Obama’s 2nd Inauguration: Calling Evil Good and Good Evil, Part 1

Obama Inauguration Word CloudYesterday was the 2nd inauguration of President Barack H. Obama. I listened to it on the radio and watched a few parts that were of particular interest. One of the most interesting parts of the inauguration for me was the President’s speech.

The theme of Obama’s speech was that of a journey. A journey that he referred to as, “never-ending”. A journey that began with the founding of these United States and continues today. And, in playing on his most recent campaign slogan, a journey that we must move forward.

The President made mention of the unalienable rights of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness, yet his ideology completely contradicts those unalienable rights. With his words, he exalts the founding principles of this country as good, but his actions seem to imply that he actually views them as evil.

Life or Death?

Obama claims that “We, the people, still believe that every citizen deserves a basic measure of security and dignity.” Really, Mr. President? What about the baby in the womb of the woman at the abortion clinic? Where is that citizen’s basic measure of security and dignity? One of the least secure places in this country for a child today is in the womb of its mother. Where is the dignity for the child that dies at the hands of an abortionist or that is burned to death by a chemical abortion? Mr. President, if it is so good for us to provide security and dignity to every American, why do you enable the evil of abortion to continue?

While he does not believe in protecting the rights of the unborn, Obama did assert his firm belief in protecting the environment, vowing to “respond to the threat of climate change, knowing that the failure to do so would betray our children and future generations.”  Is this really a country that values the environment more than the lives of the innocent unborn? How is killing 1.5 millions children every year not the most betraying action we could take on our future generation? Mr. President, if you really think it is so good to protect the planet for our children, abolish the evil of abortion now!

Obama then added a classic non-sequitur. “Some may still deny the overwhelming judgment of science, but none can avoid the devastating impact of raging fires and crippling drought and more powerful storms.” But who is the real science denier? The medical and biological case against abortion is clear. Every new human life begins at conception. None can avoid the devastating impact of raging forceps and crippling saline abortions. Glossing over homicide and calling it “choice” and therefore good does not make it any less evil.

Obama even went so far as to invoke God as the one that commanded us to care for and preserve our planet. What about the innocent unborn? Does God not command us to care for them? Is mother nature more important than the unborn child? If God’s commands are so good, let’s follow all of them, shall we?

As he continued on his “journey” theme he declared that “our journey is not complete until all our children, rom the streets of Detroit to the hills of Appalachia, to the quiet lanes of Newtown, know that they are cared for and cherished and always safe from harm.” What about the unwanted children of unplanned pregnancies. Do we care about them? Will we cherish them? With abortion, the ultimate harm is their ultimate end. Mr. President, you seek to deny the basic right of self-defense by voicing your concern for children, and you call that good, but you continue to deny the basic right of life to the defenseless, and those that would extend charity and security to the unborn, you call evil.

Until the words of this president line up with his actions, he is merely “call[ing] evil good, and good evil . . . put[ting] darkness for light, and light for darkness . . .” (Isaiah 5:20), and to that, God says, “Woe!” Or, as another translation puts it, you are “as good as dead” (New English Translation).

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