Jody Hice: 'Hypocritical' Obama 'Attacking Us Here In America While Trying To Defend Others Around The World'

GOP congressional candidate Jody Hice of Georgia took to his radio program this week to attack President Obama for “giving the appearance of a willingness to defend religious liberties” in the Middle East merely for “political advantage,” while “fighting against religious freedom here” through the HHS contraception coverage mandate.

“Our same administration is attacking us here in America while trying to defend others around the world,” Hice lamented.

 

Kevin Sorbo Is Sorry All You 'Haters' Didn't Get His 'The Jews Killed Jesus' Joke

Last month, Kevin Sorbo was making the rounds promoting the DVD release of his film "God's Not Dead" when he set off a bit of controversy by declaring that the Jews were responsible for killing Jesus.

Sorbo was discussing Jewish concerns that Mel Gibson's "Passion of the Christ" was anti-Semitic; concerns which he entirely dismissed because, as he said, "News bulletin: you did kill Jesus!"

Those comments generated a bit of controversy, to which Sorbo initially responded by blaming everyone else for not being "enlightened" enough to understand the point he was supposedly making:

Sorbo, the star of “God’s Not Dead” and a new film “Let the Lion Roar,” told TheBlaze on Thursday that he made a “flippant comment” that should have been crafted better.

“Here’s the deal. Here’s reality. The Jewish leaders offered Jesus up to Pilate, preferring to free a hardened criminal,” Sorbo said. “Did all Jews at that time hate Jesus? Of course they did not. The people screamed to let the hardened criminal go. That’s in the book. That’s in the facts.”

Sorbo, who is a non-denominational Christian, said that there were many Jews who defended Jesus at the time and who mourned Christ’s death.

“After all, [Jesus] was Jewish and … the Jewish leaders and a handful of Jews [gave him up],” Sorbo said. “It was more like they were accomplices to his murder. They knew he was going to be murdered. There was no question.”

The actor said he assumed people were more “enlightened” on the issue and would realize that he was being over-simplistic in his remarks.

He credited Jews for creating Christianity as well and affirmed his support for Israel.

“I should have worded it better. We live in such an age where everything is scrutinized,” he said. “Liberals love to project a false image on the wall and get very upset with the image they’ve created themselves.”

Last week, Sorbo appeared on "The Phil Valentine Show" where the topic came up and, once again, Sorbo tried to blame everyone else for not understanding his point, insisting that his original comment was entirely accurate because the Jews "were certainly accomplices" to Jesus' death.

"And here's another flash bulletin," Sorbo said, "that was what was supposed to happen. That was the intention of God. Jesus came down here to die for our sin, right? So that's the way it happened ... Don't tell me that the Jewish population at the time, the Pharisees, didn't have a hand in something to do with Jesus' death. I mean, come on!"

Sobro brushed the whole thing off because people with "nothing better to do" are just trying to create problems.

"Haters just love to hate," he said:

Interestingly, the more Sorbo is asked about his comment, the more his explanation evolves, as last night he appeared on Alan Colmes' radio program where the topic was brought up once again and now Sorbo is just trying to pass it all off as a joke:

SORBO: I wasn’t trying to say that Jewish people had a hand in the death of Jesus because quite clearly many mourned his death at the time he was being crucified. There was no question about that. You know, I was going for a joke, a bad taste joke.

COLMES: You think that was a joke? That was a joke?

SORBO: It was just meant to say that they had a part, there was certainly a part of them that was saying, here is Jesus, here was this hardened criminal, and the Pharisees said….

COLMES: How is that a joke? I can understand you may misspoke, but a joke?

SORBO: Well, OK, you know, c’mon. I’ve taking enough beating on this. I’m hardly an anti-Semite.

Maybe people wouldn't have such a hard time understanding what Sorbo "really" meant by his original comment if his explanation didn't keep changing.

Gina Miller: Islamist-Gay Plot Destroying America

BarbWire content editor Gina Miller is angry that James Foley’s family asked anti-Muslim activist Pamela Geller to pull advertisements in New York that featured images of Foley’s execution, writing that Foley’s family are “the ones who are blasting her ads as they slavishly bow to the tenets of Muslim Sharia law.”

Miller claims extremist groups like ISIS are the true representatives of Islam, which she describes as “a satanic, militant-political ideology couched in a religion.” She adds that “Barack Obama (or whatever his name is)” has facilitated “Muslim Brotherhood operatives into his administration.”

Not only is Obama leaving “our southern border wide open to illegal aliens and Muslim terrorists,” according to Miller, but he is also bringing down the U.S. as he “decimates our military and floods it with ‘out and proud’ homosexual deviants.”

The ads are right on the money. They’re simple, common-sense declarations of the truth of what we face with hell-born Muslim conquest around the world. However, the deluded adherents to “political correctness” among us refuse to tell the truth about Islamic jihad, and instead, attack those of us who do. Rather than acknowledge the dangerous reality we face in demon-possessed Islamic drones who are hell-bent on spreading the bloody cancer of Islam, they revile the watchmen on the wall who warn of the imminent threat of this evil movement.



