And here we have the latest faux freakout from Jim Hoft, who has been dubbed the dumbest man on the internet, who offers up a guest post by someone using the name Patch Adams clutching their pearls over President Obama not saying “God bless America” during his short 4th of July video.
As Obama’s term as President is slowly nearing its end, more and more of who the man is, and what he truly stands for, is beginning to seep out.
For instance, President Obama released his 4th of July weekly address for 2015 with one key ingredient missing: God.
Unlike his weekly addresses during the previous two years, where the President concluded his speeches with “God Bless You All” (2014) and “So, God bless You All. And may God bless The United States of America” (2013), Obama left out any mention of God in his recent address. Instead, this year, he chose to end his speech with a very politically correct, “Thanks, everybody. From my family to yours, have a safe and happy Fourth of July.”
Oh yes, dear me yes. That’s just so “politically correct” to wish everyone a safe and happy 4th of July. This is an outrage, an outrage! It just reveals that Obama is…well, something bad, I’m sure. Of course, Obama did quote from the Declaration of Independence:
We remember as well that this is the day when, 239 years ago, our founding patriots declared our independence, proclaiming that all of us are created equal, endowed by our Creator with certain unalienable rights including the rights to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.
This is how it works on Planet Wingnuttia: When Jefferson mentioned the “Creator” in the Declaration of Independence, he obviously was referring to Supply Side Jesus, the Republican version of Jesus, and this is proof that liberty is limited only to those things that their fundamentalist interpretation of the Bible would allow (never mind that Jefferson quite explicitly says the opposite over and over again during his lifetime). But if Obama quotes that passage it’s proof that he’s an atheist Muslim Antichrist, or something. Don’t you feel better knowing that?