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Cameron or Obama: who said it better?

Cameron or Obama: who said it better?

Glenn Beck’s popular conservative news site, The Blaze, praised David Cameron for his Easter message in an article that doesn’t overtly draw comparisons to President Obama’s remarks at the Easter Prayer Breakfast, but which suggests a clear preference for Cameron’s speech.

The Guardian has a very different take, criticizing Cameron and claiming that he’s misrepresenting Christianity and the message of Christ.

What do you think? Did you prefer one address over the other?

Cameron’s speech:

Obama’s remarks (transcript):


Posted by David Streever



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