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Promoting the Violation against "the Laws of Nature and of Nature's God."

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Republican Unity Coalition (RUC)
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Politico is right: gay marriage will destroy the Republican Party - By Bryan Fischer (May 31, 2014) - Yesterday, Politico featured a David Lampo piece, Gay Marriage Will Destroy the GOP. Politico is exactly right that gay marriage will destroy the GOP, but for precisely the opposite reason Lampo imagines. Lampo's argument is that if the GOP does not embrace gay marriage, it is doomed. The truth of the matter is exactly the opposite: it is embracing gay marriage that will doom the GOP and consign it to the ash heap of history.
   Politico wants us to believe the tide of history is inevitable, and the GOP either must get on board the gay love boat or get swept out to sea where it will disappear beneath the waves. It would be one thing if Politico had the best interests of the Republican Party at heart, but it does not. It's almost amusing to see these wingerleft extremists wring their hands and furrow their brows with such anxiety that the GOP might be harming itself. They care so much, you see, they are even willing to help their bitter political enemies with free, life-saving advice. If only the fools who wear the Republican brand would listen to them, they want us to believe, they would be saved. The reality, of course, is that Politico wants to destroy the GOP and advance the cause of the homosexual agenda, so any advice it gives that appears to be in the best interests of Republicans is in reality toxic if not lethal.

GOP's 'Young Guns' Program Backs Pro-Abortion, Pro-Gay Marriage Candidates for Congress By Michael W. Chapman - (CNSNews.com) – Although the Republican Party Platform opposes abortion and same-sex marriage, the National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC) is backing and promoting through its "Young Guns" program two congressional candidates who are homosexual, and who support same-sex marriage and abortion. In addition, one of the "Young Guns" candidates, Carl DeMaio, has received $15,000 from the political arm of House GOP leaders Rep. Eric Cantor (R-Va.) and Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.), while the other candidate, Richard Tisei, “has won the support of the entire House Republican leadership, including a $5,000 check from the PAC run by the vice-presidential nominee, Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wis.)," reported the Washington Post.
   Richard Tisei, who is “married” to his male partner Bernie Starr, in Edgartown, Mass., is running for a congressional seat in the 6th District in the Bay State. Carl DeMaio is running for a congressional seat out of San Diego, Calif. GOP congressional candidate Richard Tisei of Massachusetts. (AP) DeMaio, who is openly gay, supports abortion and same-sex marriage.  In a press release, he said, “I see myself as a 'new generation Republican' who wants to challenge the party to focus on pocket-book, economic and quality of life issues in a more positive and inclusive way, rather than issues that are, frankly, none of the government's business in the first place.” Tisei supports same-sex marriage and is pro-abortion, having received a100% rating from NARAL Pro-Choice Massachusetts. The NRCC is spending money on television ads attacking Tisei's opponent, Rep. John Tierney (D-Mass.), as is YG Action, a political action committee founded by former aides to House Minority Leader Eric Cantor (R-Va.), reported theWashington Post.
   Concerning Tisei’s congressional run, Cantor told the Washington Post, "We all came here from somewhere. It is the opportunity that drew us here, and he will have every bit of opportunity, as an openly gay Republican, as any other Republican. I told him, we're fully behind him. I'm supportive of his candidacy and look forward to serving with him." The National Republican Congressional Committee announced on Nov. 21 that Tisei and DeMaio were among 36 candidates placed "On the Radar" level of the "Young Guns" program.

CPAC GOES GAY-ER (December 2010) - The Religious Freedom Coalition, of which I am chairman, discontinued sponsoring the Conservative Political Action Conference because of its acceptance of homosexual groups and its refusal to deal with the issue of Islamic terrorism. This year the Family Research Council and Concerned Women for America are also boycotting the CPAC event which has gone even more gay by allowing the homosexual group GO PROUD a "planning status." CPAC became about bucks, and nothing but the bucks, years ago. Anyone with the cash to hand David Keene gets presence, and he has even rented booths to the ACLU. Most social conservatives no longer attend, having been too often offended by beer toting college students there for more of a good time than conservative thought.

