Oh… My… Creator! Have you seen what Barack Obama just did? He just admitted to the entire world that he is an atheist who hates God and is therefore unfit to lead our nation and almost certainly probably worships the Devil!
It's true! I mean, what other way can you interpret the fact that, while quoting the Declaration of Independence, he left the words "by their Creator"?
On Friday evening, when President Obama addressed the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute, he quoted that passage as follows (on the clip at 22:30): "We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal [pause], endowed with certain unalienable rights: life and liberty, and the pursuit of happiness."
In Obama's version, there is no "Creator."
Only two plausible explanations spring to mind. One is that President Obama isn’t very familiar with the most famous passage in the document that founded this nation; that even when plainly reading from a teleprompter,* he wasn’t able to quote it correctly. The other is that President Obama doesn’t subscribe to the Declaration’s rather central claim that our rights come from our "Creator" (also referred to in the Declaration as "Nature's God" and "the Supreme Judge of the World").
Well, that's it. What further proof do we need? The guy is obviously an America-hating atheist jihadist. I mean, can you even imagine what it would mean for the nation if our basic civil rights as citizens were a mutually-agreed-upon moral code devised by by rational people for the good of the whole and not laws thrust upon us by a man who lives up in the sky and hides from us whenever we try to look for him?
That was a rhetorical question! Don't imagine that! Don't imagine it! Simply allowing that thought to cross the threshold of your consciousness means the terrorists have won.
* Little Green Footballs is claiming that the DoI quote wasn't part of the speech as written and was simply ad-libbed. Little Green Footballs? More like Little Red Bookballs, eh? Eh? Eh?
Tags: Atheists, Barack Obama, Declaration of Independence, Religion, Thomas Jefferson