The American Family Foundation is at it again in its efforts to SCARE Americans from voting for Barack Obama. They continue to drive wedges between faith based Americans in order to financially gain both monitarily and politically. They spew lies and venom and then attempt to hide under 'religion' or 'Christian' terms. They are truly wolves in sheep's clothing. This is their latest campaign.
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October 8, 2008
The upcoming election is the most critical election in the history of our nation. The very future of our nation’s foundation is at stake. Every person will be affected. If the liberals win, then our foundation will no longer be based on the traditional Judeo-Christian morality. It will gradually but assuredly be based on an ever shifting, ever moving foundation. If the liberals win, the damage can’t be stopped with elections two, four or forty years from now. America will forever be changed. We will keep seeing a gradual and growing hostility toward people of faith, especially Christians. The morals of our nation will continue to decline. Our children and grandchildren will pay the price.
In case you may think I’m a "the sky is falling" type of person, you should know: When it comes to predictions, I am a very reserved person. But not on this one. I cannot overstate the damage a liberal victory will do to our country. The upcoming election is the most important in the history of our nation. Yes, if the liberals win you will lose some of your religious freedoms and free speech rights. Churches and pastors will not be exempt. You will not be allowed to say certain things about a particular group. Every item of the homosexual agenda will be approved. All the laws protecting the unborn will be wiped away.
I cannot overemphasize the importance of the Nov. 4 election. That is why I urge you to vote and encourage your family members, friends, Sunday School class and church members to vote. America’s future – the future of your children and grandchildren – is at stake.
Donald E. Wildmon,
Founder and Chairman
American Family Association
I had to respond:
This is a copy of the following message I sent to AFA Foundation.
As a born again Christian, retired minister and Vietnam vet, with a son currently serving in the military, I am disappointed in the fear mongering, distorted email you sent, scaring people in to following a religious right organization's position on this election. I assure you that you do not reflect my Christian values. It is shameful how AFA continues to separate and drive wedges between Christian men and women and all Americans inspite of their religious or non-religious views, in order to further your own cause and generate financial gain.
You sir, do not reflect Christ's great commission.
Should anyone be outraged enough to contact them, their email addres is:
American Family Foundation
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