GOProud represents gay conservatives and their allies. GOProud is committed to a traditional conservative agenda that emphasizes limited government, individual liberty, free markets and a confident foreign policy. GOProud promotes our traditional conservative agenda by influencing politics and policy at the federal level.

LaBarbera to Ann Coulter: Reconsider Appearance at Event for GOProud -- Phony 'Gay Conservatives' /Christian Newswire/ -- Americans For Truth About Homosexuality President Peter LaBarbera today urged conservative pundit Ann Coulter to reconsider her appearance at "Homocon," a September event for the homosexual Republican group GOProud.

LaBarbera said: As a fan of Ann Coulter, it pains me to see her cave in to political correctness and lend credibility to the phony homosexual "conservatives" over at GOProud. Worse, Coulter is sending a dangerous message to young Americans that homosexuality is OK. (It's actually a sin.) Fully half of GOProud's top 10 federal priorities center on using the Government to advance homosexuality, including:

#4 - "Repealing 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell'" -- Homosexualizing the military is reckless, especially in wartime. GOProud claims to defend "individual rights," but what about the privacy rights of normal soldiers who don't want to bunk and shower with men who lust after other men? Moreover, if DADT is repealed, the military will become a massive government bureaucracy for pro-homosexual "diversity" -- subjecting millions of tradition-minded servicemen to Orwellian, same-sex propaganda to enforce its new lavender crusade. (Chaplains: beware.)

# 7 - "Opposing any anti-gay federal marriage amendment." Coulter must know that America might be just one Supreme Court justice away from legalizing oxymoronic homosexual "marriage" -- which would undermine religious freedom in every state in the nation. A Federal Marriage Amendment could be the only way to stop this Roe v. Wade-like disaster. And since when did state-enforced homosexual "marriage" -- with its corrosive effect on liberty and linkage to Homosexuality Promotion in schools -- become "conservative"?

GOProud is non-committal on ENDA (Employment Non-Discrimination Act), which would federalize workers' "rights" based on homosexuality and gender confusion. A truly conservative organization would fight this federal power grab -- and GLBT lawyers' dream legislation -- tooth and nail. Ann, are you aware that these days it's Christians like Julea Ward and Matt Barber who defend biblical truth -- not "gays" -- who are victims of corporate discrimination?

One must ask Coulter, who professes Christianity:

• Would you speak at an event for "Republicans For Responsible Porn Use," or "Republicans for Higher Taxes," or Republicans for Choice [Abortion] -- if such groups took legitimately conservative positions on other issues like gun rights?

• Does God condemn only Democratic "men who lie with a male as one who lies with a woman" -- while giving Republican sodomists a pass?

Homosexual practice may be hip in New York City, but objectively it is always wrong and unnatural, and often unhealthy. Thankfully it's also changeable, as proved by thousands of ex-gay men and ex-lesbians. Ann: why don't you speak instead at a conference for former homosexuals? It's not PC, but it would be far more consistent with your conservative principles than celebrating GOProud -- which works directly against the Republican Party's pro-family and pro-marriage platform.

Please reconsider and nix your GOProud talk -- in the name of true conservatism.

Republican Unity Coalition (RUC)

"Republican  Leaders?"

EarsToHear.net has asked the RUC, Grover Norquist, and the GOP Chairman to help understand the position of the RUC to "spread the acceptance of homosexuality" in lieu of the health risks and medical costs. There were also asked if they are ok with allowing children of faith-based parents to be taught that that which goes against nature is normal?

As Christians, are we to abandon our Lord's call to be the salt of the earth or hide His Light under a bushel? To remain silent while the RUC and others proceed with calling "evil good, and good evil?" Is the RUC siding with the immoral liberal left to make our nation a government of the left, by the judicial branch, for an immoral minority.

Does the "unity" in RUC stand for uniting with liberal Democrats and not conservative Republicans?

See Americans For Truth article.

