I guess it's not enough that he used the National Prayer Breakfast to make a campaign speech, now he's even using Christ as a campaign prop akin to Warren Buffet's secretary. Funny I don't recall reading the 'tax the rich' narrative in either the Old or New Testament. If you'll recall the Stephanopolous interview when the topic of faith was raised Obama said to GS "you mean my Muslim faith?" which caused an assuredly panicked Stephanopolous to whisper "Christian faith, Christian faith". "Oh yeah, right, my Christian faith". This would tend to explain his being unfamiliar or seemingly uncomfortable quoting the Bible. I think what he liked most about Jeremiah Wright's church was Wright's radical-left racist politics; the rest was just window-dressing. Personally I care much less whether the man is Christian or Muslim; what I find really abhorrent is that he is prostituting the Almighty to get himself re-elected. Imagine the outcry from the left if either Gingrich or Romney were to say that God is on their side! And if he's such a man of 'faith' as he now claims and really starts each day with a prayer I would suggest he say one for the innocent babies that survive the abortionists' butchery; yes those very same ones that he VOTED to be left unattended on a medical tray to DIE. The gall of this man is nothing short of astonishing. As for 'what would Jesus do' I don't much care because I wouldn't vote for him for POTUS. And as for taxing the rich, or anyone for that matter, let us recall Ben Franklin who so wisely said "it would be considered a hard government indeed that would tax its people one-tenth part".
"If a nation values anything more than freedom, it will lose its freedom; and the irony of it is that if it is comfort or money that it values more, it will lose that, too." --English playwright and author W. Somerset Maugham (1874-1965)