… and nonbelievers
And with this little inclusive term, President Obama managed to piss off the nation’s fundagelicals. Yes, how dare he admit that people that have actually read the Bible exist! Of course, to non-bigots Barack’s speech was about as controversial as a vanilla cone (cake cup, of course … waffle cones can get a little messy). The focus of the comment was some sort of “we’re all stronger for our differences” type of thing, but apparently a few people think our differences are a nuisance.
Bishop E.W. Jackson of Exodus Faith Ministries said:
The overwhelming majority of Americans identify as Christians, and what disturbs me is that he seems to be trying to redefine who we are
Boy, this asshole really can’t stand it that other people are different from him, can he? He claims that others were
perplexed and put off by the president’s shout-out to nonbelievers
Perplexed? Really? They were perplexed that some people don’t believe in the god-fairy? Do these shut ins ever leave their church?
Jackson doesn’t seem to have a problem with Jews, though. Probably only because it’s out of vogue.
Obviously, Jewish heritage is very much a part of Christianity
He should tell that to a Jew. See if they agree. They don’t accept Jesus as divine, you know. They think he was a fraud. Therefore all Christians would be people worshiping a charleton as god. Which is pretty much what atheists think. Huh, I guess we’re not so different.