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More on Harry Jackson's 24 hour anti-equality rave

by Jeremy Hooper

Harry "the gay marriage movement is like Hitler" Jackson has been promoting his upcoming marriage summit all week, but details have been scarce. Here now, some more info on the 24-hour soiree:

May 23, 2012 - May 24, 2012

4:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Beltsville , MD

Draw a Line in the Sand: Marriage Protection Summit
6251 Ammendale Road, Beltsville, MD 20705

It is time for the Church to take strategic action that will protect marriage, our religious liberties and promote the Lord’s values. I am asking a multi-racial leadership team to join me in DC, including African American and Hispanics who are sensing a call to productive engagement.

Joining me at this Summit will be Dr. James Garlow (San Diego CA), Bishop Joseph Mattera (Brooklyn, NY), Aubrey Shines (Tampa,FL), Bishop Eugene Reeves (Woodbridge, VA), Kyle Searcy (Montgomery, AL), Steve Strang(CharismaMedia), Tony Perkins (Family Research Council) among many others.


Bishop Harry R. Jackson

So wait, is it in MD or DC? Because they're not the same thing, despite what Jackson seemed to believe back when he was fighting D.C. marriage (from his MD church home).

No word if Jackson will turn out the 100–300 pastors that he said he hopes to rally against the President. But considering the Family Research Council's big pastor summit is being held at the same time and that Tony Perkins is part of the Jackson shindig, it's likely that there will be crossover, greatly heightening the numbers. The greater question: how many of these folks were planning on voting for President Obama anyway?

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