Did Obama’s War On Religion Start Before He Was Elected?

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Obama’s hateful war against America’s mainstream religions has been in full rage since the spring of 2008. This is a list of his attacks.

April 2008 – Obama speaks disrespectfully of Christians, saying they “cling to guns or religion” and have an “antipathy to people who aren’t like them.”

February 2009 – Obama announces plans to revoke conscience protection for health workers who refuse to participate in medical activities that go against their beliefs; he fully implements the plan in February 2011.

April 2009 – When speaking at Georgetown University, Obama orders that a monogram symbolizing Jesus’ name be covered when he is making his speech.

May 2009 – Obama declines to host services for the National Prayer Day (a day established by federal law) at the White House.

April 2009 – In a deliberate act of disrespect, Obama nominated three pro-abortion ambassadors to the Vatican; of course, the pro-life Vatican rejected all three.

October 19, 2010 – Obama begins deliberately omitting the phrase about “the Creator” when quoting the Declaration of Independence – an omission he has made on no less than seven occasions.

November 2010 – Obama misquotes the National Motto, saying it is “E pluribus unum” rather than “In God We Trust” as established by federal law.

January 2011 – After a federal law was passed to transfer a WWI Memorial in the Mojave Desert to private ownership, the U. S. Supreme Court ruled that the cross in the memorial could continue to stand. But the Obama administration refused to allow the land to be transferred as required by law and refused to allow the cross to be re-erected as ordered by the Court.

February 2011 – Although he filled posts in the State Department, Obama did not fill the post of religious freedom ambassador, an official that works against religious persecution across the world, for more than two years; he filled it only after heavy pressure from the public and from Congress.

April 2011 – For the first time in American history, Obama urges passage of a non-discrimination law that does not contain hiring protections for religious groups, forcing religious organizations to hire according to federal mandates without regard to the dictates of their own faith, thus eliminating conscience protection in hiring.

August 2011 – The Obama administration releases its new health care rules that override religious conscience protections for medical workers in the areas of abortion and contraception.

November 2011 – Obama opposes inclusion of President Franklin Roosevelt’s famous D-Day Prayer in the WWII Memorial.

November 2011 – Unlike previous presidents, Obama studiously avoids any religious references in his Thanksgiving speech.

December 2011 – The Obama administration denigrates other countries’ religious beliefs as an obstacle to radical homosexual rights.

January 2012 – The Obama administration argues that the First Amendment provides no protection for churches and synagogues in hiring their pastors and rabbis.

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4 comments to Did Obama’s War On Religion Start Before He Was Elected?

  • Raven

    Any person that can speak can say they are a Christian. If this president or whatever you call him was a true christian, you could tell it by his actions. I don't know if he is the anti-christ, but he appears to be running a close race for the title.

    • Watching and Waiting

      He matches up with the scriptures…" man of lawlessness…..he shall not regard the God of his fathers,
      nor the desire of women, nor regard any god, for he shall magnify himself above all"

      " he honors a strange god, *Allah* whom he shall acknowledge and increase in glory
      and he shall cause them to rule over many and shall divide the land for gain."

      Sound like anyone we all unfortunately know?

      Read Daniel 11 verses :36 – 45

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