Hold Obama to his pledge


Weeks before the Democratic National Convention, President Obama’s press secretary was asked at a news conference which Israeli city President Obama considered the capital of Israel. The press secretary refused to answer the reporter’s question.

The answer was delivered at the DNC and revealed the true nature of President Obama’s Democratic Party. It was the deletion of two items from the Democrat’s platform: God, and that the capitol of Israel was Jerusalem.

An amendment got the two items re-installed into the platform. However, it took three votes. The third louder negative vote failed to defeat the amendment and it was passed, even though the no vote was louder than the yes vote.

The overwhelming no voice vote betrayed the true feelings of the majority at the DNC: anti-God and anti-Israel.

Apparently, this is President Obama’s position. It is his party. He has deleted references to God, even when quoting historical documents such as the Declaration of Independence, which contains the word God, but President Obama deleted the word from his quote. If there is a statue of Jesus near the cameras, it is covered up. It doesn’t take long to figure out President Obama’s true allegiance and it is not to the God of the Christian religion.

It certainly explains his treatment of Israel’s Prime Minister Netanyahu.

Remember, President Obama spent 20 years listening to Rev. Jeremiah Wright preach black liberation theology in which Wright was anti-white, anti-Jewish and anti-American. Rev. Wright was asked in an interview if he converted Obama from Islam to Christianity. Wright replied it was hard to tell.

Let’s hold Barack Obama to his pledge: “One nice thing about the situation I find myself in is that I will be held accountable. You know, I’ve got four years ... If I don’t have this done in three years, then there’s going to be a one-term proposition.”

Craig Buchanan

Walla Walla


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