Does Obama Support Gay Marriage?

In the Western states of America, those who support traditional marriage are being attacked (El Coyote Restaurant). These traditional views of marriage have been practiced for a long time as they have been taught by Jesus, the Old Testament and the Koran. Voters who contributed money or campaigned for their traditional and religious beliefs are losing their employment. Churches who stood up for their teachings are finding that their congregations and their property are under physical threat. An elderly woman marching in support of traditional marriage while carrying a Christian cross was attacked by a militant man and her cross crushed and stomped upon. All of those who supported and went to the polls to vote their consciences are under threat if they voted in favor of traditional marriage. This troubling turn of events is being visited upon America by homosexual activists, who do not honor the people’s right to free speech nor the people’s right to vote.

However, there does seem to be one person in America who is allowed to voice and practice his Christian beliefs in regards to marriage, without threats of violence or other retaliation. That person is Barack Obama. Why is President-elect Barack Obama not pilloried for his Christian beliefs and his practices that are in opposition to “Homosexual Marriage?”

Barack Obama Is Against Homosexual Marriage!
Although Barack Obama supports civil unions, he is against same-sex marriage. Barack Obama voted against a Federal Marriage Amendment and opposed the Defense of Marriage Act in 1996.

Barack Obama told the Chicago Daily Tribune: “I’m a Christian. And so, although I try not to have my religious beliefs dominate or determine my political views on this issue, I do believe that tradition, and my religious beliefs say that marriage is something sanctified between a man and a woman.”

Why is Barack Obama’s opposition to Same-sex Marriage acceptable to the militant homosexual activists? Is it because Secret Service agents protect him from those vicious homosexual men who enjoy physically assaulting an elderly woman carrying a cross? What is going on here, that the rest of us mere mortals do not understand?

And why do such mean and hate-filled people call themselves “gay?”

UPDATE: El Coyote employees have given a peace offering of $550 to Same-Sex Marriage Thugs, in an attempt to try and save their jobs. It is doubtful that the thugs will accept the terms, as they want nothing less than the Mormons affiliated with El Coyote to resign from their church and publicly reject the church’s teachings. In other words, it is not about “Gay Marriage,” it is about the destruction of Christianity and America.

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10 Responses to Does Obama Support Gay Marriage?

  1. Deidre says:

    I was really liking your post. I agree that violence is NEVER ok, even if you do think the person is a bigot using religion to spread hate. And you made a GREAT point about Obama. This is where you lost me though-
    … And why do such mean and hate-filled people call themselves “gay?”
    I think this is extremely offensive and if you want people to take this post seriously (because it does have good points) then you should consider removing the last line.

  2. Neddy says:

    Deidre – First off, I see no evidence that any religion mentioned in my post is spreading hatred. Or is it that you believe that anyone who voted for Proposition 8 is a BIGOT? If so, then I guess you are of the same crowd who believes that anyone who voted for John McCain is a RACIST.

    Secondly, I asked a question. Perhaps you know the answer. I do not. Why should I remove my question because it offends “mean and hate-filled people,” and, apparently, also the narrow-minded and uneducated?

  3. Deidre says:

    No, I think anyone that voted for McCain is either uneducated on the issues or maybe a moron. I would hope that no one would vote for or against a candidate for any reason other then their stance on the issues.
    Also, I am not an idiot, I know that gay means happy and you were trying to be clever, it’s just that you aren’t. You sound like you FOR SURE voted for prop 8 because you are a bigot. I’m sure you’ll barf up something about the “definition of marriage”, but honestly I am sick of hearing it.
    People that voted for prop 8 were either manipulated buy the incredible scare tactics used or are prejudice against GLTB. I am NOT buying the definition of marriage thing, so come up with something new…

  4. Deidre says:

    Also, I was serious when I said you WERE making good points… you gave yourself up in the comments though! Have a great day! 😀

  5. Neddy says:

    Yes Deidre, I am such “a moron” that I didn’t even see Prop 8 on the ballot, so I probably didn’t vote for or against it. But who knows? I’am a moron, you know, as I voted for McCain. In fact, I am such a moron that I have no idea what you are talking about with “definition of marriage” or GLTB. “GLTB” sounds like a serious disease, so, if it is, I am against it. I found out what marriage was when I was a pre-schooler and have never had to look it up for any definition thingy.

  6. Deidre says:

    WOW… you are one sad individual. Please stay away from my blog, as I will definitely be doing the same for yours. And you are the epitome of a moron, you continue to prove that.
    What is your reason for voting Yes on Prop8 then if not the old “definition of marriage” crap… pure homophobia?

  7. Neddy says:

    She has not a clue, as in “clueless.” Apparently she thinks Prop 8 was on the National Ballot along with McCain and Obama. She is a testament to America’s present educational system. She has no knowlege of the American political system, has obviously never read the U.S. Constitution and gets her news from Saturday Night Live.

    What is this “old ‘definition of marriage’ crap… pure homophobia?” – I have not a clue what she is ranting about.

  8. Walt says:

    I just have to point out that this blog states that Obama is against gay marriage while also making the contradictary statement that he “opposed the Defense of Marriage Act in 1996.” The Defense of Marriage Act, which did pass in 1996 actually severely limits rights of same-sex couples to marry, stating:

    1. No state (or other political subdivision within the United States) need treat a relationship between persons of the same sex as a marriage, even if the relationship is considered a marriage in another state.

    2. The Federal Government may not treat same-sex relationships as marriages for any purpose, even if concluded or recognized by one of the states.

    Obama continues to oppose these limitations and will most likely repeal the Defense of Marriage Act, thereby paving the way for Federal support of same-sex marriage. Barack Obama most certainly is in support of equal rights for same-sex couples, including the right to marry. Obama however is a smart man, realizing that outspoken support for a controversial minority would unfortunately be political suicide. Please get your facts straight before making such statements on behalf of our political leaders.

  9. Neddy says:

    Walt – First off – I am NOT making statements on behalf of Barack Obama. I am reporting what I have found about Barack Obama, and wondering why he is given a pass for saying that he is against gay marriage, while other Americans are being abused in the public square for saying the exact same thing.

    For Example, I used the site following for the information that I published about Obama:
    http://lesbianlife.about.com/od/lesbianactivism/p/BarackObama.htm

    That site (not me) states:

    Although Barack Obama has said that he supports civil unions, he is against gay marriage. In an interview with the Chicago Daily Tribune, Obama said, “I’m a Christian. And so, although I try not to have my religious beliefs dominate or determine my political views on this issue, I do believe that tradition, and my religious beliefs say that marriage is something sanctified between a man and a woman.”

    Barack Obama did vote against a Federal Marriage Amendment and opposed the Defense of Marriage Act in 1996.

    He said he would support civil unions between gay and lesbian couples, as well as letting individual states determine if marriage between gay and lesbian couples should be legalized.

    “Giving them a set of basic rights would allow them to experience their relationship and live their lives in a way that doesn’t cause discrimination,” Obama said. “I think it is the right balance to strike in this society.”
    Sources: Chicago Daily Tribune, National Gay and Lesbian Task Force

    So … Tell me again, what did I state that is wrong about the policies of Barack Obama?

  10. Deidre says:

    I don’t know where I said it was on the national ballot, and you didn’t answer my question. What is the reason for voting Yes on Prop 8? If you don’t have one just say so….

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