Freedom From Religion Foundation Writes Obama To Request Inclusion; Feeling Left Out Despite Trying To Remove Christian Values and Principles

Living in the united States today, one might think the entire foundation of this nation has cracked.   Closer to the truth would be the removal of founding principles comprising the foundation of this nation by every splinter group one can find leaving a nation teetering on the last few pillars of freedoms, which are eroding rapidly.  Many groups in America exhibit disdain, distaste and almost hatred of Christians in a nation founded on Christian principles.  It is the era of Christianophobia that has brought out groups looking to put the final nails in the coffin of Christendom in the united States.

Atheists or non-religious America somehow feels “slighted” prompting activists to write a letter to Barack Hussein Obama Soetoro Soebarkah  last week asking him to “do something no other American president has done:  reach out to secular America.”  Freedom From Religion Foundation co-presidents Annie Laurie Gaylor and Dan Barker penned the letter and sent it on the very same day “Obama addressed the National Prayer Breakfast last week.”  In it, they asked Obama to “welcome the ‘nonreligious to the American family’.”

These individuals want Hussein Soetoro to welcome the “nonreligious to the American family” on the day of the National Prayer Breakfast.   Now, that makes a lot of sense.  Are they truly not feeling the love after the Supreme Court invented “secular humanism,” after they removed prayer from the schools and insisted on attacking any religious symbol, worked to remove The Ten Commandments sculptures from courthouses,  supported the invention of the “right” to engage in sodomite “marriage” and ruled that mothers could murder their babies in the womb?   What more do they want — banning of religious texts?

The individuals wrote:

To help counter anti-Muslim bigotry, you spoke at a mosque yesterday. Last week, you spoke at the Israeli embassy and, in a show of solidarity with the Jewish minority, said, “I, too, am a Jew.” It is laudable for the President to embrace citizens of all colors and religious viewpoints as being part of “one American family” and to caution citizens not to be “bystanders to bigotry.” But there is one U.S. minority that has been consistently excluded from such notice: nonreligious Americans.

“We respectfully invite you, in your final year in office, to do something no American president has ever done: reach out to secular America. Such attention from the Office of the President would demonstrate that freethinkers, atheists, agnostics, secular humanists and rationalists are accepted citizens. As you pointed out in your first inaugural address: “We are a nation of Christians and Muslims, Jews and Hindus — and nonbelievers.”

For designation as a minority, this group of “freethinkers, atheists, agnostics, secular humanists, and rationalist” have successfully worked to remove God from the public square, out of government and into “phobia” status.  Yet, these individuals feel unwelcome.  From where many sit, it would appear these groups are getting way more concessions than others.  And one can guess they probably believed the Liar-in-Chief Hussein Soetoro when he claimed “I, too, am a Jew.”

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