Upfront Scriptures - And they shall turn away their ears from the truth, and shall be turned unto fables

Be ye therefore followers of God, as dear children; And walk in love, as Christ also has loved us, and has given himself for us an offering and a sacrifice to God for a sweetsmelling savour. But fornication, and all uncleanness, or covetousness, let it not be once named among you, as becomes saints; Neither filthiness, nor foolish talking, nor jesting, which are not convenient: but rather giving of thanks. For this ye know, that no whoremonger, nor unclean person, nor covetous man, who is an idolater, has any inheritance in the kingdom of Christ and of God. Let no man deceive you with vain words: for because of these things comes the wrath of God upon the children of disobedience. Be not ye therefore partakers with them. For ye were sometimes darkness, but now are ye light in the Lord: walk as children of light: (For the fruit of the Spirit is in all goodness and righteousness and truth;) Proving what is acceptable unto the Lord. And have no fellowship with the unfruitful works of darkness, but rather reprove them. For it is a shame even to speak of those things which are done of them in secret. But all things that are reproved are made manifest by the light: for whatsoever does make manifest is light. Wherefore he says, Awake thou that sleeps, and arise from the dead, and Christ shall give thee light. See then that ye walk circumspectly, not as fools, but as wise, Redeeming the time, because the days are evil. Ephesians 5:1-16 (KJV)

I charge thee therefore before God, and the Lord Jesus Christ, who shall judge the quick and the dead at his appearing and his kingdom; Preach the word; be instant in season, out of season; reprove, rebuke, exhort with all longsuffering and doctrine. For the time will come when they will not endure sound doctrine; but after their own lusts shall they heap to themselves teachers, having itching ears; And they shall turn away their ears from the truth, and shall be turned unto fables. 2 Timothy 4:14 (KJV)

Covert Plan To Spread Acceptance Of Homosexuality In Republican Party Uncovered

The James Hartline Report - October 17, 2005
Scandal Over Grover Norquist -
Boss Of San Diego County
Republican Chairman Ron Nehring -
Explodes All Over United States

