Dispatches from the Creation Wars

In his latest WorldNutDaily commentary, the uber-insightful Chuck Norris proposes that the “politically purpose-driven use” of Rick Warren’s presence at Barack Obama’s inauguration might be a diversionary tactic to take the attention off a covert plan to reintroduce the Freedom of Choice Act (FOCA) on January 22, the anniversary of the Supreme Court’s decision on Roe v. Wade, and warns his readers to “be on the alert.”

Norris claims to “have sufficient reason to believe Pelosi and Reed [sic] (and maybe Obama himself) have already made plans to swiftly and almost covertly introduce and pass FOCA through Congress sooner than most expect. And they will use any carrot to try divert opposition attention…”

According to Chuckie:

“Those diversionary tactics might even partially include the reason why Obama chose Rick Warren to pray at his inauguration. Whether Warren is right or wrong for that position is irrelevant in light of their politically purpose-driven use of his presence and invocation. Warren could be used not only to appease conservatives and evangelicals, but to divert their attention and minimize their reaction to larger liberal efforts, like the underhanded pro-choice Trump card called FOCA. In short, Warren could be a lure that wags the dog for abortion’s proliferation, especially if FOCA’s passing is imminent.”