Alliance Defending Freedom Lists Obama’s Attacks On Religious Freedom, Family, Unborn Babies, And Marriage

Jun 11th, 2014 | By | Category: Featured


Obama is Orwell's Big Brother.

Obama is Orwell’s Big Brother.

Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF) has published a lengthy list of Barack Hussein Obama’s attacks on religious liberty, the family, and the sanctity of life since he took office. The list below is only deals with his assaults on religious liberty. Read and distribute the complete list:

  1. Pledged to sign the Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA) into law – interfering with the right for religious employers to choose their employees.
  2. Appointed radical homosexual activist Chai Feldblum to the position of commissioner on the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). Feldblum is on record saying: “…we should … not tolerate private beliefs about sexual orientation and gender … Protecting one group’s identity may, at times, require that we burden others’ belief liberty … it is essential that we not privilege moral beliefs that are religiously based over other sincerely held, core, moral beliefs.”
  3. Signed into law the so-called “Hate Crimes” law, which has been a precursor to the silencing of religiously-based speech regarding sexual behavior.
  4. Advocated for and repealed the military “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” policy with no religious liberty exceptions, resulting in serious religious liberty implications for military chaplains and all service members of faith.
  5. Modified Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) guidelines – forcing landlords to violate their conscience.
  6. Designated “religious public service” as the only public service that will not be counted as payment towards student loans.
  7. Argued in Hosanna-Tabor v. EEOC that the government could interfere with the internal faith and mission of religious organizations and churches. The U.S. Supreme Court ruled 9-0 against this attempt to attack religious freedom.
  8. Changed “freedom of religion” to “freedom to worship,” a lexicon shift that could limit religious freedom outside the four walls of the church.
  9. Ordered the removal of a monogram symbolizing Jesus before speaking at Georgetown University.
  10. Refused to host the National Day of Prayer at the White House.
  11. Omitted, on at least three occasions, the mention of the Creator in the Declaration of Independence.
  12. Misquoted the national motto, “In God We Trust,” saying it was “E pluribus Unum.”
  13. Neglected to fill the position of religious freedom ambassador for almost two years. Finally relented after public and congressional pressure.
  14. Opposed inclusion of President Franklin Roosevelt’s “D-Day Prayer” as part of the World War II Memorial, saying it would “dilute” the memorial.
  15. Declined to make any religious references in his annual Thanksgiving speech.
  16. Promoted the demands of the homosexual agenda over the religious beliefs of other nations, calling those beliefs an “obstacle” to homosexual “rights.”
  17. Ignored a U.S. Supreme Court decision ordering the Mojave World War I cross memorial to be re-erected.
  18. Disputed the granting of asylum to a German homeschooling family who had taken refuge in the United States to escape Germany’s mandatory public education laws, stating that Germany’s law “fails to violate the family’s fundamental rights.” The Supreme Court declined to review the case, thereby sending the family back to Germany, where they will face huge fines, criminal penalties, and the possible loss of custody of their five children.
  19. Issued new Department of Justice workplace guidelines entitled “LGBT Inclusion at Work: The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Managers” which require that DOJ employees affirm homosexual behavior and state that “silence” means “disapproval.” These guidelines could threaten future advancement for those who do not express “support” for those who engage in homosexual behavior.
  20. Announced that he “strongly objected” to an amendment protecting religious freedom and freedom of conscience for members of the military. Rep. John Fleming (R-LA), the author of the amendment said, “This administration is aggressively hostile towards religious beliefs that it deems to be politically incorrect.”
  21. Speaking at Belfast, Ireland’s Waterfront Hall to 2,000 young people at the G8 Summit, President Obama attacked Catholic and Protestant schools, saying: “If towns remain divided – if Catholics have their schools and buildings and Protestants have theirs, if we can’t see ourselves in one another and fear or resentment are allowed to harden – that too encourages division and discourages cooperation.” 21 American Catholics for Religious Freedom responded: “Secular progressives like President Obama ignore the truth that faith-based education is a component of the religious freedom guaranteed by the Constitution.”
  22. Omitted the words “under God” from his reading of the Gettysburg Address in a video done with various celebrities and former Presidents, in a line that every other participant delivered as “that this nation, under God, shall have a new birth of freedom.”
  23. Recorded an introduction to Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey, produced by avowed atheist Seth MacFarlane. The host of the program, Neil deGrasse Tyron said: “If you start using your scripture, your religious text as a source of your science, that’s where you run into problems…Enlightened people…don’t use the Bible as a textbook.”


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