Monday, March 24, 2014
God's Not Dead and He Shops at Hobby Lobby
Hobby Lobby gets its day in the Supreme Court, with oral arguments to begin tomorrow, March 25.
Obamacare and the HHS Mandate orders people to violate their religious faith and to force their participation in the enabling of the deaths of unborn babies.
Well Virginia, this is it. Do we still have a First Amendment?
(I link to myself all the time because, frankly, I can't find anyone saying it better.)
Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts is not Roman prefect Pontius Pilate, and Hobby Lobby is not Jesus Christ, the Son of God. That said, the same imagery is in my mind with regards to this 'trial'.
Mark 12:17 Jesus said to them, “Render to Caesar the things that are Caesar’s, and to God the things that are God’s.”
We the people elected obama, and in so doing have enabled this crucifixion of this faith-based company. The next target might be one of yours. You can close our doors and shut us down, but Caesar cannot have our souls. Time to stand up.
Chattering Teeth flashback to June, 2009:
PICTURED: A civilian spy drone camouflaged as a dragonfly captures the rare image of wanted and reclusive Conservative blogger known only as "DaBlade" from Chattering Teeth. The tall and handsome DaBlade is pictured here centered between the traffic lights holding a subversive sign uncomplimentary to President Obama, peace be unto him. When the traffic light changed from yellow to red, and DaBlade was still several feet from the sidewalk, agents quickly moved in and subsequently roughed him and cuffed him and arrested him for jaywalking.
OK, not really. That is me, but I wasn't arrested... and if Janet Napolitano questions me later, I will swear I made it to the curb before the light changed.
I celebrated Mass at St. Matt's yesterday morning with my lovely bride and several hundred of my brothers and sisters in Christ, then rallied for Religious Freedom and the protest for the defeat of Obama's unjust and unconstitutional HHS mandate. The crowd at the Flint rally was estimated to be over 400, joining the tens of thousands rallying across the country.
I still have those signs up in my garage, and the top picture has been my FB profile banner ever since then.
Now go see this movie! We went after church and were 15 minutes early, but the theater was almost already packed! Just Wow! This is powerful. What if just ONE college student stood up?