Skip to comments.Vander Plaats: Religious Freedom in Jeopardy Under Obama
Posted on 08/08/2012 11:25:42 PM PDT by tsowellfan
President Barack Obama places religious freedom in jeopardy and his policies on religion will become more of a socialist model if he wins a second term, Bob Vander Plaats, president and CEO of the Iowa-based Christian political advocacy organization The Family Leader, told Newsmax.TV in an exclusive interview.
Vander Plaats, who served as former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabees Iowa chairman in 2008 and endorsed Iowa caucus winner Rick Santorum last December, said while Obama has been a terrific model in regards to his marriage to Michelle and raising their daughters, his policies are detrimental to the family... (video at link)
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Thats a bit short sighted I would say... if not myopic..
The entire Constitution is in jeopardy by Obama and his Cabal..
This guy is delusional.. much more is at stake than religious freedom..
Being afraid to speak the situation clearly must be a republican disease..
He must be a compassionate conservative..
Afraid to face the blood and guts thats obviously ahead..
The liberals are not kidding, they are as serious as a heart attack..
The republicans start cutting off the federal checks and the dreck will hit the fan..
If they DON’T the same thing will happen.. ANYWAY..
The money will stop eventually, it has to..
The guy has no credibility with me. How can he say Obama is a terrific model for raising his kids?!
Growing numbers of Americans, except for muslims, are showing year after year they`re not swayed by the likelihood of a reduction of religious freedom, so long as the government offers them something shiny and sparkly in its place. For instance, that flap with the Catholics about 0bamacare-mandated contraception coverage has long dissipated.
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