President Obama is in complete denial when it comes to those that oppose his liberal policies. His response is to go after those that think he's not Christian, that he was not born in the USA, that Glenn Beck was able to stir up people during uncertain economic times.
Regarding his religion, what it appears is that he was opportunistic with his choice of a church. He's just as much white as he is black, but he leveraged his black side. His Trinity United Church of Christ is a predominantly black church with extreme liberal postures.
His criticism of Glenn Beck is a natural response for someone that is in somewhat of a corner. His administration's policies have been rejected by the masses. The good thing for him (bad for most) is that they have been invoked and are law. Overturning them is an uphill climb, if at all possible.
Christians, regardless of denomination, should embrace Beck's call for national revival or a religious rebirth. Instead, for the libs, all we get is complaints that the rally took place at the same place MLK gave his "I have a dream" speech. That somehow this was sacrilegious.
We do have a dream. A dream to see America return to its founding values. Obama has slowly gone out of his way to coddle untraditional American values. Many have noticed his coddling of non-traditional American values, Islam seemingly trumping Christianity, big government becoming more mainstream, and taxation without true representation (representatives clearly going against the will of their constituencies).
We have willingly relinquished freedom disguised as progress. Obama is just the latest and current spokesperson. It started with FDR and has continued ever since, with only a few lulls in between. Hopefully well get another lull in November.