You’d think if there was the president could show a little unity, it would be a prayer breakfast. Nope. He managed to slam Christians with his comments. It’s so, so bad.
"On Easter, I do reflect on the fact that as a Christian, I am supposed to love. And I have to say that sometimes when I listen to less than loving expressions by Christians, I get concerned. But that's a topic for another day," Obama said.
"Slamming Christians at his prayer breakfast," Glenn said.
"Seriously when he wants to say something nice about Christians, it's hollow and lifeless and emotionless. When he wants to bash them, he's excited, he's smiling, he's laughing. It's so clear about how he actually feels about these things. He can't hide it anymore," Stu said.
On the other hand, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom David Cameron gave a speech that was actually pretty touching.
"Easter is a time for Christians to celebrate the ultimate triumph of life over death and the resurrection of Jesus. And for all of us, it's a time to reflect on the part that Christianity plays in our national life. The church is not just a collection of beautiful old buildings. It's a living, active force doing great works right across our country," Cameron said.
"When people are homeless, the church is there with hot meals and shelter. When people are addicted or in debt, when people are suffering or grieving, the church is there. I know this from the most difficult times in my own life, that the kindness of the church can be a huge comfort. Across Britain, Christians don't just talk loving thy neighbor, they live it out in faith schools, in prisons, in communities. And it's for all of these reasons that we should feel proud to say, this is a Christian country."
Check out Glenn's analysis of both speeches below: