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Post  Admin on Fri 20 Feb 2015, 5:32 pm

Exclusive: Joseph Farah explains how BHO broke 2 commandments in 1 statement
Published: 02/11/2015 at 7:17 PM

Would Barack Obama say anything and do anything to achieve his political goals?

That is the question raised – and perhaps answered – by his former political strategist, David Axelrod, in a new book, “Believer: My Forty Years in Politics.”

Axelrod writes that Obama was in favor of same-sex marriage during his first presidential campaign, but lied about his position on the subject because it was still politically unpopular – and had been for many years.
The political strategist counseled Obama against publicly backing same-sex marriage – and Obama complied.
“Opposition to gay marriage was particularly strong in the black church, and as he ran for higher office, he grudgingly accepted the counsel of more pragmatic folks like me, and modified his position to support civil unions rather than marriage, which he would term a ‘sacred union,’” Axelrod writes.
After one campaign event in which Obama stated his opposition to same-sex marriage, he turned to Axelrod and said, “I’m just not very good at bull––ing.” But apparently he was. Obama convinced Americans he was opposed to same-sex marriage.

As Time magazine reported it: “The insider’s account provides the clearest look yet at Obama’s long-established flip-flop, one of the blemishes on his record as a progressive. The admission of Obama’s embrace of deception also calls into question the president’s stated embrace of a new kind of politics in 2008, when he promised to be unlike other politicians who change their views to match the political winds. ‘Having prided himself on forthrightness, though, Obama never felt comfortable with his compromise and, no doubt, compromised position,’ Axelrod writes. ‘He routinely stumbled over the question when it came up in debates or interviews.’”
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In fact, way back in 1996 – 12 years before Obama sought the presidency – he was already on record as supporting same-sex marriage, an idea that was, at that time, far out even for most “progressives.” As a state senate candidate, Obama filled out a questionnaire saying “I favor legalizing same-sex marriages, and would fight efforts to prohibit such marriages.”
But in 2008, as a candidate for president, Obama told Rick Warren’s Saddleback Church that marriage could only extend to heterosexual couples.
“I believe that marriage is the union between a man and a woman,” Obama said at the time. “Now, for me as a Christian – for me – for me as a Christian, it is also a sacred union. God’s in the mix.”

After two years in office, Obama began telling reporters he was “evolving” on the issue, and supported the repeal of the Clinton-era Defense of Marriage Act.

But Obama didn’t publicly support same-sex marriages as president until Vice President Joe Biden said on “Meet the Press” that he was “absolutely comfortable” with redefining marriage.
What’s the big takeaway from this story?

Obama lied to the country from the beginning. He did it to get elected.

He maintained the lie throughout his presidency, lying again when he said his position was “evolving,” when it was not.

He used his “faith,” which he claimed was Christianity, and God’s name to lie. That, too, was a deception – a convenient tool to serve the lie. (In other words, he broke two of the Ten Commandments in one stroke – bearing false witness and using the Lord’s name in vain. In this case, he used the Lord’s name in vain to bear false witness.) 

And he did this in a church, using Rick Warren as the conduit for his deception of the entire nation on television.
He also characterized his using God and faith to lie in vulgar terminology, acknowledging he knew exactly what he was doing – “bull––ing.”

On top of that. He did all of this to ultimately advance a political agenda he knew was clearly in opposition to his expressed Christian faith and God’s commandments.
So I ask the rhetorical question again: “Would Barack Obama say anything and do anything to achieve his political goals?”

Clearly, “progressivism” is his only religion. And the first commandment of Saul Alinsky-style “progressivism” is to achieve your objectives “by any means necessary.”

Media wishing to interview Joseph Farah, please contact media@wnd.com.

Read more at http://www.wnd.com/2015/02/obamas-lying-same-sex-marriage-scam/#812j5gQ9OBU8Eg2d.99

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