From BuzzFeed, we have this Obama quote:
"And I think to myself, if I’m willing to give something up as somebody who’s been extraordinarily blessed, and give up some of the tax breaks that I enjoy, I actually think that’s going to make economic sense. But for me as a Christian, it also coincides with Jesus’s teaching that 'for unto whom much is given, much shall be required,'" Obama said, noting Jewish and Islamic teachings say much the same thing.
Incredibly, in this statement, we see a man so out of touch with the message of Christ, that he thinks "to whom much is given, much is required" is statement that goes to taxation policy. In contrast, as a committed abortionist freak, he thinks nothing of the admonition against murder or of the notion that we are to be the protector of the weak.
A man who orders the name of Jesus covered over (University of Georgetown – 2009) knows nothing of Christ and cares nothing of the Nazarene’s theology. While many of you do not care about this point, still, it is relevant because of Obama’s pretence to be a Christian.
The man got his message from 22 years of listening to the Black Liberationist, Jeremiah Wright and his message of social justice, a Black Jesus (not Jewish), and his unmitigated angst against the "white man's religion." Obama quotes no other theologian. His so-called theology, a scatological construct, if you will, is a product of Wright's black biases and his own convoluted reminiscenings as to what he has heard from others. He is hardly a student of the faith he claims to represent.
Understand this: no Christian would ever order the name of Jesus, symbolic construct or not, to be covered over. If he did not want that name to appear on the wall behind him, he should have moved to another part of the Georgetown stage. There is no excuse for this sort of thing. He is the first and only president to do such . . . . . . . and the liberal minded idiots at the Jesuit college allowed this to be.
Obama, Jesus' name and Georgetown: