Sunday, January 2, 2011

Congressional Prayer Caucus sends letter to Barack Hussein Obama demanding correction.

On December 6, 2010, 42 members of the bipartisan Congressional Prayer Caucus sent a letter to Barack Hussein Obama asking him issue a correction for his inaccurate reference of National Motto.  Congressman J. Randy Forbes, (Republican, 4th CD, Virginia), one of the members of this Prayer Caucus, revealed the contents of that letter on his web site. The full letter along with the signers is posted below.
In his speech on November 10, 2010 at the University of Indonesia in Jakarta, Barack Hussein Obama said “But I believe that the history of both America and Indonesia should give us hope.  It is a story written into our national mottos. In the United States, our motto is E pluribus unum - out of many one...our nations show that hundreds of millions who hold different beliefs can be united in freedom under one flag.”
Barack Hussein Obama, who's father was a Muslim and a citizen of Kenya and also a British subject, who's step-father was a Muslim and a citizen of Indonesia, who's mother was associated with known communists; attended school in Indonesia as a Muslim, spent most of his youth living in a foreign country, never learned anything about our American heritage, culture or history. So it does not surprise anyone to hear him speak in error about things Americans know from their hearts. A photo from the 2008 campaign even showed that Obama doesn't know what to do when the Pledge of Allegiance and the National Anthem is being played.
Congressman Forbes said: “For the President of the United States to incorrectly state something as foundational as our national motto in another country is unacceptable. The President is the primary representative of our nation to the world, and whether mistake or intention, his actions cast aside an integral part of American society,” said Forbes. “President Reagan once warned that 'If we ever forget that we're one nation under God, then we will be a nation gone under.’”
In addition, on October 18, during a fundraiser, President Obama said, “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that each of us are endowed with certain inalienable rights, that among these are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.”  This was the third time in over a month that the President omitted the word “Creator” from the Declaration of Independence. The Declaration of Independence specifically recognizes God, the Creator, as the source of inalienable rights.

“Once may be a mistake. But twice is a pattern. These omissions and inaccuracies are a part of a larger pattern we are seeing with the President where he is inaccurately reflecting America and undercutting important parts of our nation’s history,” said Forbes. “Trust in God is embedded into the fabric of society and history in the United States. If we allow these threads to be pulled, we will begin to unravel the very freedoms that birthed America.”
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1 comment:

  1. It is appalling that we have the top official of our Country, who consistently violates our principles, denying our Christian heritage by removing words from our founding documents, refuses to honor our written law, which he swore to uphold, and apologizes to our enemies for our nation's duly assigned right to protect its citizens. He should be impeached for such violations, no less be investigated for his legal citizenship right to hold his office.


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