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Non-Stop Obamanations

Jun 3, 2009

It should be clear by now that Barack Obama is America’s most pro-abortion President ever. It should be equally clear that he is also the most-pro-homosexual President of all time. If anyone doubts this, his latest act of madness should remove all doubt. Obama has just declared June to be Gay Pride Month.

More specifically, he wants all of us to celebrate and promote June as LGBT Pride Month. For those not in the know, this stands for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender. Obama said this in the proclamation: “I continue to support measures to bring the full spectrum of equal rights to LGBT Americans”.

But of course he is being disingenuous here. Homosexuals as individuals already have the very same rights as any other American. What Obama wants to do is grant special rights to homosexual couples. He wants, in other words, to destroy marriage and family in order to placate a militant and vocal minority group.

So what the American leader really wants his citizens to do is spend a whole month celebrating a high risk and dangerous lifestyle. Imagine if a world leader anywhere proclaimed June to be drink-driving appreciation month. Or tobacco pride month. Or promiscuity awareness month.

We know full well that the homosexual lifestyle is far from something to celebrate, endorse or encourage. HIV/AIDS is simply one of many very real health risks associated with this lifestyle. Would any politician dare to promote other equally harmful lifestyles?

How in the world can the leader of the free world sink so low, and so cater to activist minority groups, that he is going to devote an entire month to promoting such a lifestyle? And this is the guy who tried to persuade evangelical Christians that he was one of them just prior to the election.

Of course he fooled many along the way. Now we are stuck with one of the most blatant social engineers and ideological activists to reside in the White House. He seems intent on destroying the nation, and many people don’t even seem to give a rip. I thought that those who were elected as President of the United States swore to preserve and protect the country, not commit national hari kari.

Moral decline has always been a chief means by which a nation has gone under. Obama seems especially intent on hastening this process. Has he learned nothing from the lessons of history? Does he not care at all that a once great nation is rapidly going down the gurgler?

And the really amazing thing is how quickly the West has embarked upon this course of collective suicide. Radical activists of course will say the change of thinking concerning homosexuality and other activities is a sign of progress and enlightenment. The truth is, it is a sign of regress.

Not all that long ago most people were in agreement that this was a dangerous lifestyle which should not be paraded or glorified. Consider these words, for example: “Even in purely nonreligious terms, homosexuality represents a misuse of the sexual faculty and, in the words of one…educator, of ‘human construction.’ It is a pathetic little second-rate substitute for reality, a pitiable flight from life. As such it deserves fairness, compassion, understanding, and, when possible, treatment. But it deserves no encouragement, no glamorization, no rationalization, no fake status as a minority martyrdom…”

So who said that? Some redneck religious fundamentalist? Not quite. It was uttered by Time magazine, Jan. 21, 1966. The times are a changin’ alright. But not all change is good. Much change is a step in the wrong direction.

And in such times of marching the wrong way, those who want to turn around a ship headed to its destruction will appear to be obscurantists and troublemakers. As C.S. Lewis once put it, “When the whole world is running towards a cliff, he who is running in the opposite direction appears to have lost his mind.”

But we need a whole lot more folk who appear to have lost their mind. They are vitally needed in a day and age in which governments and our ruling elites have completely lost their moral marbles, and are wandering around pushing every latest foolish and destructive cause.

No nation can last long in a state of moral asphyxia. More than ever we need leaders with some moral backbone, not spineless wonders who are fixated on political correctness and are addicted to the praise of social demolition crews.

I for one will not be celebrating this June. I will be grieving for a nation which has lost its way, and for a leader who is more concerned about placating noisy minority groups than defending the national good.

www.boston.com/news/nation/articles/2009/06/02/obama_ushers_in_gay_pride_month/

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37 Responses to Non-Stop Obamanations

  • Jim Nelson Black in his book “When Nations Die,” says that the decline of great empires follow three predictable trends to their final death.

    (1)Social Decay
    (2)Cultural Decay
    (3)Moral Decay

    Looks like that the pretty boy messiah of the liberal left, Barack Obama, is out to fulfill the final trend by totally wearing away all the stigma associated with homosexuality. While only five minutes in office he made shure that infanticide would continue without restraint. Now he is showing his blatant disregard for the opinion of the majority of the American people by forcing them to endure a month of horror and revulsion.
    Nino Suraci

  • Thanks Nino

    Yes it is a very good book indeed, and yes, Obama is recklessly forcing Americans to embrace this risky lifestyle.

