Doing God's work? Which God would that be? I'm pretty sure our Heavenly Father has bigger things to worry about than backing Obama and his disastrous health care law. Or maybe, since he was talking to his followers about his signature law, he was referencing himself as God. He's definitely a full blown narcissist so is it unfathomable that he would consider himself a god when talking to his loyal followers? Either way, invoking God's name in association with Obamacare is blasphemous.
And speaking of idiots in Washington - Senate Majority Leader and pompous birdbrain Harry Reid said yesterday that the horror stories of people losing their insurance coverage or having to pay higher premiums because of Obamacare are simply untrue. Harry says if you tell people your premiums went up or you lost your coverage you're a liar. I guess that includes MSNBC (All Barack All The Time) host Dylan Ratigan. Hmmm - seems to me he is (or maybe was) an Obama supporter. So he's lying too? What possible reason could he have to do that?
In other news - Arizona Governor Jan Brewer yesterday, to the disappointment of millions of conservatives nationwide, vetoed the religious freedom bill that was offered in that state. Brewer, who came under intense pressure from LGBT groups, liberals nationwide and even the National Football League, who threatened to move the Superbowl from Arizona if the governor signed the bill into law. (I find it interesting but not surprising that a national sports organization is throwing its weight around in the political arena. But that's another story.)
As I listened to the Mark Davis radio show this morning he brought up a couple of interesting points that question the "fairness" of the attitude of the left on this topic. The left doesn't believe that businesses owned and operated should be allowed to refuse service to anyone based on the business owners' religious beliefs. Let's go with that for a minute.
In Colorado recently a Christian man who owns a bakery refused to make a wedding cake for two gay men because he said he does not support gay marriage based on his Biblical beliefs. The couple sued and a judge ordered the baker to make the cake for the couple. In New Mexico a Christian photographer declined to photograph a wedding between two women for the same reason. The photographer lost her case also with a written concurrence accompanying the decision that said the woman and her business partner husband “...now are compelled by law to compromise the very religious beliefs that inspire their lives,” adding “it is the price of citizenship.”
Just one more example of the religious rights of Muslims being upheld and the religious rights of Christians being tossed aside. Why is it only one religion in the USA seems to have protected rights these days? Could it be because of the statement: "They [Muslims] have been reminded that the history of immigration in this country has a dark underbelly; they need specific assurances that their citizenship really means something, that America has learned the right lessons from the Japanese internments during World War II, and that I will stand with them should the political winds shift in an ugly direction."