A Nurse With Attitude

Where Dark Cynical Humor, Nursing Issues, and Politics Seem to Merge

Just a Thought

In 1952,  President Harry Truman establishes one day a year as a “National Day of Prayer.”

In 1988,  President Ronald Regan designated the first Thursday in May as the Official Day.

In 2008,  President Obama declared that the United   States was no longer a “Christian nation.”  That same year the President canceled the 21st annual “National Day of Prayer” ceremony at the White house.  The President claimed that,  because this day was established by Christians, it was technically  a Christian ceremony and because of this,  it could be considered too offensive to continue as a national celebration.

On September 25, 2009,  A National  Day of Prayer for the Muslim Faith was held at the White House.  There were over 50,000 Muslims in DC that day.  He celebrated that day with them.  He prayed with them. Unlike a lot of the liberals out there, I am a tolerant man.  I will allow the president to practice his faith in any way he chooses to.  But don’t mess with mine or, “in the name of tolerance,” don’t prevent me from practicing my faith.

I guess it doesn’t matter if “Christians” are offended by this event.  Christians and even Jews obviously don’t count  anymore in America.

With the current understanding that the standard belief in the Muslim faith,  is that if Christians and Jews cannot be converted to Islam, then they must be annihilated.   It’s not hard to see the new direction that this country is headed.  I believe that everyone (who is not a Muslim) should be real nervous.

Just a thought




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