    Bill Muehlenberg, CultureWatch

  • I suppose given Obama’s track record he will declare the following month to be “Muslim awareness” month or is that starting tomorrow with his Egypt speech?

    Ewan McDonald.

  • Bill,

    Another great article once again. It’s a shame to look on the MSM networks and see how many comments made on their websites that do not support the Pro LGBT view are being censored.

    I have one problem that I have when people attack my views on homosexual marriage. They argue that “why should we disallow same sex marriage from ‘destroying’ its cultural and ethical values when divorce rates between opposite couples are so high already? Not to mention that rules have evolved regarding interracial marriage, and some societies allow polyamory”.

    This always catches me off guard and I was hoping that you would be able to help clear up my uncertainties on this issue.

    Many thanks, my regards,

    Hew Sandison

  • This is the most disappointing thing to come from a bloke who looked at least half decent. I agree we need to mourn the decline not only of the US but the whole west. It looks like a looming fight between Gays and Muslims over the corpse of the church. But don’t write the Holy Spirit off yet…
    They real key is for us who name the name of Jesus to do some serious praying and stand up for what we believe in.
    Jon Newton

  • Thanks Hew

    The short answer to your first query is two wrongs don’t make a right. Yes heterosexual marriages and relationships are often brittle and fractured. That then means we should do all we can to shore them up, not introduce more disintegrative forces. And as I have argued elsewhere, when you redefine marriage to include all sorts of other combinations, you of necessity weaken it. To argue that marriage should mean anything means that it means nothing.

    The ban on interracial marriage has of course absolutely nothing to do with eschewing same-sex marriage. The former has to do with a man and a woman (which is what marriage is about), but skin colour was raised as an artificial obstacle. Same-sex marriages violate the very nature, definition and purpose of marriage.

    As to polygamy, so what? Some societies allow slavery, infanticide and racism. Should we therefore legalise and/or approve of those behaviours? And the number of truly polygamous societies is very small indeed.

    So none of their objections amount to much.

    Bill Muehlenberg, CultureWatch

  • Thanks Jon

    Yes quite right. Humanly speaking, things look pretty grim. But the Christian believes that total defeat is not possible, and that God will prevail in the end. Of course he calls us to be his foot soldiers. We all must roll up our sleeves and both pray like mad and work like mad for those things which we hold near and dear. We can’t let all this go without a fight.

    Bill Muehlenberg, CultureWatch

  • This is not meant to be personal criticism of Jon Newton, for his remark that Obama loooked to be half decent. Jon has a lot of company from many people in the community. With respect, I must say that a man can’t be half decent anymore than a woman can be half pregnant.

    The infatuation of a lot of people with Obama was, in my opinion, a chance for them to show, in no uncertain terms that they definitely were not racist, a condition which has replaced adultery as number one in a no-go area, in our new “enlightened” community. As I have followed US politics since I was very young, I had no illusions over Obama. You can judge people by noting the type of company they keep.

    I saw Obama as the complete phony, who came to power in America in a similar fashion to the way Kevin Rudd fooled Australians into voting for him. In both cases, they encounted no opposition from the media, who even made excuses for any bad news, which emerged.

    Obama plans to destroy America to the extent that he will change the country for the worse and he has a lot of big money behind him from such people as billionaires in America and in the Middle East. The latter having financed his campaign illegally from two foreign countries.

    B. Hussein Obama had $600million to play with, in the lead up to the election.
    Frank Bellet, Petrie Qld

  • Excellent post, Mr. Muehlenberg.

    Dr. HL Willmington, in his “Guide to the Bible,” points out a common factor among early societies’ downfalls: “The sin of homosexuality is usually the final stage in those civilizations which turn from God.” How accurately this describes America.

    Heather Jansen, Oregon, USA

  • Commissar Obamov is also the most socialist, given that he is now the de facto ruler of General Motors:

    “This week, the president [declared], ‘What we are not doing — what I have no interest in doing — is running GM.’ It was during the same speech in which he announced that the federal government was forcing GM into bankruptcy, deciding what creditors should get (regardless of what bankruptcy law says), and taking a 60 percent stake in the company.” —columnist Jacob Sullum

    “Obama is fond of calling upon Americans to make sacrifices — or rather, he is fond of forcing Americans into sacrificing themselves at a time and place of his choosing. Heroic sacrifice requires volunteerism, or at least an element of extraordinary choice; Obama’s sort of sacrifice … names the time and the place, and you are expected to put your neck on the altar.” —columnist Ben Shapiro