(JHR) The James Hartline Report has uncovered a massive covert plan to spread the acceptance of homosexuality within the Republican Party.  Tactics in this plan include making homosexuality a "non-issue" within the Republican Party, thus eliminating party opposition to the gay agenda.  This plan of intentional passivity to homosexuality is being orchestrated by some of the most influential liberals within the Republican Party.  This movement took on its sinister form after the 2000 election of President Bush, under the organizational title of the "Republican Unity Coalition" (RUC) (http://www.republicanunity.com/background.html).
     According to a January 20, 2001 World Net Daily report (www.wnd.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=21505), Grover Norquist, President of the Americans For Tax Reform, which employs San Diego County Republican Chairman Ron Nehring, was one of the original orchestrators of the pro-homosexual group RUC.  The article written by Human Events author John Gizzi detailed how Norquist and other prominent Republicans hosted a pre-inaugural breakfast to honor the estimated one million homosexuals who voted for President Bush.  The breakfast was sponsored by the RUC which, according to its spokesman, was founded to promote the inclusion of gay and lesbian Republicans in Republican politics -- and to bring together Republicans - both straight and gay - to educate, advise, and assist Republican leaders and lawmakers.
     Joining Norquist on the committee for the RUC breakfast that year were New York Governor George Pataki, New York City Mayor Rudy Guliani, Senator John Warner of VA., and pro-homosexual liberal Republican Senator Gordon Smith of Oregon.  Rounding out the host committee was presidential counselor Mary Matalin, former California GOP Chairman John McGraw and former Pres. Reagan speechwriter and California political strategist Ken Khachigian.
     Insight into the broken moral compass of these liberal Republicans, can be summed up by the comments made by California GOP Chairman John McGraw, who stated, "I lent my name to the Host Committee and attended the breakfast because Brian Bennett (a gay California Republican and an organizer of the meeting of gay leaders with Bush) asked me."  McGraw, known as an outspokenly conservative chieftan, added, "Brian is a close friend of mine and, as you know, friendship comes first with me."
     According to the article, Norquist said he signed on with the RUC and attended the breakfast, "because it is a way to bring libertarians together.  I'm certainly not for preferences or special treatment, and neither, I believe, are free-market gays.  They just want to be left alone by government, as most conservatives do!"
      Even more horrific than the Norquist comments were those of anti-christian, former Wyoming Republican Senator Alan Simpson, who is the Honorary Chairman of RUC (http://www.republicanunity.com/cody.html).  Simpson, who is a radical pro-abortion, pro-homosexual Republican, conducted an interview with Human Events via the telephone from his home in Cody, Wyoming.  The former senator stated:
"I don't know if I want to get into this with you -- Human Events can get pretty homophobic," Simpson claimed.  But he then said he felt sympathy for gay Republicans "because they are always getting stereotyped, and I know how that feels.  "I'm always called a 'baby-killer' by folks on the right and it pisses me off.  People who use the word 'baby-killer' must have learned a lot of evil at the breakfast table!"
      Simpson was referring to his pro-abortion stand -- a position he brought up in his remarks at the RUC breakfast. Would Simpson advise his friend George W. Bush to appoint homosexuals to federal offices?
     "I would not have the slightest reluctance to do so," Simpson said.  "If we can forget color as a barrier, we can forget sexual orientation as well."
     Clearly, Simpson and other prominent Republicans intend to eliminate opposition to homosexuality and lesbianism within the Republican Party.  In order for Simpson and his pro-homosexual friends to accomplish this, they would have to push out Christian Conservatives from the party, or manipulate them into compromising their Biblical beliefs.  In 2001, Simpson and homosexual former California Congressman Michael Huffington joined homosexual Charles C. Francis to sign the Cody Statement, a frightening declaration of their intent to reform the national Republican Party into a pro-homosexual one (http://www.republicanunity.com/cody.html).  In simply outrageous, anti-Christian, anti-family terms, the Cody Statement reads:
"Some of us are straight, some of us are gay or lesbian, and some of us think it is nobody's business but our own what we are.  All of us are American -- unique, multi-dimensional, defying any one label, but united  by thee common commitments:
"We are committed to Freedom: we believe everyone should be included in America's proud progression toward full civil equality for all, without regard to sexual orientation.
"We are committed to Family and recognize families form the core of civilized society, whichever of the many loving forms families may take in 21st century America.
"We are committed to a respect for the Faith of the Founders; most of us, although not all of us, worship God or a Higher Being....cognizant of the violence which tears at our country, we band together in common defense against everykind of violence and 'hatred' ."
"These are our commitments.  We will certainly not agree on every issue, and we may vigorously disagree on some issues.  But we are here because we believe sexual orientation should be a non-issue within the Republican Party.
"We pledge to help the Republican Party become a truly "big tent," welcoming all who share its values under its benign unfolding."
     As outrageous as this extremist statement of the pro-homosexual Republican Unity Coalition may appear, perhaps more shocking are the number of prominent Republicans who have agreed to participate in the prospering of this radical anti-family organization.  The RUC Advisory Board (http://www.republicanunity.com/advboard.htm) includes:
President Gerald R. Ford
David Rockefeller
Neil Guiliano, Mayor of Tempe, AZ.
Homosexual AZ Congressman Jim Kolbe
James Ciconni, General Counsel, AT&T
