April 25, 2011

Easter Egg on B.O.'s Face

Hatched by Dafydd

Given that Barack H. Obama has commemorated every Moslem holiday and holy day on the calendar; and given that he had ample notice what time of year it was, since he participated in the annual "Easter Egg Roll" at la Casa Blanca today, the day after Easter Sunday; and given that he signally and (it is obvious) deliberately refrained from any form of commemoration of the most important holy day in Christendom... I cannot but take as my default position that Barack Obama is, in fact, a Moslem.

It's still a rebuttable default; but if he has been trying to rebut it, it's not evident to me. He can ramble on about being beyond good and evil, or whatever he claims; but I say it's spinach, and I say to heck with it. If he were really above the fray, then either he would commemorate all major religious holy days, or none.

So until he proves otherwise -- and I no longer take his bare word for it -- I shall consider Barack Hussein Obama to be a Moslem, or as near as makes no difference.

(Could that be why he won't release his full, long-form birth certificate? Back in '61, many states still listed the religion of the newborn baby -- I don't know whether Hawaii was one. Admittedly, even if it did, it would be logically meaningless: A baby has no "religion" per se; that's what confirmation is for. Nevertheless, it might still be terribly embarassing and hard to explain if that box was filled in with an "M"!)

Hatched by Dafydd on this day, April 25, 2011, at the time of 11:34 PM

Comments

The following hissed in response by: snochasr

More likely it was filled in with an "O".

The above hissed in response by: snochasr [TypeKey Profile Page] at April 26, 2011 7:01 AM

The following hissed in response by: wtanksleyjr

I think this says nothing about Obama's religion, simply because it's the same response one would expect from every "mainline" Democrat. They don't DARE identify with Christians, and they don't DARE appear to be slighting to Islam.

This is a pretty serious weakness, IMO -- politically speaking, it puts them WAY outside of any popular position. Of course, the Repubs may be stuck with someone who is under the illusion that this position is actually correct...

-Wm

The above hissed in response by: wtanksleyjr [TypeKey Profile Page] at April 26, 2011 11:15 AM

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