The Kenyan is desperately praying to Allah to make things right for him once again.
The White House’s campaign messaging has been all over the place in recent weeks. And contrary to his 2008 promise, the President has come off as more of a divider than a uniter. Not to be confused with President Bush, who was mocked for proclaiming himself the “Decider.”
The Obama team’s trail of message wreckage started with February’s awkwardly handled contraception mandate work around, which, for all the trouble, still leaves some religious organizations paying indirectly for services they find unconscionable.
Then, erupting inconveniently last week was President Obama’s personal “evolution” on gay marriage. Many observers saw the President’s hand forced by discretion-challenged Vice President Joe Biden. What’s most vexing about this iteration of the marriage debate is not the particular stance taken, but the justification as to how one arrives there. Biden baffled us all with the idea that the 1998-2006 sitcom Will and Grace was for him some…
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