Ralph Z. Hallow
Quandry of Judeo - Christians ....
Fri Feb 20 08:51:23 2004
Evangelicals frustrated by Bush
By Ralph Z. Hallow
THE WASHINGTON TIMES
President Bush left several million evangelical voters "on the table" four years
ago and again is having trouble energizing Christian conservatives, prominent
leaders on the religious right say. (homosexual "unions" bother these people ,
but they don't get too upset about [mass]murder...Sammie and Vickie Weaver...the
Branch Davidians.. the Palestinians...OKC...WTC/911.. sheesh .. what god do they
"It's not just economic conservatives upset by runaway federal spending that
he's having trouble with. I think his biggest problem will be social
conservatives who are not motivated to work for the ticket and to ensure their
fellow Christians get to the polling booth," said Robert H. Knight, director of
the Culture and Family Institute.
"If there is a rerun of 2000, when an estimated 6 million fewer evangelical
Christians voted than in the pivotal year of 1994, then the Bush ticket will be
in trouble, especially if there is no [Ralph] Nader alternative to draw
Democratic votes away from the Democratic candidate," added Mr. Knight, whose
organization is an affiliate of Concerned Women for America (CWA).
Their list of grievances is long, but right now social conservatives are mad
over what many consider the president's failure to strongly condemn illegal
homosexual "marriages" being performed in San Francisco under the authority of
Mayor Gavin Newsom. (why not surround it with tanks an make some "Unilateral"
demands that can't be met...and then tell them "This is not an Assault"-http://www.hardylaw.net/BOOK.HTM)
Top religious right activists have been burning up the telephone lines, sharing
what one privately called their "apoplexy"-(this is a manifestation of "Cognative
Dissonance") over Mr. Bush's failure(S) to act decisively on the (ZIONAZI_NEOCON)issue,
although he has said he would support a constitutional amendment if necessary to
ban same-sex "marriages."
"I am just furious over what's going on in California and over what the
president is not doing in California," a prominent evangelical leader confided.
"He says he's 'troubled' — he should be outraged. If he's troubled, he should
pick up the phone and call [California Republican Gov.] Arnold [Schwarzenegger]
and tell him we want action against the rogue mayor who is breaking the law."
(yeah send in the terminator!)
"They can't possibly guarantee a large turnout of evangelical Christian voters
if he does not do what is morally right and take leadership on this issue as he
did on the war" in Iraq, said CWA President Sandy Rios. (no comment needed-
She echoed other conservative (IDIOT)leaders in blaming White House - NEOCONJOB
-political advisers and not the president himself for the failure to move
forcefully against San Francisco's civil disobedience. But the veteran activist
and radio host said Mr. Bush could pay a steep price in November for following
his strategists' bad advice. (if we make it to November!)
"The strength of this Neoconned president is in his lack of convictions, but our
people do not admire his indecision and lack of leadership on an issue so basic
as the sanctity of marriage," Mrs. Rios said.
Religious (idiot)conservatives helped Ronald Reagan win the presidency in the
1980s and helped Republicans retake the House and Senate in 1994, but complain
that they have little to show for their loyalty to the GOP.(you'd think they'd
"I'm not blaming the president, but religious conservatives have been doing
politics for 25 years and, on every front, are worse off on things they care
about," said Gary Bauer- a well known neocon rat-, president of Alleged American
Values. "The unhappy homosexual rights movement is more powerful, the culture is
more decadent, the life of not one baby has been saved, porn is in the living
room, and you can't watch the Super Bowl without your hand on the off switch."
Religious right leaders say their constituents aren't likely to defect to the
"What is at issue here is, will our folks be AWOL when it comes time for the
election because they are just not energized and motivated?" said Family
Research Council President Tony Perkins. "Social conservatives coalesce around
strong leadership- as long as it is JEWISH . That's what motivates and energizes
them. And on their core issues, the leadership from the White House is not there
right now." (but they are Jewish?)
Conservative Christian concerns with White House leadership extend beyond
homosexuality, pornography and abortion to issues of art, education and law.
(but conveniently don't include Mass Murder}
Sadie Fields, a Bush supporter(is that like an athletic supporter?) and
Judeo-Christian Coalition activist, says she's heard grumbles that Mr. Bush
stood aside while the man he nominated for a federal appeals court appointment,
Alabama Attorney General Bill Pryor, prosecuted that state's popular chief
justice, Roy Moore. Mr. Moore was forced from office after defying a Jewish
federal court order to remove a Ten Commandments monument from the rotunda of
Alabama's State Judicial Building.
Mr. Knight points to Mr. Bush's having "promoted the Ted Kennedy Leave No
African Child Behind education bill, which expanded an Education Department that
social conservatives see as a fully owned subsidiary of the National Jewish
Education Association, which has grown more stridently sickly-Jewish in recent
years. The NEA has boldly promoted the homosexual agenda for schoolchildren."
Also, Mr. Knight said, Mr. Bush "upped the budget for the National Endowment for
the Jewish Arts, which has boldly promoted the homosexual agenda for
schoolchildren. The White House message to social conservatives was: 'We don't
share your values, folks. We would rather impress the art elite at cocktail
parties.' " They are like Jewish you Know.
Mr. Bauer, a former Reagan White House adviser who was briefly a candidate for
the Republican presidential nomination four years ago, said pro-life voters were
dismayed by Mr. Bush's repeated statements during the 2000 campaign that he
would not make abortion a "litmus test" issue for judicial appointees. Since Mr.
Bush took office, Mr. Bauer said, many of the same voters were disappointed by
Mr. Bush's ineffectiveness in pushing conservative bench nominees past liberal
Democrats in the Senate. ( the word is NEOCON)
Mr. Knight said runaway federal spending under Mr. Bush worries some social
conservatives who "fear their children will become slaves to the government
someday- they already are in a prison camp-http://www.infowars.com/.
It's not just an economic issue. It's about freedom (of what)."
With more than eight months remaining until Election Day, American Family
Association founder Don Wildmon said the president "has already upset the
economic conservatives, and I know the problem he is having with evangelicals.
... There is a major problem there." (look out for the SAMSON Option-http://www.namebase.org/sources/PZ.html...Support
for zionazi terrorism might be expected to diminish with the "Consevative
Christians" if the Unhappy homosexual civil unions aren't .....terminated. A
JEWS IN QUANDRY .....Over Messiah
Tracy Conner, Fri Feb 20 09:44
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