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Today: Hundreds Of Tea Party Evangelicals To Lobby Congress Demanding Replacement DOMA Law

by David Badash on June 13, 2013

in Marriage,News,Politics,Religion

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Today begins the Faith & Freedom Coalition‘s three-day “Road to Majorityconference, designed to bring millions of evangelicals to the polls next year. But hidden away in today’s agenda is a massive lobbying effort including hundreds of Tea Party evangelicals knocking on the doors of their U.S. Senators and Congressmen today, demanding a replacement law for what most expects to be a Supreme Court ruling that DOMA is unconstitutional.

DOMA is the Defense of Marriage Act of 1996 that bans the federal government from recognizing same-sex marriages.

LOOK: Sarah Palin, Rand Paul, Brian Brown Headline Disgraced Evangelical’s ‘Road to Majority’ Conference

The Faith & Freedom Coalition (FFC) is headed by Jack Abramoff buddy and disgraced former Moral Majority leader Ralph Reed.

Claiming “the ‘Teavangelicals’ are back, Christian Broadcasting Network’s David Brody notes:

Immediately following the kick-off luncheon on Thursday, more than five hundred FFC members will hit Capitol Hill for what is being called, “Lobby Day.” They will meet with their Senators and Congressmen to lobby on marriage, immigration and IRS reform. On marriage, the thrust of the conversations will center on pushing lawmakers to start figuring out a replacement for the Defense of Marriage Act, assuming the Supreme Court rules it unconstitutional. Immigration talks will focus on making sure any immigration reform bill is fully anti-amnesty and full of real border security requirements. As for the IRS, FFC members will be lobbying for passage of two bills: The first one has a clever name: It’s called, “Keep the IRS Off Your Health Care Act of 2013″ and is sponsored by Tom Price in the House and John Cornyn in the Senate. It seeks to stop the Internal Revenue Service from putting into place or implementing any requirements of ObamaCare. The second bill is the IRS Anti-Abuse Act, sponsored by Paul Gosar. This legislation would make it a crime to discriminate against organizations and individuals based on their political affiliation or ideology.

As The New Civil Rights Movement reported earlier today, Tea Party GOP Senators Rand Paul and Ted Cruz, along with Sarah Palin and NOM’s Brian Brown are headlining the three-day conference, but the list of confirmed speakers and VIPs is huge:

Rep. Michele Bachmann
Gary Bauer
Rep. Marsha Blackburn
Ken Blackwell
Ambassador John Bolton
Brian Brown
Gov. Jeb Bush
Herman Cain
Dr. Carlos Campo
Rachel Campos-Duffy
Sen. John Cornyn
Sen. Ted Cruz
Carlos Curbelo
Rachel Campos Duffy
Rep. Randy Forbes
John Fund
Tim Goeglein
Rep. Louie Gohmert
Jonah Goldberg
Steve Green
Colleen Holmes
Rusty Humphries
Bishop E.W. Jackson
Sen. Ron Johnson
Jenny Korn
Sen. Mike Lee
Dr. Richard Lee
Rich Lowry
Chris Malagisi
Michael Medved
John Mendez
Emily Miller
Rep. Steve Montenegro
Steve Moore
Dick Morris
Penny Nance
Grover Norquist
Kate Obenshain
Sarah Palin
Sandi Patty
Sen. Rand Paul
Gov. Rick Perry
Rep. Tom Price
Chairman Reince Priebus
John Ratzenberger
Rep. Scott Rigell
Pat Robertson
Rev. Sam Rodriguez
Sen. Marco Rubio
Rep. Paul Ryan
Rep. Mark Sanford
Sen. Rick Santorum
Phyllis Schlafly
Jay Sekulow
Sen. Jeff Sessions
Nicholas Thompson
Donald Trump
Allen West


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labman57 June 13, 2013 at 3:49 pm

And how many of these fine Christian folks are attending at the behest of a church organization that files for tax-exempt status?

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