Sunday, February 19, 2012

Robert Fibbs Hits At Santorum For Saying Obama Agenda Is Not Biblical, But Obama Made The Comparison

The former propaganda minister of the Obama Regime, the goofy Robert Fibbs, attacked Rick Santorum for saying that Obama's socialist wealth redistribution agenda is "about some phony ideal. Some phony theology. Not a theology based on the Bible. A different theology." (Yahoo News).

An adviser to President Barack Obama's re-election campaign says GOP presidential candidate Rick Santorum went "well over the line" when he questioned Obama's Christian values.

Robert Gibbs tells ABC's "This Week" that it's time "to get rid of this mindset in our politics that, if we disagree, we have to question character and faith."

Gibbs says the country would be better served if presidential candidates focused instead on the economic challenges faced by the middle class.

The problem is, Santorum was not questioning Obama's faith, he pointed to a comparison Obama made, invoking Jesus Christ's name when he spoke about taxing the rich (CNN).

Obama said that as a person who has been "extraordinarily blessed," he is willing to give up some of the tax breaks he enjoys because doing so makes economic, and religious sense.

"For me as a Christian, it also coincides with Jesus's teaching that for unto whom much is given, much shall be required," Obama said, quoting the Gospel of Luke.

But nowhere did the Lord say it was OK for a government to seize and redistribute wealth. Liberals who twist the Bible for their own Socialist schemes don't get that charity is supposed to come from the heart.

Obama and other liberals who use Jesus' words to justify their socialism also forget one of the Ten Commandments.

"You must not covet your neighbor's house. You must not covet your neighbor's wife, male or female servant, ox or donkey, or anything else that belongs to your neighbor."

As for Fibbs' claim that "if we disagree, we have to question character and faith," well, didn't his candidate call President Bush "unpatriotic" for the national debt?


Some liberals are already saying this makes Santorum unfit to be President. Really? These were the same liberals who were silent about Obama belonging to a "church" where anti-Semitism, anti-Americanism, black nationalism, and racism against whites was preached from the pulpit.

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