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You really have to love the folks at WorldNutDaily.  They seem to be looking for something, anything to make it look like Obama isn't a true American.  Well, the latest effort suggests that Obama was already being trained to be a fifth columnist as early as 11, by way of a church he attended.  I'm not kidding.

While Obama's membership as an adult in the controversial Trinity United Church of Christ has received widespread media attention, almost nothing has been reported about his Sunday school attendance at First Unitarian, a far-left activist church that may have helped provide the president's initial political education.

First Unitarian, a member of the Unitarian Universalist denomination, served as a sanctuary for draft dodgers and was strongly tied to the Students for a Democratic Society, or SDS, during the time Weatherman radical Bill Ayers was a leader in that organization. The Weathermen was an offshoot of the SDS.

Oh, the horror!  So just because Obama was a member of a church that had ties to SDS when he was a kid, he's a traitor.  

The rest of the article is full of button-pushing for the winger fringe.  Honolulu First Unitarian played a role in founding a Hawaii chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union, and years earlier helped found a chapter of the League of Women Voters.  Among bumper stickers typically found in the church parking lot are "No War" and "If you want peace, work for justice."

Incomprehensible?  Well, remember, among WorldNutDaily's reader base, libruls are supposedly closet traitors.

Originally posted to Christian Dem in NC on Sat Jun 20, 2009 at 09:31 AM PDT.

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