Monday, December 05, 2011

Obama against God. (Again)

Apparently our president and his administration have been busily undermining many levels of our social and religious structure while Americans have been distracted by the media fluff and shallow reporting.

This policy was already in pace and would have remained in place until someone finally came forward to tell America what was happening. that someone turned out to be a US senator. this is unconscionable. this administration continues to attempt to destroy all references to God and Christianity in this country under the auspices of egalitarianism and political correctness.

We must remain vigilant until we can remove this interloper and his gang of rogues from power.

The US Military says they are rescinding the order but only after a Republican lawmaker denounced the policy on the House floor.
Todd Starnes reported:

Walter Reed National Military Medical Center said they are rescinding a policy that prohibits family members of wounded military troops from bringing Bibles or any religious reading materials to their loved ones.
The decision to rescind the ban on Bibles came exactly one day after a Republican lawmaker denounced the policy on the House floor and called on President Obama to publicly renounce the military policy.
“The President of the United States should address this and should excoriate the people who brought about this policy and the individual who brought it about should be dismissed from the United States Military,” Rep. Steve King (R-IA) told Fox News & Commentary.
King spoke from the House floor Thursday blasting a policy memorandum from the commander of Walter Reed National Military Medical Center written by Chief of Staff C.W. Callahan. The September 14th memo covers guidelines for “wounded, ill, and injured partners in care.”
“No religious items (i.e. Bibles, reading material, and/or artifacts) are allowed to be given away or used during a visit,” the policy states.
“That means you can’t bring in a Bible and read from it when you visit your son or your daughter, perhaps – or your wife or husband,” King said. “It means a priest that might be coming in to visit someone on their death bed couldn’t bring in the Eucharist, couldn’t offer Last Rites. This is the most outrageous affront.”


Dad said...

I have shared this with and with my family members. I've put a link to it on my blog as well. Thank you for sharing.

Prime said...

Thanks. The word needs to be disseminated, as the mainstream media could care less.