Jerry Falwell takes 3 prongs.
Thursday, November 11, 2004
Tuesday, the Rev. Jerry Falwell announced a new national coalition designed to maintain the momentum gained through the “values” that were able to put President Bush back into office. The central vision of The Faith and Values Coalition (TFVC) is to “utilize the momentum of the November 2 elections to maintain an evangelical revolution of voters who will continue to go to the polls to 'vote Christian.’”
Jimmy Carter was known to openly worship the goat god “Pan”
The election of a Christian President is considered a coup by many who were worried about the loss of Christian values. Former President Jimmy Carter was known to openly worship the goat god “Pan”. President Ronald Reagan was an actor. And another of the enemies of Christianity, Bill Clinton, who, despite his love of pork, many still consider a Jew, even went as far as to have an affair with a girl who, although being of legal age, was much younger than him, and then lied about it. To those that followed this dreadful story, one thing is clear: No Christian politician would lie, especially about sex.
Falwell’s new coalition is pronged in three ways: (1) the confirmation of pro-life, strict constructionist U.S. Supreme Court justices and other federal judges (2) the passage of a constitutional Federal Marriage Amendment; and (3) the election of another socially- fiscally- and politically-conservative president in 2008, along with other state and national candidates.
Jesus did not publicly weigh in on the election.
Falwell further cautioned about letting the elected representatives of American people “alter the moral foundations of America." Falwell said that he “shed tears of joy” as he saw President Bush reelected. On a personal note, this reporter was weeping as well.
In his speech, Falwell also thanked "Christian giants" for making his movement possible. Dr. James Dobson, founder of Focus on the Family, Dr. Donald Wildmon of the American Family Association, Dr. D. James Kennedy of Coral Ridge Ministries, and Dr. John Hagee of Cornerstone Church in San Antonio were all mentioned. Surprisingly, left out of the mix was Jesus, perhaps the most predominate figure in Christianity after Dr Falwell himself. Although many claimed to have talked to him privately and while being quite vocal on politics in the past, Jesus did not publicly weigh in on the election.