Another slap in the face to Catholics from the Obama Administration.

That Obama has no love for the True Church aided an abetted by "progressive" Catholics can not be denied, from submitting pro-abortion "Catholics to the Vatican, to speachifying at Notre Dame to covering the Cross at Georgetown this president has insulted the faith at every turn. Now he makes war on the Catholic School Children. This administration which calls itself the administration of inclusion is excluding religious schools from the Easter egg roll at the White House.

Once again I am compelled to say to those Catholics who voted for this man-made-god, "How's that change going for ya?"

Persecution, makes the Church grow.

Obama Excludes Private and Catholic School Children From Easter Egg Roll Ticket Giveaway

Wednesday, March 24, 2010
By Penny Starr, Senior Staff Writer

District of Columbia Public Schools Chancellor Michelle Rhee receives an Easter basket filled with 3,000 reserved tickets to the annual White House Easter Egg Roll from U.S. Education Secretary Arne Duncan at a press conference in Northeast Washington on Tuesday, March 23, 2010. (CNSNews.com/Penny Starr)(CNSNews.com) – The Obama administration announced on Tuesday it has reserved 3,000 free tickets to the annual White House Easter Egg Roll for students in D.C.-area public and charter schools, but not for children who attend private or parochial schools.

Why exclude children in private and parochial schools, asked the father of a parochial school student at Tuesday’s press conference where U.S. Education Secretary Arne Duncan and District of Columbia Mayor Adrian Fenty announced the ticket giveaway.

“These tickets are from the White House to public schools, and we’re appreciative, but there may be other things unrelated to this press conference,” Fenty responded. “That’s a great question.”

The 3,000 reserved tickets will be distributed to students at 11 public schools in D.C. and a few others in Virginia and Maryland. Children at private or parochial schools in the Washington metropolitan area may attend the April 5 event, but only if they are among the people who registered for an online lottery system, by which the remaining free tickets -- an estimated 27,000 -- will be distributed


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