But he’s not.
President Barack Obama has chosen Joshua DuBois to lead his White House-based effort to steer federal social service dollars to religious charities and get them more involved in government anti-poverty efforts.
DuBois, a political strategist who was religious affairs director in the Obama campaign, will head the President’s Council for Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships, a senior administration official said. The official spoke on condition of anonymity because the announcement had not yet been made by Obama.
Obama said during the campaign that he wanted to expand White House faith-based efforts begun under former President George W. Bush.
But while he endorsed Bush’s initiative to give religious groups more equal footing when getting federal funding, he also promised to tweak it.
How about tweaking this abomination out of existence?
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