Sunday, February 26, 2012

Barack Obama: Still Obsequious to Muslims, Still Hostile Towards Catholics...

..and Jews, of course.  But who would ever had thought a man named Barack Hussein Obama would seek to actively disrupt, if not discredit and destroy, the Judeo-Christian foundation of faith?  Shocking, I know...

-characterized by or showing servile complaisance or deference; fawning
-servilely compliant or deferential: "obsequious servants".
-obedient; dutiful.

If the definition fits...

So the president refuses to apologize for forcing Catholics to violate their religious beliefs or pay a tax penalty.

But he immediately apologizes because a few of our soldiers inadvertently violated Muslims religious beliefs by trying to dispose of already-desecrated Korans.

Well, despite his apology, hoardes of semi-barbarian Afghans went on a rampage, burned Obama in dog-head effigy, and killed several of our soldiers.

And if you think that’s bad, just imagine what they would do if Obama adopted a rule forcing Muslims to violate their religious beliefs or pay a tax penalty

Of course, there is another theory: that Judeo-Christian culture is being intentionally destroyed in order to leave only one god left standing worthy of worship and obedience - the central government (as the mandate debate has proven, there is no room for both). And who has done most of the heavy lifting in that regard?

Who else has been waging war against the Church? Why, Islam. While most of the Middle East outside of Israel is already "Judenrein", Christians are now being chased out of their ancestral homeland as well. While the Crusades are part of our ancient history, in Islamic lands the battle still rages.

The enemy of my enemy is my friend, no?

The liberal-Islamic alliance makes perfect sense now, as they both share the same aim: the destruction of Catholicism and its institutions

Remember:  With Barack and the Democrats running the show, what would once have been seen as outlandish is now within the plausible... 

"Sherlock Holmes once said that once you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the answer. I, however, do not like to eliminate the impossible. The impossible often has a kind of integrity to it that the merely improbable lacks."

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