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Obama's Gay Marriage Endorsement Divides 2012 Black Vote; Black Voters Replaced With Gay Voters!

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Its Official! It Appears The 2012 Obama Re-election Campaign Has Officially Replaced BLACK Voters With Gay & Latino Voters!

If I'm Wrong on this Political Teory please prove me wrong.

It also appears Pres. Barack Obama's Endorsement of Gay Marriage has Officially Split the BLACK Vote, the American BLACK Community & some BLACK Churches.

The Mainstream Media & Hollywood wants the American BLACK Community to believe We are Stupid or NOT Intelligent for Refusing to Accept Gay Rights as Civil Rights.

The Mainstream Media & Hollywood also wants the American BLACK Community to believe We are Stupid for Refusing to Accept the Gay Lifestyle as Natural Human Behavior from God when its NOT.

To the Contrary!

The Mainstream Media & Hollywood is Stupid for trying to Force such Idiotic Theories about Human Beings & Human Behavior on the 21st Century American BLACK Community.

More than 50% of American BLACK Voters do NOT Believe Homosexuality is Genetic.

Nor do they Believe Gay Rights is Equal to Civil Rights because Human Ethnicity is NOT a Personal Lifestyle Choice.

The Ethnicity of Human Beings is due to Natural Genetics.

Human Babies don’t have the ability to choose their Natural, Biological BLACK, White, Latino, Asian, Indian or Bi-Racial Genealogy.


Adults Can have Sexual Intercourse with anyone they choose, Male or Female.

Thus the Gay Lifestyle is a Personal Lifestyle Choice.

Gay People Are NOT Born Biologically Gay!

No Human baby exits the Womb of a Natural Born Woman GAY!

To state such a thing is Ludicrous & beyond Logical, Human Reason!

God’s Word states he Created Male & Female Human Beings to Marry, Become One and Reproduce.

For Example: Adam & Eve.

NOT Adam and Adam or Eve and Eve!

At some point in their Young Lives Gay People were either Exposed to Homosexual Behavior or Inappropriate Touching, which Confused them and perhaps later caused them to Prefer Sleeping with Members of their Own Gender.

I repeat!

More than 50% of American BLACK Voters do NOT Believe Homosexuality is Genetic.

Nor do they Believe Gay Rights is Equal to Civil Rights because Human Ethnicity is NOT a Personal Lifestyle Choice.

So now that Pres. Barack Obama, America’s FIRST BLACK President, has Publicly Endorsed Gay Marriage how will such an Endorsement affect Pres. Obama’s Relationship with BLACK Voters during the 2012 Election?

It will most certainly Hurt him!


Because Most BLACK Voters although We Like Pres. Obama, We do NOT believe he has Invested as much into the American BLACK Community as he has in the WHITE Community, Asian Community, Latino Community & Gay Community.

Its almost as if Pres. Obama has completely Abandoned the American BLACK Community


We Completely Embrace & Accept Gay Rights As Civil Rights.

NO other Ethnic Group was asked to Substitute Gay Rights for Civil Rights.

Only the American BLACK Community!


I would really like to know why.

So instead of helping to Uplift the Collective American BLACK Community, it appears Pres. Obama’s 2012 Re-election Campaign has just decided to basically Abandon us & Replace BLACK Voters with Gay Voters & Latino Voters.

In November BLACK Voters will have 3 Choices to make at the Polls:

1) Hold Your Nose & Vote For Pres. Barack Obama’s Re-election anyway.
2) Choose NOT to Vote for a Presidential Candidate.
3) Vote for Mitt Romney

You Decide!

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Complexity in black church reactions to Obama’s gay marriage announcement

After the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. first gained wide public recognition in the mid-1950s, he made a special request to evangelist Billy Graham.

King was poised to join Graham on one of his barnstorming crusades, but he would do so only on one condition. He asked Graham to publicly speak out against segregation, a request Graham declined, says San Diego State University historian Edward Blum.

“What Graham feared was losing all of his influence,” Blum says. “For him, personal salvation was primary, justice secondary. For King, justice was primary.”

After President Obama this week became the first sitting president to endorse same-sex marriage, black clergy and churchgoers could be facing a question that's similar to the one that fractured King and Graham: Should my ideas about personal holiness trump my notion of justice?

The answer to that question is evolving – just as Obama’s views on gay marriage have been. Poll numbers and interviews with black clergy suggest it’s simplistic to say that the black church is anti-gay marriage and may desert Obama, as some pundits have suggested.

Equal rights for some people?

Some black pastors take the approach of Graham, who recently came out in support of a successful drive to amend North Carolina’s constitution to ban same-sex marriage and domestic partnerships.

For them, personal salvation is primary; homosexuality a sin, and so is gay marriage. Their enthusiasm for Obama will be diminished, Blum says.

“It will be, ‘I’m going to vote for him, but I’m not going to talk about him much,’ ” Blum says. “It’s the difference between voting for him, or voting for him and putting out a street sign and making sure your neighbor gets to the poll.”

Others in the black church say their approach centers on justice.

The Rev. Joseph Lowery, who was a part of King’s inner circle, says Obama had to support gay marriage because he believes in equal rights.

“You can’t believe in equal rights for some people and yet not believe in equal rights for everybody,” Lowery says. “That includes the right to marry the person of your choice. Equal rights for some people are an oxymoron.”

Lowery says Obama’s announcement was “more revolutionary” than the moment that President Lyndon Johnson went on national television during the heyday of the civil rights movement and called for racial equality, declaring, “We shall overcome.”

