Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Ken Schram: "A Disaster In The Making"

There are many voices seeking to define and change the culture. Relativism, as you know, has given us many "truths".


For our readers outside Washington State and, for that matter, outside the U.S., Ken Schram is a widely read political commentator and a personality on KOMO radio and television in Seattle and throughout the state.

Following Governor Gregoire's triumphal signature ---if you didn't see the picture, click here, Ken Schram wrote, "It's been a long time coming."



After his disparaging comments about the Initiative I-1192 and the Referendum, both of which will hopefully appear on the ballot in November, he began to define not only the culture, but those who oppose his and Governor Gregoire's so-called "truth"---those who stand for natural marriage.

He wrote:

"In the months ahead we will have to be very careful to keep those who are narrow minded, spiteful and oh-so-damn crafty, from preventing marriage equality from becoming the reality same sex couples deserve."

Ken Schram also claims "tolerance" is a virtue and should be practiced more in our culture.

If you are one of those narrow minded people who believe marriage is between one man and one woman and are willing to help preserve and protect it by circulating petitions, please click here to sign up.

I've said it before and must say it again---this is not a political battle, it is a spiritual one.

My prayer for you is to---

Be Vigilant. Be Discerning. Be Prayerful. Be Active. Be Blessed.

2 comments:

  1. Amen, Gary. Why do people like Schram get to spew their garbage where we have to listen to it? He can lie about us all he wants, but he'll pay for it in the end and smell the stench of hell for all eternity!

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  2. Ken is one who is narrow minded. All we want to do is make sure no one violates God's rules and he won't tolerate it.

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