Obama Administration's assault on Religious Freedom continues

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S. Lindsey
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The Self-professed Christian President that rarely goes to Church has created a full blown tactical blunder that has enraged Christians of all faiths.

In today's environment when Christianity is under attack from every point on the compass from hard-line radical Atheist groups this administration has jumped
headfirst into the muck and mire of Religious freedoms.

Rather you believe that Employer's should be forced to provide coverage for Contraception or not the overriding concern here is rather you believe
there is supposed to be a separation of Church and State. If so can the Federal Government FORCE a Religious entity to offer or perform an act that goes against it's
own Religion and/or beliefs?

Almost everyone including Obama's own Chief of Staff and Vice President advised him not to do this but he did so anyway. Why?

That is the question... Why? Why did he do something that he should have foreseen was going to create a firestorm of dissent. In the last
three years we have seen some pretty big blunders from this administration but this one was a doozie.

Now the Conspiracy theorist in me would say it's over Sharia Law. If we allow Catholic's to do as they please then surely we should
also allow Islamic Law to prevail as well. But that would mean the President has sympathies in that direction and there has been no proof of that.


"Obama has announced the appointment of Azizah al-Hibri to the United States Commission on International Religious Freedom. Al-Hibri (full name, Azizah Yahia Muhammad Toufiq al-Hibri) is a Muslim professor and the granddaughter of a Sheikh, who claims that the Koran inspired Thomas Jefferson and the Founders and that the Saudi criminal justice system is more moral than the American one because it accepts blood money from murderers."

Oh...Uhhh..Never mind.

Obama is going to back-off on this. He has to. If not his bid for a 2nd term will be ended very quickly.

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