Black Pastors Join Together to
DEFY and STOP Barack Obama
From The Washington Times
The Congressional Black Caucus almost always overwhelming supports President Barack Obama’s radical left agenda, even if his policies are bad for the black community.
But this time, the Congressional Black Caucus has gone too far, which is why a dozen prominent black pastors have joined forces to tell them, along with President Obama, to stand strong with our friends in Israel. These pastors are demanding that Democrats not skip out on a speech given today by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, at the request of Speaker of the House John Boehner (R-OH):
About two dozen House and Senate Democrats, most of them black caucus members, have said they will not attend Mr. Netanyahu’s speech Tuesday before a joint session of Congress, which one pastor described as a “slap in the face to the people of Israel.” “The thing to me that makes no sense is why the Congressional Black Caucus has teamed up with this current administration against Israel,” said Pastor Dexter D. Sanders of the Rock Center for Transformation in Orlando, Florida.
“And yes, black caucus, I’m saying you have gone against Israel when you decide to protest the prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, from coming and speaking on the behalf of the nation of Israel,” Mr. Sanders said. “That is a slap in the face to the people of Israel, and not only that, it’s a slap in the face to God. And not only that, it’s also a slap in the face of all Bible-believing African-American people in this country.”
The Christian pastors, representing churches nationwide from California to New York, delivered an often fiery defense on behalf of the speech at Thursday’s press conference at the National Press Club, organized by the Center for Urban Renewal and Education.
Some black caucus members have argued that the Netanyahu speech comes as an insult to President Obama. House Speaker John Boehner invited the Israeli prime minister without first checking with the president, although Mr. Netanyahu has said he notified the White House before accepting. via The Washington Times
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