We see what the Muslims are doing in our nation and around the world. We see the Muslim sympathizer in the White House (who has allowed Muslim Brotherhood operatives into his administration) downplay Islamic terror in our nation, mislabeling the jihadi terror attack at Fort Hood as “workplace violence.” We have seen Barack Obama (or whatever his name is) arm and finance Islamists in the Middle East. We have seen him leave our southern border wide open to illegal aliens and Muslim terrorists. We have seen him allow our Ambassador and others to be murdered by Islamists in Benghazi. We have seen him purge our military and intelligence communities of rational reference to Islamic dangers and forbid them from monitoring mosques—all this while he decimates our military and floods it with “out and proud” homosexual deviants.

We have watched Obama set the Middle East on fire for the Islamists he favors over the ones he doesn’t. I have no idea which Islamists are the “good guys” in his warped mind, nor do I care. What little stability there was over there when he took office has been obliterated by his evil machinations.

Sentient Americans see Islam for what it is: a satanic, militant-political ideology couched in a religion. It is a disease on the face of the earth, and everywhere it exists it brings brutal, violent oppression. Telling the truth about this evil belief system is not “hatred” or “Islamophobia.” Pamela Geller’s ads are spot-on, and we need many more like her. Nowadays, wherever real truth is told, haters of truth will always spit and hiss—and lie. Such is the case with the ones who are blasting her ads as they slavishly bow to the tenets of Muslim Sharia law that stand in stark opposition to everything that the United States of America represents.

CWA Attacks Eric Holder For Raising 'Bitterness, Malcontent And Rancor' In 'Minority Communities'

In a post on Concerned Women for America’s legal blog after Attorney General Eric Holder announced he would resign last week, CWA legal counsel Mario Diaz wrote that Holder would “not be missed” because of what he did to “raise the bitterness, malcontent, and rancor” of “minority communities,” which Diaz claimed worsened race relations in America.

Diaz is just the latest right-wing activist to claim that Holder’s work addressing racism made him the real “racist.”

He will be remembered, for certain. The damage he has done to the country through the Department of Justice will take years to undo. He will be remembered as partisan, petty, divisive, and radically ideological. He did not care for justice for all, but only for those he preferred. He was not an impartial officer, but a promoter of leftist ideology that has been disastrous, especially for those in the minority communities he was so interested in helping.

He helped raise the bitterness, malcontent, and rancor of these communities, while demonizing conservatives and Christians in every way he could. As evidenced by President Obama’s press conference announcing his retirement, Holder is most proud of his civil rights work, but the reality is that race relations are worse, not better, because of his service.

Scott Lively Is Sorry People Are Offended When He Says 'Sexual Perversion' Is Destroying America

The inclusion of anti-gay activist Scott Lively as an independent in Massachusetts’ gubernatorial race has certainly made things more interesting.

For instance, the website iBerkshires reports on an exchange following Monday’s gubernatorial debate, in which Lively had said that “sexual perversion in schools” is a bigger problem than infrastructure decay, earning a rebuke from Republican Charlie Baker, who has an openly gay brother.

After the debate, Lively accused the “very easily offended” Baker of taking a “cheap shot” at him.

“I am sorry that they feel that way but I am not going to start legitimizing sexual perversion just because they are unhappy about it,” Lively added.

One of his remarks triggered a sharp response from Baker, who felt Lively's statement that sexual perversion was corroding the state was a personal insult. During the debate Baker told Lively that was offended by the remark.

"I brought it up because it was pretty clear he was talking about my family. If you are going to talk about my family, you are going to hear from me. That is the way I am built and the way I work," Baker said after the debate.

Lively had another view saying, "that was a cheap shot by Charlie. I was not attacking his family. I am talking about the whole spectrum of sexual behavior outside of marriage."

When asked about offending others in the first state in the country to legalize gay marriage with such comments, Lively said, "these are people who are very easily offended. They have a completely opposite world view. I am sorry that they feel that way but I am not going to start legitimizing sexual perversion just because they are unhappy about it."

Right Wing Round-Up - 9/30/14

Right Wing Bonus Tracks - 9/30/14

  • Mark Creech calls upon GOP presidential hopefuls to "Kiss The Son," by which he means they are to "welcome Christ, to honor him, to love him, to be unashamed of him and his sovereignty over all things" in their run for office.
  • Charles Dunn thinks Ted Cruz ought to sit out the 2016 presidential race because "he's not been around long enough to have built a substantial organization nationally." Of course, Dunn also thinks that Ben Carson would be a great vice-presidential candidate, so maybe nobody should trust his judgment.
  • Anti-Islam activist Robert Spencer says that even if President Obama approves the use of ground troops against ISIS, "he'll hamstring them with rules of engagement that will make it impossible for them to win anyway."
  • Ron Paul wants to see more secessionist movements in the U.S.
  • Tony Perkins says social conservatives are eager to unite behind one GOP presidential contender early in the process in an effort to avoid diluting their power.
  • Finally, Bryan Fischer explains that the recent breach of the White House is proof that God did not design women to serve in the Secret Service.

