From “TheSteadyConservative” blog…
Obama’s so called evolved position
“I don’t think homosexuals are immoral any more than I think heterosexuals are immoral.” (Barack Obama, 2007) This was in response to General Pace’s comments that homosexuality was immoral. I am not sure why the media is playing stupid on this one. I could conjure up some guesses. The fact that Obama’s economic policies have tanked is probably a good start. Dramatizing this ‘new’ position certainly takes attention from that. I mean this is not hard hitting journalism. I found the quote on this site: http://is.gd/zZiFhB . It’s one of twenty plus quotes I could have taken that confirm the same thing. There are countless others if you want to really research it. In another article Obama says that he called his spiritual advisor after the interview in which he disclosed this ‘new’ position just to let him know what he said so he would not be blindsided. There is the bigger issue. Is he really his spiritual advisor if he does not even consult him on an issue such as this? Or even larger yet…this position, which he has always held, is obviously not grounded in the Bible. If he is not using the Bible as his guide to make decisions on something like gay marriage, are we to believe he is using the Bible as his guide in other decisions. Based on his policies and positions on most issues, I would have to say no. I do not see that changing either.
“In response to Christians who have voiced opposition to this position, he has not gone back to his spiritual advisor or back to what the Bible says…he has hired a “faith outreach director.” Someone to try to convince Christians to vote for him despite the fact that his policies directly contradict what the Bible teaches. As Christians, we need to do what he refuses to do. Stand up for Biblical principles with both our vote and with how we live.”
Breitbart revelation on Obama’s birthplace
Obama’s birthplace…His literary agent in 1991 booklet says, “Born in Kenya and raised in Indonesia and Hawaii”…what??
Andrew Breitbart was never a “Birther,” and Breitbart News is a site that has never advocated the narrative of “Birtherism.” …Yet Andrew also believed that the complicit mainstream media had refused to examine President Obama’s ideological past, or the carefully crafted persona he and his advisers had constructed for him.
It is for that reason that they launched “The Vetting,” an ongoing series in which they explore the ideological background of President Obama (and other presidential candidates)–not to re-litigate 2008, but because ideas and actions have consequences.
Read it here…
Also related, a commentary by John Nolte on the same subject.
And here is Rosslyn Smith writing about it being “hard to believe Obama didn’t approve literary agent listing him as born in Kenya.
Is Sarah Palin back?
That’s the question on the minds of Washington’s political class in the wake of the surprising primary result from Nebraska. For those not up on their Cornhusker politics, a little-known two-term state senator named Deb Fischer edged out two statewide office holders, Attorney General Jon Bruning and state Treasurer Don Stenberg, for the GOP U.S. Senate nomination.
Read the rest of this article on “The Daily Beast” by Rich Galen here.
They Didn’t Protest…tell me it isn’t so!
Van Jones admits the environmental movement intentionally didn’t protest over oil spill because Obama was president. So…when Romney becomes president, and they start protesting again, they expect to have credibility? Really…
Read more about it here: Van Jones
“Rich, Religious Nut, Racist, Redneck Republicans”…” Insults Help Democrats Defeat” people like that!
The truth is that “facts” do not help people who are being maligned, lied about and slandered. This is an excellent article urging us to fight back with emotional and moral truths, for only they will change minds. We’ve got to quit laughing at their insults as though they were jokes. We’ve got to stop defending ourselves and get rid of wonky arguments. We need to GO POSITIVE! Go to the heart of the matter! Don’t debate, but demonstrate that it is we who occupy the moral high ground.
Karin McQuillan gives some exceptional illustrations of how to do this. I would urge you to read her article here.