Wednesday, September 02, 2009


J. Grant Swank, Jr.

That’s right.

Barrack Hussein Obama has eliminated the traditional National Day of Prayer observance at the White House.

Does this not warn American Christians that the Republic is taking a drastic change away from its biblical tradition in favor of Islam when Obama celebrates Ramadan but will not touch the National Day of Prayer?

Per Top of the Ticket / Los Angeles Times: “For years, it's been a staple of the White House calendar. President Obama opted not to have a service in the White House this year.”

It’s that simply maneuvered a move. Doesn’t take much, does it, to wipe out the Christian heritage of this nation when seated as a Muslim in the Oval Office.

For those in doubt concerning Obama’s praise for Islam, read MUSLIM OBAMA APPLAUDS ISLAM AT RAMADAN WHITE HOUSE DINNER at

“President Truman signed the first National Prayer Day proclamation, and President Reagan made it a permanent occasion. Under Bush, the day was a political event, confirming a conviction that religion was a core tenet of Republican politics.

“Naturally, prominent evangelicals, including National Day of Prayer Task Force Chairman Shirley Dobson, and her husband, Focus on the Family founder James Dobson, expressed disappointment in Obama's decision.

"’At this time in our country's history, we would hope our president would recognize more fully the importance of prayer,’ Shirley Dobson said in a statement.”

Obama has made it clear that he sides up gladly to atheists. Atheists do not like the National Day of Prayer. Therefore, while atheists had nothing to do with the establishing of our Christian heritage as a Republic, Obama is the first President to give them acclaimed status.

It is intolerable that unbelievers are put on the same level as biblical believers. The atheists can find refuge politically in nations that esteem no deity; but they certainly are not to be given praise in America.

Obama stated in his inaugural address that atheists and Muslims are to be honored as well as Christians. Why that sentence was written into that address is beyond reason.

Obama is quickly ridding our nation of its biblical ethics and Christian backdrop. This is exactly what the knowledgeable citizens stated throughout the presidential campaign.

However, even evangelicals were swayed by the
underhanded deceiver as he held gospel concerts in the Bible Belt, mounted evangelical church platforms to take full advantage of his mesmerizing techniques, and quoted Scripture when convenient—even when his exegesis was incorrect.

I heard one evangelical woman say in a gathering that the inauguration was “an historic event.” I was so shocked at hearing her say this that I had no retort. I simply concluded that the stupid would live with the destruction of this nation—along with those of us who know the truth.