Hillary Clinton: A Real Radical

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Steve Feazel
When I viewed Dinesh D’souza’s film, Hillary’s America, it struck me that Saul Alinski revealed in an interview with Playboy Magazine that he defrauded the Chicago University cafeteria system out of meals. He would order a cup of coffee for five cents and get a ticket, then depart with the ticket to another cafeteria location where he ordered a full meal. He put that ticket in his pocket, ate the meal then on the way out surrendered his five cent coffee ticket. He taught others to do the same and proudly boasted that a group of them ate free for six months. When asked if he had any qualms about the theft, he answered that food was more important than profit.

What a concept, “It’s Okay to rip off some one selling food because no one should make a profit on selling food.” I guess that means that the people who prepared and served the food merited no remuneration, the wholesaler deserved no payment, the distributer the same and even the farmer should expect no money for his efforts. It takes simple logic to realize that no one would be in the food business if they could not make a profit. Where would that put the consumer? Alinsky founded his progressive thought process and radical activism on deception and common thievery. This is who Hillary Clinton calls a mentor. Her history shows that she has followed the ways of her mentor in a stellar way. Alinski’s ideas were founded on immoral behavior leading to scams which is what Liberalism really is.

With this known, we should not be surprised when Hillary said, “… deep-seated cultural codes, religious beliefs and structural biases have to be changed” for the sake of giving women access to “reproductive health care and safe childbirth.”1

She says that “religious beliefs have to be changed.” Pardon me, but the way we change things in our country is to pass a law. I seem to remember that the First Amendment prohibits congress from passing any law that infringes on the practice of one’s religion. Then I do remember the Sisters of the Poor on the Supreme Court steps fighting to not pay for contraception to their employees under the so called Affordable Care Act. Would Hillary, if elected president, dare to change religious belief? Would she force all churches to modify manuals and creeds? What would she do to the Ten Commandments? I’m sure her husband would like to eliminate at least two of them.

Hillary Clinton needs to know that changing religious belief is beyond her pay grade and position even if she becomes president. Bible believing Christians hold beliefs because God has decreed them in his holy Word. They are not something revisited like a party platform every four years. Pro-life Christian believers base their position on a number of scripture verses. One of which is Psalm 139:13 “For you created my inmost being; you knit me together in my mother’s womb.” (NIV) We oppose abortion because we believe that God teaches in his Word that the formation of life is a sacred act performed by him in partnership with the mother. That, Madam Secretary, is not changeable by you, because you will never become God even if you feel his equal. You will just have to be satisfied with being a radical like your mentor, which fits someone who is willing to trade 3,000 unborn children per day for millions of uninformed female votes.

1. http://dailycaller.com/2015/04/23/hillary-on-abortion-deep-seated-cultural-codes-religious-beliefs-and-structural-biases-have-to-be-changed/#ixzz4Fkpq1Nsj

Steve Feazel, is an author, speaker and video producer. Three of his documentaries have won awards at film festivals and appeared on national television. He is the coauthor of the forthcoming book, Abduction: How Liberalism Steals Our Children’s Hearts and Minds.

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