Update on R-71:
30,000 petitions were distributed this weekend all across the state by Larry Stickney, myself, Faith and Freedom board members and an army of volunteers who share the urgency of this issue.
30,000 more petitions are being printed today. Each petition form has 20 signature lines.
We will continue personally delivering the larger quantities while requests of 20 or less are being mailed out this week.
We are regularly posting updated material on our PAC page. There are a number of questions people are asking. Please go to this link and read FAQ. Also notice the real time clock indicating how much time we have to gather signatures.
There are specific state regulations for gathering signatures. Please read instructions very carefully.
One question that is asked often, "Why can't you post a pdf file of the petition so we can download, copy and distribute?" I know this is often done with petitions, and it would be great, however due to the size and layout of this particular petition, we have been strongly advised not to do that. When you see a petition, you will understand. If signatures are presented on a petition form that does not completely comply with the state regs, it will be thrown out and may cause other signatures to be compromised or thrown out.
This process, as you can imagine, is labor intensive and costs money. Faith and Freedom PAC is spending the entire amount of every donation we receive on two things: printing, mailing, distributing and gathering petitions for Referendum 71 and promoting R-71 petitions on the Internet.
Your donations are urgently needed for these purposes. Thank you.
Dr. Mohler: "Obama More Than Tolerant Toward Homosexuality"
President Obama has, by executive order, declared the entire month of June to be, "Lesbian, Gay, Bi-sexual and Transgender Pride Month."
You will note that the proclamation underscores the high number of homosexuals he has appointed and chosen for positions in his administration.
Dr. Albert Mohler, president of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Ky., told ONENEWSNOW the proclamation advocates, "more than tolerance."
He said, "The United States federal government, now by executive order, signed by the President of the United States, is declaring national pride in these lifestyles. This is not mere toleration; it's not calling for legalization, an end to criminal sanctions. It's not even calling for something like civil unions...it's calling for Pride."
"Scripture," Dr. Mohler says, "does not allow Christians to be proud of sin."
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