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Tuesday, August 25, 2009

Promises, Smromises AFA and OMM have Moral Authority to Lie

Mr. Pat Vaughn, from the American Family Association, which is the parent company of One Million Moms, the people who stole Wifester's Pride photo and then used it in their hate campaign against Home Depot and against Gay Pride events nationwide, spoke to Wifester on the phone on Friday evening, promising to remove her photo from their website immediately. He said if it was not down by Friday evening, it would be down first thing Monday.
I don't know about you, Mr. Vaughn, but my calendar says that today is Tuesday, and I still see my Wifester's photo on your wretched, hate spewing site.

I think it is funny that this person with the AFA would lie and deceive, when their web site says that their Purpose is
"... to motivate and equip citizens to reform our culture to reflect Biblical truth on which it was founded. We believe that God has communicated absolute truth to man through nature and the Bible, and that all men everywhere and at all times are subject to His authority. Therefore, a culture based on Biblical truth best serves the well-being of our country as evidenced by the vision of our forefathers as set forth in the Declaration of Independence."

Isn't part of Biblical truth being good to your word, not telling lies, and not stealing?
hmmmm looks to me like someone needs to take a closer look at themselves before they start condemming others.

3 cookies cracked:

Jay said...

You mean a person who spends all of his time telling everyone what a perfect Christian he is, turns out to be a liar? I'm shocked! Shocked I tell you!

These people are such fakes. I can't believe there are so many people who can't see through them. It's disgusting.

Fortune Cookies said...

Jay - according to their numbers, they have over two million online supporters and approximately 180,000 paid subscribers to the AFA Journal. That's a lot of wool being pulled over a LOT of eyes.

Stacey said...

I don't see the photo, you might want to clear your cookies and refresh your browser.

Nevertheless, your point is valid. This is a HUGE organization of hate, and only the tip of the iceberg when it comes to fundamentalist Xtians who put pressure on large companies to continue discriminatory practices.

It should be a siren call for all of us who believe in equality to speak out when we see hate being supported or praised.

Thanks for providing this information.