Good find Gene.
Barton searches for quotes that he can spin into his paranoia that Christians and Jews are discriminated against by Obama. When one is looking for a conclusion, one sees it in every corner.
Even granting his conclusion (Obama is anti-Biblical) -which I do not grant -, Barton is not practicing the greatest Biblical principle namely Love your neighbor. Love perseveres all, it does not keep a record of wrongs.1st alleged anti-Biblical statement
said during his campaign.
Barton wrote:April 2008—Obama speaks disrespectfully of Christians, saying they “cling to guns or religion” and have an “antipathy to people who aren't like them.” 
OBAMA: Here’s how it is: in a lot of these communities in big industrial states like Ohio and Pennsylvania, people have been beaten down so long, and they feel so betrayed by government, and when they hear a pitch that is premised on not being cynical about government, then a part of them just doesn't buy it. And when it's delivered by -- it's true that when it's delivered by a 46-year-old black man named Barack Obama (laugher), then that adds another layer of skepticism (laughter).
But -- so the questions you're most likely to get about me, 'Well, what is this guy going to do for me? What's the concrete thing?' What they wanna hear is -- so, we'll give you talking points about what we're proposing -- close tax loopholes, roll back, you know, the tax cuts for the top 1 percent. Obama's gonna give tax breaks to middle-class folks and we're gonna provide health care for every American. So we'll go down a series of talking points.
But the truth is, is that, our challenge is to get people persuaded that we can make progress when there's not evidence of that in their daily lives. You go into some of these small towns in Pennsylvania, and like a lot of small towns in the Midwest, the jobs have been gone now for 25 years and nothing's replaced them. And they fell through the Clinton administration, and the Bush administration, and each successive administration has said that somehow these communities are gonna regenerate and they have not. So it's not surprising then that they get bitter, they cling to guns or religion or antipathy to people who aren't like them or anti-immigrant sentiment or anti-trade sentiment as a way to explain their frustrations.
Note he said “religion” not Christianity.
Barton shows his hypersenstivity. Obama was showing his understanding of people’s frustration.
The Christianty Today author Sarah Pulliam Baily shows her politicizing:
A political storm is brewing over Sen. Barack Obama's recent statements. Last Sunday, Obama was explaining his difficulty with winning over working-class voters in Pennsylvania and the Midwest, saying they have become frustrated with economic conditions:
"And it's not surprising then that they get bitter, they cling to guns or religion or antipathy to people who aren't like them or anti-immigrant sentiment or anti-trade sentiment as a way to explain their frustrations," Obama said.
She just had to say Obama was having 'difficulty winning over working class voters in PA and the Midwest'. BTW Obama did win PA and the Midwest.http://elections.nytimes.com/2008/results/president/map.html
Now has Obama done what he said he would do (green above)? Not really. But in fairness the atmosphere has not been very conducive to change. Corporations, Lobbyists, Republicans and many Democrats have seen to that. http://www.voterocky.org2nd alleged Anti-Biblical statement.
right after taking office rescinding some of what Bush put in place in his last days of office.
Barton: February 2009—Obama announces plans to revoke conscience protection for health workers who refuse to participate in medical activities that go against their beliefs, and fully implements the plan in February 2011. 
Article Barton supplies as support: The Obama administration has changed a George W. Bush provision that was created to allow health workers to opt out of services they find objectionable on religious grounds, Rob Stein of the Washington Post reports. The change maintains the provision that allows workers to refrain from performing abortions.
The Health and Human Services Department eliminated nearly the entire rule put into effect by the administration of President George W. Bush during his final days in office that was widely interpreted as allowing such workers to opt out of a broad range of medical services, such as providing the emergency contraceptive Plan B, treating gay men and lesbians and prescribing birth control to single women.
Calling the Bush-era rule "unclear and potentially overbroad in scope," the new, much narrower version essentially leaves in place only long-standing federal protections for workers who object to performing abortions or sterilizations. It also retains the Bush rule's formal process for workers to file complaints.
Barton exaggerates. Thou shall lie.
Do you think Jesus would treat a gay man or lesbians? He treated lepers and ministered to an adulteress. And as Cathy has pointed out there are several other reasons to take birth controls pills. And there is no real prohibitions about contraceptives in the Bible (Song of Solomon may have actually sanctioned it). So how has Obama been painted as “Anti-Biblical”. Only in Barton’s and his ilk’s minds.
I think I’ll stop there. Barton does more harm to the Biblical witness than Obama.
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