Steve Deace: Republicans Should Model Themselves After Dan Snyder

Right-wing talk show host Steve Deace thinks he knows who Republicans should start listening to and imitating: Washington Redskins owner Dan Snyder.

Writing yesterday in the Washington Times, Deace argued that while “the lamestream media” tried to use Michael Sam’s decision to come out of the closet to distract from the 2012 Benghazi attack, now media pundits “decided their next faux crusade would be the long-time nickname of Washington, D.C.’s NFL franchise.”

Deace extolled Snyder as an “alpha male” who bravely “put up his own human shields with Native American ties to counteract the lamestream media’s victimology meme” and “introduced these wannabe cultural Marxists to big boy football.”

He urged “gutless Republicans” to learn from Snyder’s “ruthless” manliness: “You hear that, GOP?”

Pay attention inside the beltway, Republicans. I’m about to offer you some advice far better than what you typically get from your battalion of bratty, losing-is-in-their-DNA consultants. And at far less the cost.

Several months ago, the lamestream media was looking for another empty calorie story to feed the idiocracy, rather than reporting on IRS tyranny, Benghazi, President Obama’s declining poll numbers, and everything else that doesn’t line up with their preferred narrative. They tried not one, but two marginal pro athletes coming out as homosexual and that didn’t work. If anything, they created a backlash that made the jobs of those players even tougher. So once the Michael Sam saga petered out, they decided their next faux crusade would be the long-time nickname of Washington, D.C.’s NFL franchise.



But a funny thing happened after the lamestream media issued their fatwa against the Redskins, and tried the same playbook on Mr. Snyder that’s worked so successfully on feckless beltway Republicans for so many years.

They came up against a rarity inside our nation’s capitol — an alpha male.

Passive-aggressive might help you become speaker of the house, where the Peter Principle reigns supreme, but it doesn’t make you a billionaire tycoon. Thus, the tolerance mob finally ran into someone far more ruthless than they, who also happens to have a pot of gold at the end of his rainbow.

Mr. Snyder out-witted, out-played, and out-spent the lamestream media in this variation of the popular reality show “Survivor.” He confronted them on their own turf, beat them in social media, and even put up his own human shields with Native American ties to counteract the lamestream media’s victimology meme. In short, by playing to win and not just lose slower (as most Republicans in Washington do), Mr. Snyder introduced these wannabe cultural Marxists to big boy football. Otherwise known as the real world, where you have to earn the approval of customers — not just your pack-mentality peers. Where you actually have to be better than your competitors to make a buck — not just a subsidy living off someone else’s success.

As a result of being on the receiving end of its own bullying for a change, a lamestream media used to gutless Republicans assuming the position at the first sign of confrontation has learned that it ain’t no fun when the rabbit’s got the gun. Now they’re reeling and devolving into self-parody in a desperate attempt to salvage relevance.



Mr. Snyder called the lamestream media’s bluff, and then doubled-down and took his case to the people. You hear that, GOP?

Pat Robertson's Faith Healing Will Put Doctors Out Of Business!

Pat Robertson’s “The 700 Club” regularly features a segment called “Answers to Prayer,” in which a viewer who claims to have been healed by Robertson or one of his co-hosts shares his or her story.

Today, one viewer claimed that Robertson’s word healed her of a bacterial infection and another thanked Robertson for healing her back pains, which made her so excited that she ran around the house to celebrate.

“We don’t mean to bankrupt doctors but we’re going to take some business away from them,” Robertson joked.

Tony Perkins: 'Deadly Consequences' If Gay Rights Movement Succeeds

Family Research Council President Tony Perkins has repeatedly attempted to link the actual persecution of Christians in places like Iraq and Sudan to the supposed persecution of Christians in America as a result of gay rights and Obama administration policies.

Yesterday on “Washington Watch,” following an interview with Kansas Republican Rep. Mike Pompeo, Perkins spoke with a caller about the need for more “bold, courageous, unfearing” political leaders who will denounce “politically correct” opinions on topics like Islam and homosexuality.

Perkins then attempted to connect violence against Christians abroad to domestic politics: “There are correlations, Congressman Pompeo talked about this, the correlation of the persecution of the church abroad and this intolerance here at home. When we allow political correctness to choke the voices of Christians here at home, no matter what the issue is, but most prominently these days it’s over the issue of the redefinition of marriage and homosexuality, look, it’s very straightforward, it’s very clear and when we refuse to speak, it has deadly consequences.”

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