Recall Obama and his ‘Non-Religious’ Christmas and No Gifts for the kids


I thought today I would post a back in the day review of Obama and his non-religious fervor in 2009. Obama had arrived, and of course the Muslim thing was not discussed in polite company. But we had a couple of clues didn’t we?  Let’s take a look at his first Christmas. Later, by May, 2009 we would get a big clue. Obama’s cancellation of the national day of prayer.

But Obama has shown an unusual sensitivity toward atheists, the first president to mention non-believers in an inaugural address when he said, “For we know that our patchwork heritage is a strength, not a weakness. We are a nation of Christians and Muslims, Jews and Hindus and non-believers.”

But I digressed.

Obama Plan ‘Non-Religious Christmas’ at WH FOX

President Obama and the First Family were planning a “non-religious
Christmas,”
according to Social Secretary Desiree Rogers. Ms. Rogers reportedly told a gathering of former social secretaries that the Obamas did not intend on putting the Nativity scene on display – a longtime East Room tradition.

The account was reported in the Fashion and Style section of The New York Times. The White House confirmed to the Times that there had been internal discussions about making Christmas more inclusive – but in the end – tradition won out – and the Nativity scene is once again in its traditional East Room spot.

Did you know that Obama does not celebrate Christmas? Obama Leaves the Gifting to Santa

Sen. Barack Obama (D-Ill.) tells People magazine in the issue out Friday that he and his wife, Michelle, do not give Christmas or birthday presents to their two young daughters.

Obama tells the magazine’s Sandra Sobieraj Westfall in a seven-page cover story that he and his wife follow the unusual practice because they “want to teach some limits.”

In the interview earlier this summer, Obama noted that they do spend “hundreds” of dollars on birthday slumber parties.

Michelle Obama told People: “Malia says, ‘I know there is a Santa because there’s no way you’d buy me all that stuff.’ ”

UPDATE: Jesus nearly banned at the White House Inn

Osanta

“The lunch conversation inevitably turned to whether the White House would display its crèche, customarily placed in a prominent spot in the East Room. Ms. Rogers, this participant said, replied that the Obamas did not intend to put the manger scene on display — a remark that drew an audible gasp from the tight-knit social secretary sisterhood. (A White House official confirmed that there had been internal discussions about making Christmas more inclusive and whether to display the crèche.)”

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18 Responses to “Recall Obama and his ‘Non-Religious’ Christmas and No Gifts for the kids”

  1. The Weekly Headlines – My Daily Musing Says:

    […] Recall Obama and his ‘Non-Religious’ Christmas and No Gifts for the kids […]

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  2. Mustang Says:

    I suspect that Obama celebrates Kwanza, along with all the other racist bastards in this country. Kwanza has an interesting history: it began about fifteen minutes before Rev. Wright began sucking donkey dicks, which according to insiders happened for the first time on January 8, 1997 — the very day Barack Hussein Obama was sworn in as an Illinois State Senator. Amazing coincidence, don’t you think?

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    • bunkerville Says:

      I recall the beginning of it in Philadelphia. Blacks wore stone age costumes waving spears and of course complete with primitive dancing. The guy who started it was a marxist criminal as I recall. Either way,a sordid past. Totally fabricated.

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  3. Sparky Says:

    The only difference between the man who calls himself Obama and the mythical characters of Ebeneezer Scrooge or the Grinch, is O apparently has no remorse. I fear he may be more like the Pharaoh at the ‘Red’ Sea. Hope O can swim.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      Love it Sparky. I needed that.

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  4. Adrienne Says:

    It was quite clear from even before day one that these people are not Christians in any sense of the word.

    21 days!

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    • bunkerville Says:

      For many of us, it was clear from day one. We took the time to take a look at his pals and writings.

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    • Steve Dennis Says:

      It was more than clear to anyone paying attention that he is not a Christian. I still remember that time he misquoted the Bible by saying he believes he is his brother’s keeper. Of course the quote is “am I my brother’s keeper” and it was Cain who said this while trying to hide his sin from God. I find that to be a very interesting misquote…

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      • bunkerville Says:

        But we are the ones who were forced to wear the tin foil.

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  5. petermac3 Says:

    Yes Malia there is a Santa Claus, the US Taxpayer! Of course mommy and daddy won’t waste hundreds of their own $$$ to participate in the US economy but we must unflinchingly fork over tens of millions for your inumerable family vacations. I digress, there is a Santa Claus for the elites like your family but not for the wounded and disabled vets waiting months for care and wheelchairs, victims of the VA bureaucracy, part of your poppi’s true legacy, part and parcel of his plan to destroy your country. So remember years from now when your wearing a burqa instead of your skin tight designer jeans it is your parents dreams come to fruition. Allu Akbar Malia!!!!

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    • bunkerville Says:

      So true Peter. I can see them now sitting around the fireplace with pop pop telling them the Muslim stories of old.

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  6. Just Simply Linda Says:

    “All Inclusive?” truly really, he hasn’t a clue…oh wait, he is a muslim (oh he does, and that is why he does what he does). All this political correctness will take forever to undo. I have no respect for what him and what his cronies have done…non…and as for not believing in Santa—you get underwear…(ugh, can not wait until Jan 20th)

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    • bunkerville Says:

      Yes, a bit of going down memory lane. We had an idea what we were in for, but sure not this much nonsense!!

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  7. Angel Says:

    we all know the real reason why my friend..HAPPY NEW YEAR! jAN 29TH CAN’T COME soon enough! hugss! xoxoxo:)

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    • bunkerville Says:

      Happy to you too Angel. Have a great year I know it has to be better!

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  8. Brittius Says:

    Reblogged this on Brittius.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      Thanks…

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      • Brittius Says:

        You’re welcome.

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