Obama gives the 2009 commencement speech at Notre Dame University.
1The fool has said in his heart, There is no god. They are corrupt, and abominable in their iniquities; and there is no one who does good.
2God looked down from the skies on the sons of men to see if there were any that understood, that sought god.
3Every one of them has gone astray; they have altogether become filthy; there is no one who does good, no, not one.
4These people no longer recognize evil; they have consumed my people like bread; they have no respect for god.
5There, they feared where no fear was; for god has scattered the bones of hypocrites; they have been ashamed, because god has despised them.
6Who out of Zion will give salvation to Israel? When god brings back the captivity of his people, Jacob will rejoice and Israel will be glad.
Headlines for this date began at least 1 week early, when Alan Keyes was arrested on the Notre Dame campus for trespassing. He was there, along with other pro-lifers to protest the planned May 17, 2009, commencement address of President Obama to the Catholic student body.
A website has also been set up to elaborate the problems of Obama visiting this apparently formerly Christian university. The website points out that Obama's pro-death stance puts him on par with Herod.
55 Catholic bishops have similarly protested to University President Jenkins, over his selection of Obama as the commencement speaker. Obama embodies enough anti-christian positions that he should not be allowed on campus, but instead the University is having the righteous arrested.
The text of this Psalm, see verse 4, addresses the problem of identifying evil. This is the problem that this University's administration is having, and that the public at large has with Obama.