Why I Love Obama Today


I enjoy watching conservative pundits bark about the Obama Administration as much as the next liberty-loving girl. But, in the words of my husband, sometimes, the constant conservative barking can be a bit…contrarian. Sometimes, it feels as though conservatives are going to take even the good things that (occasionally) happen in Washington and drench them in negativity, just because that’s what we’re used to doing.

Conservatives and Obama do not mix. Duh. I mean, this administration has done more than its fair share to lead us to cynicism. But, today, the news reported POTUS doing something freaking awesome, and yet conservatives still found a way to spin it negatively.

Obama, yes, that’s right – President Barack Obama is defending and endorsing Christian prayer.

For realz.

In 2008, two New Yorkers sued over the opening Christian prayers that have been conducted in Greece’s town council meetings since 1997 – stating it was a Constitutional violation of “separation of church and state.”

So, you’d expect Obama, given his history in supporting legislation that condemns Christianity and promotes secular humanism, to defend these two anti-religious New Yorkers and their case that is being taken to the Supreme Court, this fall. But, instead, he did something shocking. He came out in support of the Christian prayers!

Michelle Malkin, understandably cynical, said, “Lack of consistency and lack of principle are hallmarks of this administration.” Is she right? Absolutely. She brought up the hypocrisy of Obama’s Christian prayer support in contrast with his Obamacare legislation that penalizes businesses that conduct themselves in a way that aligns with their Christian faith.

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