Rev. Ted Pike
National Prayer Network
Monday, Oct 12th, 2009
On Sunday, tens of thousands of gay rights supporters marched from the White House to the Capitol “demanding that President Obama keep his promises…to end discrimination against gays.” Their underlying demand is that he sign the federal hate crimes bill into law.
Last Thursday, the House of Representatives passed the defense authorization bill, with the hate bill attached. Today’s surge of homosexual activism in the Capitol was an immediate result. This outpouring was also the result of widespread (primarily favorable) publicity concerning the bill by the Jewish Anti-Defamation League and Jewish pro-homosexual media. This publicity had been conspicuously denied since the bill was introduced into Congress in January; ADL’s previous strategy was to pass it behind the scenes in Congress without public debate.
Congressional passage is now a virtual certainty; but to forestall any possibility Obama might fulfill his threat to veto the defense/hate bill package, it is strongly to ADL’s advantage to publicize and promote the hate bill. Pro-hate bill media and activist groups speak as if its passage were already a fact. They portray the hate bill as one of the great civil rights milestones of American history. They flatter Obama that he might become a hero for gay civil rights as was Martin Luther King for black civil rights.
Yet Obama has repeatedly threatened veto of the defense bill if Congress adds what he considers $100 billion of unnecessary, wasteful spending on extra F-35 warplane engines. But the House of Representatives defied him last week by adding the engines to the defense bill. Through national publicity and public display on the mall, the President is now warned that his homosexual and liberal supporters will be bitterly disappointed and angry if he allows hate bill victory to again slip through their fingers.
Their insistence contrasts sharply with the lack of pressure by leadership groups of the mainstream Christian/conservative right that Obama keep his promise and veto the bill. Lacking imagination of how Christian America could marshal forces to compel Obama, they agree with liberals that hate bill passage is virtually accomplished.
But the National Prayer Network is generating widespread and mounting demand for Obama’s promised veto. Having trumpeted this message on nine national radio interviews since Thursday, I am booked to encourage millions more in broadcasts this week. Through high-profile websites such as Rense.com, Truthtellers.org, and chain and email lists reaching millions, we are flooding the White House with emails encouraging Obama to keep his word.
Get on board! Add your emails to the tidal wave, counterbalancing the tens of thousands of homosexuals who gathered in Washington, D.C. today. Let Obama know that many more Americans oppose the hate bill than support it!
Email these two messages to the President immediately:
Send these two messages in separate emails. You may cut and paste them in at www.whitehouse.gov/contact.
This article was posted: Monday, October 12, 2009 at 4:10 am