Now Dobson AND Huckabee are RIGHT on!


James Dobson and Mike Huckabee have now both pointed out plainly where Obama is wrong on the right to life issue, Obama’s relative morality and a (God forbid) Obama Presidency.

( See my earlier post on Dobson’s comments earlier this week regarding Obama’s misguided view and interpretation of the Bible.)

Before I get into …. a great line from Huckabee that really fits in with my earlier post about Obama’s interpretation of scripture….

“We need to ask what is it that he (Obama) believes. What he believes is that the Sermon on the Mount is outdated.”

“I always found it interesting that liberals want it both ways — they don’t want to bring religion into the public square unless they bring it and get to reinterpret it.”

Newsmax has a piece outlining two separate conversations: one with James Dobson on Sean Hannity’s Radio Show and another with Mike Huckabee on Hannity and Colmes.

On Sean Hannity’s radio show, Dobson says the following:

“What terrifies me is the thought that he might be our president . . . might be in the Oval Office . . . might be the leader of the free world . . . might be the commander in chief — because as I said a minute ago, the man is dangerous, especially in regard to this issue of morality. I can’t tell you how strongly I feel about this. 

“He’s saying that my morality has to conform to his because we all have to agree or else it’s not democratic. Do you remember the position that he’s taken on the Born Alive Protection Act that was passed in Congress in 2002? It kept medical people who were unsuccessful in killing an unborn baby — they took their best shot at [the baby] and [the baby] managed to limp into the world — and so Congress said if he comes out alive you can’t murder him.

“That came to the fore of the state of Illinois legislature, and the only person to oppose it was Barack Obama and he was chairman of the committee, and got up and spoke in opposition to it. [He said] ‘We’re saying that a person is entitled to the kinds of protections provided to a child — a 9-month old child delivered to term — it would essentially bar abortions because the Equal Protection clause [that he was opposed to] does not allow somebody to kill a child.’

“This is what this man believes; [that it’s acceptable] to kill children that you don’t want or need . . .”

 “Am I required in a democracy to conform my efforts in the political arena to his bloody notion of what’s right in regard to tiny babies?”

I have blogged about Obama’s stance on life previously…..The point Dobson makes about Obama’s callous view of an unborn child (politics or no politics) aligns with that post.

 Mike Huckabee on Obama:

“It’s about the collective view of Americans who believe that all people are created equal, and that every human life has intrinsic value and worth. And when Barack Obama believes that we can have partial birth abortion, then we’ve taken away the equality of that unborn child and we’ve said that he’s expendable — that he’s not as valuable as he would be if he were born five minutes later.

“That defies something beyond anybody’s politics. That goes to the heart of what we are as a civilization . . . we have elevated and celebrated life. That’s why we don’t leave our soldiers on the battlefield when they are wounded. We say to leave no man behind, because we don’t view their worth and value as their soldiering, we view it as their personhood.

“And when you rob a human life of its personhood, as you do with the kind of abortion policies that Barack Obama supports, that’s a serious issue, I think, for many of us who don’t see this as a religious issue but see it as something even deeper.”

Well put….

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One Response

  1. It’s time these kinds of points are made and reiterated about B.O. and that his PC deconstructionism is well exposed. Any Christian will find it quite obvious that he’s had very little Bible study and lots of radical Marxism while at church.

    Keep up the good work,

    Hank

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