GOP Candidates Panel Event
Allowing the GOP's Message Space for FAITH
We are proud to announce the invitation of the GOP field to Wichita Falls, Texas, to participate in a People's Panel Event.
Our event is planned to occur in the January or February time frame. With this innovation, we will revolutionize how the GOP candidate's message gets across to the American Moral and Religious population centers.
Wichita Falls, Texas, is a two-hour drive from the Dallas/Fort Worth Airport, or a half-hour flight from that same departure point.
This event, the first of many such events to take place around the nation, will be the first time in this campaign season that the GOP candidates will have had an opportunity to address questions put to them by the American religious center.
For instance - Why do we even entertain discussions about "sharing the wealth", when that concept of taking from others and coveting what is theirs is a breaking of the 9th and 10th commandment of God, given us to lead us from slavery?
Or, how can we reconcile ourselves to supporting cultures or peoples through U.S. Aid, while their religion or cultural morality is at odds with the Christian beliefs of most Americans, or those of the Torah (Old Testament)? How will our candidates speak to the Christianity of our Founding Fathers, and how will they combat the smothering cloak of secularism and Godlessness that parallel our nation's descent into political and social unrest?
These kinds of questions are off-limits to main stream journalists. They skew, and slant and even bully candidates well nigh into obscurity. A recently released email from a CBS executive proved beyond a doubt that Michele Bachmann, for one, was to be corralled off into a corner of a recent debate and not be permitted a fair share of questions or the camera. On NBC's Jimmy Fallon show, Monday, November 21, she entered the dais while the house band played "Lyin' Ass Bitch." On Fox News, July 27th, Chris Wallace bushwhacked her with the question of whether she knows people call her a "flake." She received apologies for both of these affronts, but these punk tactics leave an impression upon viewers, an impression that sometimes proves indelible.
We have asked ourselves in the wake of these incidents, "Who are these people, that would treat women so disrespectfully?" Does our faith have answers for us?
Yes, our Judeo-Christian faith does. From the New Testament 2 Corinthians, 6:14. We are told, "Do not be unequally yoked with unbelievers. For what partnership has righteousness with lawlessness? Or what fellowship has light with darkness?"
And from the Old Testament and the Torah, what greater laws have we than the freedom pact God made with captive Israel to free them from the slavery of the Pharoahs? Those simple 10 Commandments were to keep us free. When we don't keep them, is it no wonder that we pine now for lost libety?
We offer a moral, fair, and Christian alternative to the babble and drivel of the main stream media and entertainment industry. The American Christian community, by far the largest sector of the American viewing public, deserves better. We know that the constant impugning and lambasting of our faith by putative Christians such as Nancy Pelosi, who thinks Christians suffer from a "conscience thing" runs against our grain and distracts America from our concerns.
We will ask the faith-based and morality questions most Americans want to hear answers to. Our format will not promote an internecine, "last-man-standing" idea of political "mutual assured destruction" of the candidates. Instead, we want to know how these fine Americans will answer questions and solve the problems of state. We will judge them by their acumen, and not prejudge them through questions that lead them away from what Americans want to know.
We believe it crucial for our candidates to be able to answer questions like these, for one of them will become the President of the United States.