Sunday, November 28, 2010

Pagan Thanksgiving at the White House

Barack Hussein made history again - the first ever White House Thanksgiving proclamation that omits God.

The proclamation goes on to call Thanksgiving Day "a unique national tradition we all share" that unites people as "thankful for our common blessings."

"This is a time for us to renew our bonds with one another, and we can fulfill that commitment by serving our communities and our Nation throughout the year," it continues.

All other presidential Thanksgiving proclamations directly refer to "God," "Providence," or another appellation for the divine being.

But Obama's historic decision to avoid directly mentioning God in the Thanksgiving proclamation doesn't necessarily come as a surprise. Earlier this year Obama similarly made history on Inaguration Day by explicitly referencing "non-believers" in his speech, which, according to USA Today, was the first time in history that a President had done so."

Yeah, well, you know what they say when you're ashamed of God.

Good luck with that.

Michelle also had a Thanksgiving message - A one day pass to eat whatever we want.

Here are the wondrous statements from Mrs Messiah, at the end of this UPI article.

Michelle Obama said it's fine to eat what you want on Thanksgiving. "Don't worry about how much you eat. Just enjoy it," she said. "This is the time. Have pie."

Got that? We could have eaten anything that we wanted last Thursday! Why? Because Michelle said we could, that's why! Wow! I wonder if that applied to trans-fats! Does that mean that Happy Meals, with toys, returned to California McDonalds?

Then she said, "have pie". Next thing you know, she'll be saying "let them eat cake!" Oh, joy!!

But... on a serious note, Thanksgiving is over! Does that now mean we cannot eat what we want? Does anyone realize how arrogant these statements are?

I can't wait until these two turkeys are out of our White House!

Rejoice, rejoice, Emmanuel shall come to Thee Oh Israel.


Father JP Vanir said...

That is not so much a pagan thanksgiving as a atheistic or agnostic one. Possibly Unitarian as it allows you to believe in whatever God or Goddess you choose...

Carol McKinley said...

atheism and unitarianism, paganism are symbiotic. Atheism is the severing of the intellect and soul from God and unitarianism and paganism is the transference of the power of creation in various forms which repeatedly violates the first commandment of God Most High during the poor sucker's life who fell into the hole.

Is this you?:

If so, I don't understand the wordsmything. Why not be honest it is the devil you offer your sacrifice to to obtain the power in your sorcery?