Speaking of Obama as Bush 44

Speaking of Obama as Bush 44 June 18, 2013

One point of continuity between Bush and Obama is the habit of backing regimes that slaughter Christians. .Christopher Hitchens, the Purest Neocon, once praised Bush with these words: “George Bush may subjectively be a Christian, but he—and the U.S. armed forces—have objectively done more for secularism than the whole of the American agnostic community combined and doubled.”  He meant the damage inflicted on Muslims.  But Hitchens is now dead and it is Christianity, not radical Islam, that has largely been the recipient of the slaughter.  And, like so many other misbegotten policies of the Bush years, Obama has managed to seize on the worst and most destructive ideas and expand on them.  So, for instance, how does he deal with the problem of Al-Quaeda in Syria?

Why, by arming them, of course!

The one, absolutely consistent, result of our foreign policy under Bush and Obama has been the systematic extermination of the Church in lands where Christians have lived for 2000 years.

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