By R.J. Erickson|
With the recent violence committed by ISIS against Christians in the Mid-East, many have been surpised by Obama's refusal to to use the term Islamic extremism, or refer to them as terrorists.
State Department spokesman Marie Harf was on MSNBC and actually said that the reason people join ISIS is that they have a lack of opportunities and what they really need is a jobs program. This of course caused widespread ridicule, but it only highlights just how out of touch Obama and his people are.
Obama likely believes that if all the members of ISIS were to come to America, go on welfare and food stamps, and get a subsidized apartment that the world's problems with terrorism would be solved.
During a recent speech at the national prayer breakfast, Obama told Christians that they "need to get off their high horse and recognize the terrible deeds Christianity has wrought in the name of religion."
It has been obvious for many years that Obama has held Christians and constitutionalists in contempt.
He detests them. He and his administration see "right wingers" and gun owners as the number one threat of terrorism, while at the same time making excuses for the real terrorists, namely the Muslims.
Obama is an anti-Christ in spirit. He sides with the anti-Christian religion, and his policies reflect his hatred not only for Christianity, but for the nation he leads.
At the same time the constant threat of terror is being used to justify the war machine in the Mid-East and an intrusive unconstitutional police state in America. And this was true long before Obama came to power. It's just become more blatant under him.
Christianity is supposed to be a warrior religion. We're not supposed to victims like those 21 Christians that were beheaded by Muslim terrorists in the Mid-East. We're not supposed to let a tyrannical government steal our God given rights here in America. We are supposed to be warriors.
Our government thinks we're sheep. The Muslims think we're sheep. If we stood up for ourselves and did not allow them to intimidate us, that would solve the problem right there. We could easily be an invincible power in this world.
We who are in Christ have unlimited God-given power over evil, whether it's in government, in our personal life, or in terrorism. We need to utilize the power God has given us and then we can not only be safe, but we can have victory.