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National Day of Prayer Usurped in hopes to not offend: Why has the current USA Executive Administration done this?

In 1952 President Truman established one day a year as a”National Day of Prayer.”

In 1988President Reagan designated theFirst Thursday in May of each year as the National Day of Prayer.

In June 2007 (then) Presidential Candidate Barack Obama declared that the USA “Was no longer a Christian nation.”
[Note: The USA never was a ‘christian nation.’ It has historically been heavily populated by those who follow the Christian faith.]

In 2009, President Obama canceled the 21st annual National Day of Prayer ceremony at the WhiteHouse under the ruse of “not wanting to offend anyone” I guess it doesn’t matter if “some” are offended by a WH sponsored national prayer event that is inclusive and others are not.

BUT… on September 25, 2009 from 4 AM until 7 PM, a National Day of Prayer FOR THE MUSLIM RELIGION was held on Capitol Hill, beside the White House. There were over 50,000 Muslimsin D.C. that day.

The National Day of Prayer established by Presidents Truman and Reagan was set aside for all religions and all peoples of the USA to pray for the blessing and prosperity of their nation.

In not wanting to offend Islam, President Obama appears to offend all other religions or belief systems in the USA.

Note the next national meeting for Jummah [or Friday prayers] is October 15th.
This is not a Rumor – Go to the website To confirm this info: ( http://www.islamoncapitolhill.com/ )

Islam, like all other religions in the USA, may peacefully observe their religion in accordance to their religious practices; unless those practices violate the rights and privileges of other USA citizens as guaranteed by the US Constitution and the various State Constitutions.
~Muslim should note that in the USA, Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof. In the USA the legal right to worship as you chose is established by the US Constitution as a protection for all the USA citizens to ensure they may worship or observe religion as they chose; even if they choose not to observe any religious practice at all.

There are religions on Earth that have as part of their religious requirement certain legal and governing practices. Those certain religious legal and governing practices that are athwart or against or crosswise with the US Constitution may not be practiced in the USA – where respect for individual liberty and freedoms is law. In those religions that are incompatible with the USA form of government, practitioners should consider going to another part of the world where totalitarian religious practice might be tolerated.

The US Constitution guarantees freedom of religion, and many other freedoms, at the cost of tolerance of others being able to likewise have the same freedoms; and recognitioin of others rights under the US Constitution.

In the USA, the rights of its citizens end where the rights of another citizen’s rights begin: that is individual sovereignty.

The National Day of Prayer was a brilliant and inclusive idea brought about and sanctioned by two US Presidents in hopes to unify, rather than separate, the great peoples of the USA. The current US Executive Administration seems to be on a course for disunity and separation. I pray it is not so.

Take a moment every day and recall this simple, little prayer:
“Almighty God, we acknowledge our dependence upon Thee, and we beg Thy blessings upon us, our parents, our teachers and our Country.”

And if you are of those who choose to have no religious practice then think on how you can aid parents to be better successes, teachers to be better successes, and our country – the USA – to be a better nation.

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