Tuesday, February 22, 2011

USA, No Longer a Christian Nation?

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."

This year President Obama canceled the
21st annual National Day of Prayer ceremony
at the WhiteHouse under the ruse
Of "not wanting to offend anyone"


BUT... on September 25, 2009
from 4 AM until 7 PM, a National Day of Prayer
was Held on Capitol Hill,
Beside the White House.
There were over 50,000 Muslims in D.C. that day.



I 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: islam on capitol hill

Hat Tip to Mr. I
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1 comment:

Chelsey said...

News flash! The United States was built upon the principles of freedom of religion. As the United States grows (like it always has- that's how Americans are Americans today) we become more and more diverse. That means there are also different religions in the U.S. How can we call ourselves the United States if we don't withhold the very principles that started us? Now, I'm a Christian, but I don't sit here and fret. Just because I'm in a nation that is changing doesn't mean God is going to send me to hell. I worry about myself and accept that everyone else also has the God given right of free-will.