Saturday, December 17, 2016

Obama's "Fight" for Religious Liberty

Barack Obama cannot leave the White House fast enough. This rush to exit does not come from the Obama family, but from the wide array of frustrated and angry Americans who had voted for the guy hoping for hope and change.

That got more of the same corruption and failure, mired with a collegial, elitist arrogance which demanded that the United States confirm to the transformation which the wannabe educated idiot from Hawaii by way of Indonesia and Kenya wanted.

This man is the worst President that this country has ever endured.

Ever. Jimmy Carter must wake up every morning thankful to no longer headline the "Worst Presidents Ever" list.

His actions have been particularly terrible on First Amendment freedoms, particularly religious liberty. This man is one of the worst liars to inhabit the White House (and yes, I am keeping Richard Nixon in mind).

Yet he claims to be a champion of religious liberty?

Whose? His own?

He has allowed people to worship him, and he encourages the fawning worship.

FACT SHEET: Promoting and Protecting Religious Freedom Around the Globe

“[P]romoting religious freedom is a key objective of U.S. foreign policy. And I’m proud that no nation on Earth does more to stand up for the freedom of religion around the world than the United States of America.”

                 -  President Barack Obama, February 6, 2014

Throughout the Obama Administration, the U.S. Government has prioritized efforts to promote freedom of religion globally as a universal human right, a strategic national interest, and as a key foreign policy objective.  The Administration has praised countries that have made strides to promote religious freedom, assisted governments in taking steps to address shortcomings, and denounced severe violators of religious freedom; provided support to individuals who have been persecuted on account of their beliefs, and advocated for the rights of religious minorities.  The Obama Administration has also worked closely with civil society organizations, including religious communities, in promoting freedom of religion or belief for all people.

Please feel free to comment below this blog post.

Would you agree that President Obama has championed religious liberty here, at home?

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