Tuesday, December 20, 2005

Moore's wife seeks donations in letter

The Birmingham News

The wife of Republican candidate for governor Roy Moore is asking supporters for a Christmas campaign gift to help her husband become a "national spokesperson for Christian conservatism."

In the letter, Kayla Moore suggested the American Civil Liberties Union and Americans United for Separation of Church and State "will stop at nothing to keep Roy Moore out of the Governor's office in Alabama!"

"In short, they want to continue to promote homosexual marriages, maintain abortion on demand and remove Christ from Christmas," Kayla Moore wrote. "They FEAR nothing more than the emergence of a powerful national spokesperson for Christian conservatism.

"And make no mistake: If elected governor of Alabama, my husband will be that spokesman!" she wrote. "But again, he can't get there alone which is why I am hoping you and thousands of other Christian conservatives will join with my husband in his campaign for governor."

Here is an hour-long video of Roy Moore at the VFW in Wetumpka, AL on dec. 13, 2005.

He spent half the night quibbling about replacing Christmas with Holiday....As if there aren't more important things to worry about in Alabama.

While he and I share some of the same ideas for small government and privatizing education, our similarities end there.

Moore states in this video that he is not fair and cannot be fair when it comes to other peoples faiths and beliefs.

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