Tuesday, November 24, 2009

All The King's Men (and Women)

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With the stride of nobility and confidence of a king, Barrack Obama rose to the highest office in the land, in spite of his history of very poor choices. You know the list of past and not so past associations---from Bill Ayers to Rev. Wright. The press covered for him and a majority of the voters either ignored his choices or simply didn't care.

He has continued to make bad choices in nearly every aspect of his administration, none more potentially damaging than his nominations and appointments. The results of these decisions are apparently becoming more clear to Americans, and polls indicate that a growing number are starting to push back.

The damage that is beginning to emerge as a result of his propensity for bad choices may be such that all the kings horses and all the kings men and women may not be able to put it back together again.

And maybe that's a necessary step in their rush toward a post American world.

The President's most recent nomination may be one of the worst yet.

Chai Feldblum, his recent nomination to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, (EEOC) holds beliefs that are beyond the fringe philosophy of many of the President's previous nominees. And it is a nomination intended to be a stepping stone to a US Supreme Court nomination.

Feldblum is a signer on the "Beyond Marriage" petition, which advocates polyamory---a practice that includes a grouping of any number of individuals---both male and female---who are willing to engage in sexual acts with each other or just live together in a 'beyond marriage' arrangement. I have written about the "beyond marriage" group in at least two previous blogs.

Feldblum has stated, "I, for one, am not sure whether marriage is a normatively good institution. I have moved away from the belief that marriage is clearly the best normative way to structure intimate relationships."

She has also said that when religious freedom clashes with the LGBT agenda, religious freedom should lose. She believes sexual liberty should win in most all cases because, "that's the only way that the dignity of gay people can be affirmed in any realistic manner."

Andrea Lafferty with Traditional Values Coalition attended Fledblum's recent confirmation hearing and has done considerable research into the nominee. She has written some very insightful and alarming comments. I strongly recommend you read Lafferty's linked report, which also includes a link to Feldblum's comments made in a speech on the subject of "Tilt" in our culture.

This one nomination is a snapshot of how our culture is being undermined, and stone by stone the very foundation is being dismantled leading to the lose of our freedoms.

This is why we at Faith and Freedom continue to do our best each day to inform and inspire. We believe an informed people will be inspired and empowered to resist and will stand for faith and freedom in our culture.

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Thank you and God bless you.

Gary Randall
Faith & Freedom

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