Remember when President Obama introduced his “My Brother’s Keeper” mentoring program by completely misinterpreting the Bible verse from which the name was taken? (Jerry Bowyer at Forbes has an excellent analysis, noting that “There are lots of things that people think are in the Bible, but really are not.”)
The president, in Nashville today to sell his executive action on amnesty, adopted an uncharacteristically religious tone, even managing to work the Christmas story into his immigration reform pitch somehow.
The president also had a few scratching their heads when he referred to the good book’s advice not to throw stones in glass houses.
The Book of POTUS, obviously.
One positive from Pastor Obama’s preaching to the choir in Nashville; he did acknowledge that the United States has borders, and clarified again that he’s not an emperor who can erase lines at will.
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