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Choice News FRIDAY, JAN 27, 2012  |  7 comments  |  1 commentary
International backlash begins against Obama’s LGBT agenda


Senator Jim DeMint and Ambassador Aponte

NEW YORK, January 20 (C-FAM) - The citizens of several countries are pushing back against President Obama’s lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender foreign policy imperative. Leaders in El Salvador launched a website on “Obama’s Corrupting Foreign Policy” and are asking the U.S. Senate to reject Obama’s nominee for ambassador to their country.

President Obama announced in December that the promotion of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) behavior is a top foreign policy priority, even for the U.S. military overseas. At the same time, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton gave a high-profile speech at the UN equating LGBT status with religion. The State Department told oambassadors worldwide to recognize “gay pride month,” and it released a list of “accomplishments” including the fact that a U.S. ambassador had published an OpEd promoting the LGBT agenda on behalf of the United States. ...


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km | va  Find all comments by km
Mike wrote:
How is it less hypocritical for Muslims to hide Muslim homosexuality while condemning it publicly, while acting turned off by what you call Christian hypocrisy? Are you defining "Christian" properly, or as Muslims do, not distinguishing between followers of Jesus Christ, and pew warming followers of the culture?
dear Mike, i dont believe it is less hypocritical for Muslims to hide homosexuality, while acting turned off by what i call Christian hypocrisy. i believe hypocrisy is hypocrisy whether it comes from Christians or Muslims. the difference is that we as blood-bought children of God should not give the lost world an occasion to blaspheme the gospel of Christ. we must live to a higher standard. i define Christian as all those who profess Christ and are saved through grace alone through faith alone. i cant see whats in their hearts if they are a true believer or false convert. i only want to exhort all my brethren to a more obedient faith in Christ, in line with the statutes, principles and precepts of God's word. God bless.
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News Item1/28/12 6:00 PM
jpw  Find all comments by jpw
km wrote:
my point is that we need to accept the challenge to live up to our calling in Christ
bravo! bravo!
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News Item1/28/12 3:33 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
km wrote:
... i believe there is an underground flow of homosexuality in most societies. however the key word is "underground" and not openly public and commended as we see here. for example in islamic societies it is a shame to even speak of such things much less joke about it which unfortunately i see happen often among Christians. Islam is a false religion, Muslims need Christ, however they really are turned off by Christian hypocrisy. we also say one thing and do another. i speak this by experience as my inlaws are all Muslim and i lived with them in there country for over a year. my brothers in law are not closet homosexuals, they are just lost. we need to show them Christ by a changed life not only by words and not by comparing our morality with theirs because in many ways they exceed the righteous lifestyles of many professing Christians. my point is that we need to accept the challenge to live up to our calling in Christ
How is it less hypocritical for Muslims to hide Muslim homosexuality while condemning it publicly, while acting turned off by what you call Christian hypocrisy? Are you defining "Christian" properly, or as Muslims do, not distinguishing between followers of Jesus Christ, and pew warming followers of the culture?
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km | va  Find all comments by km
Russ wrote:
One thing most Americans aren't aware of is the rampant homosexuality that pervades the middle east Islamic countries. They may say one thing, but when Thursday comes around they practice something altogether different. You would be surprised what you see through night vision and thermal scopes
i agree that this may be true. i believe there is an underground flow of homosexuality in most societies. however the key word is "underground" and not openly public and commended as we see here. for example in islamic societies it is a shame to even speak of such things much less joke about it which unfortunately i see happen often among Christians. Islam is a false religion, Muslims need Christ, however they really are turned off by Christian hypocrisy. we also say one thing and do another. i speak this by experience as my inlaws are all Muslim and i lived with them in there country for over a year. my brothers in law are not closet homosexuals, they are just lost. we need to show them Christ by a changed life not only by words and not by comparing our morality with theirs because in many ways they exceed the righteous lifestyles of many professing Christians. my point is that we need to accept the challenge to live up to our calling in Christ
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News Item1/28/12 8:43 AM
Russ | Texas  Find all comments by Russ
One thing most Americans aren't aware of is the rampant homosexuality that pervades the middle east Islamic countries. They may say one thing, but when Thursday comes around they practice something altogether different. You would be surprised what you see through night vision and thermal scopes
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News Item1/27/12 9:48 PM
km | va  Find all comments by km
San Jose John wrote:
Well...we're giving radical Islam yet another reason to hate us, and providing yet another reason for people like me to be increasingly ashamed of their own country.
The other day I heard a liberal on TV give a list of 7 or 8 items supported by Islam that were supposed to be "bad". 3 of those items were actually NOT bad but GOOD, from an orthodox Christian and original-traditional American perspective. Such is the deteriorating condition of national and cultural unity in this once great nation.
you are totally right about that. some Christians are offended at the Muslim lifestyle yet many of the things Muslims do or dont do is exactly how we should be behaving according to the scriptures.
and i think some Christians attack them because of envy and pride, they dont want to be challenged to live according to Bible. we give the enemy much reason to blaspheme and thats a terrible shame that grieves me everyday. we need to humbly repent and live a life worthy of our calling, not because works save us but because we are saved we should live to glorify our Father in heaven and live blamelessly before men. we made room for this perversion because we stopped living like salt and light. may God have mercy.
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News Item1/27/12 11:43 AM
San Jose John | San Jose, CA  Find all comments by San Jose John
Well...we're giving radical Islam yet another reason to hate us, and providing yet another reason for people like me to be increasingly ashamed of their own country.

The other day I heard a liberal on TV give a list of 7 or 8 items supported by Islam that were supposed to be "bad". 3 of those items were actually NOT bad but GOOD, from an orthodox Christian and original-traditional American perspective. Such is the deteriorating condition of national and cultural unity in this once great nation.

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