"Members of the Congressional Prayer Caucus have written to President Obama asking him to correct a speech he gave in Indonesia incorrectly replacing the nation's motto of 'In God We Trust' with 'E pluribus unum'," reports WorldNetDaily.
Good for them. Because with each passing day, it becomes more apparent that the current occupant of the White House has next to nothing in common with founding genius of the American experiment in human liberty.
For freedom is founded upon the Creator, not upon the state nor upon "diversity," even when proponents of "diversity" try to co-opt phrases such as "E pluribus unum" ("Out of many, one") for their own extremist agendas.
Yes, as a statement of governmental unity and diversity, it is true: Out of the many individual States, we Americans affirm the framework of national unity. But again, under God the Creator, not under Washington and not under the "diversity" of a language-manipulating president seeking to impose an alien philosophy upon a free people.
The stakes could hardly be higher. For without the Creator of the Declaration to provide a unity around the diversity, the result in law, government, and society is not "One," but chaos.
The real-world result is not "diversity is our strength," but "diversity is our downfall" -- into unfreedom, weakness, and inhumanity. And then the need for national authoritarianism to keep a society divided by political hatreds from devouring itself.
This is the trajectory of Obamaism. This is the direction of Obama's attempt to impose his private values upon the rest of us, exchanging a society based upon the Creator for submission to an increasingly inhumane national state.
Obama's philosophy is an extremist departure from the defining and enduring mainstream of American liberty. America will not begin to be restored until politicians like him and philosophies like his are nowhere near the levers of power.
If the stakes are high, the choice is clear: Obamaism is slavery. The Creator is freedom.