FOCUS ON THE FAMILY Needs Evangelicals’ Money – Don’t Give It To Them!

What’s particularly hypocritical in the case of Focus on the Family is that the group is violating its own motto “Helping Families Thrive”. Illegal immigration (and legal immigration for that matter) hurt American families. Mass immigration raises American’s taxes, increases crime, lowers wages and helps the Democratic Party gain hegemony.

American Christians risk a pile of propaganda from the pulpit this Sunday. President Obama’s clearly impeachable extension of his administrative amnesty, to illegals who would have been covered by the DREAM Act amnesty that Congress has repeatedly refused to pass, has the support, not merely of much (if not all) of the political class, but also of Big Religion. Here is Peter Brimelow on his Episcopalian Church. Here’s a scathing indictment of the Catholic Bishops’ hypocritical just-issued statement of support for Obama.

As an evangelical Christian myself, I’m particularly interested in the evangelical family organization Focus on the Family. According to the group’s own website,

Focus on the Family is a global Christian ministry dedicated to helping families thrive. We provide help and resources for couples to build healthy marriages that reflect God’s design, and for parents to raise their children according to morals and values grounded in biblical principles. [About Focus on the Family]

But Focus on the Family has just betrayed its contributors, betrayed families and betrayed its own principles by, for the first time, supporting amnesty.


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