President Obama gave his weekly radio address, one devoted to Thanksgiving, by praising U.S. service members and volunteers at shelters and soup kitchens.
The president outlined the many ways that Americans were coming together and the various things he was thankful for, but not once thanked God.
Obama is president of this country, but he rejects the American presidency -- for that authority is ultimately rooted in, and limited by, a real Creator who is the center of gravity of human rights and human freedom.
In contrast, Obama rejects that Creator and instead derives his power from electoral nose-counting. And whoever runs his teleprompter.
An authentically American president is one who affirms in public and in private, in policy and in philosophy, the vision-for-freedom set forth in the content, blood, and sacrifice gathered up and represented in our nation's Declaration of Independence.
This is our philosophic vision, and the current White House Occupier appears to have no use for it.
For that vision is centered on the Creator. It is not based on so-called "equality" but on being "created equal," which logically entails the existence of a God over and above the state, the natural order, and even the lofty Mr. Obama himself.
Nor is our nation founded upon Obama's divisive religion of class hatreds and class warfare, on cults of "diversity," on gender as a social construct, or on the latest "values" from secularland. And that includes "luck," Mr. Obama.
What this guy's secular sermon this Thanksgiving teaches us is that we don't have an authentically U.S. president. Instead, we have a phony, a pretender.
It's a turkey, not a president. And if it quacks like a turkey, it's not an eagle.
Mr. Obama may be a great dad and wonderful husband. And apparently he can shoot a hoop.
But as president he is in America, but not of America. The sooner he and his ilk are out of power in America, the better.