Ken Hutcherson, the seriously whackaloon Washington preacher, has a column in the Christian Post that is sort of a catch-all of the week’s news. Obama is like Hitler and he’s controlled by Satan because he gave a talk to Planned Parenthood. Oh, and so is Jason Collins.
Last Friday, April 26th, President Obama became the first sitting president to speak at the National Planned Parenthood Conference. Not only did he speak at this event, but he invoked God’s blessing upon them! No president in our history has had the arrogance to openly endorse the slaughter of our unborn, and atrocities against women. Would the American people have ever endorsed the likes of Adolf Hitler, Joseph Stalin, Emperor Hirohito, or other mass-murderers as this President has done?…
Am I making a comparison of our sitting president to these criminals? Sadly, I have to.
No you don’t. You choose to.
Wait a minute. The very existence of a gay person and a president taking a position you disagree with it an attack on Christian views? I don’t think you know what “attack” means. Of you’re just a ridiculous demagogue. Take your pick.
In other news, do any of you believe there is a connection between the Boston Celtic NBA basketball player, Jason Collins, announcing he is gay only 72 hours after President Obama’s speech to Planned Parenthood? The answer is a resounding YES! More proof that Christian views are very much under attack! The enemy has impeccable timing.
The connection between these two stories should be very obvious: they both go directly against God’s Holy Word. After all, God hates hands that shed innocent blood (Prov.617) and is sickened by sodomy (Rom.1:24-27). Unfortunately, our President has chosen to commend rather than condemn these things. These two situations are critically dangerous to our society. Why is the United States of America, and many within the church today, putting God to the test? This is far worse than playing with fire.
More importantly, why are you putting my invisible pink leprechaun to the test by continuing to say stupid shit? He says that if you keep saying stupid shit, he’s going to do really bad things to you. You better not test him.