President Obama's peculiar attitude toward religion and his animosity toward public expressions of religious faith are so conspicuous that they are a cause of concern to many Americans. He seems to want to redefine the First Amendment to be limited to "freedom of worship" (which means you are free to pray in church after you close the doors, but not to mention God in any public place or event). Obama made history on Inauguration Day by explicitly referencing "non-believers" in his speech, the first time in history that any President had done so. On more than one occasion, Obama has said that the United States is "not a Christian nation." He has repeatedly misquoted the Declaration of Independence by excluding the word "Creator" from the famous phrase that declares that all men are "endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights."
It's no wonder that public opinion surveys consistently show that many Americans doubt that Obama is a Christian, and that many think he is a Muslim.
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