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By - April 25, 2011

Hmmm, Where Was That Easter Address?

Questions still fly around the media, from mostly Donald Trump, was Obama a natural born American?   The answer to that question may not be settled for many years, so it is a waste of resources and energy right now.

A question I have raised and continue to raise is: Is Obama a Christian?

There have been many reasons to ask that question during Obama’s tenure as the President but this weekend didn’t help.

Although Obama has yet to miss giving an official address for all Muslim holidays which are Ramadan, Eid-ul-Fitr, Hajj, and Eid-ul-Adha, as Fox News reports:

The White House  . . . did release an eight-paragraph statement heralding Earth Day. Likewise, the president’s weekend address mentioned neither Good Friday or Easter.*

Last year Obama took heat for giving an all inclusive Easter greeting to people of all faiths, including Hindus and Muslims even though Easter is uniquely Christian.  I guess Obama must have taken offense to last year so he decided to fore go an Easter greeting altogether this year.

The White House defending the absent greeting by saying:

“I’m not sure if we put out a statement or not, but he obviously personally celebrated Easter with his family,” Carney said, adding ”the president took his family out to church in a very high-profile way.”

Most Christians will see the obvious problem with that statement, he took his family out to church in a very high-profile way. If a person is true to their faith they don’t have to make it high-profile.  It is obvious the Obama’s are CEO’s (Christmas and Easter Only church goers) so I guess they have to make each appearance in a church high-profile.

I wonder what God thinks of Obama’s actions this Easter?  Well, here is a picture of the White House on this Easter 2011.  Yes, this picture really was taken on Easter 2011.

Makes a person think, doesn’t it?

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  1. bob says:

    What’s all this wondering and speculating? we shall know him and others as well as ourselves by the fruit of our lives. No guessing just close observation to what comes out of the heart – works since Adam.

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