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March 1, 2011

Black Churches May Withdraw Support From Obama Over Anti-DOMA Ploy

Posted by Dave Blount at March 1, 2011 1:22 PM

As Beelzebama* inevitably reveals himself as the unrighteous left-wing extremist he has always been, rifts are forming among the coalition that produced his disastrous election. His ploy to allow liberal states like Massachusetts to impose their homosexual "marriage" blasphemies on the rest of the country by refusing to defend the Defense of Marriage Act has earned him opponents in unexpected places:

A coalition of 34,000 black churches is blasting President Barack Obama's decision to stop defending the federal law that bans recognition of gay marriage.
The Rev. Anthony Evans, who heads the National Black Church Initiative, says Obama "has violated the Christian faith" by failing to uphold Jesus' teaching that marriage is between a man and a woman.
The Justice Department announced Wednesday that, at Obama's direction, it would not defend the constitutionality of the Defense of Marriage Act in a court case where it's being challenged.
As a result, Evans says black churches must "reassess their extraordinary support for him."

Given what he's doing to our country in terms of morals, liberty, economic health, and international stature, that reassessment is due from everyone who made the mistake of supporting the Manchurian Moonbat.


On a tip from Apostle53. *Thank you, RICH.