    “The Constitution of the United States set out to limit the powers of the federal government, but judges have greatly eroded those limitations over the years, and the dispensing of bailout money has allowed the Obama administration to exercise powers that the Constitution never bestowed.” —economist Thomas Sowell

    “By definition, government that works will be limited because government will not reach into areas in which it has no constitutional business.” —columnist Cal Thomas

    “When government gets this intertwined with the private sector, when it makes decisions not based on neutral economic criteria but by what is at best guesswork about the allocation and valuation of vast amounts of capital, bailout favoritism and crony capitalism are inevitable.” —political analyst Michael Barone

    Jonathan Sarfati, Brisbane

  • After Obama’s support for abortion laws, his giving of overseas aid for abortion and his previous statements supporting rights for homosexuals I must say that this latest development is not surprising.

    Mind you, Australia is not far behind.
    Here in Australia we have a federal government that has given overseas aid funding for abortions, a Prime Minister who has endorsed the homosexual mardi gras and a government Minister, Penny Wong, who says she is a committed Christian but is also a practicising lesbian!

    Jenny Stokes

  • Dear Bill,
    Looks like Obama is capitulating to the homosexual lobby which dominates the US press as it does here too! The National lesbian and gay journalists assoc. in America has its president working at the Dallas Morning News, one vice president working at CNN another working at newsday. The treasurer works at the New York times and the secretary works for USA today. Looks like a conspiracy to promote homosexual values in the press to me! Fortunately, we as Christians know the truth, and He just happens to be a man-Jesus Christ. the truth always wins out in the end. “your kingdom come, your will be done!” So, yes, there is perversion of the truth out there as there was in Jesus’ day. Remember Pilate asking Jesus “what is truth?”Surely one of the first cases of relativism recorded. Chins up everyone with eyes and hearts open to hear! Jesus is coming soon! What is happening is a sign of the good to come! Come Lord Jesus!
    Busy, resting in THEM(Father,Son and Spirit)
    Lou d’Alpuget

  • Jonathan Sarfati, he might be technically the ‘most socialist’ in a while. This, however, is not worthy of much attention. Take a look at the figures:

    http://correspondents.theatlantic.com/conor_clarke/2009/06/what_socialism_looks_like.php

    Nino, Bill, Obama is ‘forcing’ no one to anything.

    Bill, Jenny, you have every right to voice your argument. You should be congratulated for standing your ground without compromise and fighting for what you believe in. This is undeniably honourable. You arguments, however, are weakened by your character judgements of Obama and his supporters. By inferring that he is not a Christian, you are making a very dangerous claim. I don’t mean to be polemic, but you must acknowledge that Christians are Christians even if they don’t fit into your conservative category. If you do the reverse of dignifying your opponents (and I don’t care what you think about them personally) then only your core constituents will pay any serious attention to what you write.

    Murray Bentham

  • Oh, and using the term ‘Obamanation’, a word pioneered by the KKK, really doesn’t go far to help your argument, either.
    Murray Bentham

  • Here’s a snippet of Peter Harvey’s mailbag on Sixty Minutes on the pro gay “Two men and a two babies” report on 30/05/09.

    (On the subject of anyone being able to obtain a baby, i.e. singles, gays etc.)

    Harvey: “But most of you found that concept very confronting.”

    (First letter)

    “We’re sending a message that this type of behaviour is acceptable, when all its doing is damaging and warping the sanctity of marriage.”

    Harvey: “But then,”

    (Second letter)

    “Which would you rather, an alcoholic mother having kids to her junkie boyfriend, or two loving adults, who just happen to be gay, raising children who are planned-for and wanted?” (Imagine heaps of resolve in his voice as he reads)

    Harvey: “No contest I would have thought!”

    So Harvey prefers gays over alcoholic mothers with junkie boyfriends. Behold the perfect argument!

    The saddened faces of those poor Indian women didn’t look alcoholic or drug affected to me.

    Anthony McGregor

  • Thanks Murray

    It is quite true that only God ultimately knows those who are his, so none of us can speak with absolute certainty on these matters. However, the discussion does not end there. Jesus said ‘you will know them by their fruit’. If someone claims to be a Christian, yet his fruit are clearly not in line with biblical truths and values, then one has every right to question where this person is at.

