Is this not a Christian Nation?

@mjsdls (1840)
United States
May 6, 2009 10:20am CST
I heard on the news a speech the president had made. He said in his speech thatwe are not a Christian Nation. I was shocked! Do you agree with this statement? I do not. This nation was founded on bibical beliefs.
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@cjsmom (1423)
• United States
6 May 09
I can't believe it..! Of course we're a Christian Nation. We were founded on Christianity. True, that there are those who claim not to be and show it by their actions, but as a whole we are Christians.
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@mjsdls (1840)
• United States
7 May 09
Its good to see you again cjsmom. Its been awhile. Its scary to think of this nation is heading for. Have a great evening.
@goldeneagle (6774)
• United States
6 May 09
Obama does not want the United States to be a Christian nation. He wants to make this a MUSLIM/Socialist nation. He is already trying to enact legislation to lead us towards Socialism. Next, he is going to start showing more and more favoritism towards the muslims as well. It is all part of his plan. He reminds me of Hitler.
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@mjsdls (1840)
• United States
6 May 09
Yes I have thought the same thing. He does remind you of Hitler. Good statement.
@Ozarkgirl (774)
• United States
6 May 09
Of course he would say this, he knows nothing and every time he opens his mouth he is proving this over and over again. This nation, our Constitution, and our Laws are all based and founded upon Christianity. He called himself a Christian, but with a statement like that he makes me and others wonder if he was bluffing even about that to win the election!!
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@mjsdls (1840)
• United States
6 May 09
I agree with you
@photobug (157)
• United States
6 May 09
I didn't hear the president's speech, so I can't respond to what he said. But don't forget that the native American Indians were in this country many years before any settlers from Europe arrived. It's true that many people came to America because they were being persecuted for their religious beliefs, and most of them were Christians. But others came here because of famine, to escape debt, as indentured servants, to find adventure, to find gold, to own land, or were sent here instead of going to prison. America was the land of freedom and opportunity.