While Christians across America were preparing for the Christmas holiday, the Obama administration threw its sympathies and support to those who oppress Christians in the cradle of Christianity – Bethlehem and elsewhere.
The move by the Obama administration to abstain and not veto an anti-Israel United Nations Security Council resolution, unprecedented in American-Israeli relations, provides a strong hint of why Americans voted for change in November.
Because, despite President Obama’s relatively high approval ratings, there has been a deep sense that something is fundamentally wrong in the country and that the ship of state needs to be pointed in a new direction.
This dissatisfaction, I think, starts with a loss of clarity of what our country is about. This flows directly from our leadership, which starts with the person who sits in the Oval Office.
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