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article imageOp-Ed: Obama loses support of some African American faith leaders

By Eliot Elwar     Oct 23, 2012 in Politics
President Obama loses African American support as E.W. Jackson calls out Democratic Party’s sins and black faith leaders plan million dollar effort against same-sex marriage. While the black vote may cost Obama the election, analysts believe he will win
From Charisma Magazine: “Bishop E.W. Jackson founder of the "Exodus Now" movement has called upon black Christians to leave the Democratic Party, and not vote for Democratic candidates because the party is in "rank rebellion against God." Jackson has called the Democratic Party "anti-Christian, anti-God, anti-Bible, anti-family and anti-life." Jackson has received emails from black ministers all over the nation indicating they will not vote for the Democratic ticket because the party has deeply offended them, particularly by making same-sex marriage part of its platform. Jackson is part of a growing consensus among African American church members that their Christianity will prevent them from voting for Obama a second time. He argues that many African American faith leaders are against “the statements and policies of the Democratic Party and the Obama administration is blatantly anti-Christian."
From Newsmax: “African-American faith leaders plan to spend one million dollars in an effort to strip President Barack Obama of 25 percent of the black vote during the 2012 elections. The new nonprofit group, God Said, announced the campaign recently, saying it was offended by Obama’s strong support for same-sex marriage relationships. According to God Said founder, the black community is among the most spiritual in America, and many African Americans are offended by President Obama support for same-sex marriage and that the NAACP has blindly supported the Democratic Party’s secular views. God Said founder added, “I am confident this message will be well received and acted upon on Election Day.”
Analysis
The efforts by conservative African American pastors are probably too little and too late because black faith leaders should have attempted to stop Obama in 2008. While there have always been a minority of black voters opposing Obama, their efforts have been weak and the reelection of President Barack Hussein Obama appears destine to occur. If Obama is reelected, this means the beginning of the end for conservative Christian religious liberty throughout the United States of American (USA). The Democratic Party has transformed into a militant anti-Christian, anti-Israel, pro-abortion, pro-homosexual, and secular humanist political organization under the leadership of hard leftwing socialists. President Obama will lead the charge in the criminalization of Church sermons against homosexuality, Christian home schooling, public criticism of the Islamic faith, and all peaceful demonstrations against abortion. The reelection of President Obama means that he will accelerate the Europeanization, secularization, and socialization of American civilization.
While Mitt Romney could win the presidency, his chances for victory are very slim because election fraud from the hard left could become the subject of concern in the 2012 election and many conservative republican voters are not completely behind Romney. Nevertheless, Romney could be elected and he could save the USA from total economic collapse.
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