On October 10, 2009, President Obama said this >>
Obama was speaking at a fundraiser dinner/gala hosted by the Human Rights Campaign, the nation’s largest homosexual rights group.
On January 27, 2010, during his first State of the Union speech, Obama went a step further >>>
Homosexuality is a sin. Period. This is what God has to say about it >>>
The bible contains 9 specific references to homosexuality:
4 in the OLD TESTAMENT –
5 in the NEW TESTAMENT –
President Obana is completely wrong in asking Congress to repeal the Don’t Ask Don’t Tell policy. He is arrogantly thumbing his nose in the face of God. In doing so, he is also incurring the wrath of God – which means anything disastrous could and probably will happen to our nation. It’s so clearly written in the scriptures what our consequences will be when we disobey God. Many times when we see devastating events in the world we ask, “Where is God?” “How could a loving God allow this to happen?” What we fail to accept is that God is not only a loving God but He is also a holy God and a God of justice. He tells us that there are definite consequences to our actions.
(I LIVE IN SUBURBAN CHICAGO AND WE JUST HAD A 4.3 EARTHQUAKE! WE DON’T USUALLY HAVE EARTHQUAKES IN THIS NECK OF THE WOODS >>>BUT, I’M JUST SAYIN’!!)
In the next video of Sean Hannity talking with Col. Oliver North about this madness, just listen to their conversation toward the end >>> where Hannity brings us the content of the Senate hearing on the Christmas Day Bomber, stating that according to the testimony of 5 top U.S. senior intelligence members, there likely will be another terrorist attack on our country based on the information received from Umer Farouk Abdulmutallab.
I bet Obama has not connected the Christmas Day Terrorist attempt on our homeland to the ungodly behavior that we are allowing and promoting in America these days. The leader of any country sets the tone of that nation. If he or she promotes a godly example before the people – then that spirit will be felt by the citizens. On the other hand, if ungodly behavior is promoted by the head of government, that too will be felt and welcomed by those who are so willing to push their perversions on the rest of the country.
OTHER VOICES AGAINST THE REPEAL OF DON’T ASK DON’T TELL >>>
Senator John McCain
Senator Jim Webb
METRO WEEKLY reports
Webb Noncommittal on DADT Repeal
Published on February 3, 2010, 1:22pm
Sen. Jim Webb (D-Va.) is the only area senator who serves on the Senate Armed Services Committee. Webb, who served as secretary of the Navy under President Ronald Reagan, had in the past been an opponent of equal treatment for women in the military. When asked about the ”Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” policy in an interview during his 2006 campaign for the U.S. Senate, Webb said, ”That’s a policy that’s working,” and left it at that.
Legion: Now is not the time to repeal ban
The American Legion’s National Executive Committee passed a resolution last October supporting a continuation of DoD’s “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” policy prohibiting open homosexuality in the U.S. Armed Forces. This week, as the issue was revisited by the White House and the Pentagon, American Legion National Commander Clarence Hill released message points to clarify the organization’s position.
Among the key points behind the resolution passed last fall is that the timing is not right for such a change in policy.
“Now is not the time to engage in a social experiment that can disrupt and potentially have serious impact on the conduct of forces engaged in combat,” according to the statement from the national commander. “The American Legion recognizes that the U.S. military is in the highest state of op tempo short of that experienced in World War II and as a result there is enormous stress upon the troops in the Armed Forces. Now is the time to support the existing policy.”
Rep. Ike Skelton
Skelton opposes repeal of ‘Don’t ask, don’t tell’
The leading House Democrat on military policy said Friday that he opposes repealing the law that bans openly gay people from serving in the military.
Seventeen years ago, Rep. Ike Skelton (D-Mo.) played a major role in crafting the controversial law known as “Don’t ask, don’t tell.” When President Bill Clinton wanted to lift the ban preventing gay people from joining the military, Skelton opposed the move. The end result was a compromise under which gay service members would conceal their sexual orientation.
Now, after President Barack Obama pledged during his campaign and first year in office to repeal the law, Skelton finds himself on the opposite side once again.
“I am personally not for changing the law,” he said during a C-SPAN “Newsmakers” interview that will air Sunday.
Troops oppose repeal of ‘don’t ask’
By Brendan McGarry
Posted : Monday Dec 29, 2008 9:37:59 EST
Most active-duty service members continue to oppose President-elect Barack Obama’s campaign pledge to end the “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy to allow gays to serve openly in the military, a Military Times survey shows.
Moreover, if the policy was repealed, nearly 10 percent of respondents said they would not re-enlist or extend their service, and 14 percent said they would consider terminating their careers after serving their obligated tours.
Army Capt. Steven J. Lacy, a logistician assigned to the 71st Transportation Battalion at Fort Eustis, Va., said he is very concerned about the policy being repealed.
“I think a lot of people are,” Lacy said. “In the field environment, you’re in very close proximity to one another. The fact that someone could be openly gay could exacerbate stress on teams and small units when you’re already at a high stress level.”