Curmudgeonly comments documenting an unsuccessful attempt to remain in the Episcopal Church (USA) and the Anglican Communion at the same time---with some leavening for good measure.
Don't have a Borders nearby, certainly don't feel a pressing need to seek one out. Why put my money into a pit when I can by books from nearly any corner of the Earth at better prices and without the 'baggage' Borders insists I accept with my purchase?
Well, at least the bookstore properly labelled the subject matter.How is it possible to have "separation of church and state" when your own dear leader is a religion?
Of course it's ridiculous, but the placement of books on Obama under the sign "Religion" reflects the decision of a private entity, Borders. This photo says nothing about the new administration itself, which clearly is not advocating the literal worship of the president as a divine figure. The separation of church and state, at least in this instance, remains intact.
Arrgghh, yet another case of crass obamania. I wonder what moniker he'll take since the "Dear Leader" name is already taken?
Jeff,"the administration which clearly is not advocating the literal worship" Are you sure? I am not sure of this at all. There seems to be a total vacuum of "clearly not advocative". I think the tone is hinting at Obama's near diety.
And now we have this proof that the campaign to deify Obama has succeeded among adults, while Borders et al. are doing their best to see that the children will follow . . .