President Obama censors 'Creator' from Declaration again
For the third time in just over one month, President Obama has refused to include any mention of the "Creator" in his recitation of the Declaration of Independence.
The Founders believed that "all Men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights, that among these are Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness."
Repeatedly now the president has simply said Americans are endowed with certain rights, but persistently refuses to acknowledge with the Founders that these rights are a gift from God.
He stripped God from our founding document on Sept. 15 (video here) when speaking to the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute.
He did it again on Sept. 23 at a fundraiser in New York City. And he did it yet a third time on Monday night at in Rockville, Md. when speaking to Democratic Senate candidate donors.
"This can no longer by any stretch of the imagination be considered unintentional or accidental, " said Donald E. Wildmon of AFA Action.
"President Obama is deliberately stripping our Christian heritage from us right before our very eyes.
"If our rights do not come to us from God, they come to us from government. And what government gives, government can take away. President Obama has taken a long stride on the path that leads to tyranny and ruin, " said Wildmon.
If you would like to contact President Obama and urge him to put the Creator back where he belongs - in the Declaration of Independence and in the public life of America - the phone number to the White House is 202-456-1111.
Don't forget that we have an election of historic importance coming up in just two weeks.
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