[GCFL-discuss] Roy Moore's true colors?
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Wed Nov 10 00:12:16 CST 2004
Siarlys, something's got to be VERY wrong with this. Christians would not
be for Segregation. I know zero Christians around the world that support
Segregation. Every Christian I know hates it with a passion. Have you
checked this against Snopes? I just did and it doesn't look like they've
adressed this yet... I'm not finding anything. But I could never imagine
true Christians supporting segregation (these days).
John 8:32 "You will know the Truth and the Truth will set you free."
On Tue, 9 Nov 2004 20:20:51 -0600 gcfl-discuss at gcfl.net writes:
> I just received the news report below. I do not have confirmation
> any other sources yet. Can anyone add useful information on what is,
> is not, going on? I have always suspected that there were people
> with a
> KKK agenda masquerading under the "Christian conservative" banner
> because it is the only respectable position they can swallow. I
> there will be many Bible-believing Christians who will offer a
> position, but if Roy Moore and the Christian Coalition were indeed
> the active position described here, it speaks volumes about both.
> Alabama Votes for Segregation. As a child I was appalled by
> the Deep South that showed segregated schools, water fountains and
> public facilities. It shocked me into a life of political awareness
> activism. I thought that those days were behind us, but it appears
> Alabama's voters seem to long for those good old days of keeping
> whites separate and unequal. On Tuesday, Alabama's voters voted
> Amendment 2 by 2,500 votes. Amendment 2 was supposed to clean up
> constitution by eliminating segregationist provisions that
> separate-but-equal segregated schools, authorized unconstitutional
> taxes to bar blacks from voting, and giving the state the power to
> funding to any integrated schools. Here's the language that was on
> "Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of Alabama of 1901, to
> portions of Section 256 and Amendment 111 relating to separation of
> by race and repeal portions of Amendment 111 concerning
> construction against the right to education, and to repeal Section
> Amendment 90, and Amendment 109 relating to the poll tax. (Read
> Act 2003-203)"
> The main opponent of removing the segregationist language was
> Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore and the Christian Coalition of
> Alabama. Moore is known as the Ten Commandments Judge for
> the Ten Commandments in his chambers and in the Supreme Court
> is gearing up to run for governor as the Constitution Party
> candidate in
> 2006. The Christian Coalition distributed anti-Amendment 2 flyers
> churches across the state.
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