    Jesus – and the writers of the NT – had much to say about this. Let me finish with just one such passage (Matt 7:15-23):

    Watch out for false prophets. They come to you in sheep’s clothing, but inwardly they are ferocious wolves. By their fruit you will recognize them. Do people pick grapes from thornbushes, or figs from thistles? Likewise every good tree bears good fruit, but a bad tree bears bad fruit. A good tree cannot bear bad fruit, and a bad tree cannot bear good fruit. Every tree that does not bear good fruit is cut down and thrown into the fire. Thus, by their fruit you will recognize them. “Not everyone who says to me, ‘Lord, Lord,’ will enter the kingdom of heaven, but only he who does the will of my Father who is in heaven. Many will say to me on that day, ‘Lord, Lord, did we not prophesy in your name, and in your name drive out demons and perform many miracles?’ Then I will tell them plainly, ‘I never knew you. Away from me, you evildoers!’

    Bill Muehlenberg, CultureWatch

  • Well-chosen passage, and wise words there. Then I suppose we have to look at biblical truths. I wouldn’t for a moment suggest you believe any president was completely perfect or completely evil, but the nitpicking of issues ensue. Do we question the governments who wrongly go into war, when this collides with the beatitude praising peace? I suppose some issues are deemed to be more important than others.
    Murray Bentham

  • Murray Bentham,
    this is the declaration of the president of the US;

    “NOW, THEREFORE, I, BARACK OBAMA, President of the United States of America, by virtue of the authority vested in me by the Constitution and laws of the United States, do hereby proclaim June 2009 as Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Pride Month. I call upon the people of the United States to turn back discrimination and prejudice everywhere it exists.”

    Hey Murray, It’s true Bible believing Christians that he is targeting as the ones who are discriminating and prejudiced.

    Furthermore, Christians are only Christians if they fit the Bible’s description of a Christian. Obama doesn’t.

    Nino Suraci

  • Thanks Murray

    Of course no government is perfect just as no individual is perfect. All are a mixture of good and bad; all contain a blend of some things which are closer to core biblical values, and some things which are further from them. And ultimately only people, not governments, can be labelled as either Christian or non-Christian. But that is not the real issue here.

    If someone claims to be a follower of Jesus, then we have numerous biblical tests to help us decide whether this in fact is the case. There are theological tests (what beliefs they affirm or deny) and behaviour/character tests (the sort of life they are living). Both are vitally important, and both give us very real clues as to whether one is or is not in fact a true believer. That is why Paul gives this command, “Watch your life and doctrine closely” (1 Tim 4:16).

    We are certainly called to test ourselves and make sure we are on the straight and narrow: “Examine yourselves to see whether you are in the faith; test yourselves. Do you not realize that Christ Jesus is in you—unless, of course, you fail the test? And I trust that you will discover that we have not failed the test” (2 Cor 13:5-6).

    But we are also called to keep an eye on our brothers. We are to urge one another on in these areas. So if a very public figure like Obama parades his Christian faith (especially before an election) but then lives a life which seems to belie this (as in the policies he promotes), then we have every right to at least challenge him, and hold him to account.

    So is Obama a true follower of Jesus Christ? I cannot say for certain. But it would be very hard to argue that he is based on so many of his actual decisions as a politician.

    Bill Muehlenberg, CultureWatch

  • Murray, let me put this proposition foward: suppose someone claimed that they’re anti-Nazi and oppose Hitler. However, the person in contradiction with the principles of anti-Nazism supported the Nuremberg laws and provided political and monetary assistance to the Nazi regime. Would you suppose from his actions that he is in fact opposed to Hitler or is rather a charlatan and conniving liar?

    Similarly when you have someone who claims to be Christian and yet is in opposition to fundamental Christian principles one would have to conclude that the man’s professed Christianity is contradictory and dishonest.

    I would have a lot more respect for Obama if he repudiated Christianity and converted to atheism or a religion which is consistent with his convictions. I even suspect that Obama’s ‘Christianity’ is not even because of honest conviction but simply politically expedient to his presidency.

    As I have said previously a Muslim, atheist or agnostic who recognises the sanctity of human life and marriage is in far greater knowledge of Christ and dare I say more Christian then any supposed ‘Christian’ who denies these fundamental tenents.

    F. Trpimir Kešina

  • Murray, the issue is whether the president who CLEARLY went wrongly into war recognises and acknowledges his wrong-doing. If he were to deny that he was wrong then one would question his being a Christian. Similarly, if one were committing adultery that does not mean that he ceases to be a Christian, however, if he were then to justify such actions and not repent of his sin then his professed Christianity would be null and void.

