy on this poor deluded soul, as it will be a long time before I will be able to forgive him for destroying the future of my children, grandchildren and great grandchildren, and the nation I love.

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