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Obama’s God Damn America Tries To Bar Familes From Bringing BIBLES To Their Injured Soldiers At Walter Reid

December 6, 2011

There isn’t an outrage a day in Obamamerica; there are FIFTY outrages a day.  Keeping up with them is like trying to drink out of a fire hydrant.

God damn America.  At least until the worst president who ever contaminated our highest office is gone:

It’s an Obama World… Walter Reed Hospital Bars Family Members From Bringing Bibles to Injured Soldiers
Posted by Jim Hoft on Monday, December 5, 2011, 4:48 AM

It’s an Obama world.
While we were preoccupied with other disastrous Obama policies, military bureaucrats under Barack Obama passed a new rule that barred loved ones from bringing Bibles to wounded soldiers.

The US Military says they are rescinding the order but only after a Republican lawmaker denounced the policy on the House floor.
Todd Starnes reported:

Walter Reed National Military Medical Center said they are rescinding a policy that prohibits family members of wounded military troops from bringing Bibles or any religious reading materials to their loved ones.

The decision to rescind the ban on Bibles came exactly one day after a Republican lawmaker denounced the policy on the House floor and called on President Obama to publicly renounce the military policy.

“The President of the United States should address this and should excoriate the people who brought about this policy and the individual who brought it about should be dismissed from the United States Military,” Rep. Steve King (R-IA) told Fox News & Commentary.

King spoke from the House floor Thursday blasting a policy memorandum from the commander of Walter Reed National Military Medical Center written by Chief of Staff C.W. Callahan. The September 14th memo covers guidelines for “wounded, ill, and injured partners in care.”

“No religious items (i.e. Bibles, reading material, and/or artifacts) are allowed to be given away or used during a visit,” the policy states.

“That means you can’t bring in a Bible and read from it when you visit your son or your daughter, perhaps – or your wife or husband,” King said. “It means a priest that might be coming in to visit someone on their death bed couldn’t bring in the Eucharist, couldn’t offer Last Rites. This is the most outrageous affront.”

November 4, 2008 was an outrageous affront if you loved either God or America.

I said it at the time: “Obama Wins!  God Damn America!”

And it has since shaped up to be even worse than I thought it would.


Somebody wrote, “Just rip out a Koran and place the Bible inside it. It’ll be passed through with no problem.”  Another adds, “Or Heather Has Two Mommies.”

That’s pretty much the way this country works now.

I’ve on several occasions stated that Barack Obama was the Antichrist’s useful idiot.  That’s TWO guys who will hate people being allowed to have the Bible.


Someone else pointed out:

FACT ! Large study conducted at the Durham VA hospital in 1988 found men who used religious behaviors to cope were less likely to become depressed during their stay and future visits. FACT! study at San Francisco Gen Hosp reported in the Southern Medical Journal in July 1988 People who were prayed for experienced 5 times less antibiotic use, 3 times less likely to develop pulmonary edema, none of the prayed for patients required ventilation. FACT ! study in Annals of Internal Medicine Prayed for group had fewer complications,used fewer drugs and fared better than non prayed for group.

Yes, but keep in mind that Obama’s fellow constitutional lawyer said, it is “shameful that it is perceived as legitimate to solicit in an academic institution for support for men and women who have gone overseas to kill other human beings.”  So take their Bibles and their prayer away and let them die.

Update, the very next damn day:

Obama is out to get your Bible while he is simultaneously trying to impose the militant homosexual agenda:

President Barack Obama on Tuesday announced his administration would consider gay rights in making decisions about foreign aid.

The president issued a memorandumdirecting all agencies engaged abroad to make certain U.S. aid programs “promote and protect” the rights of gay people.

“The struggle to end discrimination against lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) persons is a global challenge, and one that is central to the United States commitment to promoting human rights,” Obama wrote in the document. “I am deeply concerned by the violence and discrimination targeting LGBT persons around the word.”

Agencies will increase government and civil society engagement in an effort to promote gay rights, including combating criminalization of LGBT status or conduct abroad.

The memo also requires all agencies engaged abroad to submit an annual report to the Department of State on their progress towards advancing LGBT issues. The first report is due on June 6.

This is the most vehemently anti-Christian and pro-demonic agenda president America has ever seen.  Our Christian heritage gets crapped on while the gay agenda is elevated.

God damn America, indeed.

What’s the Difference Between Democrats And Republicans?

August 27, 2008

What’s the difference between Democrats and Republicans? A lot of people are frankly pretty apolitical and frankly don’t know a lot about the two parties. I am a conservative and a Republican, but I would like to try to provide at least the accurate essence of what Democrats believe in before offering the Republican counter.

I understand that many people are not particularly involved in politics until major elections. It is not a matter of ignorance, but rather a matter of being occupied with raising children and running households. When an election rolls around, many people want to make the right decisions for themselves and for their country, but become bogged down in a morass of partisan claims and counter-claims.

The truth is, Democrats and Republicans differ on nearly everything today. But let me focus on three categories – social policy, domestic policy, and foreign policy – and try to describe a few key differences.