Not a bad assessment. It might explain a lot about Obama's seeming demonstrations of antipathy toward Christians and their religious symbolism. Remember Obama's decision to be a prayer day no-show at the National Day of Prayer last year? The Washington Times wrote that Obama distanced himself from the National Day of Prayer by nixing a formal early morning service and not attending a large Catholic prayer breakfast the next morning.
Obama did sign a proclamation honoring the day, but deigned not to grace either event with his presence. Not to worry said White House flack Robert Gibbs, the president is simply reverting back to pre-Bush administration practice. I guess they wanted to blame that on Bush too.
And then there was the time when, Georgetown University Hid Religious Symbols at White House Request. It seemed that the president's White House staff asked the Catholic University to cover up all "religious symbols" during Obama's speech at Gaston Hall last year. The offending symbol which Georgetown University administrators happily covered up for Barak, while our "man of faith" as Marc Lamont Hill describes him, addressed an enraptured audience on his "economic recovery plan," was the Latin inscription for the name of Jesus Christ.