Thursday, April 16, 2015

Eric Miller on the Battle Advance America Must Win: A Constitutional Amendment to Protect Marriage

(Starting at 0:59)  Today we are facing a battle we must win, for our children,  our churches,  and our future

We must protect marriage between one man and one woman,  it's the right thing to do.   If homosexual marriages are legal in Indiana, then children beginning in kindergarten will be taught that homosexuality is normal and acceptable.  If homosexual marriages are legal in Indiana,  then one day pastors will face the threat lawsuit prosecution and even jail if they preach against homosexuality.

Freedom still isn't free.

Please stand with us at this crucial time,  to protect your children and grandchildren, your church, and your future.

We must pass a constitutional amendment to protect marriage.   Too much is at stake to sit on the sidelines.   Churches can join with us without violating their tax-exempt status.   We need your prayers and financial support now as we lead the statewide effort to protect marriage in Indiana.

Remember what Edmund Burke said?   All that is necessary for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing.

May God bless you and your family, and may God bless our effort as we work together for what is right.

Related posts:
Mike Pence praises Eric Miller, Advance American lobbyist who pushed for Indiana's gay marriage ban and Religious Freedom Restoration Act.  (4/6/2015) 
SHOCKER! Scott Walker panders to social conservatives.  (4/5/2015)
Indiana legislature annihilates Advance America's dream of a religious discrimination act.  (4/4/2015)
Rand Paul finds himself in like-minded company.  (4/3/2015) 
Remember Scott Walker right-to-work 'distraction'? Meet his 'have to see' religious freedom restoration act!  (4/1/2015)
Advance America goes hysterical over threat to Indiana's Religious Freedom Restoration Act as signed by Governor Pence.  (4/1/2015)
For Advance America, Indiana's Religious Freedom Restoration Act is 'great news!'  (3/31/2015)

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Freedom still isn't free.

Neither is oppression.