|Melissa Scott should be on TV|
President Obama doesn't need to step foot in a church to find spiritual inspiration -- it comes directly to his BlackBerry.
Blago preaches a lot.
In the past year, the president and his advisers have faced occasional but persistent questions about one of the most visible expressions of one's faith: picking a church. The Obamas have yet to pick one after separating from their longtime church in Chicago in 2008. At the time, Obama publicly split from the church's now retired pastor, the Rev. Jeremiah Wright, following a controversy over videos capturing Wright's incendiary sermons that nearly derailed Obama's presidential campaign.
I won't go as far as Limbaugh and say that " . . . Obama tweets God and God answers back," no, I won't go that far at all. I will say that B. Hussein Obama has officially dropped one rung below television preacher. What happened to his White House Marxist Spiritualist Jim Wallace? Now we have this new guy, his e-mail preacher Joshua DuBois.
These named advisors, from Reverand Wright to Joshua DuBois are all self-identified Christians. Where is Obama's Islamic advisor Mazen Asbahi? Wait, he was the old one, thrown under the same bus as Jeramiah Wright. Who is the new one? Is Obama in touch with imam Feisal Abdul Rauf via BlackBerry?
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