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Obama's re-election costs us freedoms

10:49 PM, Dec. 17, 2012  |  Comments
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Recent elections indicate that we have reached a tipping point. Why are so many willing to trade their values and freedoms for dependency?

Say goodbye to the First Amendment. The HHS mandate in Obamacare restricts our religious freedom. Unless the Supreme Court overturns this mandate, say goodbye to Catholic hospitals and universities that remain faithful to church teachings. What will happen to freedom of speech, already limited by political correctness, and freedom of the press? What about the right to peaceful assembly, deemed bad if it's the tea party or pro-life witnesses, but good if it's the lawless Occupy Wall Street? Will I be allowed to publish this kind of letter in four years?

Say goodbye to the Second Amendment. A day after Obama's re-election, he assured the United Nations of his support for the gun ban treaty. Will this affect our right to keep and bear arms as hunters and protectors of our families?

The next four years will bring two or three more liberal judges to the Supreme Court, ensuring another 30 years of freedoms lost. God created us to be free. Are we giving up freedoms and rights for the promise of security?

Ruth Stoehr

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