Chuck Todd admits theory: Obama ripped Christians on purpose because he hates National Prayer Breakfast

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February 9, 2015

NBC News political director and “Meet the Press” host Chuck Todd has a theory on why President Obama slammed Christians at last week’s National Prayer Breakfast, by telling them to “get off [their] high horse” and remember the atrocities committed centuries ago in the name of Christ.

“I have my own theory,” Todd told Random House executive editor Jon Meacham, when Meacham wondered why Obama felt compelled to bring this up at all. “He’s not a big fan of the prayer breakfast, I think, and he almost enjoys creating a rhetorical debate.”

  • Terry Rushing

    If Obama indeed has no use for the prayer breakfast why would he not simply decline the invitation? It seems to me that he is once again attempting to ram his ideas into the faces of those who don’t agree with him. It seems to me that his whole approach is “because I say so.”

  • NHConstitutionalist

    Maybe if he brought in his prayer rug and lifted his ass*ter to allah
    he might take more kindly to it. Just bring in a shag carpet and save
    the need for tables and chairs, pass around bowls of kibby and Mr.
    phone and pen can wail to the east to his ego’s content with rest of his
    camel loving brotherhood of satan’s cult.

    Honestly, who needs him at a prayer breakfast? Hold it anyway without the arrogant Islamist riding in on his high asss/donkey.

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