Obama Insults Blacks: Pastors Protest

Will blacks overwhelmingly vote for Obama again and insult the memory of Dr. Martin Luther King and his civil rights’ values?

Will blacks vote overwhelmingly for Obama this time around? Or, will they and their pastor leaders vote with their heads and reject the bad fruit of Obama’s doings? Will they take heed to Christ’s Gospel words; or will they blindly vote headlong for someone whose proven himself to be one who supports Infanticide and  black [abortion] genocide?

Time will tell if these black pastors (featured in the linked article below) can lead and influence enough of the nation’s black population to reject Obama and his untoward anti civil rights agenda. Perhaps, the fairly recent California proposition which turned down same sex marriage will hold a clue? Blacks don’t  buy into the political correctness of the decadent culture which attempts to equate sexual equality with civil rights. These black pastors are upset that Obama and his lib allies desecrate the memory of Dr. Martin Luther Jr. King. That great social reformer would be appalled if he were living today, witnessing how current politicians pervert civil rights, by insisting that civil rights apply to homosexual union [so-called] “marriage.”

Black Pastors Add To Obama Campaign Tremors – Coalition blasts president for abandoning traditional marriage, promises opposition – wnd.com/2012/08/

Related:

CAAP – The Coailition of Black American Pastors – Also, see short video of black Pastor Bill Owens – caapusa.org/

Obama proves, again, he is not a Christian – moralmatters.org/2012/05/10/

Obama endorses gay ‘marriage’: says support based on Jesus, Golden Rule – lifesitenews.com/

Obama Not Christian – No More Than the Man in the Moon – moralmatters.org/2012/04/26/

 

Please note for reference:

Election Projection – The Battle for Capitol Hill – 2012 Senate – electionprojection.com/2012elections/

The Complete List of Email Addresses and Fax Numbers for the U.S. Congress and Governors – conservativeusa.org/

U.S. Constitution Online – usconstitution.net/

 

Posted by:

Nathan M. Bickel

http://www.thechristianmessage.org/

http://moralmatters.org/

5 comments

  1. “I still hear people say that I should not be talking about the rights of lesbian and gay people and I should stick to the issue of racial justice. But I hasten to remind them that Martin Luther King Jr. said, ‘Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.’ I appeal to everyone who believes in Martin Luther King Jr.’s dream to make room at the table of brother- and sisterhood for lesbian and gay people.”

    Coretta Scott King
    Reuters (31 March 1998)

    1. Jeffery Haas –

      Thank you for visiting moralmatters.org and also for your comment.

      Without checking on the context of your Martin Luther King Jr. quote, I do believe he would have and did say that. However, I believe that Martin Luther King Jr. did not lump the concerns of homosexuals in with the whole “civil rights” issue. King’s basic concern was of a racial nature. Today’s homosexuals have the practice of utilizing whatever they can to highlight what they desire to force upon the culture. King is six feet under. He cannot speak for himself. But, I don’t think he would equate homosexual activists’ concerns with that of the civil rights issue, he trumpeted.

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