The Mormons Posthumously Baptized Obama’s Mom

President Obama’s mother, Stanley Ann Dunham, considered herself a spiritual person, but she wasn’t a member of any particular religion.  She sure as hell didn’t consider herself a Mormon.

But why should her own beliefs and wishes stop the Mormon Church from baptizing her?  Posthumously, of course, since they never would have gotten her when she was breathing.

They baptized her on June 4, 2008.  That’s the day after her son won enough delegates to be the Democratic nominee.

Can you think of a greater assault on someone’s religious freedom than baptizing them after they’re dead?

The Mormon Church in America should benefit from the First Amendment, not overrule it.

 

3 comments on “The Mormons Posthumously Baptized Obama’s Mom

  1. Roni Jordan says:

    If they do that to me I’m coming back to haunt them.

  2. TAO says:

    Oh Good Grief. I read that thinking you cannot be serious – but then I remembered they do that.

    Really good point about First Amendment.

    I’d be so damn angry if someone did that to my mom. WOW! TACKY, TACKY, TACKY.

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