Friday, February 17, 2012

Chairman Obama's War On Religion And The Individual

"Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof;......"


For those of you who were educationally abused in our sham of a public school system, the above is the Estabishment Clause and the Free Exercise Clause of the First Amendment . It is one of the most important thoughts ever recorded in human history. This tiny little sentence fragment of a mere sixteen words makes America....well, American.

See, ladies and gentlemen, the Establishment and Free Exercise Clauses do more than protect religion from the intrigues of government, regardless of what the commies at the ACLU would have you believe. The Establishment and Free Exercise Clauses protect the individual's right to think for himself, since following a religion is the most personal (and important) decision an individual will ever make in his lifetime.

Chairman Obama's recent attempt to force the Catholic Church to pay for contraception is more than a malicious, bigoted attack on religion. (Which is horrying in itself, might I add.) It is an attack on the individual spirit. It is using the power of the State to impose its own warped version of morality onto the individual, which is a tactic of choice for genocidal maniacs the world over. Lenin did it, Hitler did it, Stalin did it, and Mao did it. Millions died horrible deaths because they did.

And now, our President Barack Hussein Obama, is attepting to do it.

This cannot stand. If you have the least bit of a desire for freedom, you must oppose this. I don't care if you're Catholic or Protestant. It doesn't really matter if you're a Jew of the Sephardim or Ashkenazim variety, or whether or not you're Greek Orthodox, (No, I didn't forget a certain religion. It's the only one The Regime finds acceptable, and is therefore safe.) you must fight this or any other version CONgress comes up with with every fiber of your being.

The right of you to be you is at stake.

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