*One thing our president, Barack Obama, knows how to do is stir controversy … especially among and from conservatives.
Oh yes, we know, being America’s first black president has shown that he doesn’t even have to open his mouth for controversy to occur, oh but when he does … and some say that his remarks at the recent National Prayer Breakfast were designed to intentionally to do just that. And tongues are a waggin’ in the aftermath.
Conservative commentator Star Parker (pictured above) sat on a panel at the Breakfast and let’s just say, she was not a happy camper. On her “Hannity” television appearance the other night, she not only called the speech given by the leader of the free world divisive, but coined it, “verbal rape.” It appears Parker took issue with Obama’s stance about how Christianity has been used or misused historically, in doing terrible deeds when he claimed that “people committed terrible deeds in the name of Christ” during the Crusades.
Parker says, “Let me put it in context…because I was in that room and it was frankly verbal rape,” she said. “We were not expecting it, nobody wanted it, it was horrible to sit through and after it was over we all felt like crap.”
Apparently, her skills include determining how everyone in a room of thousands felt, too.
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