Georgetown Hides Religious Symbols

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    April 14: President Obama speaks about the economy at Georgetown University's Gaston Hall in Washington. The school covered up religious symbols bearing the name of Jesus during Obama's remarks at the behest of the White House.

    Reuters
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    The stage at Georgetown University's Gaston Hall. Clearly visible is the religious monogram IHS, a symbol for the name of Jesus, which was covered up by the university at the White House's behest during the president's remarks there April 14.

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    April 14: President Obama speaks about the economy at Gaston Hall at Georgetown University in Washington. The school covered up religious symbols bearing the name of Jesus during Obama's remarks at the behest of the White House.

    AP
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    April 14: President Obama speaks about the economy at Gaston Hall at Georgetown University in Washington. The school covered up religious symbols bearing the name of Jesus during Obama's remarks at the behest of the White House.

    AP
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    April 14: President Obama speaks about the economy at Gaston Hall at Georgetown University in Washington. The school covered up religious symbols bearing the name of Jesus during Obama's remarks at the behest of the White House.

    AP
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    April 14: President Obama speaks about the economy at Gaston Hall at Georgetown University in Washington. The school covered up religious symbols bearing the name of Jesus during Obama's remarks at the behest of the White House.

    AP

 

 

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