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Unmet winger needs and September bed buddies

They have the White House, the Hill and two new conservative justices on the high court, but it doesn’t matter. The bible-thumpers are not getting their values needs met. And they are pissed according to Tony Perkins of the Family Research Council.


He is holding a September summit (the “Washington Briefing“) for all the sheeple who can’t seem to find a way to control enough wombs, create enough chastity promise rings, and chase enough homos back into the closet.

As we began preparing for this fall’s Washington Briefing: Values Voter Summit, we asked the question: how do the values voters feel about Congress two years after the election of 2004? As we head into the midterm elections this year, what are the values voters’ thinking about politics and public policy?

To find out, we put a poll in the field and the answer came back: Values voters remain interested in politics, but their expectations remain unmet.


The National Omnibus Riehle-Tarrance Poll surveyed over 1,000 adults last weekend, March 9-12. A sizable percentage — 41 percent of poll respondents — were self described evangelical Christians. These are a major bloc of the values voters.

All meals for the Washington Briefing, in case you feel like attending, are sponsored by Americans United to Preserve Marriage, Focus on the Family Action, American Family Association Action and Alliance Defense Fund.

Preliminary topics include:

* Does Religion have a Prayer in Public Schools
* Larger than Life: How the Abortion Debate Continues to Shape American Politics
* The Preservation of Marriage: Why Children Need It
* Liberal Sisters of Doom: Are They a Thing of the Past?
* Courts Gone Wild: The Rightful Place of Judges in Our Republic
* Left Out: Exposing Liberal Groups
* Hollywood in the Heartland: The Passion v. The Da Vinci Code
* Why Can’t Hollywood ‘Get It’?
* The New Media’s Impact on America’s Political Climate Democracy in Action: Voting at the Polling Booth and With Your Pocketbook
* The Role of the Church in Political Issues

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In our continuing effort to show you that these social control freaks are bed buddies with the GOP with a hotline to Dear Leader and his minions, here’s just a sampling of the speakers and politicians that Tony’s invited to speak and mingle with the Christofascists…


President George W. Bush; Rev. Don Wildmon, Chairman, American Family Association


Senator George Allen, U.S. Senate (R-VA); Gary Bauer, President, American Values; Congressman John Boehner, House Majority Leader (R-OH)


Brent Bozell, Founder and President, Media Research Center; Senator Sam Brownback, U.S. Senate (R-KS); Pat Buchanan, Author and Syndicated Columnist


Dr. James Dobson, Founder and Chairman, Focus on the Family; Senator Bill Frist; Senate Majority Leader (R-TN); Sean Hannity, Author and Radio Talk Show Host


Senator (Holy F*cking) Joe Lieberman, U.S. Senate, (D-CT); Michelle Malkin, Syndicated Columnist; Author


Senator John McCain, U.S. Senate (R-AZ); Senator Rick Santorum (R-PA); Michael Steele, Lt. Governor, Maryland; Congressman Tom Tancredo, U.S. House of Representatives (R-CO)

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