Inscribed in the stone making up the Jefferson Memorial in Washington, D.C. are the words of our third president: “Indeed I tremble for my country when I reflect that God is just (and) His justice cannot sleep forever.” A day removed from the anniversary of the Supreme Court decision that unconstitutionally set the stage for the greatest genocide in the history of humanity, those words seem quite appropriate. But it gets worse.
Most of us knew that should Barack Obama win a second term, there would be no need for him to temper his far left radicalism. He has no fear of an upcoming election, no fear of lagging popularity, no fear of any serious movement to diminish his power. As he told the Russian President a few months ago, after his re-election he will “have more flexibility.” We saw the beginning salvos of what that will look like in his radical inaugural address.
It could be the passions of the moment, but I don’t know that I remember reading a more partisan or ideologically-driven address than the one Mr. Obama delivered on Monday. Condescending towards his political opponents, the President delivered calls for action on climate change, social justice, amnesty for illegal immigrants, increased welfare intervention and worst of all:
President Barack Obama forcefully advanced the homosexual agenda in his second inaugural address this afternoon, saying redefining marriage must be enacted “by [God's] people here on earth."
“We, the people, declare today that the most evident of truths – that all of us are created equal – is the star that guides us still; just as it guided our forebears through Seneca Falls, and Selma, and Stonewall,” he said.
The 1969 Stonewall riots, in which homosexuals in drag pelted and attempted to immolate police for raiding a Mafia-run gay bar, are considered by many the genesis of the modern homosexual political movement.
“Our journey is not complete until our gay brothers and sisters are treated like anyone else under the law – for if we are truly created equal, then surely the love we commit to one another must be equal as well,” the president said.
How nice that besides once again invoking the notion of God to commend what God calls abominable, the President also trashed Dr. King’s civil rights movement on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. By attaching the sexual rebellion crusade to the suffragettes and civil rights champions of the 50s and 60s, Obama contorts and diminishes the greatness of both those causes. As I said yesterday on the radio show, when you move in the direction of tamping down racism and discrimination based on skin color, you move in the direction of God’s moral order. But when you move in the direction of sexual anarchy, you move in the direction opposite of God’s moral order. The two movements (gay rights and civil rights) are polar opposites.
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Any American who is even superficially aware of the three events Mr. Obama attempted to connect in his speech, would have been appalled by the suggestion. By connecting Seneca Falls (women’s rights) and Selma (civil rights) with the horrendous scene at Stonewall, Obama reveals what a true radical crusader he is. For those who may be unaware, here’s a glimpse of that Stonewall moment Mr. Obama saw fit to honor in his inaugural:
Slightly after 1 a.m., the Greenwich Village streets around the Stonewall Inn filled with homosexuals, who pelted police with bottles. They slashed police car tires, attempted to overturn cars, and chased the police back inside the bar.
“We had maybe six people and by this time there were several thousand outside,” remembered Seymour Pine, a deputy inspector with the Morals Division, who led the bust. “The other side was coming like it was a real war. And that's what it was, it was a war...It was as bad as any situation that I had met in during the army.”
When not threatening police, the crowd confronted them, chanting: "We are the Stonewall girls/ We wear our hair in curls/ We don't wear underwear/ We show our pubic hairs."
Their actions, though, were deadly serious. “Our goal was to hurt those police,” said rioter John O'Brien. “I wanted to kill those cops for the anger I had in me.”
Somewhere during this time, Mr. Obama was undoubtedly suggesting that the police “acted stupidly” ala Louis Gates.
And finally, as if this speech which amongst other things, urged his fellow Americans to further rebel against God’s moral order wasn’t enough, it was concluded by a prayer offered not by Louie Giglio (the evangelical minister forced to withdraw because he believes in the Word of God), but by a “pro-gay Episcopal priest” Luis Leon.
Any American with a moral backbone would be joining Thomas Jefferson in trembling today.