Sunday, March 13, 2016

Today in monotheism

Let's step back from the daily grind for a moment and enjoy some long-form work -- say, "Does the President Have a Jesus Problem?" from Fox correspondent Todd Starnes's 2012 epic, "Dispatches from Bitter America":

The White House omitted the traditional phrase "in the year of our Lord" on a presidential proclamation declaring May as Jewish American Heritage Month. Instead, the final paragraph read, "the thirtieth day of April, in the year two thousand ten." This decision marks a significant change in White House tradition. Both President Clinton and President Bush signed similar declarations with the traditional "in the year of our Lord" ending.

Imagine the outcry at Fox if the Kenyan usurper had gotten the year right.



Blogger Theophylact said...

You mean "5770"? Yeah, I can't see why "Jewish-American Month" should be "in the Year of Our Lord" either.

11:07 AM, March 14, 2016  

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