    Obama is someone who’s not merely in the wrong but then goes on to justify and deny any wrong-doing hence placing his professed ‘Christianity’ as tenuous at best.

    F. Trpimir Kešina

  • Sorry for my segmented responses, however, I just looked into Murray’s socialist link.

    Have you ever heard of the ‘Third-way’ Murray – it’s the primary economic philosophy of most of the modern Left. It’s basic essence is to use free-market capitalism to achieve traditional Leftist causes such as ‘redistribution of wealth’ (a euphemism for the redistribution of poverty), welfarism etc. So modern day socialism is not defined in terms of state ownership of capital vs. private ownership of capital but is rather defined in light of tradition Leftist values. In Obama’s own words to “Joe the Plumber” he admitted his committment to this type of socialsim.

    But perhaps you do have a point. Obama policies are heading towards the merging of the corporate and the government. Maybe fascism is a more appropriate term for the direction Obama is taking the USA.

    F. Trpimir Kešina

  • In keeping with a theme of these comments…

    Historian Will Durant, writing in 1939, compiled “The Morals of Decay” in his study on the decline of Ancient Greece (Book 5, Part II). Sound familiar?

    • People, especially educated ones, have rejected traditional religion.
    • Cults from the East have been accepted.
    • Astrology is practiced.
    • Patriotism has declined.
    • Men practice manners which have previously been considered effeminate.
    • The upper class is consumed with the pursuit of pleasure.
    • Education stresses knowledge more than character, and produces masses of half-educated people.
    • Public athletic games have turned into professional contests.
    • Homosexuality is popular.
    • Men who want to watch dances by unclad women do not have to go far to find them.
    • The dramas of the day are full of seduction and adultery.
    • A women’s liberation movement has brought women into active roles in a previously male-oriented culture.
    • Motherhood is devalued, and the bearing of children is viewed as an inconvenience.
    • Abortion is commonly practiced, as well as infanticide.

    Peter Grice
    Think Christianity

  • I hardly think it Is “nitpicking” to highlight Obamov’s pro-death and pro-homosexual policies and statements, as Murray Bentham suggests. I mean, what will it take for some Christians to admit that Obama is not the saint some of them think he is? Does he have to proclaim himself the Antichrist or something?

    I read or heard it somewhere recently of a Pastor in the USA who remarked that the discernment of the evangelical Christian Church in America is at such a low ebb, that if the Antichrist were to show up today, many evangelicals would follow him. I think he’s right.

    Ewan McDonald.

  • Ewan, it’s not nitpicking, agreed. It’s outright obsession. I understand you feel strongly about these issues. And for people like you, it seems to be more important than anything else. I think we need to engage in dialogue. The polemic antics of both sides of the debate aren’t helping.

    “Aha!” I hear you cry, “But Murray, Obama is extremely pro-death and has overturned a Bush policy of not funding foreign groups that participate in abortion!” He did overturn it, true.

    What we don’t hear loudly in the conservative, or even mainstream media is news such as Obama extending Bush’s faith-based policies. Just as some on this website would suggest socialism is not necessarily just correlated with government ownership of enterprise, abortion is not necessarily just correlated with its legality. Obama could have gone bells-and-whistles as he has gone on announcements to do with energy, credit cards, etc. He’s not being particularly showy about it. We don’t hear how pregnancy is a social issue, we don’t hear about attacking the problem at its, for use of a pun, conception.

    And, of course many will be deceived by the Antichrist. I don’t have time for those who include Obama in the same sentence. Just as I had no time for those who did so with Bush’s name.

    Murray Bentham

  • F. Trpimir Kešina, I almost forgot about you, too! My apologies. I’ll debate with you when you agree to write without invoking Hitler and fascism.
    Murray Bentham

  • Thanks Murray

    No one is saying that everything Obama is doing is wrong or unChristian. But much of it is, maybe most. And with all due respect, I must call your bluff on “Obama extending Bush’s faith-based policies”. Many of the new members of his White House advisory council for faith-based issues are primarily pro-homosexual, pro-abortion and even secular appointees. They are Obama-clones, in other words, reflecting his radical minority worldview, not those of most Americans or most Christians. Thus your plus for Obama turns out to be a major minus. So I am afraid you will have to think up some other area in which he is promoting a decidedly biblical pro-Christian agenda in his administration.

