You know, it's gotten to the point where Barack Hussein Obama and his administration don't even TRY to hide their disdain for Christianity. A number of months ago I saw some liberal journalists on a news show completely aghast how ANY Americans could think that Obama is a Muslim ...well, when the spokesman for the President laughs off the whole idea of Easter and what it means to the Christians in this country and literally doesn't know if a statement on the holiday was issued or not...well, I'd say that might fuel the fire for someone thinking Obama is a Muslim. After all, we Americans have only been exposed to two types of people that scoff at Christianity like this and they are atheists and Muslims.
Here's the video of Obama's press secretary yucking it up over the silliness of putting importance on the sacrifice of the Son of G_d:
I don't get it. Why was that question so funny? Why isn't that a valid question? We've seen Barack Obama go out of his way to send a message out for Muslim holidays that no one in this country even knows about, yet the most important holiday of the Christian faith is treated by this press secretary putz like it's back page story. If Obama's got the time to hop skip and jump around the White House lawn helping some little girl roll her "spring sphere" then why doesn't he have 10 minutes to record a message of devotion to his Savior?
This President of ours no longer wears a mask, people. He no longer fears any repercussions in this country. He simply feels he is encased in teflon. And he's in the process of laughing in all of our faces. One might say he's almost....daring us.
P.s. watch the video quickly because Real Clear Politics is trying to remove it everywhere - at the link at Fox, the video has been removed according to my efforts to play it there.
Here's the story from Fox:
White House Laughs Off Obama Not Giving Easter Proclamation
President Obama failed to release a statement or a proclamation recognizing the national observance of Easter Sunday, Christianity's most sacred holiday.
By comparison, the White House has released statements recognizing the observance of major Muslim holidays and released statements in 2010 on Ramadan, Eid-ul-Fitr, Hajj, and Eid-ul-Adha.
The White House also failed to release a statement marking Good Friday. However, they did release an eight-paragraph statement heralding Earth Day. Likewise, the president's weekend address mentioned neither Good Friday or Easter.
WH Press Secretary Jay Carney was asked about this today and laughed ... "Haha, you know, the President went to church yesterday, it was well covered, I'm not sure if we put out a statement or not ... "
A surprised reporter noted that Easter was the holiest of Christian holidays and asked Carney "You don't KNOW if you put out a statement?" Carney snickered again, bowed his head and retorted, "I'm glad you're asking me these important question guys."