Barack Obama has been in office about six years, and the economy still cannot provide jobs for millions of Americans who want to work, there are rumors of $6 gasoline, the Middle East is, literally, aflame and Congress, featuring an uncompromising Obama cohort, Sen. Harry Reid, is considered dysfunctional by many Americans.
But boy, have those "gay" issues, like same-sex "marriage," moved forward.
At least that's what Obama, who once was dubbed the first "gay" president by Newsweek, told an LGBT fundraiser in New York.
Obama also has been called the "abortion president" by James Dobson, one of America's best-known Christian personalities, who later upgraded his label for Obama to "the anti-religious freedom president."
Obama's recent boasts about "gay" promotions were noted by officials with the American Family Association, whose millions of constituents largely have been appalled by the president's advocacy for a lifestyle choice the Bible has defined as sin.
A note from AFA President Tim Wildmon warned, "My friend, our nation is in deep trouble under President Obama and liberals in Congress … are you registered to vote in upcoming elections?"
He noted just some of Obama's boasts at this week's "gay" fundraiser in New York.
Obama said, "The day that the Supreme Court issued its ruling, United States v. Windsor, was a great day for America."
- So Pride Month is a time for celebration, and this year we've got a lot to celebrate. If you think about everything that's happened in the last 12 months, it is remarkable. In nine more states you're now free to marry the person you love – that includes my two home states of Hawaii and Illinois. The NFL drafted its first openly gay player. The U.S. Postal Service made history by putting an openly gay person on a stamp – the late, great Harvey Milk smiling from ear to ear.
- When I took office, only two states had marriage equality. Today, 19 states and the District of Columbia do.
- But because of your help, we've been able to do more to protect the rights of lesbian and gay, and bisexual and transgender Americans than any administration in history.
- We repealed "don't ask, don't tell," because no one should have to hide who you love to serve the country we love.
- I lifted the 22-year ban on people with HIV traveling to the U.S.
- Before I took office, only one openly gay judge had been confirmed in history. We have 10 more.
- [W]e stopped defending the so-called Defense of Marriage Act in the courts and argued alongside Edie and Robbie before the highest court in the land.
- I've directed my staff to prepare for my signature, an executive order prohibiting discrimination by federal contractors on the basis of sexual orientation and gender.
It was in 2010 when the November issue of "Whistleblower" magazine described the developments under Obama's homosexual agenda, and the truth of the issue.
"Despite recent shocking news reports – like the CDC's revelation that one in five homosexual males in the U.S. is infected with HIV/AIDS and new studies proving children raised by same-sex parents are far more likely to commit homosexual acts than other kids – the radical 'gay rights' agenda, including same-sex marriage and open homosexuality throughout the armed forces, is about to be forced down Americans' throats," the magazine warned.
In a short time, it was. Despite the fact that in 41 states voters added language to their own state constitutions defining marriage as between a man and a woman. Notoriously, in California, a homosexual judge ruled that if he married a man, the state would be required to recognize the marriage.
It was shortly after that Obama was labeled "The First Gay President," by Newsweek.
Writer Andrew Sullivan said, "He had to discover his black identity and then reconcile it with his white family, just as gays discover their homosexual identity and then have to reconcile it with their heterosexual family."
It's not the only title of questionable benefit that has been applied to Obama. Dobson, in fact, created headlines across the country when, at the National Day of Prayer, he called Barack Obama the "abortion president."
Shortly later, in a message to constituents, he doubled down.
The founder of Family Talk Radio and a courtroom opponent of Obamacare said Obama is "the anti-religious freedom president."
His comments came in a newsletter to constituents.
He began by citing atheist activist Mikey Weinstein's condemnations of Christianity and his court challenges. But Dobson says Weinstein, founder of the Military Religious Freedom Foundation, isn’t the biggest danger to religious believers in America.
"Weinstein, for all his bluster, is not the primary threat to the free expression of religion. Despite the pandering he receives from the mainstream media, the greater danger is posed by our federal government," Dobson warns.
The federal government, he says, "seeks to limit or weaken religious liberty and to 'fundamentally transform' this great nation."
"That was an oft-quoted campaign slogan by candidate Barack Obama during his presidential bid in 2008. We now know what he meant by it," Dobson writes.
"Among other things, he was targeting religious freedom and set about accomplishing that from the beginning. That was the activity to which I objected strenuously during my comments in Washington. I offer no apologies for expressing those views now. The effort to force Christians to violate their consciences must be opposed with all vigor, regardless of the consequences – primarily because it is unconstitutional. Christians are being chastised, dismissed, harangued and sued for daring to practice their deeply held convictions in the public square. Family Talk is among those who have been pressed against a wall," he writes.
WND reported originally when Dobson spoke to the National Day of Prayer that hundreds stood and cheered his condemnation of the government's ongoing attempts through Obamacare to require Christians to participate in something that profoundly violates their faith – abortion.
"[Obama] has made it so that every American will have to pay toward the support of abortion," he said, citing hundreds of millions of dollars in taxpayer funds that already go to Planned Parenthood, the nation's largest abortion industry player.
He implored attendees to "keep fighting."
"We can win. And keep praying because that's what really made a difference here."
See Dobson's original comments: