Friday, May 2, 2008

Political ad I'd like to see

Posted By on Fri, May 2, 2008 at 1:31 PM

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[voiceover:]

John McCain says he was "very honored by Pastor Hagee's endorsement" even though Hagee is a confirmed hatemonger.

[videos of Hagee:]

"Only a Spirit-filled woman can submit to her husband's lead. It is the natural desire of a woman to lead through feminine manipulation of the man."

"Fallen women will try to dominate a marriage. The man has the God-given role to be the loving leader of the home."

"I believe that Hurricane Katrina was, in fact, the judgment of God against the city of New Orleans ... I believe that New Orleans had a level of sin that was offensive to God, and ... the Bible teaches that when you violate the law of God, God brings punishment."

"It is impossible to call yourself a Christian and defend homosexuality."

"[Gay marriage] will open the door to incest, to polygamy, and every conceivable marriage arrangement demented minds can possibly conceive."

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[voiceover:]

John McCain has called Rev. Rod Parsley "a spiritual adviser," even though Parsley equates Planned Parenthood with the Ku Klux Klan and claims the U.S. government is in cahoots with the family planning group to bring about "black genocide." Parsley also routinely spouts things like this . . .

[videos of Parsley:]

"The fact is that America was founded, in part, with the intention of seeing this false religion (Islam) destroyed."

"Gay sexuality inevitably involves brutal physical abusiveness."

"Only 1 percent of the homosexual population in America will die of old age."

[Photos of Pat McCrory and Fred Smith]

[voiceover:]

Republican gubernatorial candidates Pat McCrory and Fred Smith support John McCain's bid for the presidency. Do they want to see bigots like Hagee and Parsley strutting around the White House as spiritual advisors? Call McCrory and Smith and ask them why they support someone with such extremist supporters. McCrory and Smith: TOO EXTREME for the good people of North Carolina.

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