Tuesday, October 18, 2011

WA State Homosexuals and Democrats Organize Against Marriage

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A special message to people of faith and conservatives.

We have shared with you that we are working behind the scenes preparing and organizing for the greatest assault on natural marriage the state of Washington has ever seen. It's coming this next session.

We have been asking for your financial support while being accused publicly by Senator Ed Murray in the Seattle Times and others as merely trying to "raise" money, using homosexual marriage as a vehicle.

That has never been the case. We are trying to raise money to help in the defense of marriage and the costs we are already accruing in this battle. With more to come.

While they mock us, look what the homosexual activists and the Democratic Party are doing. While they have had this and other such annual events for years, this event takes on a new and elevated effort and significance as it focuses on "marriage majority". Translated, that means enough legislators to re-define marriage. And Ed Murray and his colleagues are prepared to go all the way this legislative session.

They are preparing for the cultural battle of our times. The press knows it. I pray people of faith and conservatives know it.

Look what is happening a week from today:

The 14th Annual Fighting for a Marriage Majority Event

What: Please join Senate Majority Leader Lisa Brown, House Speaker Frank Chopp, Senator Ed Murray, Representatives Dave Upthegrove, Jim Moeller, Jamie Pedersen, Marko Liias and Laurie Jinkins for the 14th annual Fighting for a Marriage Majority Event. A Democratic majority is the strongest assurance that LGBT voices will be heard in our state legislature and money raised at this event supports strong Democratic candidates in key races around the State of Washington. Sponsorship begins at $150 per person or $300 per couple. Or to attend, please contribute any amount you are able to give. For more information or to make a secure online donation, visit www.fightingforthemajority.org. Please click here to see a complete list of our wonderful sponsors.

When: Tuesday, October 25th, 2011 from 5:30 to 7:30 pm

Where: At the South Lake Union Discovery Center, 101 Westlake Ave N
Seattle, WA (corner of Westlake Ave and Denny Way)

I know many of our readers, and certainly our supporters, strongly believe in defending marriage against those who seek to redefine it.

They will likely raise hundreds of thousands of dollars at this single event. We will take what we have and stand in defense of marriage. Check out their "wonderful sponsors."

Your donation will allow us to take a strong stand. David and Goliath come to mind, but I won't say it.

Specific training conferences are now under way among those of us who support biblical and traditional marriage. I am working directly with and helped organize a group of legislators who are willing to lay their position on the line for marriage.

Are you willing to stand with us?

MLK once said, "In the end, we will remember not the words of our friends, but the silence of our friends."

This is not a time to be silent.

Please send your donation to Box 399, Bellevue, WA. 98009. Or make an online secure donation here.

Thank you and God bless you.

Gary Randall


  1. A few hundred grand will buy a lot of politicians.

  2. Imagine if political parties actually competed on the merits of their ideas and beliefs rather than on how much money they can raise. I personally could go the rest of my life w/o seeing another attack ad telling me how an evil candidate wants to destroy the world.

    We need to amend the constitution to get the money out of politics.

  3. Amen to Anon 12:56!!

  4. Gary

    You, of course, fully know that Democrats are not opposed to marriage (most of whom are married in a "Traditional" marriage) - nor, in fact, are homosexuals who are actively seeking simply the same civil rights that you have.

    Therefore, your partisan sniping is simply grotesque dishonesty. I am reminded of the verse - "Liars shall have their part in the Lake of Fire"


  5. In Gary's world:

    - I'm against college education because I want it for everyone

    - I'm against health care because I want it for everyone

    - Freedom is the government telling you who you can't marry

    - Religious freedom is living according to the laws passed by the religious majority

    etc, etc, etc, etc

  6. To the last 2 Anonymous commentors: I think you're both completely misunderstanding the argument against same sex pairs attempting to marry: it's not a marriage if there's not both (and only) a man and a woman making the vows.

    In contrast, it IS still a college education no matter who gets it. It IS still health care no matter who gets it.

    It's not marriage if it's between 2 men, 2 women, 3 people, etc. In those cases, it lacks the minimum requirements that define marriage. So that's why the complaint is that proponents are attempting to "redefine marriage" - because it WOULD be redefining marriage to ditch the one man and one woman requirement for a marriage to occur.

    Broadening who gets health care would not redefine health care itself - because broadening who gets it would not require the alteration of universal, essential requirements of the person receiving it. Ditto re: college education.

    The other key difference is that whereas college educations and health care apply on the individual level, marriage is about the relationship between people. It's a lot simpler to tinker with what is available to individuals than it is to alter the fundamental relationship in society, which is marriage.

  7. 12:55pm

    Please re-read Gary's headline. It doesn't say they want to alter marriage. I says quite simply that they are against marriage. Plainly bearing false witness. But then, what else have we come to expect from Gary.

  8. Anyone trying to re-define marriage is against marriage. Marriage is only between one man and one woman. Anything else is any number of things, but it isn't marriage.

  9. It's ridiculous to argue that if someone wants to expand something, then they are against it. Your leaders came up with this claim early on to demonize the 'homosexual activists'.

    You might as well say that I don't like lobster dipped in butter because I like to add a little garlic to the butter. Ridiculous.

    I'm for marriage. I've been married for 24 years. I'm so pro marriage, I want my gay brother in law to be able to marry the man he loves.

    Trying to paint me into a position I don't hold just proves you have no legitimate arguments against expanding marriage.

    And since Gary knows better and is purposely misleading, it's false witness.

  10. Protect marriage by making divorce illegal. Death is the only way out.


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