Cryptogon nailed it.
Here's what he had to say about President Obama removing Jesus from his Georgetown University speech:
"Nice pyramid symbolism though. I didn’t even notice that at first, but because of the nature of the story, I took a closer look at the picture that went along with it. And…Boo! I threw the lines on there to make it stand out a bit more. See the story for the original."
Obviously a coincidence (wink, wink).
The full text of the speech is here, in case anyone is interested.
Via: NBC Washington:
Amidst all of the American flags and presidential seals, there was something missing when President Barack Obama gave an economic speech at Georgetown University this week — Jesus.
The White House asked Georgetown to cover a monogram symbolizing Jesus’ name in Gaston Hall, which Obama used for his speech, according to CNSNews.com.
The gold “IHS” monogram inscribed on a pediment in the hall was covered over by a piece of black-painted plywood, and remained covered over the next day, CNSNews.com reported.
More: Pics of the Boarded up Pediment
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