Congresswoman Susan Molinari
      While the Republican Party actively seduces Christians to support the party with the bait of supporting strong pro-life, pro-family rhetoric, there is virtually no push in the Republican dominated Congress, to role back special homosexual rights or abortion.  This has also been clearly seen by the repeated pattern of alleged conservative Republican Presidents who have continuously appointed pro-abortion, pro-homosexual Supreme Court Justices like David Souter and Sandra Day O'Connor, thus assuring that falsified conservative campaign rhetoric will never be translated into real higher court rulings favorable to pro-family, pro-life advocates.
      During the recent 2004 Presidential campaign, President Bush made passing a constitutional amendment to ban gay marriage a primary topic to lure Christians into voting for him.  Since his reelection, there has been absolutely no push for such an amendment.  In a shocking display of disrespect for the millions of Conservative Christians who supported the current congress, a multitude of Republican congress members joined Democratic liberals to pass a special homosexual rights bill, which they secretly added to child safety legislation.
     According to the Detroit Times, former President Ford has always believed in an 'inclusive policy' in welcoming gays and lesbians into the party (www.republicanunity.com/fjruc.htm) which justified his joining the pro-gay RUC to help spread the acceptance of homosexuality in the Republican Party.
     The James Hartline Report has interviewed dozens of Christian activists within the San Diego Republican Party, as well as many church pastors, and Republican Party conservative leaders regarding the push by County Chairman Ron Nehring to force a pro-homosexual agenda into San Diego's Republican fold.  Feelings of severe betrayal, to outright disgust, are beginning to boil over in many conservative circles and a possible boycott of Republican candidates in upcoming elections is being widely discussed. 
     Outrage over the recent Norquist-Nehring-homosexual Log Cabin scandal is not being limited to San Diego, however.  Tony Perkins, Chairman of the national Family Research Council, on Friday, expressed grave concern over the Norquist fundraiser with the homosexual Dallas Log Cabin group (http://www.frc.org/get.cfm?i=WU05J10&f=PG03I03).  In a national press-release, pro-family leader Perkins stated that the Norquist scandal would probably lead to a split between social conservatives and Norquist's tax reform group, which includes San Diego County Chairman Ron Nehring.
     San Diego Republican Chairman Ron Nehring, has himself, attempted to promote homosexuality within the local party in recent months.  In March, Nehring sent two of his party executives to the radical homosexual group, San Diego Log Cabin Republicans to  advocate a willingness to promote gays and lesbians within the party.  Log Cabins, are extemely intolerant of Christian Conservatives and are pushing for the legalization of gay marriage.  Nehring followed up the arranged Log Cabin fiasco, with the intense promotion of radical pro-homosexual San Diego mayoral candidate Steve Francis, who was soundly rejected by Christian Conservative voters in a July primary.
     Nehring, who is also California State party vice chairman, along with state chairman Duf Sundheim, have already endorsed the reelection of Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger.  Since being elected governor, Schwarzenegger, a Republican, has signed eight major bills granting homosexuals and lesbians special rights.  Schwarzenegger, who has also expressed great disrespect for Christians, stated earlier this year, that religion should play no role in politics.  Last year, the governor signed into law, SB1234, which can criminalize Christians for speaking out against homosexuality, if such speech makes the listener "fearful."  Four liberal Republicans, including pro-abortion State Assemblywoman Shirley Horton, joined the majority of Democrats to vote yes on this extemist anti-christian bill.  Additionally, Schwarzenegger signed SB1313 into law, which removes volunteers at Planned Parenthood from mandatory reporting if a young girl comes in for an abortion as the result of rape or incest, thus eliminating the protection of such minors from further sex crimes.
     Although Nehring and Sundheim are intent on promoting the reelection of the liberal, pro-abortion, and pro-homosexual Schwarzenegger, most Christian Concervatives in California are already stating that they will not vote for the "out-of-touch with the mainstream" governor to be reelected.

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A Log Cabin Made of Straw Family Research Council - November 24, 2008

According to a press release from the pro-gay "marriage" group, Log Cabin Republicans, one of the first stops for the newly elected Chairman of the National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC), Congressman Pete Sessions (R-Texas), was the fundraising dinner for the homosexual organization. The release states that Representative Sessions said that the GOP cannot win elections and reach out to voters if it continues to oppose the issues that Log Cabin stands for, presumably including same-sex "marriage." My team sought clarification from Sessions' office and was told he did speak to the Log Cabin group, but that a copy of his remarks was not available. If the Log Cabin portrayal is true, it is disturbing on a number of accounts. One, Sessions' new position as the head of the NRCC is to train and recruit new candidates for the Republican Party. If this is his idea of "campaign advice" then the Republicans better prepare for a longer term in the minority then they faced prior to 1994. Secondly, if the GOP is serious about reaching out to new voters, especially African-Americans and Hispanics, then it should look closely at the exit polls on issues important to families. Both minority groups strongly support traditional family values that embrace life and protect marriage, two things the Republican Party once stood for also. Under these circumstances, pro-family voters should reserve judgment about giving their financial support to either political party.

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