Anti-Christian Obama opposes freedom of conscience in military, because he does not want chaplains able to refuse to marry his gay pals, as he wants those faux-gay marriages forced on the entire country

President Obama and by extension many Democrats have perfected the art of doublespeak (; he is angry that a provision in The Defense Authorization Act, Section 533 offers protection of religious conscience rights for military chaplains. Speaking out of both sides of his mouth, in one breath he rejects any Congressional legislation that provides for military Chaplains to be able to refuse to perform any rituals that offends their religious conscience – based on the lie of such legislation being harmful to good order and discipline, pretty good for a coward that never served his country in uniform, if this is his country of origin. Then out of the other side of his lying mouth, he declares there are already freedom of conscience protections for chaplains.

Then why in the world would he object if those conscience protections are just reinforced in the Defense Authorization Bill? He seems to be taking both sides of the issue, saying there are already such protections, but that he does not want such protections being legislated. Hmm? What is going on with this known liar? It is all about gay marriage; it is about his turning the military pink and that can be proven here: The Administration strongly objects … because those provisions adopt unnecessary and ill-advised policies that would inhibit the ability of same-sex couples to marry or enter a recognized relationship under State law.

Two things are important here: 1. While he says he is for the protection of religious conscience for chaplains, at the same time he fears legislating those protections would mean he could not force chaplains to perform faux-gay marriage ceremonies, which marriages he wants to have the pretense of religious approval. His objections are aimed directly at the Christian Church, which Church he hates with a passion; it is not a socialist organism, it will not submit to his god-like opinions on right and wrong. 2. Notice something else key in his statement – he wants those faux-gay marriages to be forced on all the states, demanding that every state recognize them as being lawful. If gays pretend to marry in the military, he wants every state to recognize those marriages or else. Thus, by making such sham marriages possible, he can then force gay marriage recognition on the entire country by the back door (pardon the disgusting gay term). This is an attack on States Rights and an imposition of federalism on everyone. He does not care as much about gays as he does using them as a means to dictate his amoral, anti-Christ policies on everyone.

“Section 533 is an unnecessary and ill-advised provision, as the military already appropriately protects the freedom of conscience of chaplains and service members,” Obama wrote in a statement issued after the signing. “My administration remains fully committed to continuing the successful implementation of the repeal of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell, and to protecting the rights of gay and lesbian service members; Section 533 will not alter that.”

The section, called “Protection of Rights of Conscience,” had been introduced in Congress last year by then Missouri Representative Todd Akin, and successfully passed both the House and Senate. It provides, “No member of the Armed Forces may require a chaplain to perform any rite, ritual, or ceremony that is contrary to the conscience, moral principles, or religious beliefs of the chaplain, or discriminate or take any adverse personnel action against a chaplain.”

As previously reported, the Obama administration expressed opposition to the provision and others upon its passage, stating that it was “potentially harmful to good order and discipline” in the military. Barack Obama used identical wording to that which was used by the Department of Management and Budget at that time.

The Administration strongly objects … because those provisions adopt unnecessary and ill-advised policies that would inhibit the ability of same-sex couples to marry or enter a recognized relationship under State law,” the department wrote.

It stated that the conscience clause was “overbroad,” and that it “would prohibit all personnel-related actions based on certain religious and moral beliefs.” Its general objection to the various proposed amendments in stating that they “inhibit the ability of same-sex couples to marry” also suggested that the Department believed that the protections granted to chaplains left no one to officiate the ceremonies.

In announcing his intention to sign NDAA into law, Obama said that additional laws were not needed in regard to the matter because chaplains are already exempt.

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