Friday, March 24, 2006

SDFPC is on the march

So glad the Robert Regier and the Family Policy Council have our back. Can't wait to see the SDFPC liason's at MY church... oh, maybe not, since the churches I choose to attend don't believe in the Bible, at least not according to them.
If people of faith either don't vote or don't vote God's values, babies that God knits together in the wombs of their mothers will continue to die in South Dakota at a pace of over 800 a year. And marriages and families will continue their slide into the cultures of divorce, promiscuity, and homosexuality.

I guess they missed the nuance here.. that there were 800 legal abortions in South Dakota last year. Kind of like openly homosexual church leaders. I sense a pattern...

(full SDFPC marching orders in the comments)

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  1. The current SDFPC news, in full:

    The newly formed pro-abortion group South Dakota Campaign for Healthy Families ? what a contradiction in terms! ? announced today that they will start collecting signatures to put HB 1215, the abortion ban, on November?s ballot. The effort is being led by liberal Republican Senator Stan Adelstein of Rapid City. It is funded by a liberal Democrat group called Focus: South Dakota, no relation to us or Focus on the Family.

    That means the South Dakota Family Policy Council will need your help. There are several different pro-life groups, each with a different focus. Our focus will once again be on the churches, as it was in the 2004 election. Winning this vote depends largely on whether Bible-believing Christians will vote according to their faith.

    Many of you are already serving as Family Policy Council liaisons, coordinating speaking engagements, voter registration, and public policy education efforts in your churches. If you?d like to have one of our representatives visit your church to discuss the abortion ballot measure, contact our office. Or, if you feel comfortable addressing your church on your own, please don?t hesitate to ask us to send you some talking points.

    Remember, we also still have the marriage amendment on the ballot. If people of faith either don?t vote or don?t vote God?s values, babies that God knits together in the wombs of their mothers will continue to die in South Dakota at a pace of over 800 a year. And marriages and families will continue their slide into the cultures of divorce, promiscuity, and homosexuality.

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