First day in office, Obama begins deconstruction of society and traditional values
Posts his radical agenda on White House website
January 21, 2009
If anybody actually believes that Obama isn't really an ultra-leftwing radical, get ready for a rude awakening. The Obama administration is wasting no time with its plans to change America.
Within an hour of his swearing-in, the following was posted on the official White House website, as Obama's immediate "civil rights" goals.
Protect cross-dressing and transgenderism in workplace (including schools) through federal law: Pass "Employment non-discrimination Act" [EDNA] to prohibit "discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity or expression".
Expand hate crime statutes, including the radical "Matthew Shepard Act" which would allow the federal government to prosecute and punish if the crime was perceived to be "motivated by prejudice based on the actual or perceived . . . gender, sexual orientation, gender identity" of the victim.
"Reinvigorate" the federal Department of Justice to pursue prosecution current hate crime laws against citizens.
Repeal the Defense of Marriage Act [DOMA]
Push for full civil unions and federal recognition of homosexual couples, with benefits equal to actual marriage. (This appears to be leading up to full federal recognition of same-sex "marriage".)
Allow homosexuals to serve openly in the military - repeal "Don't ask don't tell."
Use the federal government to expand adoptions of children by homosexuals.
Using the federal government to push for more sex-education and contraception in schools and throughout society (especially in light of the goal to repeal DOMA).
Lift the federal ban on needle exchange -as a "politically correct" way to attempt to combat AIDS without being highlighting the real cause homosexuality and drug use. According to the website, Obama wants to "confront the stigma -- too often tied to homophobia -- that continues to surround HIV/AIDS."
Entire "civil rights" list from White House web site
And as we've already reported, Obama is helping the homosexual movement target the schools, having appointed his buddy Arne Duncan as US Secretary of Education. This past October, Duncan recommended that the Chicago Board of Education approve a special homosexual/ bisexual / transgender public high school. But there was so much outrage that even the pro-homosexual Mayor of Chicago, Richard Daley, backed away from the idea. Now, he'll have free reign.
Wall Street Journal: Duncan Caused Stir With Plan for High School for Gays
It's gotten to a point where the homosexual blogs are keeping a scorecard of the various homosexual activists that Obama is bringing into major positions in the US government.
And of course, Obama had a Gene Robinson, the homosexual activist Episcopal bishop, give a major prayer during inauguration week. And he had a "proud" homosexual band march in the inauguration parade.
And we're just one day into the new administration. . .
Do most people even care anymore?
Probably the most distressing thing about the this election season and Barack Obama's rise to power is the realization that a majority of America is willing to accept things that were unthinkable even ten years ago. This must be what it felt like in Europe in the 1930s.
Although the mainstream media has buried, or otherwise refused to report on, an enormous amount of negative information about Obama, three things are reasonably well known: (1) his zealous support for partial-birth abortion, (2) his intimate 20-year membership in the church of Reverend Jeremiah Wright, famous for "G-d Damn America" speeches and other diatribes; and (3) his close association with the anti-American terrorist Bill Ayers, who continues to spew hatred of this country.
Over the last few months, we randomly asked a fair number of middle-class Obama supporters whether any of these items bothered them. Nobody we talked to seemed to mind. Some people seemed to agree with much of it. Even when we pressed them, it still didn't matter. They just wanted some "change", and if this is part of the package, they could live with that. (Maybe there's something exciting about a "dangerous" leader." Or, after decades of 60's former hippies running the public schools and colleges, a neo-pagan anti-American mindset is becoming the rule rather than the exception.)
Try it yourself. Ask around. You'll be pretty shocked. There's nothing quite as unnerving as a soccer mom with a car full of kids, or a corporate executive, looking you in the eye and dismissing these concerns completely.
At times like this everyone will need to stand up and be counted!