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Obama taunts and mentally tortures We the People, not realizing that We the People are, in reality, have long been, We the People of Faith

We The People of Faith

By —— Bio and Archives--June 22, 2014

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Stop looking to Obama and his iconic Friday Dump for the news.

Look instead to the Good News, the one that has, most frustratingly to Obama, been there long before he ever came into power; the one that dogs him as he sets about the deliberate destruction of America, and the one that will still be there long after he’s gone.

Because it isn’t a packaged commercial product but rather a way of life for millions, the Good News is something not even BHO cannot possibly change.

With destructive policies that seem never to end,  Obama taunts and mentally tortures We the People, not realizing that We the People are, in reality, have long been We the People of Faith.

Tyrants down through the ages have tried to wipe out We the People of Faith in all places throughout a turbulent world.  Not a single one of them has ever found lasting success.

Ever since he’s been in office, Obama has been looking for ways to root out the Good News for once and for all.  But, like the many tyrants before him, he is up against the brick wall that comes from the Good News not being something that can be tinkered out of existence, but rather an ongoing way of life for millions.

Every Friday of every week, Obama tries to slap his arrogant rising sun logo on everyday life.

This Friday it was his signed executive order that gay partners will be buried together in vet cemeteries, and its mental image of disturbing the sleep of the dead.

Unlike millions who steadfastly believe otherwise, Obama must think that physical death is the end of the soul, irrefutable proof that he’s a CINO (Christian in Name Only).

“WASHINGTON (AP)—A year after the Supreme Court struck down a law barring federal recognition of gay marriages, the Obama administration granted an array of new benefits Friday to same-sex couples, including those who live in states where gay marriage is against the law.

“The new measures range from Social Security and veterans benefits to work leave for caring for sick spouses. They are part of President Barack Obama’s efforts to expand whatever protections he can offer to gays and lesbians even though more than half of the states don’t recognize gay marriage. That effort has been confounded by laws that say some benefits should be conferred only to couples whose marriages are recognized by the states where they live, rather than the states where they were married.

“Aiming to circumvent that issue, the Veterans Affairs Department will start letting gay people who tell the government they are married to a veteran to be buried alongside them in a national cemetery, drawing on the VA’s authority to waive the usual marriage requirement.

“In a similar move, the Social Security Administration will start processing some survivor and death benefits for those in same-sex relationships who live in states that don’t recognize gay marriage. Nineteen states plus the District of Columbia currently recognize gay marriage, although court challenges to gay marriage bans are pending in many states.”

This Friday’s dump coincides with upcoming WorldPride 2014, announced yesterday by the City of Toronto.

“The City of Toronto has officially proclaimed June 20 to 29 to be Pride Week, as Toronto hosts WorldPride 2014, an international event that brings together LGBTTIQQ2SA people from around the world to honour their past, celebrate the present and inspire a better future.

So that you don’t get drummed out of town for being politically incorrect in using the wrong moniker,  “LGBTTIQQ2SA is an abbreviation used to represent a broad array of identities such as, but not limited to, lesbian, gay, bisexual, transsexual, transgender, intersex, queer, questioning, two-spirited and allies.” (CNW, June 20, 2014))

Meanwhile, resorting to his ubiquitous “I”, Obama lifted the 22-year ban on people with HIV traveling to the U.S” for good measure. (Remarks by the President at a DNC LGBT gala, Gotham Hall, New York, New York).

With voice echoes of his ever taunting reminder “I have a pen and a phone”, Obama aims to frighten people with the specter of coming down with diseases like the infectious ones brought in over the border among tens of thousands of unaccompanied illegal minors.

As intensely as he tries to leave hopelessness with the image of vets rolling in their graves at Arlington, it’s Mission Unaccomplished.  Vets in Arlington graves, who paid for freedom with their very lives,  have already gone to a better place.

And Obama’s Friday dump meant to depress all can’t possibly work, by the virtue that every Friday is followed by Sunday.

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Judi McLeod is an award-winning journalist with 30 years’ experience in the print media. A former Toronto Sun columnist, she also worked for the Kingston Whig Standard. Her work has appeared on Rush Limbaugh,, Drudge Report,

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