Skip to comments.Obama Proclaims ‘Religious Freedom Day’ While Fighting 91 Religious Liberty Lawsuits
Posted on 01/19/2014 9:52:02 PM PST by Olog-hai
On Wednesday, Pres. Obama declared today Religious Freedom Dayeven as his administration continues its court fights against those seeking religious liberty.
While fighting 91 different lawsuits against his HHS mandate requiring employers to provide coverage for abortifacients and contraceptives, Obama even vowed to remain committed to promoting religious freedom in his proclamation.
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How about ‘Obama Freedom Day’? I, the country, the world can’t wait two years.
Someone needs to inform him it’s religious freedom, not so-called “freedom from religion”.
Strike the irony while it’s hot...
Thanks, ever so much, king obama!
(What happened to the first amendment?)
Mac dadddy keep reaffirming that his words are nothing but lies and he NO credibility. Watching grass grow is more productive than anything he say or does.
Had Enough Yet ?
Someone please tell the idiot that he cannot proclaim a day to allow us to practice any of our God given rights.
What’s next free speech day or freedom of movement day?
There is a reason why our founders pointed out that our rights are given by God and not government or some monarch but come directly from God.
Religious Freedom Day?
He is celebrating yet another muzzie un-known holiday?
Every day is “religious freedom day”, of course not being American you wouldn’t know that.
A Catholic Navy chaplain barred from practicing his religion during the recent government shutdown is now the target of retaliation by the federal government, according to an amended complaint filed by his attorneys.
How can people tolerate the hypocrisy of this guy ? He should have faced some very pointed questions before responsible journalists (an oxymoron, I know) walked out en masse.
That’s what you get out of someone who comes up with nonsense phrases like “negative liberties” for the Constitution. He must really despise the Ten Commandments, which is the ultimate list of so-called “negative liberties”, then.