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Is President Obama a Christian?

No.   But you will never hear that from him, his family, or his staffers.

Is President Obama a Muslim?   No.

President Obama is a human being that has the intelligence to know that you need to “say your a Christian” to get elected to the office of the President of the United States.   Before Obama was Bush.  Bush was not more a Christian than Osama Bin Laden.  George Bush Sr. knew that if George W. Bush was not known as a Christian then all of his past would come back to haunt him.  A few years before George W. Bush ran for President, his father flew the famous Reverend Billy Graham to Texas to “convert” George W. Bush.  With that act George W. Bush was able to get the entire Christian base in America behind his candidacy.

History has already proven that George W. Bush never converted to Christianity.  He has no Christian ethics, morals, or inclinations of any type.  His presidency did more damage to America’s reputation than any President before him.  Assassinations, threats to world leaders and even war was waged by George W. Bush in order to increase his wealth.  He is now living as one of the richest men in the world from all the deals he cut while President, all because of one call to Billy Graham and the price of a jet aircraft.

In the Presidential Race against John Kerry, it was the Christian vote that put George Bush in office.  In a recent NEWSWEEK Poll, Americans said they believed in God by a margin of 92 to 6—only 2 percent answered “don’t know”—and only 37 percent said they’d be willing to vote for an atheist for president. (That’s down from 49 percent in a 1999 Gallup poll—which also found that more Americans would vote for a homosexual than an atheist.)   The same Christians that were fooled by George W. Bush’ conversion also thought that John Kerry was not a Christian.  The truth is that neither man is a Christian, but George W Bush did a better job at selling them and thus won the Presidency.

So now you understand that saying your not a Christian is enough to lose a political race in America.  That is why almost every candidate says they are Christian.  However, you will never likely see another United States President who touts his Christian faith like Jimmy Carter did in the 70’s.  The reputation of American Christians is in the toilet.  Every candidate in the near future will be required to claim Christianity as their faith, but not flaunt it.  It is a tightrope act that most American voters demand.  Christians are not hard to fool, but each candidate will be required to claim the faith in order to win the race.

On the flip side, most Agnostics and Atheists hold Christianity in contempt for its centuries long history of violence, theft, and racism.  If a candidate wishes to garner this rapidly growing segment of the voting population, they must keep their religion low key.  President Obama was brilliant at this tactic during his campaign.  He successfully fooled the Christian voters without losing the Agnostic and Atheist voters.  His opponent John McCain was an outspoken Christian.  His constant mention of his superstition caused a high percentage of educated voters to lose respect for him and to judge his ability to lead our country.  It is one of the factors that lost him the race.

So now you understand that by being an outspoken Christian you can lose the race just as easily as being an Atheist.  There are exceptions to this rule, but they are exclusively in poor, uneducated parts of our country.  As a country, and as a planet, we are rapidly boxing in religion.  The more we become an educated species the more religion is limited to only uneducated third world countries.   This is why you will only see Christianity growing in poor, uneducated nations.  The rest of the world has thrown it out with the trash.

Watch for the question on Obama’s religion to pop up every once in a while.  The uneducated will continue to believe he is the anti-christ, and the educated will always watch to make sure he does not show signs of being superstitious.


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