This guy’s entire life might be a lie, further upsetting Barbara Walters, that no, Obama isn’t the Messiah.

Via White House Dossier.

President Obama and his family skipped church this Christmas, despite issuing a call last week for Christians to remember the religious aspect of the holiday and not overdo the commercial. But he also spent a good amount of time with members of the armed forces serving in Hawaii, invoking the spirit of Christmas, even if not within a church.

The Obamas had attended church on Christmas each of the last three years they were in Hawaii.

Ten days ago while taping the annual “Christmas in Washington” special, Obama spoke of the birth of Christ, asking Americans not to forsake Jesus as they exchanged presents.

Every year, we mark the holiday season with celebrations and good cheer. And I should remind my girls that I like getting Christmas presents as much as anybody. (Laughter.) But this is also a time to remember the story of a child born to two faithful travelers on a holy night, long ago.

Obama played golf until late Afternoon Tuesday and then spent much of the holiday with his family. Christmas morning, the Obamas “gathered around to open up their Christmas gifts and sing carols,” according to the pool report.

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  1. Maynard says:

    It struck me as weird that Obama proclaimed the traditional pardoning of the Thanksgiving turkey by making the Sign of the Cross. Try to imagine him mocking Islam or some pagan ritual or anything other than Christianity that way.

  2. AlThumbs says:

    Obama as a Pendingcostal… Refusing to ‘punish’ his daughters with the wrong kind of gift… The Magi missed me last time. I’ll outlaw that happening again..

  3. Shifra says:

    When I was a kid, growing up in Washington DC, I remember that there would be a picture in the Washington Post, every Monday, of the President of the United States and his wife leaving church, shaking hands with the minister after Sunday services. A lovely tradition.

    And now?

    It’s gonna be a l-o-n-g three more years… 🙁

  4. oualdeaux says:

    I’ll think of where he was, just give me a minaret…

  5. Kitten says:

    This photo reminds me of when Mooch said: “All this fuss over a flag.” OBummer: “All this fuss over a Jewish kid.” No more pretending necessary, folks.

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