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Christopher Baker, 374/14 National Day of Prayer proclaimed ---------------------------------------- i knew this was somewhere in the house but couldn't find it. it is the ultimate insult to the Constitution in George Bush's continuing and valiant attempt to 'Christianize' your government. Federal Register: Vol. 56, No. 24, Tuesday, February 5, 1991 Title 3-- Proclamation 6243 of February 1, 1991 The President For a National Day of Prayer, February 3, 1991 By the President of the United States of America A Proclamation [this odious As one Nation under God, we Americans are deeply phrase was placed mindful of both our dependence on the Almighty into the Pledge and our obligations as a people He has richly of Allegiance in blessed. From our very beginnings as a Nation, 1954 to fight we have relied upon God's strength and guidance godless communism. in war and peace. Entrusted with the holy gift it is constantly of freedom and allowed to prosper in a great repeated in hopes light, we have a responsibility to serve as a that it will seem beacon to the world--to use our strength and inevitable.] resources to help those suffering in the darkness of tyranny and repression. [Thanks to Bush] Today the United States is engaged in a great struggle to uphold the principles of national sovereignty and international order and to [by getting them defend the lives and liberty of innocent people. killed?] It is an armed struggle we made every possible effort to avoid through extraordinary diplomatic efforts to resolve the matter peacefully, yet--given no choice by a ruthless dictator who would wield political and economic hegemony over other nations through force and terror--it is a just struggle we wage with conviction and [this helps?] resolve. Our cause is moral and just. However confident of our purpose, however [by taking up the determined to prevail, we Americans continue to sword?] yearn for peace and for the safety of our service men and women in the Persian Gulf. With these great hopes in mind, I ask all Americans to unite in humble and contrite prayer to Almighty God. May it please our Heavenly Father to look upon this Nation, judging not our worthiness but our need, and to grant us His continued strength and guidance. May He watch over and support the courageous members of our Armed Forces, their loving families, as well as the forces of those nations that have joined the [which we ain't coalition to liberate Kuwait and to deter got here?] further Iraqi aggression. Today, as we turn our hearts toward Heaven, let us also pray especially for those brave and selfless military personnel who have earned their final rest in the arms of God. Let us ask [lucky them? the Him to strengthen and console their families, ulitmate reward of and let us remember all those innocent the death cult civilians, wherever they may be, who have been worshippers?] afflicted by this conflict. [nice selective "All this being done, in sincerity and truth," quoting of an as President Lincoln once wrote, "Let us then atheist who rest humbly in the hope authorized by the Divine considered things teachings, that the united cry of the Nation 'Christian' a will be heard on high, and answered..." by scheme"?] Almighty God, our refuge and strength, our rock and our salvation. [a complete and NOW THEREFORE, I, GEORGE BUSH, President of the total perversion United States of America, by virtue of the of both the spirit authority vested in me by the Constitution and and the letter of laws of the United States, do hereby proclaim the Constitution February 3, 1991, as a National Day of Prayer. I which contains not ask that Americans gather in homes and places of a single word worship to pray for members of Operation Desert about any 'god'?] Storm; for their families; and for all those innocent persons, wherever they may be, who suffer as a result of the conflict in the [redundant, too?] Persian Gulf. I ask that prayer be made for American military commanders in the region and for the forces of other nations that have joined in the coalition to liberate Kuwait. I also urge [wants to subvert the American people and their elected the rest of the representatives to give thanks to God for His government, too?] mercy and goodness and humbly to ask for His continued help and guidance in all our endeavors. Let us pray this day, and every day hereafter, for peace. And may God keep this [that's his plan?] country as one great Nation under Him forever. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand this 1St. day of February, in the year of our [whose' lord'?] Lord nineteen hundred and ninety-one, and in the Independence of the United States of America the two hundred and fifteenth. [signed] George Bush muffins frosted? hair standing up on the back of your neck? did YOU vote for this chucklehead? for shame! wake up before it's too late. [sigh]


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