Tuesday, June 17, 2008

How The Religious Far Right Will Help Elect Obama


As I was reading the political writings this morning in several newspapers and online, I came across a few articles on how Obama is working to win the South and how he intends to pull the evangelicals into his fold and defeat McCain. One particular article about McCain claims:

“[McCain] has also gotten himself into trouble with high-profile Evangelicals like James Dobson, head of Focus on the Family, who never warmed to the Arizona senator and has said he won't vote for him.”

This just irritates me to no end, and so I have put my feelings on the subject to paper and published in the blogsphere for all to read.

The crybabies like Dobson and his political stooge, Tony Perkins, are mad because they are no longer considered “Kingmakers” (see “John McCain Distances Himself from the Far Right) so they will simply pull up their soiled pants, take their sandbox toys, and go home pouting rather than vote for the Republican nominee. They will do so in an attempt to show that they still are the “power” in politics. They will cut off their nose to spite their face and allow the most leftist nominee in the history of this country to be elected, a nominee who backs “genocide” of his own race through abortion and has no qualms about allowing living aborted fetuses to be killed. He calls it “rights”; I call it murder, and so should Dobson and the rest of the religious far right fanatics. Yes, I call them fanatics because only fanatics refuse to bend in their agenda-driven ideology. They would rather see a candidate like Obama elected than to bend. I call them fanatics, whiners, and pouters because that is what they are. They will stay at home or throw away a vote on some non-viable candidate like Bob Barr and allow someone like an Obama to be elected. In doing so, they will be saying, well we can’t have it our way, so we won’t play. In doing that, they are allowing the very things that they detest to become a reality. They rant and rave about California and the “gay” marriage but will, by default, vote for such by refusing to vote for the GOP nominee, and for no other reason than they think he is too liberal. Well, just what the heck do they think Obama is, a far right of center candidate? They rant and rave about abortion but will vote by default for the individual who supports killing a live aborted fetus. The bill did not pass, yet Obama supported such genocide.

Furthermore, these whiners and pouters would vote by default for one who voted for many more of the things they claim they are against and have made part of the agenda and a “must” for candidates they support. They would rather allow Obama to be elected, the one who voted against filtering pornography on school and library computers and voted for sex education for kindergarten children through the 5th grade.

In 2001, he voted “present” on a bill to keep pornographic book and video stores and strip clubs from setting up within 1,000 feet of schools and churches.

Twice, Obama voted against bills prohibiting tax funding of abortions.

In February 2004, Obama’s wife, Michelle, sent out a fundraising letter that actually stated her concern over the rise of conservatism in the Country, and said that ‘so-called’ partial-birth abortion was a legitimate medical procedure that should be protected.

Yes, Dobson, Perkins, Hagee, Wildmon, and the rest of the religious far right fanatics, whiners, and pouters should feel really proud of their non-votes, their throw-away votes, come January when they have elected, by default, the most liberal, leftist, socialist in the history of this country. They will have succeeded in destroying the GOP and allowing total secular humanism to become the ruling party in this country. Be prepared for the consequences.

3 comments:

DR. MARY JOHNSON said...

"Be prepared for the consequences."

I am hunkering down. We're doomed.

susan boyer said...

Every generation has to have their Jimmy Carter to remind them how terrible liberalism is. Obama will provide that lesson and in the end will pave the way for a stronger, more conservative GOP ala Reagan to emerge. McCain will repeatedly disappoint and probably do more to draw the GOP to the left, weakening the conservative wing for decades to come. I am done holding my nose and voting for the lesser of two evils. I've done it since '88-no more. We're doomed with either candidate as I see it. Might as well let the Dems take the full blame for the disastrous four years ahead. The folks need a wake up call and they're about to get one.

Susan Boyer
Brevard. NC

Ticker said...

I will have to disagree somewhat Susan. While McCain is not the most conservative member of the GOP he is more in line with the GOP prior to takeover by the far right in 94. He is more in line with Eisenhower represented than what Reagan represented and so on down the line to present day.
Yes, the Dems have a strong opportunity to take over the WH and the Congress in 08 and in all probability, should they be successful, will maintain that hold for 8 years. By that time there will be little left of what we know as the US. We will have become Balkanized by that time , totally immersed in multiculturalism and political correctness.
I will not be a party to just allowing this to happen just because I don't agree with every single point that McCain currently stands for. Things occur that cause individuals to change. If you will remember history, Abraham Lincoln was in favor of slavery but changed his mind. Few know this but it is factual. Read the unrevised history.
Those who refuse to vote, just as the far right religious so called leaders are doing, will be just as responsible for the destruction of this country as Obama and the left. There is such thing as consequences. So when you refuse to vote for President or one who has a chance of election just be prepared for consequences.