A radical gay group in Michigan crashed an evangelical church service on Sunday.
The radicals interrupted the service rushed the pulpit with a megaphone, noise makers, condoms, glitter by the bucket load, confetti, and pink fabric while screaming at the churchgoers.
The lefties were a part of a liberal organization known as Bash Back Lansing.
…Prayer had just finished when men and women stood up in pockets across the congregation, on the main floor and in the balcony. “Jesus was gay,” they shouted among other profanities and blasphemies as they rushed the stage. Some forced their way through rows of women and kids to try to hang a profane banner from the balcony while others began tossing fliers into the air. Two women made their way to the pulpit and began to kiss. -end (edited)
Doesn’t anybody remember Kristallnacht, and what it was and why? And is anybody naïve enough to think it can’t happen again, and this time to Christians and Jews alike?
I’d like to think that Obama has the best of intentions with this idea of his to put our youth to work and it be for the public good. But when you look at some of the words used (used prior to them being accused of being blatantly socialist in nature) such as “requiring” high school and college students to perform hours of public service, it can get troubling to say the least. Sure, some of these “requirements” have now become just “goals”. But the idea just the same that we need something other than the military and our law enforcement…, well, why?
When you see the video of those two guys standing in front of that voting precinct with their dark suits and some form of instrument, stick, or pipe, apparently as a weapon in hand…, then when you think back to those “movements” in other foreign lands that ushered in socialist regimes and dictatorships, it gives one great pause. Is this the direction we are headed?
Give me some purpose to it. Not some BS about added security from terrorist threat. Bush, Homeland Security, our law enforcement, and the rest of what we have in place has worked just fine for that so far. We’ve been safe here in our homeland for the last seven years, Thank you Mr. Bush. So, what is the reason?
If its public works that needs to be done there are people that need the work right now for that, give them the job. If its some kind of idea of return for the gifts this country provides, well, there might be a point to that in some way, but wouldn’t it be better to just point them in the direction of charitable organizations that could use some volunteers and keep the government out of it? After all, with government involvement you get into that sticky faith based maze that is so hard to now tread. Charity and volunteerism grew out of those faith based organizations. Will a back be turned to those that have done so much?
Job Corps is a worthwhile thing. AmeriCorps, too, is very worthwhile. I understand a new AmeriCorps Center will soon be opening in Vicksburg MS, close here to home. Nothing at all wrong with that. But will this ‘new’ service include groups such as ACORN? Will it become political? Just how much socialization and indoctrination are we talking about? A lot? Little? None?
And what about those gun sales? Just what kind of walk and what kind of talk have we heard from Obama? Our second amendment rights are important; its what keeps us free from tyranny on the home front, sad as that may sound. But it wasn’t to fend off foreign forces nor Indians savages that that right was given to us. But with a quick change on the Supreme Court it’s a right that could be swiftly “interpreted” away. Will Obama fend off those that want to take that right away or will he embrace them?
I heard a pundit today say that Obama will be a check against the far left, and that he ran his campaign as a centrist. Indeed he did. But he started that campaign as the most far left liberal in the senate… so is he? Centrist? Liberal? Will that walk as president be the same as that talk on the campaign trail?
We’ve seen more and more this society turn secular and oppressive to formal religions, and we’ve seen these once fringe groups become more and more open and forceful in there commitment to their cause. Just what does the future hold for our religious freedoms and rights, with more and more power going to those that care little for or about them?
A lot of people have stood up for their rights. We need to start standing up and being counted and guard OUR rights too. Before it’s too late.