I believe that the American People have made a tragic mistake in electing Barack Obama. I believe it is our duty as Christians to speak clearly and strongly in opposition to many of His positions over the next 4 years.
I also know that God loves Barack Obama and his family, and they are going to need our prayers. They will need God as a family, and Barack Obama will need our prayers as our President.
I wonder what God will do if we love, pray for, and bless our president, even as we express our disagreement and oppose immoral policies?
For those of you who doubt that the secular humanist agenda has been trying to force it’s values on an unsuspecting populace for years via Judicial Tyranny, consider this article at SFGATE.com:
A day after California voters approved a state constitutional ban on same-sex marriage, the incendiary issue returned to the state Supreme Court, where gay and lesbian couples and the city of San Francisco filed lawsuits Wednesday seeking to overturn Proposition 8.
There is only one way to avoid this. Don’t elect any liberal secular humanists to any office anywhere at any time ever. Over time, there will be real judges who respect law, and the rights of the people will begin to be restored.
Oops. America just elected Barack Obama. Of course, Barack Obama claims to be a Christian. Perhaps he is; I am not qualified to be his judge (it is below my pay grade). It is possible, however, to be a Christian and still advance a liberal secular humanist agenda.
While most people think they were casting their vote on Tuesday for political reasons, they were actually voting for cultural reasons. Although election seasons always spawn heavy words and light action, rarely have both campaigns offered so very little policy and so very much empty rhetoric. It goes to show that every rule has an exception: Apparently you can beat something with nothing. This is not to say that nearly a billion dollarsâ€”the amount spent funding the Obama campaignâ€”is nothing. Thatâ€™s definitely something, only 699 billion short of an economic bailout in fact. But thatâ€™s not what Iâ€™m talking about. Itâ€™s not the money that gave us the ObamaNation (has a nice one-term ring to it, doesnâ€™t it?), though it certainly helped. No, what really put Obama in the White House is what the Red Hot Chili Peppers have termed â€œCalifornication:â€ i.e. the Madison Avenue, hard-sell, skin-deep, image conscious, materialistic veneer that passes for substance in a flash, pop, bling, ready-in-seconds, soundbite world.