The following comes from a July 15 release from SaveCalifornia.com.
A leading California pro-family organization says the new trend of pro-homosexuality-bisexuality-transsexuality Republican officials and candidates risks making their political party less attractive to conservative voters.
Last week, San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer, a Republican, hoisted up rainbow flags in the touristy Gaslamp district to symbolize his support for the “LGBT” agenda, which tramples religious freedom and squelches free speech.
And Neel Kashkari, the Republican challenger to incumbent Democrat Gov. Jerry Brown, publicly supports homosexual “marriages” and has criticized Republican Texas Governor Rick Perry for implying that homosexual behavior can be overcome, which it can.
Meanwhile, the Republican National Committee is spending $1.7 million on TV ads for homosexual congressional candidate Carl DeMaio of San Diego, who has consistently voted forand promoted in his ads the LGBT agenda.
“An overwhelming majority of Republicans and conservatives support real marriage between one man and one woman, and oppose the sexual indoctrination of children,” said Randy Thomasson, president of SaveCalifornia.com, which promotes moral virtues for the common good. “When Republican candidates go against family values, will pro-family voters keep or abandon their values?”
“The California Republican Party platform strongly supports marriage between only a man and a woman, and opposes promoting homosexual behavior to children,” Thomasson, a registered independent, observed. “Will this platform be upheld or rejected? Will candidates who reject these time-honored values be supported or opposed? The choice is not so much Democrat versus Republican, but an issue of morality.”