Yes, Americans want government out of our personal and private family lives. But government is ordained to protect innocent lives from being destroyed. And that's what happens every time an abortion takes place.In this column, Joseph Farah blasts Barack Obama's double-talk about "rights." When Obama says, "Government should not intrude on private family matters," as Joseph explains, it is obviously opposite of what Obama has done. Yes, actions speak much louder than words.
Obama doesn't care about the rights of women. He doesn't care about privacy. He doesn't care about "choice." And he doesn't care about or believe in the sanctity of human life.
Whom is Obama kidding?
By Joseph Farah
January 28, 2011 ~ 1:00 am Eastern
On the 38th anniversary of one of the worst Supreme Court rulings in the history of the Constitution and the American republic, Barack Obama expressed his firm support of Roe v. Wade and abortion on demand, saying, "Government should not intrude on private family matters."READ FULL STORY at WorldNetDaily.com
Government should not intrude on private family matters?
Whom is this guy kidding?
Can we even count the ways Obama and his administration seek to intrude on private family matters?
- The hallmark legislation of his regime is Obamacare, a completely unconstitutional program that mandates individuals and families purchase government-approved health-care insurance. There is to be no "choice" in the matter. The government intrudes directly in the doctor-patient relationship, determining what is appropriate care and what is not. And, of course, Obama himself has stated unequivocally his preference is for a single-payer system in which government is ultimately responsible for all health-care decisions.
- Obama and his party approve of legislation that will eventually ban "choice" in what kind of light bulbs individuals and families can purchase.
- How about private family matters like personal finance? Obama not only wants to preserve a tax system that requires individuals and families to make all the details of their personal, private financial matters available to the government, he has sought to raise taxes on the most productive individuals because, after all, it's not really their money. It belongs to the government to redistribute as it sees fit.
- Obama seeks to monitor and regulate how much energy individuals and families use in their homes and offices.
- Obama wants individuals and families accountable to government on how they educate their children.
- Obama supports rewriting the laws of nature and nature's God in redefining what constitutes a family.
I could go on and on. This is not a matter of "privacy rights" for Obama. He doesn't believe in privacy rights.
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