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Video: Gov. Palin Discussed Faith on National Day of Prayer

Posted by Adrienne Ross on May 7, 2010

By Adrienne Ross –

Governor Palin appeared on “The Factor” last night to discuss the National Day of Prayer and the hellish conclusion by Judge Crabb that observing it is unconstitutional. The governor focused on something perhaps the good judge doesn’t seem to comprehend: America’s Judeo-Christian foundation.

She also acknowledged the freedom Americans have to practice whatever religion they choose. In other words, the National Day of Prayer doesn’t impose a particular religion on anyone, so what’s the problem?

The problem, of course, is the all-out attack on faith and people of faith. As the governor stated when talking to Bill O’Reilly, tolerance needs to work both ways.

(H/T C4P)

One Response to “Video: Gov. Palin Discussed Faith on National Day of Prayer”

  1. Again Sarah Palin hit the ball out of the field. She spoke, from a genuine desire to keep the fundamental belief, that many feel the same way as her. Also I will have to say that Sarah is one person Bill O’Reilly, refrains from interrupting very often, and that is a good thing.

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