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Wednesday, December 09, 2009

Bringing Leviticus Alive

Sen James Inhofe
US Senate
African Specialist, The Family
133 C St. SE
Washington, DC 20003-1807

Dear Sen. Inhofe,

As The Family's self-described African specialist, you must be heavily involved in fellow Family member David Bahati's effort to make homosexuality a capital crime in Uganda. Certainly, no member would make such a move without The Family's guidance and support. It's all part of what it means to be a part of The Family.

Why do so few Americans know about this important work? Why aren't you and other prominent Family members proudly telling the story of how you're bringing Leviticus alive in Uganda?

Your silence may eventually cause the bill to fail. The gay and their allies are already pressuring Obama and Clinton to intervene. They need to be shown that the American people support a final Biblical solution to the homosexual problem. Who better than The Family, the patriarchs of our emerging theocracy, to deliver that message.

It's time for you and the rest of The Family to put gay execution at the top of the national agenda by sponsoring similar legislation in the House and Senate. Let us fight about important Biblical issues rather than waste time on things like universal health care.

I'm sending you a pebble. Its purpose is to remind you that there's still a lot of work to be done. Keep it with you always. Finger it when you speak out in favor of the Ugandan and American bills. And when the talking's done, let it be the first stone cast.

Heterosexually yours,

Gen. JC Christian, patriot

Taking Action

Below are the names of known members of The Family. Tell them what you think of their work in Uganda by sending your own note and pebble to the C Street house.

Name
133 C St. SE
Washington, DC 20003-1807

Sen. Sam Brownback
Sen. James Inhofe
Sen. Jim DeMint
Sen. Chuck Grassley
Sen. Richard Lugar
Sen. John Ensign
Sen. Tom Coburn
Sen. Mark Pryor
Sen. Bill Nelson
Sen. John Thune
Sen. Mike Enzi

Rep. Joe Pitts
Rep. Todd Tiahrt
Rep. Frank Wolf
Rep. Zach Wamp
Rep. Mike McIntyre
Rep. Bart Stupak
Rep. Michael F. Doyle
Rep. Heath Shuler
Rep. Jerry Moran

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10 comments:

  1. As I understand it, she is no longer a member.

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  2. You left off the most famous member, the one who's exploits brought this club to the public's attention: Governor Mark Sanford. BTW, a legislative committee is to vote on advancing his impeachment today.

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  3. I must ask a more important Family question.

    Which one?

    The C street boys club or the Arlington one?

    Yore engine is hating my c&p - no links but you can easily find both

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  4. How are these people, “The Family,” not terrorists? Really. Imagine a “leftist” organization supporting some sort of persecution-type pogrom in some petty dictatorship somewhere in Africa or South America. They’d be hauled in by the FBI and interrogated in an “enhanced” manner until they confessed, then shipped off to GITMO. Jesus H. Christ.

    Elsewhere, Bruce Springsteen proves what you already knew about him: That he’s probably the most damn decent rock musician who ever lived, is all:

    “Like many of you who live in New Jersey, I’ve been following the progress of the marriage-equality legislation currently being considered in Trenton,” Springsteen wrote on his web page. “I’ve long believed in and have always spoken out for the rights of same sex couples and fully agree with Governor Corzine when he writes that ‘The marriage-equality issue should be recognized for what it truly is -- a civil rights issue that must be approved to assure that every citizen is treated equally under the law.’”

    That’s what I’m talkin’ about.

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  5. I'm a little incensed that this had to even become a gay rights issue.

    With more than thirty years of human rights violations, pogroms, genocide and poverty in Africa it's shameful that the US Congress has taken this long to really get interested.

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  6. General, Sir, I regret to say that I believe you have left off the list a man who is the intellectual driving force behind The Family and similar groups -- Rep. Charles Manson of San Quentin, CA.

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  7. General,
    Simply brilliant!

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  8. Tattlesnake:

    Damn it, I was gonna have exactly that same thought, sometime later today. You plaigarized it right outta my brainpan!

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  9. Here's a follow-up to the story.

    Its a Racheal Maddow interview and story.

    http://www.salon.com/news/opinion/glenn_greenwald/2009/12/09/maddow/index.html

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We'll try dumping haloscan and see how it works.