Well, we are 12 days from either Armageddon or restoration of our country. That is no exaggeration. If the Democrats win, we all lose. If the Republicans win, America can survive and thrive.
Whether we win or lose is up to us and everyone we know, so I beg you to do your part. Register, vote and remind all your friends to do so by simply pressing the share button on your Facebook page.
It is imperative that we understand the dramatic differences in the philosophies of the two parties. I will take a separate plank from the platform of the Republican Party and compare it to the Democratic Party platform every day until the election so that you will be informed and I expect that you will be alarmed.
The following is compiled and explained by the Family Research Council.
On Religious Freedom on Marriage.
The Democrats call to “end discrimination on the basis of…gender, sexual orientation, gender identity,” etc. and they promise to “fight for comprehensive federal non-discrimination protections for all LGBT Americans, to guarantee equal rights in areas such as housing, employment, public accommodations, credit, jury service, education, and federal funding.” Democrats claim that without these special LGBT protections, “a restaurant can refuse to serve a transgender person, and a same-sex couple is at risk of being evicted from their home.” Continuing their undermining of religious freedom, Democrats insist that they only “support a progressive vision of religious freedom that respects pluralism and rejects the misuse of religion to discriminate.”
The Republicans call for the passage of the First Amendment Defense Act, “which will bar government discrimination against individuals and businesses for acting on the belief that marriage is the union of one man and one woman,” and it sides with the rights of florists, photographers, bakers, and especially adoption agencies who do not wish to violate their consciences or religious beliefs by supporting same-sex marriage. Republicans oppose the Democrats’ “effort to undermine religion and drive it from the public square” and “strongly support the freedom of Americans to act in accordance with their religious beliefs, not only in their houses of worship, but also in their everyday lives.” Republicans support “the right of the people to conduct their businesses in accordance with their religious beliefs and condemn public officials who have proposed boycotts against businesses that support traditional marriage.