Video: President Obama uses Easter breakfast to take a jab at Christians

President Obama dished out some comprehensive criticism aimed at Christians when he addressed a group attending an Easter breakfast at the White House.

“On Easter, I do reflect on the fact that as a Christian, I’m supposed to love, and I have to say that sometimes when I listen to less-than-loving expressions by Christians, I get concerned,” Obama said to the room of Christian leaders.

“But that’s a topic for another day,” he conveniently added.

Many saw Obama’s ill-timed chastising as reminiscent of his comparing the Christian crusades to Islamic extremism at the National Prayer Breakfast.

“And lest we get on our high horse and think this is unique to some other place, remember that during the Crusades and the Inquisition, people committed terrible deeds in the name of Christ,” Obama said then.

Apparently, the president doesn’t hold his own political base – like the thousands of uber-left gay rights activists who bullied a Christian family into closing their pizza business following an onslaught of online threats – to the same standards as regular, God-fearing Americans.

Folks on Twitter haven’t forgotten any of his religious taunts and weren’t particularly inclined to wait for “another day” to address his Easter jab.

And then there’s that pesky reality that Tweeters keep bring up…

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294 thoughts on “Video: President Obama uses Easter breakfast to take a jab at Christians

  1. JanuarysRose8 says:

    What an a-hole.

  2. gutz22 says:

    Unfortunately we have to suffer almost 2 more years of Barry The Bathhouse Punk. all as a result of the moral cowards & career politicians that make up congress who refuse to honor their sworn oath to defend the consitituion by throughing this POS from office.

  3. John Dickinson says:

    Well, I see the censors deleted comments they didn’t like. Typical right wing hypocrisy.

  4. tbird90sc says:

    “As a christian I am supposed to love”

    What an amazingly meaningless statement. “I am supposed to love” Love what ? Love your Muslim brothers in ISIS specifically targeting and murdering Christians then completely ignoring those facts in a press briefing ? Then to claim to be a Christian. Obama is not a christian, he is an anti-christ. Only things as absurd as this can come out of the mouths of people like Obama.

  5. John Malagrin says:

    To John Pitts: You say you don’t stand with what you call the “Christofascists.” Well, my uninformed friend, our Constitution, Declaration of Independence, and the Mayflower Compact, and our form of Democratic representative government was founded by these so called, “Christofascists to protect our rights and freedoms as well as everyone else’s rights and freedoms from an oppressive government.
    I don’t see any” Islamofascists” who have formed a society in which everyone is free to worship as they please, or have individual freedoms. I don’t see a communist society protecting the rights of the individual.
    No, it is just the big bad Christians who formed a society that is unique in the annuals of history where the individual reins supreme over the collective government ( at least until this Islamic fascist President of ours took rein.)
    You should learn a little history about how you became free to think, act, and believe as you want. You should fall down on your knees and thank God for allowing America to be founded on the principles of Judea/Christian law and beliefs.
    By all means, if you hate this country so much, you are free to leave to another country. Nobody is holding you here.

  6. j_b_spence says:

    I heard that there’s a “Help Wanted” search going on for a German co-pilot for Air Force One.

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