Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Pro-Traditional Marriage, Pro-Life Groups Respond to Tea Party Activists Calling for Abortion Backdown

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The letter jointly signed by Republican gay rights activists and a small group of Tea Party leaders has sent shockwaves throughout the . . .  movement.

Center-Right tries to steer Tea Party from Social issues

"The Godless wing of the Conservative movement, the so-called Center Right, is trying to steer the Tea Party Movement away from social issues such as abortion and marriage issues, keeping them focused purely on economic concerns, as if economic concerns were the root of our ills in American society.  While America continues to see its values erode, with families breaking up and Americans isolating themselves from one another, while abortions rise and divorces along with them, the Godless Center-Right wants the powerful Tea Party movement to turn its gaze away from God and follow the same Godless values these Center-Right elites want to force the rest of us to follow.  If the Tea Party movement follows this guide, they will become an ineffective and useless movement that will fizzle back into the background from where they came."http://freedomist.com/2010/11/16/center-right-tries-to-steer-tea-party-from-social-issues-like-abortion-christian-news/

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