This Time, the Words Are Louder
The saying normally goes, “Actions speak louder than words,” but in the case of Barack Obama, the words are saying a lot.
On the one hand, the Anointed One thinks building a mosque two blocks from Ground Zero is perfectly acceptable, even if people don’t like it.
On the other hand, the Light Worker thinks a preacher in Florida shouldn’t burn any Korans, because people won’t like it.
And then he wonders why so many people think he’s a crypto-Muslim?
Never mind that he appears severely disconnected from reality, on par with the Iraqi Information Minister.
Never mind that the paparazzi haven’t seen Obama walk into a church to worship two Sundays in a row since his swearing in. Would he still recognize a real church after spending twenty years listening (maybe) to Jeremiah Wright?
Obama’s self-contradiction in supporting Constitutional rights for Muslims, and opposing the same rights for non-Muslims, smacks of Muslim privilege.
His supporters can proclaim his putative Christianity from the rooftops all they want. I’m not buying it.