Tuesday, April 30, 2013

Note to Obama: God will not bless evil...or Planned Parenthood

Note to Obama: God will not bless evil...or Planned Parenthood.

Paul E. Rondeau

Planned Parenthood, the sex-industry chain that commits more abortions (over 330,000 baby deaths last year alone) than any other legalized murder-store in America, has defrauded the government, protected child rapists, coached pimps and sex traffickers how to get around the law, and continues to be one of the largest purveyors of pornographic sex ed in the world. Its Pennsyulvania affiliate even knew of, but did not report, the Gosnell abortion horrors, which included severed baby feet, infant beheadings, and drains clogged with fetal remains.

So, if you are the first sitting president in history to address Planned Parenthood at its national conference—an organization founded by Margaret Sanger, a racist and eugenics promoter of The Negro Project meant to eliminate “human weeds” like the poor, minorities, and undesirables in general—what do you say? If you are Barack Obama, you say, “Thank you, Planned Parenthood. God bless you.”

Obama turns back the clock

The Christian Post reported that Obama went on to claim, “After decades of progress, there’s still those who want to turn back the clock to policies more suited to the 1950s than the 21st century. And they’ve been involved in an orchestrated and historic effort to roll back basic rights when it comes to women’s health.”

Somehow, Obama forgot to mention the jaw-dropping testimony of Planned Parenthood representative Alisa LaPolt Snow. She testified against a bill in Florida that says a child who survives a late-term abortion and is born alive  should get medical attention. Snow maintained that even after birth, the child’s fate is a woman’s right to choose.

But, of course, as a state senator in Indiana, Obama himself voted four times against protecting babies born alive from botched abortions: They could be left to die on the table—a post-birth abortion.
Therefore, it is Obama who wants to turn back the clock to a time when an unwanted baby, like property, could be set adrift on the floating ice, left for wild animals to consume, or given into slavery. Or, just left to die.

Kids sex ed too shocking for adults

According to two newspapers, Planned Parenthood’s sex ed for children is too “shocking” and “graphic” even for adults. The New York Times and Washington Post both refused advertisements that depicted the cartoons intended for children as young as ten years of age—cartoons shown as part of a program paid for with taxpayer dollars.

PP starts by saturating children in kindergarten with the idea that sex anytime, anywhere, and with anyone is normal and desirable. PP teaches children to act like there is no limit or morality to sexual pleasure; the only danger is conceiving a child.

In his speech at PP’s annual conference on April 26, Obama’s praise overflowed: “You are somebody that women—young women, old women, women in between—count on for so many important services. And we are truly grateful to you.”

How is helping women kill their children, sexualizing children for profit, leaving newborn babies to die on a table, and facilitating child predators all something of pride to Obama—something for which anyone could be grateful?  That God would bless?

He calls these abominations choice, diversity, and comprehensive sex education.  It gets him votes.  Then, Obama slops hundreds of millions of taxpayer dollars into the Planned Parenthood pigsty.
Jesus said, “Suffer little children, and forbid them not, to come unto me: for of such is the kingdom of heaven.” (Mt 19:14)  So, just what vile act does Obama think God would bless?  Obama may be sincere in his delusion about the some imagined “good” of Planned Parenthood, but it is still a vile delusion.

“I want to know that you’ve also got a president who’s going to be right there with you, fighting every step of the way,” Obama told the Planned Parenthood crowd.

The tragedy is that we elected this man—twice.  Pray for Mr. Obama…and pray for America.

Monday, April 15, 2013

Hate industry: Fastest growing sector under Obama

The Ku Klux Klan, Aryan Brotherhood, and American Nazi Party are the old haters: They tend to get shot a lot, lose limbs, or end up in prison.  Those groups are lucky if they have a strip mall office in what used to be a failed shoe store.
The new hate industry has big shiny buildings, richly paid executives, lots of staff, fancy public relations firms, tons of positive media headlines, and hundreds of millions of dollars — sometimes billions — in annual revenue. They are invited into and appointed to offices on-high in government, schools, and law enforcement.

Today’s hate industry does not make itself conspicuous by burning crosses, conducting lynchings, or orchestrating bombings—at least not in the traditional sense. Today’s hate industry is based on labeling others as haters. That’s where the profit is, whether that means money, power, or (usually) both.

