Saturday, June 27, 2015

Democratic Party Conundrum: Selma or San Francisco?

Same-sex marriage is here to stay!  The debate is over!  The Supreme Court has ruled!  Get over it!  That is what we are being told by liberals.  But the debate is far from over and millions of Americans will not accept this ruling.

Democrats have an unexpected problem.  How can they reconcile gay money with black votes? 

"If they rule for same-sex marriage, then we're going to do the same thing we did for the civil rights movement," said Rev. Bill Owens, president and founder of CAAP. "We will not obey an unjust law."

"The politicians and courts have tried to take God out of this country," continued Owens. "This country was founded on Godly principles. We will not stand back."

Rev. David Welch, president of the Pastor's Council in Houston, Texas, spoke out at the conference explaining the lengths people of faith might go to resist gay marriage.

"God created marriage between a man and woman and no Supreme Court jurisdiction can define this," said Welch. "We stand clearly saying we will acknowledge God's law no matter what the cost, no matter what the price. If they want to fill jails with pastors across the nation of every color, denomination and every size who will stand for the laws of God and His truths."

Selma or San Francisco?  What street will Democrats march down on?


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