Friday, October 09, 2009

You Are Not a "NAZI"--- Even if You Believe in Traditional Marriage

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R-71 Rally Tomorrow In Lynnwood. Click here for details

The fierce opposition to our attempt to "REJECT" R-71/SB 5688 continues to increase and take on new dimensions.

You already know about the individual in Everett who has been calling for defacement and destruction of church or government buildings that are in any way connected to supporting the defeat of SB 5688. This same person has been publicly advocating that Larry Stickney and I be killed.

There is now a growing effort to deface or destroy the signs that you are placing around the state. The one pictured above gives one of their favorite messages. "If you defend marriage you are a Nazi."

As the mask continues to slip and reveal what is really behind SB 5688, a concerted effort is well underway to discredit anyone who is advancing the defense of marriage effort and label anyone who supports the effort as not only a "bigot," but now a "Nazi."

The lack of a substantive case for homosexual "marriage" has turned the homosexual activists to a campaign of personal destruction and slander.

Attack the message. Attack the messenger.

The mainstream media is beginning to circle their wagons with the extreme far left homosexual websites and publications, with newspaper editorial staffs across the state joining in chorus for the approval of the, "Everything but marriage bill." The bill is deceitful and so is the message of destruction.

When you began to circulate R-71 petitions, you were not a threat. The far left, and frankly some who should have been supportive of your position, loudly proclaimed that there was no chance for R-71 to even make the ballot.

With the recent Elway Poll showing a much closer call than they could have imagined, the pro-homosexual advocates are stepping up the attack, while we continue to make our case.

They can destroy our signs, call us names and attempt to slander or even hurt some of us, but our message is clear and we are on the right side of 5,000 years of the historical tradition for marriage, biblical teaching on marriage and the teaching of every major religion on the subject.

With only a few weeks left before all will have marked their ballots, I encourage you to not grow weary in well doing.

After you placed the Referendum on the ballot, I got a call from the Seattle Times. The voicemail, which I have kept said, "Hi, we want to do a story on how you guys did the miracle of getting on the ballot."

My honest response has not been accurately reported. The real answer is that more than 120,000 people worked hard circulating and signing petitions. The hard work was placed in God's hands and He blessed your best effort.

Tens of thousands of you are having conversations with people and distributing flyers all across the state. You are being effective and you are creating panic to those who want to redefine marriage and the family.

Earlier this week Microsoft gave $100,000 to those who seek to redefine marriage. The money is likely to continue pouring in for their cause. They are and will outspend us in the media.

Yet with all their money and alliances in the media, they still are apparently not confident, because they continue to ramp up their destructive actions.

Continue to faithfully do what you can do as God directs you. Keep a right spirit and never forget:

Greater is He who is in you than he who is in the world.
Gary Randall
Faith & Freedom