Obama’s “We Shall Overcome” moment will force Americans – black and white – to reexamine positions on same-sex marriage, Lowery says.

“A lot of white people didn’t believe in desegregation until the Supreme Court declared it unconstitutional,” says Lowery, who presided over Obama’s inauguration. “And then they began to rethink it and basically came to the same conclusion.”

Pastor or President?

At least one black minister in North Carolina captures another neglected dimension to the debate. He opposes same-sex marriage but doesn’t like the energy Christians devote to opposing it.

“He’s the president of the Untied States, not the pastor of the United States,” says the Rev. Fred Robinson, who lives in Charlotte. “America is a democracy, not a theocracy. I’m not going to vote on one issue.”

Robinson says some Christians are better at being against something than for something. Christian divorce rates are just as high as those for secular marriages, he says.

“Our witness is stronger if we actually show that we believe in marriage and lived in and honored it,” he says. “That would be a greater witness than running to the polls to enshrine discrimination in the state constitution.”

The Rev. Tim McDonald, founder of the African-American Ministers Leadership Council, says he opposes same-sex marriage, but he is more concerned about issues like health care, education and jobs.

He's interested to see how black pastors handle Obama’s announcement when they step onto the pulpit Sunday.

“I don’t see how you cannot talk about it,” he says. “I have to. You can say I’m opposed to it [same-sex marriage], but that doesn’t mean I’m against the president.”

McDonald says more black pastors are talking about same-sex marriage than ever before: “Three years ago, there was not even a conversation about this issue – there wasn’t even an entertainment of a conversation about this.”

Polls show that black opinions on same-sex marriage are changing.

According to a Pew Research Center poll conducted in April, 49% of black respondents described themselves as opposed to marriage between gays and lesbians, 14% fewer than in 2008. The percentage of African-Americans in favor of it increased from 26% in 2008 to 39% in 2012.

In 2008, Californians voted on Proposition 8, a measure that would make same-sex marriage illegal in the state, at the same time that they cast ballots for president.

CNN exit polling showed that 70% of California African-Americans supported Prop 8 but that the overwhelming majority - 94% - also backed President Obama.

Black pastors who preach in favor of same-sex marriage know they may pay a price if they take Obama’s position, says Bishop Carlton Pearson.

Pearson is a black minister who says he lost his church building and about 6,000 members when he began preaching that gays and lesbians were accepted by God.

“That’s the risk that people take,” he told CNN. “A lot of preachers actually don’t have a theological issue. It’s a business decision. They can’t afford to lose their parishioners and their parsonages and salaries.”

Pearson navigates the tension between the Bible’s call for holiness and justice this way:

“I take the Bible seriously, just not literally,” he says. “It’s more important what Jesus said about God than what the church says about Jesus.”

What Did Jesus Christ Say About Homosexuality? Read Matthews 19:1-8.

Contrary to what Lawrence O'Donnell & many Hollywood Celebs think Jesus did NOT Endorse Homosexuality!
1) And it came to pass, that when Jesus had finished these sayings, he departed from Galilee, and came into the coasts of Judaea beyond Jordan;

2) And great multitudes followed him; and he healed them there.

3) The Pharisees also came unto him, tempting him, and saying unto him, Is it lawful for a man to put away his wife for every cause?

4) And he answered and said unto them, Have ye not read, that he which made them at the beginning made them male and female,

5) And said, For this cause shall a man leave father and mother, and shall cleave to his wife: and they twain shall be one flesh?

6) Wherefore they are no more twain, but one flesh. What therefore God hath joined together, let not man put asunder.

7) They say unto him, Why did Moses then command to give a writing of divorcement, and to put her away?

8) He saith unto them, Moses because of the hardness of your hearts suffered you to put away your wives: but from the beginning it was not so.

This Is Big Trouble For Obama: Hispanic And Black Voters Aren't Registering to Vote

The Washington Post today digs into voter registration numbers that should leave the Barack Obama campaign a bit worried: among black and Hispanic voters — especially in key states and districts — voter registration is trending sharply down.

Consider these numbers: Registration among Hispanics nationwide is down 5 percent. But even more troubling is in key swing states like New Mexico and Florida, where registration is down 28 and 10 percent, respectively.

The decline in minority registration “is obviously an area of concern,” said Democratic strategist Simon Rosenberg, president of NDN, a left-leaning think tank.

But he predicted the Obama campaign “will have enough money and enough focus to mitigate the problem. . . . They have five months to get the electorate looking the way they want.”

But this is why the Obama campaign and Democrats should be severely concerned: According to that Pew Research Center survey, the 2008 electorate "was the most racially and ethnically diverse in U.S. history, with nearly one-in-four votes cast by non-whites."

Pew Research Center

The voter registration for both black and Hispanic voters rose by a combined 7.6 percent in the 2008 election.

Now this:

That shows how voter registration affected turnout. And in overwhelming numbers, those voters picked Obama. He won the Latino vote 67 percent to John McCain's 30 percent, and only 5 percent of black voters picked McCain.

But in a twist, this could also provide the Republican Party, led by its first national Director of Hispanic Outreach, Bettina Inclan, with an opportunity to pounce with its never-before-seen strategy to appeal for the Hispanic vote.

“I think the more we talk about the issues and the more we have Republicans going into local communities and saying, ‘This is what Republicans believe in. This is what Democrats believe in,’ Hispanics are going to make decisions for themselves," Inclan told Business Insider.

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Sources: ABC News, Bible Gateway, Business Insider, CNN, Eurweb, Pew Research Polls, Politico, WRAL, Youtube, Google Maps

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