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May 28, 2010 - Washington, DC
May 28, 2010 7:37PM EST

May 28, 2010
May 28, 2010 - Washington, DC

Obama a no-show for Memorial Day / Debt hits the big unlucky 13 / Obama's Medicare nominee says "ration" / Gays in-your-face for military on Memorial Day / House and Senate leave for recess / American Idol goes gay and goes down / More expulsions of Christians from Morocco

NEW May 27, 2010 CHAIRMAN'S REPORT NOW ONLINE- The May 27, 2010 Chairman's Report is now available online. This issue contains: Obama's Morocco problem / Frank Wolf demands action as Christians deported from Morocco / Can anyone in the Obama Administration read? / Democrat congressmen stand and applaud foreign president who attacks a US state / Parental rights laws to be handed down by UN? / ACLU hate speech and the Mojave cross desecration View PDF Version 

OBAMA A NO-SHOW FOR MEMORIAL DAY - President Obama has decided to head off for a few days vacation over the Memorial Day weekend and will send Vice President Biden to lay the wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at Arlington Cemetery. The President will be celebrating the "in-your-face" victory for homosexuals who want to flaunt themselves in the military. With Obama's support, the Department of Defense authorization which passed in the House will force most chaplains out of the services.

THE BIG UNLUCKY NUMBER - Sometime between now and Memorial Day, the federal debt will hit $13 trillion dollars. That amounts to $42,000 per resident of the USA regardless of age or legal status. If we were to count only adults and those in the nation legally, the debt owed per person would be almost double that amount. The per capita income in the United States was $36,700 last year, meaning that on average, everyone in the nation owes more as their share of the national debt than they make in income for a year.

RATIONING MEDICARE - President Obama's nominee to run Medicare told a group last year, "The decision is not whether or not we will ration care--the decision is whether we will ration with our eyes open." Donald Berwick, a professor of pediatrics at Harvard Medical School, was nominated by Obama on April 19, 2010 to head the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. He is a proponent of the public health care system in the UK and has said, "Any health care funding plan that is just, equitable, civilized, and humane must - must - redistribute wealth from the richer among us to the poorer and less fortunate." See CNS story

GAYS IN-YOUR-FACE TO VETERANS- It was only last Tuesday that there were warning signs that President Obama had given the order to Nancy Pelosi to pass "gay in your face" legislation governing the military services just prior to the Memorial Day recess. Before there could be any real organized opposition, the pro-gay Democrat majority passed the "gay in your face" legislation out of committee and placed it on the floor on Thursday night, under rules that allowed changes. The legislation was passed as an amendment to a Department of Defense authorization bill. If passed by the Senate later this session, homosexuals would be allowed to openly solicit sex from members of the same gender in the military. The Democrats could have passed this legislation at any time, but because of the opposition from all veterans groups, they decided to pass it as a parting "in your face we hate you veterans" vote as lawmakers departed for Memorial Day recess.

HOUSE AND SENATE IN RECESS - Both Houses are in recess and no votes are scheduled in the House until after 6:30 PM on Tuesday, June the 8th, although some members will return on June 7th for committee meetings. As a result, the nation is safe from further moral decay and excessive spending for the next ten days.

AMERICAN IDOL GOES GAY, THEN GOES DOWN - Just last year American Idol on the Fox TV network was at the top of the charts. Then "in your face" lesbian activist Ellen DeGeneres became one of the judges, and since then the ratings have plunged. Up to that point the strength of the show was family viewers. Country singers were virtually always the most voted for, and ratings for the show were at the top in the South. DeGeneres' statement on the May 14th show, "Yes, I have loved a woman," just about finished off the show for families. Gary McCullough of Christian Newswire predicted back in January that there would be a collapse in ratings at American Idol because of DeGeneres.

MORE EXPULSIONS FROM MOROCCO - In last week's update I reported a total of 63 expulsions of foreign born Christians from Morocco. That number has now reached more than 100. Those deported from Morocco worked in various non-profit organizations such as orphanages. The mainstream media in the USA, even Fox News, is ignoring the crackdown on Christians in Morocco in order to keep the myth alive that there are such things as "moderate" Islamic nations.

OUR JUNE MISSION TO JORDAN - In June, I will be traveling to the Middle East as part of a Religious Freedom Coalition mission to Iraqi Christian refugees. Funds are urgently needed for the medical portion of our mission which will deliver more than $50,000 in needed drugs to clinics. ALL FUNDS RECEIVED AT THIS INTERNET SITE IN MAY WILL BE USED FOR THE MISSION IN JUNE. Please help today

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