Wednesday, March 7, 2012

Obama's Latest Fundraising Email Spins His Attack On Freedom Of Religion Into a Positive

 Here's how Obama is spinning his attack on religious beliefs of millions into an "assault on women's healthcare." He says Republicans are ready to take us back to the "Dark Ages." What does Obama not understand about the First Amendment Freedom of Religion? What ever happened to the Separation of Church and State? It apparently only works in one direction, his direction.  

Here's their fund raising email that hit the email
in boxes today.

Obama - Biden
Friend --

We now know for certain that, no matter who the Republican nominee is, we're not only up against the same economic policies that helped create the worst economic crisis in our lifetime.

We're also up against a set of rigid social policies that would take us back almost a century.

What we've seen over the past few days is nothing short of terrifying We're facing an all-out attack on women's health care, and now is the time to pitch in and fight it.   

The leading Republican candidates for president embraced a bill that would allow any employer to deny any employee coverage for contraception -- or any other medical service they personally object to.

And when one young woman spoke up about that bill's very real health risks, she was crudely and viciously attacked by their allies. Not a single one of the leading Republican candidates stood up for her.

There are 450 other state bills where this one came from.

This issue isn't going anywhere.

So if you want to make sure our next president isn't someone who wants to take us back to the Dark Ages and actually thinks a woman's access to health care is debatable, then it's time to take action and help build the campaign that's fighting back.

(Here's where they asked for a contribution.)


Stephanie Cutter
Deputy Campaign Manager
Obama for America


  1. This morning my gut told me that the Repulican demands for religious supervision of all aspects of my life was a return to the dark ages of Church rule. I grew up with Repulican values and those values do not reflect the values of the current Republican mindset. I am a woman and a Catholic Christian. The Repulican party of 2012 is pandering to the lowest level of hate think or a good old boy club out for the rights of white rich men. It sickens me to think that this is my party because I don't recognize new mutation of woman hating, race baiting people that claim to be Republicans.

  2. Your blog proves my point that the Republican party of 2012 does not understand what "thinking" Republicans value. Go ahead and twist the facts, dear blogger.