Hate-labeling is flourishing within the halls of government and the self-anointed media; it’s encouraged at the highest levels, by President Barack Obama himself.

The target is not violent people intent on hurting fellow citizens or blowing up the government, but instead those who are pro-family, pro-faith, pro-life — anyone who has pro-American values. Clever marketing schemes like “war on women,” the “one per-centers,” and not doing “your fair share” mask the true nature of the underlying hate campaign. Other hate cards include words like homophobic, tolerance, extreme, and ignorant.

Does Obama hate pre-Obama America?

When husband Barack was elected, Michelle Obama said she was proud of the United States for “the first time in my life.” Does her husband share that sentiment?

We know that Obama sat in the same church for 20 years, attending a congregation where the incendiary sermons of Rev. Jeremiah Wright — the pastor who officiated Obama’s wedding — preached black nationalism, liberation theology, and condemned the America that brought 9/11 itself with its own “terrorism.” As Wright recently said, “You don’t change who you are because of where you are.”

We also know that hate and fear-mongering at the top, like other excrement, flow downhill.

LifeSiteNews reports that “a series of reports from the Department of Homeland Security and West Point, as well as a training seminar for FBI agents, have depicted pro-life Christians as the most likely source of domestic terrorism. A number of pro-lifers believe the Obama administration is attempting to gather intelligence on the pro-life movement.”

Fox News learned that during an Army Reserve Equal Opportunity training brief on extremism, “the U.S. Army listed Evangelical Christianity and Catholicism as examples of religious extremism along with Al Qaeda and Hamas during a briefing with an Army Reserve unit based in Pennsylvania … The military also listed ‘Islamophobia’ as a form of religious extremism.”

Maybe that’s why Major Nidal Malik Hasan — a Muslim who had e-mail contacts with terrorist Anwar al-Awlaki — can kill 13 people at Ft. Hood while shouting “God is great” in Arabic, plead guilty, and still have the shooting classified only as workplace violence.

As insiders know in Washington, “Personnel is policy.” So what can Obama appointees tell us?
Eric Holder’s Department of Justice dropped voter intimidation charges against the New Black Panther Party because the victims were white. Chief Diversity Officer of the Federal Communications Commission, Mark Lloyd — a former George Soros employee — reportedly said that the “purpose of free speech is warped to protect global corporations and block rules that would promote democratic governance.”

Kevin Jennings, cofounder and executive director of the Gay, Lesbian, and Straight Education Network (GLSEN) — an organization that fights “institutionalized heterosexism” and sponsored the shocking Fistgate scandal — was named as Obama’s safe school czar. Safe for homosexuality, but certainly not freedom of speech or religion.

Obama personally selected former Kansas governor Kathleen Sebelius to head up Health and Human Services, the epicenter of Obamacare. She is so militantly pro-abortion that her Catholic bishop banned her from receiving Holy Communion — an extraordinary action dictated by Canon 915 that is (too) rarely employed.

As governor, Sebelius’ administration shredded all key evidence in an ongoing felony case against Planned Parenthood and famous late-term abortionist George Tiller. The documents confirmed “164 cases of underage rape or statutory rape went unreported and [thus could not be] investigated by authorities.” With the evidence destroyed, both Sebelius and PP walked away with all charges dropped.

Progress? Progressive? To where?

This is not just politics. Sooner or later, the government and the people start to believe such propaganda — and act on it. Like tyrants, they justify their criminal actions as for the greater good.
The Southern Poverty Law Center, once a legitimate civil rights organization, now lists groups that oppose homosexual marriage — groups such as Family Research Council  and American Family Association — as hate groups alongside white nationalists, Neo-Nazis, and skinheads. SPLC scares hundreds of millions of dollars from “trembling liberals aghast at … lurid depictions of hate-sodden America,” reports Charlotte Allen at The Weekly Standard. SPLC headquarters is so lavish it was dubbed “Poverty Palace.” Recently, a gay rights gunman targeted FRC after finding it on the SPLC hate list.

Tammy Bruce, an unapologetic self-described lesbian feminist, issues this warning in her book The New Thought Police: “Our freedom to speak our minds is under attack … powerful special interest groups on the Left are mounting a withering assault on our rights in the name of ‘social equality.’”

