President Atheist

on Thursday, April 16, 2009

Alright, maybe 'atheist' is too strong of a word, but certainly our fearless president isn't as devoted to the Christian religion as he led us to believe during the campaign.

First he goes to Jeremiah Wright for 20 years and doesn't seem to have a problem with what is preached there. That is, until what is preached there finds its way to YouTube and everybody sees the hate speech emanating from the pulpit that Obama chose to attend. So he tosses Wright under the boss and vows to find a new church in D.C.

Then almost 13 months later, our incredibly religious Christian president finally finds the spare time to pick a place to worship his god. But only for Easter - he doesn't plan on continuing his attendance to church.

Obama shills might argue that his refusal to attend church services is due to the fact that the president doesn't have a lot of spare time on Sundays or that the decision about which church to attend is a deeply personal one which requires extra time to decide...

Ah, but what say ye of this:

Amidst all of the American flags and presidential seals, there was something missing when President Barack Obama gave an economic speech at Georgetown University this week -- Jesus.

The White House asked Georgetown to cover a monogram symbolizing Jesus' name in Gaston Hall, which Obama used for his speech, according to

The gold "IHS" monogram inscribed on a pediment in the hall was covered over by a piece of black-painted plywood, and remained covered over the next day, reported.
Maybe I was wrong earlier. Maybe the man is atheist.