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IT ALL MAKES SENSE NOWThe American Family Association’s Bryan Fischer writes about important religious issues, so of course his attention today has turned to the heathen American Indians who were righteously defeated by the kind, ethical, Christian cowboys. American presidents have traditionally been pro-cowboy regarding this epic struggle. But then Barack Obama got elected. “President Obama wants to give the entire land mass of the United States of America back to the Indians,” Fischer says. “He wants Indian tribes to be our new overlords.” And what’s more, Obama is in league with the U.N., which owns property on the isle of Manhattan (formerly owned by Native Americans), to make this happen.

President Obama likes the “U.N. Declaration on Rights of Indigenous Peoples.” He says it can “help reaffirm the principles that should guide our future.”

The State Department added helpfully that although the declaration is not legally binding, it “carries considerable moral and political force and complements the president’s ongoing efforts to address historical inequities faced by indigenous communities in the United States.”

So here we have a document that never will become international law, but rather is a nice “we’re sorry” to indigenous groups. So: THE INJINS ARE GONNA TAKE OVER ALL OUR PROPERTY, INCLUDING THE PRECIOUS FOUR-WHEELERS OUT BACK IN THE SHED.

I see no reason why the president, after he leaves office, can’t submit himself to the authority of any Indian tribe he wants to. Perhaps he figures that, as an adopted Crow Indian, he will be the new chief over this revived Indian empire.

Perhaps, on the other hand, Bryan Fischer is insane.

This is, of course, an affront to Christmas. Was Jesus born in a wigwam, swaddled in corn husks, and given gifts of tobacco and moccasins by a few Indian lacrosse bros on their way to a cider kegger? NO. Save it for Thanksgiving, Obama. [AFA]

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