Now Republican Senator Cheryl Pflug has come out for homosexual "marriage"---redefining marriage.
Her support for the homosexual campaign stands in stark contrast to her staff's indignant comments to me after I wrote a blog about her breaking ranks with her Republican colleagues and voting for Sen. Ed Murray's "everything but marriage" domestic partnership bill just 2 years ago.
The same day my comments were published I was contacted and told I was unfairly casting the Senator as pro-gay marriage, etc.
The following day I received several contacts from pro-life leaders in the state, telling me Ms. Pflug was on our side on the social issues, I had been unfair to her in my comments.
Her office explained to those who questioned her vote that she felt gays, "deserved domestic partnerships, but she did not support gay marriage."
So how does the Senator who was elected in part by social conservatives and Christians really feel?
"I have been a longtime supporter of equality, I do not feel diminished by having another human experience the same freedom I am entitled to exercise. I would feel diminished by denying another human the ability to exercise those same rights and freedoms."
And how does the Seattle Times feel about her new found convictions?
"Pflug's bold stance helps a lot. Three cheers for Pflug for demonstrating courage and leadership."
While Rome burns, 3 elected Republicans run onto the Coliseum field to the cheers of the press and the smirk of the far left, social progressives.
The cheer for Republican Sen. Steve Litzow: "A profile in courage."
The cheer for Republican King Co. Councilman Reagan Dunn, who is running for McKenna's A/G office: "Courageous."
The cheer for Republican Sen. Cheryl Pflug: "Courage and leadership." Oh, and "helpful."
We know what the 3 champions think. And certainly know what the Seattle Times and most other "news" organizations think.
But what do you think? And what does God think? His thoughts on human sexuality and marriage have been written down and are quite clear. We wrote about that earlier this week.
Fellow Christians, conservatives and Republicans: It's time for some prayerful thought and moral re-evaluation of our actions. Do you really want to continue to be used by so-called "moderates" at the ballot box and then thrown under the bus on the social issues that are most important to us?
God help us.