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The Fact that Obama Lied About His Christian Beliefs To a Pastor Isn't a Biggie?

So Obama lied about being against gay marriage before he was for it. We all knew that already. Heck, I could probably point to a few examples right here on CMR where we said as much if I weren't so lazy. But I am.

We all knew Obama was a liar. Remember...oh heck, remember just about anything that came out of his mouth. Let's just go with the whole "If you like your doctor you can keep your doctor." Yeah, that was a lie. Everyone knows it. But somehow with politicians we expect it so it's not a big deal. For some reason the less we trust politicians the more power we seem to give them. But that's neither here nor there. That's just one of those brilliant bon mots I drop on you free of charge now and again.

Here's what I want to talk about. When Obama lied about gay marriage, which has now been acknowledged by David Axelrod, he didn't just lie. He lied about his faith. And he lied about his faith to a pastor. Sure he lies to the American people all the time but isn't there just an extra dose of creepy about a man who lies about his faith to a pastor.

Specifically, he said: “What I believe, in my faith, is that a man and a woman, when they get married, are performing something before God, and it’s not simply the two persons who are meeting.”

It's this kind of thing, along with him attacking Christianity at every turn that makes one wonder if Obama might not just be an atheist but anti-Christian.

I think if a responsible journalist ever asked the president about this he'd probably say that we should get off our high horse because Christians have been lying since the beginning of time. And he'd probably add something about the KKK or the Crusades.


*subhead*Faith.*subhead*

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