Friday, February 5, 2010

Obama's Homosexual Agenda

Obama pushes 'gay,' green ideals at prayer breakfast
'Stretching out of our dogmas … can help us regain a sense of civility'

Posted: February 04, 2010
12:25 pm Eastern

© 2010 WorldNetDaily

President Obama today lobbied for his "gay" and "green" agendas both during the traditional appearance by a president before the National Prayer Breakfast.

Addressing the idea of civility, he said it actually has improved of late: "We haven't seen any canings on the floor of the Senate any time recently."

But the president whose party when it held a majority in the U.S. House and a so-called supermajority of 60 votes in the U.S. Senate pushed for its agenda items without, at times, even consulting the minority GOP, said, "At times, it seems like we're unable to listen to one another; to have at once a serious and civil debate."

He said such "erosion of civility in the public square" produces "division and distrust among our citizens."...

"Stretching out of our dogmas, our prescribed roles along the political spectrum, that can help us regain a sense of civility," Obama saida today.

Raising the issue of his longstanding support for homosexual causes, he said, "We may disagree about gay marriage, but surely we can agree that it is unconscionable to target gays and lesbians for who they are…"

Obama pushed hard for and signed into a law that gives homosexuals special protections against "hate," a law that, according to the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, is a "menace" to civil liberties.

Obama also chose to honor as a "civil rights pioneer" a homosexual who said the God of the Bible is a "sinful, homophobic bigot" who needs to "seek forgiveness for the pain and suffering which his sinful homophobia has needlessly inflicted upon gay people for the past 4,000 years."

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For a biblical perspective on this subject, read:

The Plain Truth About Homosexuality!

From Closet to Mainstream: The Homosexual Agenda

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