Well, that certainly qualifies as “fundamentally transforming the United States of America.

Monday, April 8, 2013

Obamacare mandates put freedom and women's health at risk.

Today, the time for public comments on Obamacare closed. White House shenanigans do not change the fact that the Affordable Care Act, Obamacare, still mandates “free” coverage of contraceptive, sterilization, and abortion producing drugs that pose medical risks and are triggered by and therefor linked directly to employer-provided health insurance.
The latest faux accommodation is that a “free” insurance policy must automatically be issued for all employees of organizations exempt from providing these items and procedures. It magically is paid for by the insurance company so the religious employers and employees are not supposed to complain. This is sheer nonsense: No amount of bookkeeping sleight of hand changes the cause-effect relationship.

HHS is attempting to mandate that persons and employers of conscience participate in behavior they find morally objectionable via their insurance premiums, premiums the government mandates they must have in the first place. This directly infringes upon religious freedom and is an offense to conscience of the majority of Americans.

Not safe as advertised

Beyond religious, moral and other conscience objections, the contraceptive, sterilization, and abortifacient drugs mandated are not “safe” as advertised. They put our children and loved ones at higher medical risk.

Large documented studies in France and by the United Nations link the potential for hormone disruptive chemicals to life-threatening venous thromboembolism (blood clots), infertility, the development of non-descended testes in young males, breast cancer in women, prostate cancer in men, developmental effects on the nervous system in children, attention deficit/hyperactivity in children, and thyroid cancer.

These are the drugs that Obamacare mandates as free, and which our own children are automatially entitled to receive without parental knowledge before, during, or after.

Obamacare creates an abortion superfund

Obamacare deliberately deceives America. Never in history has the government required that citizen consumers not be told under penalty of law what they are buying — except when it comes to Obamacare and abortion.

Obamacare conceals a mandate in Sec. 1303 that requires Americans to contribute $1 billion or more to an elective abortion superfund via their insurance premiums. While President Obama stomps the countryside calling for protecting consumers from all types of evil predators, he forbids employers from informing employees if their insurance includes abortion coverage — which in turn triggers “at least $1 per month” from every policy for the hidden elective abortions superfund. Moreover, parents will never know if their own minor children use these “services.”

It is appalling that the Executive Branch conspired to circumvent the law and will of the people and deceive citizens by forcing taxpayers to sureptitiously fund what Congress has proscribed in the Hyde Amendment: the federal funding of abortion. It is estimated that this fund can triple the number of abortions in the United States.

Majority of religious left unprotected

The latest revised definition of “religious employer” still subjects the majority of organizations and American citizens who are undeniably religious to the intrusion of current government ideology at the expense of the timeless principles of individual liberty enshrined in the Bill of Rights. (Not to mention the Religious Freedom Restoration Act and the Administrative Procedure Act.)

Proponents of the bill argue with a straight face that the Constitution limits practice of religion to the individual within his home, place of worship, or religiously identified organization. That is enough horse droppings to fertilize all the cornfields in Nebraska.

We have a president who believes Americans are so stupid or indifferent that they will not see that he has elevated his personal ideology over their liberty and safety. All Americans, and especially our daughters, mothers, and sisters, will pay the price.

Tuesday, April 2, 2013

"Gay marriage": Can freedom of speech, religion, and press survive?

Concepts like gay rights, sexual minority, and homophobia currently saturate our culture and permeate our schools. These terms illustrate the success of pro-gay activists in generating politicized science and exploiting social psychology.

The Supreme Court of the United States is now considering whether to override First Amendment rights in order to meet the demands of gay activists for so-called “marriage equality.”

Homosexual marriage can only become reality if the Court discards our specified constitutional rights in favor of some alleged right that doesn’t exist, yet is claimed by gay activists. Even use of the term “rights” frames the discussion with a false premise: Homosexuals are either entitled to or are being deprived of something.
But, there is no such thing as the right for men to marry men or women to marry women, just as underage minors may not marry, parents may not marry their children, and siblings may not marry each other.  Neither can a person marry more than one person at a time or marry inanimate objects or animals.

