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Obama Attends Church AFTER Perry Criticizes His Attack on Religion

Obama campaigns at a church earlier this year
(Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

Never one to miss a political opportunity,  the Obama family attended church Sunday, just days after  a hard hitting Perry campaign ad criticized Obama’s “war” on religion.

Critics are saying it’s no coincidence that the Obama family, who has not publicly attended church since April 11 (Easter), wound up in St. Johns Church, not far from the Capitol, last Sunday.  The Perry campaign ad showed the Governor of Texas lamenting that children cannot pray in school, celebrate Christmas, and gays may openly serve in the military.  He also said you don’t have to be in the pew every Sunday to realize something is wrong.  Perry vowed if elected to end Obama’s war on religion.  Some coincidence that the first Sunday after Perry’s ads broke in Iowa, and were seen nationwide on YouTube, that Obama attends church.   You decide.

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