President Obama has included homosexual couples raising children in a list of “American families” in a recent proclamation declaring Monday National Family Day.
“Whether children are raised by two parents, a single parent, grandparents, a same-sex couple, or a guardian,” said Obama in the proclamation, “families encourage us to do our best and enable us to accomplish great things.”
The president went on to encourage participation in Family Day by sharing an evening meal as a family unit. “A strong nation is made up of strong families, and on this Family Day, we rededicate ourselves to ensuring that every American family has the chance to build a better, healthier future for themselves and their children,” he said.
The family day proclamation is in keeping with Obama’s oft-professed support for the homosexualist agenda.
When Obama proclaimed June “LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender) Pride Month,” he reiterated that he supports several issues on the homosexual docket, including homosexual hate crime legislation, homosexual “affirmative action” in the workplace, allowing open homosexuals in the military, and adoption to homosexual couples.
During the same month, Obama signed a presidential memorandum extending spousal benefits to homosexual partners and other unmarried partners of federal employees.
Remember, lots of Christians voted for Obama.
How does the promotion and celebration of adult selfishness over the needs of children square with a Christian worldview? Children do best when they are raised by two opposite-sex parents, linked to them biologically, who stay together in a stable, loving relationship. Children have a right to their mother and father.
For more information, please see my previous post explaining how traditional families differ from same-sex arrangements.
4 thoughts on “Obama praises non-traditional families on National Family Day”
Great rhetorical question. It is the same theme with abortion, divorce, sex outside marriage and oxymoronic “same sex marriage” — the desires of adults trump the needs of children.
Great graphic on religious views and votes for Obama. I believe this election was one of great compromise. Many people compromised and ignored their convictions and beliefs when the voted for either candidate. We can’t forget the number of unhappy conservatives who were upset with the selection of McCain. The Church needs to unite under a third party candidate who doesn’t compromise a Biblical worldview.
Speaking of non-traditional families and Obama… you hear yet that PCUSA has been giving money to ACORN for years?
Ah yes, the PCUSA. Where the “U” is for Universalist!