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Obama-Appointed Black Gay Judge Is ‘Model Obama Voter’ Says Christian News Site

by David Badash on November 20, 2012

in Bigotry Watch,News,Religion

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A Christian news site reporting on President Obama‘s recent nomination of a judge to the federal bench describes the nominee as “a black homosexual” who “would appear to be the model Obama voter.”

It’s unclear if the publication was attempting to suggest the nomination was made as payback to minority voters for re-electing the President.

“Judge Thomas would appear to be the model Obama voter. According to exit polls, 93 percent of black voters and more than 90 percent of homosexuals voted for Obama in 2012,” Ben Johnson, in “Obama nominates black homosexual judge to ‘ensure that the judiciary resembles the nation’,” wrote:

According to a Gallup survey released in October, homosexuals make up 3.4 percent of all American adults. Black Americans were the most likely to consider themselves homosexual. Some 4.6 percent of blacks label themselves homosexual, bisexual, or transgender, as compared to 4.3 percent of Asians, 4 percent of Hispanics, and 3.2 percent of whites.

LifeSite News, which is anti-gay and anti-Muslim, also was apparently morally forced to replace the word “out” — as in, “openly-gay” — with the word “homosexual” when quoting a Buzzfeed article on the nomination.

According to Buzzfeed, “Obama has now nominated seven [homosexual] lawyers for lifetime-tenured federal judgeships, three of whom already have been approved by the Senate. Judges J. Paul Oetken and Alison Nathan both now sit on the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York, which is in Manhattan. Judge Michael Fitzgerald sits on the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California.”

Readers’ comments were certainly no better, despite LifeSite’s guidelines that state:

LifeSiteNews seeks thoughtful, respectful comments that add useful, additional information or insights directly related to the stories under which they are posted.

“maybe resembling HIS nation….not ours….”

“This is only the beginning.
We all knew this would happen if Obama got re-elected.
Elections have consequences.”

“Couldn’t they find an hispanic/black/white/asian, bisexual/transgendered wo- man to be a judge? That should cover all the bases.”

“I wonder how many pedophiles the prez should nominate to better reflect the percentage of nambla in the american public”

“This is only the beginning. Now that Obama doesn’t need to worry about reelection, it’s full steam ahead on the destruction of America’s culture and values.”

“I guess he will nominate a black pedophile judge next , to go with his global warming judge?
Obama has already made the golden rule , the ten commandments, or any other biblical teaching on loving our fellow man illegal in schools . So Obama has thrown out  Gods perscription on how kids should get along in the classroom and in life and  has replaced it with his homosexual sex activist bullying agenda. So now they can teach perversion to your children under the guise of how to socialize in a humanitarian loving way, you all have to conform to the homosexual idea. What dark age  regressive,  nonsense.  They call abortion and  the homosexual plague as enlightenment on CNN.”

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{ 2 comments }

BJLincoln November 20, 2012 at 9:47 am

They're just mad because they have to keep their opinions to themselves just like everyone else. I bet they had a hard time with desegregation too. There will always be some who will discriminate and a few who will discriminate out loud but they will learn to be quiter about us eventually.

Rsyk November 24, 2012 at 12:45 am

So the proper response to something you don't agree with is to completely clam up about it an not say a thing? "Just deal with it?" Hmm…
I'm sure Fredrick Douglas would have been much more successful had he taken that approach.

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