Newt was one of the first to call attention to Obama's war. Neewt brought to National prominance the war Obama has brought against religion in the US. However Newt is somewhat off key. Obama's religious war is not against all religion, it is against mainly the Christian faith followed closely by the Jewish faith. Obama has done everything in his power to consistently poke Christians in the eyes. This war is more than the pushing of his ideas about abortion and his mandate towards abortifacients and contraceptives on Catholics. Taken one battle at a time the left beats the drumbeat that Obama is not against religion. Taken in the larger context it becomes clear that Obama will do whatever he can to kill the Christian faith. See it was Obama who brought the war to light. Obama made the rule forcing Catholics that provide health care to their employees to purchase and provide products that break with their faith. It was Obama that poked the constitution in the eyes by making a law specifically pertaining to religious beliefs. See the constitution is all about religious freedom of choice and not freedom from religion.
Yet it runs deeper than just one bold instance of Christian hatred. Remember Christmas time? Federal employees were informed that the shall not wish people a Merry Christmas but rather say the mundane "Happy Holidays" refrain. It was also Obama that constantly remembers important Islamic holidays and ensures that he has a messagae prepared to celebrate the islamic holidays while conveniently forgetting about important Christian holidays like Easter. It was Obama who bolstered by a lack of concern became bold in pushing his pro death abortion infatuation. The leftist elitist and politicians have consistently profess their beliefs through their words but their actions against the Christian religion are getting bolder and bolder. We are at the point that everyone must realize that religious freedom is going by the wayside as Obama tramples on the constitution to satisfy his insatiable appetite for war against the Christian faith.