    Bill Muehlenberg, CultureWatch

  • Murray, I’ll stand by my use of Hitler and fascism. I don’t see any different between the Holocaust and abortion and at least in terms of economic theory I believe I was justified in saying Obama’s policies are closer to economic fascism then socialism.

    F. Trpimir Kešina

  • Bill, the amusing thing is you are as funny as you think you are. I stand by my claim. If you want to call my bluff, who are these people? I suppose we must disagree when I believe it’s beneficial to have a variety of opinions.

    Trpimir:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Godwin's_law

    Murray Bentham

  • Thanks Murray

    But I simply call your bluff yet again. You are the one making the reckless claims, so it really should be you to back them up. The names are a matter of public record. Why don’t you know them Murray? But to spare you further public embarrassment, I simply post one link, this one from a homosexual website boasting about the members appointed by Obama’ team: http://glaadblog.org/2009/04/08/assessment-of-white-house-faith-based-council-members/

    Bill Muehlenberg, CultureWatch

  • Again you are too kind. I fail to see what the problem is with this list but, then again, I’m just another blinkered Obama supporter. Thanks for the link.
    Murray Bentham

  • Thanks Murray

    The issue is not so much whether you support Obama, but whether one can reconcile the incessant push by Obama for homosexuality and abortion rights – among other things – with his claim to be a biblical Christian.

    Bill Muehlenberg, CultureWatch

  • Murray, the reason why I and most conservatives talk as if the issues of abortion and homosexual activism are more important than most others, is because they are more important than most others. I shouldn’t have to explain why abortion as a life and death issue involving the slaughter of innocent life on a massive scale, is of more importance than say something like man-made global warming even if that were a real rather than a pseudo-problem.

    And homosexual activism, apart from posing a very real threat to religious freedoms in general and the religious freedom of Christians in particular, threatens the very foundational institution of society, namely the family. Undermine the family and you undermine the very fabric of society. Once that happens, all the trendy social-justice type issues don’t matter much anymore.

    I didn’t mention Obama and the Antichrist “in the same sentence.” In fact I didn’t even mention them in the same paragraph. I don’t have much time either for those who constantly speculate about the identity of the Antichrist. I was simply pointing out that the level of deception required for Christians to support Obama, is no less than that which would be required for them to support the Antichrist.

    Bill said to you that “No one is saying that everything Obama is doing is wrong or unChristian.” I’m not saying that either, but I would say that almost everything Obama is doing is wrong and unChristian. In fact I’m having a hard time even thinking of one thing Obama is doing that is better or more Christian than the previous administration. And it’s not as if I was that impressed with the last administration either.

    Ewan McDonald.

  • Murray, lets compare:

    In the US alone 50 million defenceless, dependent and innocent human beings have had their bodies mutilated like rag dolls.

    In fact it’s worse then the Holocaust, so my apologies for using an insufficient analogy for a phenomenon which is incomparable in its evil.

    F. Trpimir Kešina

  • Obama Nation’s Low View of Christianity
    by Robert Knight, 8 June 2009.
    Jonathan Sarfati, Brisbane

  • Murray, it is true that we should be careful with claims that Obama is the Antichrist when comparing him with the Biblical Antichrist that represents Satan. From a conservative Christian biblical worldview, it must be said however, that Obama does resemble, at times, actions and beliefs that are “anti” Christ in character. Anything that does not uphold and promote the teachings of Christ should be seen as “anti” Christ.

    The issue with Obama promoting the Pride Month is that it’s ethically wrong. He chooses to promote and highlight the things that will gain him most notoriety and votes like most polititians. If he was to have ethical standards, he would not have promoted Pro Abortion and yet call for and end to Whaling.
    Maybe he should promote Paedophilia Month or Bestiality Month, because if that’s how people are sexually orientated, then lets give everyone equal opportunity!! Pardon my sarcasm.

    If you are going to go down the track of equal opportunity, then where do we stop? Obama is picking and choosing to support various issues that clash with each other

    Lucas King

  • As if declaring June LGBT “pride” month wasn’t bad enough, Obama who refused to host a White House function for the national day of prayer, hosted a “pride” event for 300 homosexual activists.

    At this event Obama paid special honour to homosexual activist Frank Kameny. Kameny smears Christian conservatives as “Christianofascists” and says “gay is godly,” even though he’s an atheist. Kameny also wrote that bestiality is OK “as long as the animal doesn’t mind.”

    See the full report from Americans for Truth about homosexuality here.

    Ewan McDonald.

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