From World Net Daily:
The Obama administration sought to ban baby Jesus from the executive mansion as part of its plans for a “non-religious Christmas,” according to a participant at a White House luncheon.
In its Dec. 4 issue, the New York Times published an article highlighting accomplishments of Desirée Rogers, the new White House social secretary.
Rogers, a woman who markets what she refers to as the “Obama brand,” is responsible for every event that takes place in the White House.
“Her job is to carry out the vision of the president and first lady, and to make their social events reflect their sensibilities,” the Times reported.
As part of that mission, a participant at a White House luncheon for former social secretaries said Rogers announced that the Obamas were planning a “non-religious Christmas.”
The Times called the announcement “hardly a surprising idea for an administration making a special effort to reach out to other faiths.”
The luncheon conversation purportedly shifted to whether the Obamas planned to display the traditional 18th century White House crèche. Since 1967, past administrations had featured the nativity scene as a centerpiece of the East Room. It was donated to the White House more than four decades ago and made in Naples, Italy, of terra cotta and carved wood.
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