• James Dobson Inconsolable Over Loss of Religious Freedom of Bigotry

    Evangelical leader James Dobson — despite promises to go away — is back again, despairing loudly and melodramatically all over his nice, clean, freshly-pressed flock of radio parishioners, because of this "utter evil that's coming out of the United States Congress"…

    I want to tell you up front that we're not going to ask you to do anything, to make a phone call or to write a letter or anything.

    There is nothing you can do at this time about what is taking place because there is simply no limit to what the left can do at this time. Anything they want, they get and so we can't stop them.

    Wow! When you hear this kind of hyperbole coming out of an understated guy like Dobson, you just know it's gotta be a big deal.

    So, what is this blasphemous, anti-Christian, demonically-inspired legislature that the liberal congresspeople have been busy excreting into the federal law books?

    The Federal Local Law Enforcement Hate Crimes Prevention Act of 2009

    The Democratic-led U.S. House of Representatives Wednesday approved an expansion of federal "hate crime" laws — an effort that former Republican President George W. Bush had opposed.

    On a vote of 249-175, the House passed and sent to the Senate a bill backed by the new Democratic White House to broaden such laws by classifying as "hate crimes" those attacks based on a victim's sexual orientation, gender identity or mental or physical disability.

    What Dobson is justifiably concerned about is the very real possibility that Christians may lose their divinely-mandated right to persecute homosexuals as they best see fit.

    Not since the days when Christians were regularly fed to hungry lions to entertain a crowd of bloodthirsty pagans have we seen such dark days for the Lord's children.


    Tags: Christianity, Crime, House of Representatives, James Dobson, LGBT, Religion, Senate

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