Mike Huckabee’s commentary on his weekend show is worth watching. It quickly summarizes the war against Christians and Jews in America by liberal governments — and it describes the insanity of our federal government officials in protecting Ebola and Islamic killers. Our “leaders” have lost their minds — and we’re all going to pay for their incompetence and their foolish liberal ideology.
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The United States is back in Iraq, or at least over it, targeting the terror group ISIS in support of the delivery of humanitarian supplies to tens of thousands of terrified religious refugees. ISIS now chasing those innocents into the mountains where many are dying of thirst, starvation, and worse. Their M.O. – ruthless, brutal, and barbaric. The group even al Qaeda considers too extreme. And they are coming for us. They as much as told us. In 2009, Abu Baghdadi, when released by the U.S. – the now leader of ISIS – offered these famous parting words to his jailer: We’ll see you in New York.
“If there is one thing as surprising as the obliviousness of this President, it is the totality of that obliviousness. Truly, it seems as if there is no threat that has not managed to catch him utterly off-guard. And the sad reality is that his consistent inability to anticipate obvious danger has almost invariably led to the loss of innocent life on an massive and heartbreaking scale.
Congressman Jeff Fortenberry (R-NE) takes to the floor of the House of Representatives to describe the plight of Christians in Mosul, Iraq who are being systematically killed or driven from the homes by Islamic State terrorists. All of this carnage is taking place while Obama goes fundraising, plays golf, or sends “humanitarian aid” to Hamas terrorists in Gaza, while Hamas is raining rockets down on civilians in Israel.
Obama is accomplishing through executive action what he cannot accomplish through the legislative process. The so-called Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA), has been stalled in Congress by conservatives who see it as a way for homosexuals to crush religious freedom and to benefit the homosexual juggernaut. If Obama can’t get something through Congress, he’ll just use his pen and cell phone to circumvent the Constitution.
No wonder Obama is considered by Newsweek to be America’s first “gay” president.
Obama just can’t seem to help himself. His obvious love for Islam just seems to bubble up whenever he’s giving a speech. During his recent Easter message, he felt compelled to praise Islam as a tolerant, loving religious system.
According to Obama: Easter is a good time to remember the “common thread of humanity that connects us all – not just Christians and Jews, but Muslims and Hindus and Sikhs – is our shared commitment to love our neighbors as we love ourselves.”
Obama has been consistent in his ongoing support of the “gay” agenda and recently picked former Department of Defense lawyer Jeh Johnson to run the massive Department of Homeland Security.
In case Jeh Johnson’s name isn’t familiar to you, he’s one of the primary architects behind the repeal of the ban on homosexuals serving openly in the U.S. Armed Forces.
The U.S. Air Force seems determined to silence any Christian who voices opposition to “gay” marriage or the homosexual agenda in the military.
The most recent casualty of this policy against Christians is Senior Master Sgt. Philip Monk, who was relieved of duty by his openly lesbian commanding officer.
Monk isn’t the only believer to be persecuted for his biblical opposition to the “gay” agenda.
Rep. John Fleming (R-LA) is working to create an amendment to the defense budget bill that will prevent any atheist or humanist chaplains in the military.
According to Fleming: When it comes to the idea of an atheist chaplain, which is an oxymoron — it’s self-contradictory — what you’re really doing is now saying that we’re going to replace true chaplains with non-chaplain chaplains.
Schools have pushed the normalization of same-sex relationships and the view that they are equivalent to heterosexual marriage on kindergarteners and first graders. And groups like GLSEN and the ACLU are demanding, both in the media and the courts, that school districts incorporate such teachings into their curricular materials. Now, with the Supreme Court (sadly) saying in the DOMA case that merely defining marriage as a relationship between a man and a woman is rank bigotry, we can expect these groups to increase their efforts.