Same-sex marriage is not about equality; it is about power. It is not about truth or the right to love or taxes or legal benefits. It is not about redefining or expanding marriage, but undoing it. It is about gaining the full force of law to silence dissent and require conformance and validation by every citizen.

Unholy alliance
“In February 1988, a ‘war conference’ of 175 leading gay activists, representing organizations from across the land, convened in Warrenton, Virginia, (near Washington, D.C.) to establish a four-point agenda for the gay movement,” say Harvard-trained social scientists and homosexual activists Marshall Kirk and Hunter Madsen in their book “After the Ball: How America will overcome its fear & hatred of Gays in the 90’s.”

In that book, they proposed “[d]ismissing the movement’s outworn [civil rights] techniques in favor of carefully calculated public relations propaganda.” We now see the results of that ongoing propaganda playing out today.

One menacing focus of the campaign is religious freedom, where people who resist homosexual mainstreaming based on faith are seen as “religious homohaters.” Kirk and Madsen describe the strategy:

“Most contemporary hate groups on the Religious Right will bitterly resent the implied connection between homohatred and Nazi fascism. But since they can’t defend the latter, they’ll end up having to distance themselves by insisting that they would never go to such extremes. Such declarations of civility toward gays, of course, set our worst detractors on the slippery slope toward recognition of fundamental gay rights. …  

“[Furthermore] gays can undermine the moral authority of homohating churches over less fervent adherents by portraying … [them] as antiquated backwaters, badly out of step … with the latest findings of psychology. Against the atavistic tug of Old Time Religion one must set the mightier pull of science and public opinion. … Such an “unholy” alliance has already worked well in America against the churches, on such topics as divorce and abortion. … [T]hat alliance can work for gays.”

A ‘planned psychological attack’

The attack is not limited to the faithful. Kirk and Madsen describe a war against individual freedoms, academia, and media that is justfiably described as psychological terrorism.  Its intent is to not only “jam” free speech but free thought.

“[T]he bigot need not actually be made to believe … that others will now despise him … [r]ather, our effect is achieved without reference to facts, logic, or proof. … [W]hether he is conscious of the attack or not. Indeed, the more he [the bigot] is distracted by any incidental, even specious, surface arguments, the less conscious he’ll be of the true nature of the process—which is all to the good … conversion of the average American’s emotions, mind, and will [is accomplished] through a planned psychological attack, in the form of propaganda fed to the nation via the media.”

This is why Hollywood and the mainstream media portray gays as good citizens and neighbors and “anti-gay” Christians and social conservatives as extremist, homophobic, bigoted, ignorant, and hateful. In short, the message is that gays are victims and Christians are victimizers.

Hate slinging bias

The news profession plays its part through control of information by selection and omission without revealing its true purpose — a tactic essential to the propagandist.

Pro-family organizations like Focus on the Family, Family Research Council, and the National Organization for Marriage are routinely branded as hate groups by gay proxies such as the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) and hate-slinging media like the Daily Kos.

Mainstream media then picks up such stories and reports the “controversy.” Whose controversy?

The 1998 death in Kansas of a homosexual 21-year-old, Matthew Shepard, spawned 80 pro-gay stories at the Washington Post but nary a mention about the death in Arkansas of 13-year-old Jesse Dirkhising only months later. Two homosexual men drugged the child, bound him naked, and raped him repeatedly during a marathon torture session.

When asked why the difference, the paper responded that Shepard was a national story, Dirkhising just a local crime. It then criticized conservative media “hostile to homosexuals” for questioning the disparity in coverage.

Even people like Bill O’Reilly, a Catholic, are falling victim to the propaganda, dismissing opponents of gay marriage as Bible thumpers. With such a bias permeating the airwaves and this administration, our enumerated First Amendment rights are on the defensive.

Michael Warren, author of “Seeing Through the Media,” described the results we see today: “It is not raw overt coercion; it is one group’s covert orchestration of compliance by another group through structuring the consciousness of the second group.”

So, if you avoid saying homosexual instead of gay; if you hesitate to disagree on same-sex marriage in public; if you stay silent at work or school when friends or coworkers promote gay pride or the Day of Silence; if you fear criticism for stating the truth that science does not prove that homosexuality is the same as race or gender — think about what you have just read.

And this is all before gay marriage is law.