Thursday, October 18, 2012

Faith And Freedom Voter Recommendations

Paid for by Faith and Freedom PAC

We have created a list of candidates we recommend you vote for.

But first a couple of things about the blog yesterday regarding Ken Schram's support for the "Mix It Up At Lunch Day" scheduled for October 30 in over 2500 schools.
"Teaching Tolerance," the sponsoring organization, a part of The Southern Poverty Law Center, has posted a national "Model School" list. Two Washington schools are listed as "Model" schools. They are Chimacum Middle School, Chimacum, WA and Mountlake Terrace High School.

"Teaching Tolerance" initially posted a list of about 2500 participating schools, however the list has been removed as of yesterday. I spoke with Bryan Fischer at AFA about it and he told me they had indeed removed the list and AFA is looking for it. If we find it, we will publish it. They do have a participation map still up on their Tolerance.org web site. You will see there are a number of schools participating in the Puget Sound area and apparently in the Spokane area. Be sure to check with your school.

So, who to vote for.


The Washington Secretary of State's office announced yesterday that their "Voter Pamphlets" would "be in the mail in the next few days."

We have created a list of candidates whom we feel hold to and will support our most important moral and social issues relating to life, marriage and family. Secondly, we looked at whether their fiscal policies seem to match up generally with Christian conservative values.

You will note that for 2 statewide offices, we were unable to recommend either candidate.

You also can download a pdf of these recommendations. Please feel free to reproduce it or forward it.

Be Vigilant. Be Discerning. Be Informed. Vote. Be Blessed.

7 comments:

  1. Thank you for the info. We are planning to do some write in for Governor and AG, and for our 6th Congressional District. We cannot vote for those who are pro death.

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    1. You're wasting your vote and GUARANTEEING that someone you disagree with will be elected.

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  2. Gary, Rob McKenna is pro life. He will sign legislation if it crosses his desk but he is not pushing that subject because he wants to actually beat Inslee

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    1. In other words, if people knew what he really stood for, he'd lose.

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  3. 5:24 I think you are mistaken about Rob McKenna. He sometimes tells cetrtain groups of people he is personally pro-life, but always says publicly he defends the right of a woman to choose. Translated that means professionally and politically he is not pro-life. If he supports "choice" he supports abortion. His talk at Joe Fuiten's church lost me. Are we saying a man who purposfully misleads people about his core beliefs should be our next governor? The only people who believe he is pro-life are some in the Christian community. The liberals have him fidured out and won't vote for him anyway.

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  4. Rob McKenna is not pro-life. I've known him for a long time. Not pro-life. If he is pro-life, Reagan Dunn supports marriage as between one man and one woman, regardless of what he has told the public. Neither is true.

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  5. Gary, I have to prayerfully rebuke you for not speaking out against the R74 ads that are displaying the homosexual flag and are advocating domestic partnerships. These ads are being funded with Christian money. They took our money and instead of making ads that are consistent with God's Word, they made pro-homosexual propaganda. They may think it is a clever tactic to help them win, but Christians should be standing on God's Word, not tricks and tactics that attack God's Word.

    You have a responsibility to speak out, not only because these ads are promoting sin, but also because you personally encouraged all of us to support that campaign. You made us the funders of these pro-homosexual ads. You will lose credibility and respect within the body of Christ if you remain silent on this. I don't want to see that happen. Please end the silence and speak loudly, clearly and urgently.

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