Fw: This is not a rumor - Go to the website to confirm this info

Aaarrrggghhh!!! God bless America !!!

P Please recycle if email is printed.

In 1952 President Truman established one day a year as a National Day of Prayer.

In 1988, President Reagan designated the first Thursday in May of each year as the National Day of Prayer.

In June 2007, (then) Presidential candidate Barack Obama declared that the USA was no longer a Christian nation.

In 2009 President Obama, canceled the 21st annual National Day of Prayer ceremony at the White House under the rouse of "not wanting to offend anyone".

On September 25, 2009 from 4 am until 7pm, a National Day of Prayer for the Muslim religion was held on Capitol Hill, beside the White House. There were over 50,000 Muslims that day in DC.

Guess it doesn't matter if "Christians" are offended by this event - we obviously don't count as "anyone" anymore.

The direction this country is headed should strike fear in the heart of every Christian. Especially knowing that the
Muslim religion believes that if Christians cannot be
converted they should be annihilated.

This is not a rumor - Go to the website to confirm this info:

I hope that this information will stir your spirit
We must pray for our nation, our communities, our families and especially our children.


Anonymous said...

Matthew 6:1-4

"Be careful not to do your 'acts of righteousness' before men, to be seen by them. If you do, you will have no reward from your Father in heaven.

"So when you give to the needy, do not announce it with trumpets, as the hypocrites do in the synagogues and on the streets, to be honored by men. I tell you the truth, they have received their reward in full. But when you give to the needy, do not let your left hand know what your right hand is doing, so that your giving may be in secret. Then your Father, who sees what is done in secret, will reward you.

Anonymous said...

I just noticed that the post before this one is complaining about an Obama gaffe...

...at the National Day of Prayer breakfast.

Just can't win.

gruaud said...

Beat me to it, anon.

Why Obama or any democrat embraces "bipartisanship" is beyond me. These assholes
will NEVER play ball, so stop wasting your time.

They are a pack of barking dogs.

Anonymous said...

Damn Obama, actually giving a crap about seperation of church and state and the Bill of Rights and all that hippie crap.

Way to conflate the issues once again, wingers. If muslims, or Christians or Jews or Wiccans or anyone else want to meet up on the Capital steps to pray, more power to them. Have a ball. Its not the place of the Government to tell people when and how to pray.

ferschitz said...

FWIW: there is a difference between the May Nat'l Day of Prayer & the Feb Nat'l Prayer Breakfast, which just happened & BHO attended. Quick Google searches tell you all you need to know, but of course, it goes without saying that FACTS have a liberal bias.

The May Nat'l Prayer Day has historical antecedents going back to the Continental Congress, but was re-established, as this screed indicates, in 1952 by Truman. As with the Nat'l Prayer Breakfast, also est. in the 1950s, this has been run by Doug Coe's secretive "Family" of C Street christianist fame and is clearly one of their outlets for running and managing the show (behind the scenes shadow influence on all of our lives).

More recently there has been a law suit against the Nat'l Day of Prayer (look at Wikipedia), and BHO actually requested that the District Ct throw out that case, which these rightist **conveneniently** "forget" to mention here. Bc of the case, and bc Democrats tend to separate church and state as we're supposed to, BHO chose to downplay the Nat'l Day of Prayer in May 2009, but he did NOT "cancel" it. That it is (what a surprise, NOT) a bald-faced blatant lie. Gee, such honest, honorable and moral christianists these folks are, aren't they? Just lying thru their nasty little keyboards, per usual.

And then we come to the 9/25/09 National Day of Prayer for the Muslim religion, which did happen. Aaaannnnddd: BHO had nothing to do with it, other than mentioning it. This screed is disingenuously written to make *seem* as if BHO somehow made this happen and/or implies that BHO majorly participated in the Muslim day v. not participating in the christianist version. But that's NOT TRUE.

The Muslims organized their own day of prayer... and why not? The christianists want to have a LOCK on the power structure here, and that's all this is about: power, control and money. The end. It has NOTHING, nada, zip, bupkiss to do with religion, belief in god, morals, values or any of the nonsense, which these C Street christianists could give a hoot about.

So: this is a typical rightwing thinktank bald-faced lie, which is full of shit as usual.

And btw, I wholeheartedly agree with Matthew 6:1-4. Everyone here should read it. It is how we should ALL behave, but this screed is NOT following that Bible verse, nor are the Nat'l Prayer Breakfast or Nat'l Day of Prayer following that Bible verse. Tells you something, don't it?

Lies, obfuscation, spin, bullshit; all about power, money & control.

Snarla said...

I'll hold my breath waiting for someone to show me where Barack Obama said the United States is no longer a Christian nation.

Anonymous said...

Did anyone else chuckle at the request to please recycle this email if you print it out?

Do you think this mindset could be the reason that RWFs get recycled over and over and over again for years?

Daft Greg said...

So they want the president to endorse (= establish) their religion, while preventing others from freely practicing theirs, and they say Obama is trashing the Constitution?

Anonymous said...

"This is not a rumor" First red flag. Anything that says "this is not a rumor" is usually bad info. And of course, it does in fact have bad info:


First off, the 2009 National Day of Prayer wasn't cancelled, as the email says it was. From FactCheck.org:

"That’s untrue; the "National Day of Prayer" went on as scheduled May 7. Organizers said the 58th annual event produced "a greater outpouring of prayer for our nation … than ever before." The message is a twisted reference to President Obama’s decision not to participate publicly. Instead he issued a presidential proclamation but did not hold a public service in the East Room as President Bush had done in previous years. (The chain e-mail actually links to Obama’s proclamation, in which he "call[ed] upon Americans to pray in thanksgiving for our freedoms and blessings and to ask for God’s continued guidance, grace, and protection for this land that we love.")"

And then there's that whole claim that Obama declared we weren't a Christian nation. Again, from FactCheck:

"The author also recycles the misleading claim that Obama said the U.S. is "not a Christian nation." What the president actually said April 6, during a trip to Turkey, is that the U.S. is a "predominately Christian nation" that, like predominately Muslim Turkey, is "bound by ideals and a set of values" rather than religious identity."

And as for the rest of it... Get over it. They organized their own event to pray for the country in their own religion. Wow... Praying for the country is SOOOO offensive...

Yeah, when something declares that "this is not a rumor" or "this is true" or "this is not a hoax," chances are slim that you'll find any amount of truth to it.

katz said...

It must be true if they get their info from that prestigious news source, www.isamoncapitolhill.com.

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