Obama has shown that he has a strong anti-Christian agenda during his six years in office, and now he’s stepping up his game.
“I think it would be powerful for our faith-based organizations to speak out on this in a more forceful fashion,” Obama said during a panel discussion on poverty at Georgetown University. “There is great caring and great concern, but when it comes to what are you really going to the mat for, what’s the defining issue … this is often times viewed as a ‘nice to have’ relative to an issue like abortion.”
Obama surprisingly actually admitted that he might sound “self-interested” considering his past disagreements with Christians about abortion and gay marriage. However, he also said he is sure that churches will get more members if they embrace alternative lifestyles.
“Nobody has shown that better than Pope Francis, who I think has been transformative just through the sincerity and insistence that this is vital to who we are, this is vital to following what Jesus Christ our Savior talked about,” he explained.
This is just Obama’s latest attempts to attack the Christian church and try to get it under his control. Obama hates Christians because they represent one group that has never been afraid to stand up to him. Well, Barry, we don’t give a hoot about what you say, and we certainly won’t be dropping any of the issues we hold dear!
Posted by Dylan on The Daily Dose
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