800px-Raphael_Rooms_Vision_of_the_CrossIt is always interesting for conservatives, myself included, to see liberals and progressive invoke the name of God when they spend so much time trying to silence those who seek to speak about him.

Today, Senator Dianne Feinstein opened her press conference on assault weapons with a word of prayer. Reverend Gary Hall gave the opening prayer at the weapons ban presser, but also had a few other choice things to say. He reminded lawmakers to fear not the gun lobby and that they had a moral obligation to restrict guns. Who remembers when our lawmakers had a moral responsibility to defend the Constitution and the United States of America?

As the good Reverend continued running his mouth he made another statement and it took the cake. Hall said that everyone in D.C. lives in fear of the gun lobby, however, he believes that the gun lobby is no match for the “cross lobby.” I cannot imagine a more arrogant and hypocritical statement from a liberal.

Hall also went on to speculate that we can no longer justify a society that allows its citizens to keep and bear assault weapons. Maybe someone should remind the Reverend that it is not for him or his pal Feinstein to allow us to exercise our rights. The God that Reverend Hall prayed to is the same God who gave us those rights.

So let’s take a look at Senator Feinstein and Reverend Hall and see just how much they listen to God and just how aligned they are with the “cross lobby.”

The first place to look is abortion. I always find it comical that the left weeps and laments the death of children at the hands of mass murders and spree killers but never bats an eye at the literal holocaust of unborn children. Not only do they seem to find no similarities between the murder of kindergarteners and those who have not even left the womb, but they also feel we as American taxpayers should fund these murders.

When asked about the morality of forcing Americans to fund abortions, Senator Dianne “Cross Lobby” Feinstein stated, “Is it morally correct? Yes, I believe it is. Abortion is legal, and there (are) certain very tragic circumstances that a woman finds herself in. Married, with an unborn baby that’s unable to survive outside of the womb, her doctor tells her it’s a threat to her health. I think she ought to have a policy available to her.”

Dianne_FeinsteinFeinstein was asked again in the same interview and responded, “ Please. We pay for a lot of things that we may or may not agree with, and taxpayers pay for it, for those things, as well.”

Now lets move right along to Reverend “Cross Lobby” himself. The man who so boldly asks for the help of God in defeating the evil pagan gun lobby is also planning to begin same-sex marriages inside of the Washington National Cathedral. This so called man of God is going to desecrate our national cathedral and yet he claims to be part of the “cross lobby”. One would think that a man who spends his life teaching the word of God would know when he has strayed so far from it. Leviticus 18:22 says, “Thou shalt not lie with mankind, as with womankind: it is abomination.”

SO remind me how this man speaks for the “cross lobby?”

This just shows us how detestable and filthy our society has become, that these people use the name of God and prayers like a catch phrase when it is convenient for them. The bible also says that says that in the last days there will be many false prophets and that dark will be light and light will be dark. I think we might have arrived.

As much as it saddens the heart that children do die at the hands of sick and twisted members of our society, it saddens me more that the very same people that seek to end the murders of school children, like those at Sandy Hook, are all too ready to murder the unborn and are willing to force you to pay for it.

Image: The Vision of the Cross, by assistants of Raffaello Sanzio, in the Room of Constantine of the Raphael Rooms, Vaticano; source:Own work; author: Wknight94; Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported license

Lower image: Sen. Dianne Feinstein; source: feinstein.senate.gov, web archive from 2004-10; author: USGov